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Amid the worst violence in Tripoli since the ouster of Moammar Gaddafi, France evacuated its embassy just days after the departure of U.S. diplomats, and Britain has removed all but essential personnel.
Matt Zapotosky, Rosalind S. Helderman and Laura Vozzella
Jonnie Williams testified that the former Va. first lady offered to help his company, with her husband’s blessing, for $65,000.
A view from Israel toward the Gaza Strip, where conflict rages. (Getty)
Some large families decided to split up to lessen the risk all might be killed. The Balatas stayed together. Eleven have died.
Post correspondent Jason Rezaian and his wife Yeganeh Salehi are being held by Iran’s government.
Paul Kane and Zachary A. Goldfarb
The party-line vote illustrates the polarized climate on Capitol Hill ahead of the November elections.
Ed O’Keefe and Robert Costa
A defeat of the border legislation would deliver another embarassing blow to the House speaker.
Ylan Q. Mui
GDP grew at rate of 4 percent in the spring, providing evidence that the recovery is finally turning a corner.
Researchers say they have found a genetic indicator linked to having a greater chance of suicidal thoughts.
Veterans and their supporters denounce the ex-Minn. Governor, who this week was awarded $1.8M.
House has pressing issue on last day before summer break: trying to impeach President Obama.
The West should be ready for the Russian leader to act even more aggressively.
POSTEVERYTHING | A Cook Political Report analyst calls Lenar Whitney of Louisiana “fact-averse.”
Obama to Congress: 'Stop being mad all the time'
At least 15 killed after Israeli shelling of U.N. school in Gaza
Sierra Leone's top Ebola doctor dies from the virus
Economy boosted by 2nd quarter growth
Broken water main floods UCLA
At least 20 chikungunya cases in New Jersey
Britain testing driverless cars on roads
Teen boys rescued from Calif. beach cliff
Ribs are on Obama in Kansas City
Argentina continues debt talks to avoid default
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Loose federal disclosure rules leave much room for interpretation.
A court said some women use anti-dowry laws meant to protect them as a weapon against their husbands.
The county board will shutter the site that divided residents several years earlier than its owner wanted.
James David Lee
What it’s like to become one of the vilified gentrifiers in my own city.
CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | After “Sharknado” captivated pop culture with sharksnark, SyFy is trying again.
The group challenging the disposal plan contends that the institution is financially healthier than portrayed.
Nancy Simmons Starrs
Check with management companies on their policies and consider renting a single-family house.
Washington’s Tanner Roark continued his remarkable season with seven stout innings.
The letter also offers a broader signal about the FCC’s thinking on net neutrality.
WONKBLOG | Banks, facing competition from Wal-Mart and others, have begun to soften their overdraft policies.
FEDERAL EYE | The department proposed disciplinary actions for six of its medical employees, including the directors of the Rocky Mountain network and the Cheyenne, Wyo., VA clinic.
Q&A TRANSCRIPT | Freedom to Marry’s Evan Wolfson joined columnist Steven Petrow to take questions.
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