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Paul Kane, Mike DeBonis and Mark Berman
The longest-serving Republican speaker in the history of the U.S. House faces charges that he violated banking laws in a bid to pay $3.5 million to an unnamed individual to cover up “past misconduct.”
Will Hobson and Sari Horwitz
Chuck Blazer wore a wire for investigators.
The shoreline of California's Salton Sea. (Bonnie Jo Mount/Post)
Todd C. Frankel
The Salton Sea, once a playground for Hollywood stars in the 1950s and ’60s, needs more water — but so does just about every other place in the state amid an epic drought.
The former N.Y. governor is throwing his hat in the 2016 ring. Here are his thoughts on key issues.
Lenny Bernstein and Brady Dennis
Immune therapies are showing unimaginable progress, but experts warn the drugs don’t work for all.
Some Iowa Republicans, fed up with the spectacle in 2011, have worked to cripple it or at least tone it down.
Frances Stead Sellers
There are medical benefits to simply being outdoors, he says, so he’s built a database of green spaces.
For the second consecutive year, two spellers at the National Spelling Bee duked it out to a tie.
The CIA needs to get its act together.
The Obama administration must quickly step up its weapons support to embattled Iraqis.
REVIEW | The director misses the point in his latest rom-com, starring Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone.
The text that can crash your iPhone
The funniest lines from 2015 commencement speeches
George Pataki, in his own words
Do Republicans have a Duggar problem?
Why I like to S-P-E-L-L
Rick Santorum, in his own words
Jason Rezaian's brother: 'We know that Jason is innocent'
How the Duggars' cult of purity lets victims down
All the presidents' media: White House messaging through the years
Exchanging vows while battling ALS
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The diverse early nominating state is a testing ground for his self-portrait as a new kind of Republican.
The Bethesda lawyer’s Punjabi roots could help repair the United States’ ties with his parents’ native country.
Lena H. Sun
New federal report highlights chronic-disease risks and daily life struggles for people with serious mental health problems.
Susan H. Greenberg
Honor codes stifle collaboration and encourage cheating.
Because of corrosion, officials will close 2 lanes for up to 9 months. Most buses face an indefinite ban.
Nationals bedrock switched corners of diamond, but performance has remained steady.
A radio consultant has caused a firestorm by saying that too many female artists is bad for ratings.
Inspired by a Twitter account, “An Act of God” opens on Broadway, with Parsons as the Almighty.
At its developers conference, Google shows off a new version of Android and a rival to Apple Pay
The sports giant risks losing the loyalty of soccer fans it has spent years developing.
FEDERAL EYE | The stalemate will not affect mail service, and labor leaders are mostly mum on the prohibition of weed use.
Sales are soaring as declining prices mean deals can be had and empty nesters flood into the market.
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