Questions mount over Clinton’s use of e-mail

The former secretary of state says she wants the public to see her e-mails, but some Democrats are worried the controversy could damage her strength as a presidential candidate.

N. Korea: Knife attack on U.S. envoy was ‘deserved punishment’

Mark Lippert, ambassador to S. Korea, received 80 stitches after an attack the North called a “knife shower of justice.”

(Jonathon Rosen for The Post)

How a misspelling in a text or e-mail might lead investigators to a killer

Textual sleuths find clues in word choice, spelling, punctuation and character sequences, but as they enter the legal world, the science remains uncertain and the scrutiny intense.

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    Boston Marathon bombing survivor Rebekah Gregory. (Reuters)

    Boston Marathon bombing survivor Rebekah Gregory. (Reuters)

    'Not afraid anymore,' Boston bomb survivor tells man who maimed her

    After facing him in court, she wrote him an open letter.

    Snow begins to blanket D.C. region, with between 4-10 inches on the way

    Snow begins to blanket D.C. region, with between 4-10 inches on the way

    WEATHER GANG | Accumulations of 4-7 inches are likely downtown and 5-10 inches to the north and west.

    Surge in online tax scams raises questions about TurboTax

    Surge in online tax scams raises questions about TurboTax

    “Suspicious” returns spike amid discussions about who is responsible for fixing the problem.

    King Salman awards prize to scholar who says 9/11 was an ‘inside job’

    King Salman awards prize to scholar who says 9/11 was an ‘inside job’

    The award came before a meeting the new king of Saudi Arabia had with Secretary of State John Kerry.

    Bloc of far-right House conservatives proving to be thorn in Boehner’s side

    Bloc of far-right House conservatives proving to be thorn in Boehner’s side

    The Freedom Caucus, unwilling to give an inch in opposing Obama, is poised to bring Congress to a halt.

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    Texan Will Hurd defies the odds for House Republicans. Can he last?

    Texan Will Hurd defies the odds for House Republicans. Can he last?

    He’s one of two African-Americans in the GOP caucus, and nearly 70 percent of his constituents are Latino, and given their problems trying to attract minority voters, national Republicans have made Hurd’s success a priority for 2016 and beyond. 

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    Is China’s 1929 moment coming?

    WONKBLOG | Even though China’s economy is still growing more than 7 percent, its debt bubble is looking rather ominous.

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