Gunman in Texas was convicted in ’10 terror probe

Investigators searched Elton Simpson’s Phoenix apartment after, authorities said, he and his roommate, Nadir Soofi, opened fire at an event featuring cartoons of the Islamic prophet Muhammad.

Anti-American sentiment is going out of style in Pakistan

After years of tension, Pakistanis have started looking closer to home for causes of, and answers to, their country’s woes.

A newly built skyscraper in New York City. (Yana Paskova for The Post)

In the shadows of booming cities, a tension between light and prosperity

WONKBLOG | Ever-taller residences are literally darkening New York’s streets and creating a stark reminder that new urban growth can come at the expense of those already living there.

    Obama picks Marine general as next chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff

    Obama picks Marine general as next chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff

    Joseph Dunford Jr., known for his experience in Iraq and Afghanistan, would replace Gen. Dempsey.

    Fox News erroneously reports that police in Baltimore shot man

    Fox News erroneously reports that police in Baltimore shot man

    For a brief period Monday afternoon, the cable news network created unease, then retracted the story.

    Election will determine the direction of Britain’s fractured political system

    Election will determine the direction of Britain’s fractured political system

    The two-party system that dominated the 20th century has collapsed, and no one knows what will replace it.

    For Carson and Fiorina, the trick will be going from spoiler to contender

    For Carson and Fiorina, the trick will be going from spoiler to contender

    They will be powerful new voices in the race, articulating much of the GOP’s frustrations with Clinton.

    David Goldberg died from injuries suffered when he fell off treadmill

    David Goldberg died from injuries suffered when he fell off treadmill

    The SurveyMonkey CEO and husband of Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg was on vacation.

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    Pass the salt, please. It’s good for you.

    Pass the salt, please. It’s good for you.

    Health experts tell us to cut back on it, but there are evolutionary reasons why we want, and need, the mineral.

    The science behind the best
    (and healthiest) guacamole

    The science behind the best <br> (and healthiest) guacamole

    How to get the most cancer-fighting antioxidants from your avocados — and keep them from turning brown.

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    In a changing D.C., Martha’s Table plans a $20 million move to Southeast

    In a changing D.C., Martha’s Table plans a $20 million move to Southeast

    The charity’s headquarters will move from the gentrifying 14th Street corridor to a poorer part of the city.

    Sports

    McCloughan, proud of first Redskins draft, says aim was to build team’s core

    McCloughan, proud of first Redskins draft, says aim was to build team’s core

    Washington’s new GM is pleased with 10 rookies, led by Brandon Scherff, a top pick “you can build around.”

    Technology

    Comcast is officially an Internet company, and its timing is awful

    Comcast says its subscribers for high-speed Internet have surpassed cable television customers for the first time.

    Business

    In wake of Baltimore riots, Obama’s plan for urban areas under scrutiny

    In wake of Baltimore riots, Obama’s plan for urban areas under scrutiny

    The president’s early ambitions for American cities have not been realized, despite enormous efforts.

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