On March 26, The Washington Post will take a deep dive into food and wellness, and look at how community and business leaders, innovators in government and at the White House, chefs, artists and entrepreneurs are all working to improve what Americans eat and provide better access to healthy, affordable food.

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Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand on food policy and personal choices

National political correspondent Karen Tumulty asks New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand why and when food became a politicized topic.

From Capitol Hill to your kitchen

Amid budget talks in Congress, Post political reporter Chris Cillizza interviews Sen. Debbie Stabenow, D-Mich. about government policies that are shaping food accessibility and affordability in America.

Christians mark Palm Sunday around the world

Christians around the world marked Palm Sunday by waving fronds, attending church services and visiting sites in the Holy Land at the start of the Holy Week that ends with Easter.

Thousands march to protest Indiana law

A new Indiana law designed to keep the government from forcing business owners to act against their religious beliefs draws fierce criticism.

Grandmother sells rare Civil War photos to Library of Congress

A Houston housewife, who quietly collected rare Civil War images for 50 years, sold more than 500 early photographs to the Library of Congress.

Scott Walker clarifies immigration stance

Likely 2016 Republican presidential hopeful Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker on a visit to Texas said those seeking U.S. citizenship must return to their country of origin and get in line.

Hundreds rally against Indiana law

Hundreds of people, some carrying signs and flags, gathered Saturday outside the Indiana Statehouse for a rally against a new state law that opponents say could sanction discrimination against gay people.

Obama takes aim at payday loans

In his weekly address, President Obama talks about consumer protections and takes aim at payday loans.

Ni­ger­ians head to polls amid fears of violence

Nigerians started voting in the presidential election, one in which President Goodluck Jonathan is defending his job against former military ruler Muhammadu Buhari, in the closest presidential race since military rule ended in 1999.

Amanda Knox ‘incredibly grateful’ after acquittal

Amanda Knox said she was "incredibly grateful" that Italy's highest court overturned her murder conviction in the slaying of her roommate, Meredith Kercher, in Perugia, Italy, in 2007.

White House announces plan to fight antibiotic-resistant germs

The White House on Friday announced a five-year plan to fight the threat posed by antibiotic-resistant bacteria amid fears that once-treatable germs could become deadly.

Texas Roundup: Ted Cruz's big week

One name largely dominated the week in Texas politics – Ted Cruz. The launch of his 2016 presidential campaign filled the headlines. Meanwhile, in the legislature, lawmakers were busy working on the budget and tax cuts.

Fresno deputy police chief faces drug charges

Fresno's deputy police chief was among four people arrested on federal drug charges, including conspiracy to distribute oxycodone and heroin, authorities said.

Harry Reid through the years

The Senate minority leader announced that he will not run for reelection in 2016. PostTV took a look back at Sen. Harry Reid’s (D-Nev.) time serving in the Senate.

Obama to 'make the most' of Reid's remaining time in office

At the White House briefing Friday, press secretary Josh Earnest declined to share the president's endorsement for any possible replacement for Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.), who announced he would not run for reelection.

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Behind the circumcision ritual

Behind the circumcision ritual

Adults attending conversion classes at Sixth and I synagogue learn about the traditions behind the ancient Jewish practice of circumcision.

Google Chromecast at The Washington Post: How you can watch

Google Chromecast at The Washington Post: How you can watch

PostTV has incorporated technology that allows you to play any of our videos on your TV set through the popular Chromecast device. That means you can watch videos and news shows from The Washington Post and control the playback right from your computer, tablet or smartphone.

Property rights and the pipeline

South Dakota rancher John Harter tried to stop TransCanada from securing the right of eminent domain over his land where they want to put part of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, but Harter recently lost his battle in court.

Brazil swept up by new energy source

Brazil swept up by new energy source

In Northeastern Brazil, energy companies are erecting wind farms to capitalize on the constant winds that have challenged farming families for generations.

Making the most out of your museum visit

Making the most out of your museum visit

The Post's Anne Midgette shares five tips for how to get the most out of your visit to a museum.

Obama slams GOP: 'Do your job'

Obama slams GOP: 'Do your job'

A mashup of highlights from the president's speech on the government shutdown at M. Luis Construction company in Rockville, Md. Thursday.