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A federal judicial panel denied a request to lift an injunction on the president’s expanded deferred-deportation program for illegal immigrants, throwing into doubt whether the program will begin before the president leaves office.
Lisa Rein and Jonnelle Marte
Considered likely to be sophisticated criminals, the hackers downloaded several years’ worth of tax returns and other information on file with the IRS.
Dan Yoichi works from a hammock in Kamiyama. (N. Hayashi for The Post)
To combat declining populations, some rural Japanese towns are trying to convince young people weary of big-city life to trade in skyscrapers and noise pollution for cedar trees and singing birds.
The Post’s Alexandra Petri says the Josh Duggar allegations are about more than just hypocrisy.
Karen Brooks Harper and Mark Berman
Punishing storms left at least 10 dead in Texas and Oklahoma, and forced thousands from their homes.
The White House now has a digital-engagement staff outnumbering the last president’s entire press office.
China says it does not want confrontation but condemns U.S. "meddling" in the South China Sea.
Jason Amerine raised concerns to Congress about how the United States recovers hostages.
Jason Rezaian, The Post’s Tehran bureau chief, has been kept in detention for 10 months.
His hopes for the Republican nomination now seem to be headed south.
The United States must hold firm against the Asian giant’s buildup in the Spratly Islands.
Obituaries say they “maintained an unusually close bond for each other and for those less fortunate.”
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Rick Santorum, in his own words
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How to keep your child safe in the water
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With his “will to fight” comments, Ashton Carter is just the latest of the president’s Pentagon chiefs to cause him headaches.
The attack in Afghanistan may have been aimed at a small hotel frequented by foreigners.
The body of Vincent Viafore was recovered on the Hudson River over the weekend.
Make these slides the last ones you ever read.
Federal transit officials have yet to decide whether Metro can replace older subway cars with new ones.
Harper hits his 17th homer, but a baserunning mistake and defensive lapse in ninth prove costly.
Open Minded is for “monogamish” users. That’s a growing segment of the population, adherents will tell you.
A brainy, madcap novel from Aleksandar Hemon.
WiFi calling and streaming video are two of the products Charter’s chief executive says the future might hold.
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Two older homes were renovated into four condos each, but each structure also hides a new, four-unit building.
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