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Griff Witte and Michael Birnbaum
Officials in control of the funds that have kept Greece afloat gave no immediate indication they would rush to make a bailout deal even with Greece’s banks still closed and teetering near insolvency.
Yanis Varoufakis’s resignation might appease European officials, but his blog post announcing the move sounded like a war cry against Greece’s creditors.
Peter Hermann and Keith L. Alexander
Jasper Spires, 18, is charged in the stabbing of Kevin Sutherland.
Lloyd scored three goals in16 minutes for the U.S. team. (AP)
Michael E. Miller
The midfielder who powered her team to victory encapsulates U.S. soccer: athletic but sometimes artless, disciplined but also prone to breakdowns, capable of greatness but often coming up short.
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Burt's Bees soap wrapper. (AP)
Justin Wm. Moyer
He missed out on the millions. “But I got the land, and land is everything.”
Lindsey Bever and Justin Wm. Moyer
Some race fans called it “political correctness” and rejected offers to replace the banners with U.S. flags.
Tonette Walker endured poverty and familial loss early in her life. Now she’s eyeing the White House.
Things got scary for a few hours on July 4, but the New Horizons spacecraft is back to normal now.
Republicans are pledging to roll back the entire Obama agenda.
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"The fear factor is justified," Albert Ellison says. (Post)
Bastrop residents fear a military exercise will be used to spy on them, confiscate their guns and establish martial law — and they blame President Obama.
Neuroscientists say altering aspects of your environment can trigger better out-of-the-box thinking.
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Philip Rucker and Dan Balz
GOP race in the key state is unlike any in modern era, but the Clinton-Sanders duel is utterly familiar.
An American cultural export gives voice to the angry and frustrated, and that’s its appeal in Brazil.
“This has got to stop,” Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy said of gun proliferation in the city.
Daniel W. Drezner
Spoiler alert: The United States is not Greece.
Ian Livingston and Kevin Ambrose
WEATHER GANG | The air was stagnant and moist, and little wind was available to clear the skies between bomb bursts.
NATIONALS JOURNAL | The Nationals’ right-hander hits another speed bump, shut down for at least two weeks by a strained left oblique.
In the Grateful Dead’s farewell, there was hardly a mention of the guy who wrote and sang some of its best.
Set on an island off the coast of Scotland, an atmospheric tale asks not only whodunit, but who is it?
Site moderators blacked out popular sections of the site last week after a well-liked Reddit employee was let go.
WONKBLOG | The stubborn persistence of city poverty and suburban wealth.
FEDERAL EYE | Authorities hope to minimize delays by jumpstarting the process with hard copy questionnaires.
Solar tubes to bring in natural light, pocket doors and electric outlets under the cabinets instead of in your backsplash pattern are some of the latest design ideas.
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