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Sandhya Somashekhar and Mark Berman
GOP lawmakers promised to amend a religious freedom bill that critics have labeled as anti-gay, bowing to protests that have rapidly spread to several other states considering similar measures.
Scott Clement and Peyton M. Craighill
According to a new Post-ABC poll, 59 percent of Americans support a deal but they aren’t confident it will prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons.
The scene of the shooting that left one dead. (Washington Post staff/AP)
Peter Hermann, Sari Horwitz and Ellen Nakashima
What first looked like an attempt to breach security now appears to have been a wrong turn by two men who police believe stole a vehicle and perhaps didn’t stop because they had drugs inside.
The Post’s Sarah Pulliam Bailey explains the controversial religious freedom law in Indiana.
Michael Birnbaum and Anthony Faiola
Privacy laws may have prevented doctors from circulating concerns about Andreas Lubitz more widely.
Ali al-Mujahed and Hugh Naylor
The Saudi-led coalition did not confirm that it hit the camp as part of attacks on the Houthi insurgents.
Reporters often encounter closed doors when seeking data and interviews from the administration.
Stymied by employers wary of her record, Shari L. Thomas wonders: “When is enough enough?”
GET THERE | The dicey move jeopardizes their financial future, but it has drawn government attention.
Why the U.S. envies Lee Kuan Yew’s achievements in Singapore.
The state makes discriminating against LGBT people even easier.
WONKBLOG | A hotel worker quoted about a 25-cent-an-hour raise was fired when the story came out.
The HBO documentary described the long history between celebrities and the controversial religion.
Drawing as an act of defiance
3 myths about spending time with your kids
Meet Trevor Noah, the new 'Daily Show' host
Beyond Ebola: Building a family of strangers
Late-night laughs: Ted Cruz 2016 edition
Harry Reid through the years
Hundreds line up for marijuana seeds
Date Lab: Devron and Camila
Can Ryan Zimmerman deliver on first?
What are the Capitals' playoff priorities?
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Potential opponents, including Sens. Patty Murray and Richard Durbin, have endorsed Schumer for the role.
“He speaks about the problems in the Middle East as though Russia is not influencing these problems,” Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister says of Vladimir Putin.
Ashley Halsey III
Distracted-driving awareness month brings a slew of surveys and polls with some surprising results.
How our obsession with the perpetrator hurts the victims.
A Montgomery County judge also told Daniel Cleaves, 28, that he can no longer have unprotected sex.
The action gives residents a look at rules that could govern one of DC’s most controversial building practices.
TV REVIEWS | Plus: Fox’s “Weird Loners,” a strangely sweet comedy about four very single people.
The postponement on whether to extend landmark status to the interior could let outside influences creep in.
The telco’s app could rely largely on advertising for revenue, making it much cheaper than its rivals.
WONKBLOG | New data from AARP shows that older workers stay unemployed longer, and their new jobs pay less.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
IN THE LOOP | The fears of the merely wealthy, eager for postings at U.S. embassies, may be unfounded.
The pricey development is unusual for the neighborhood, which has a median sales price of $645,000.
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