The Post’s Jonathan Forsythe, Jason Reid, Dan Steinberg and Keith McMillan discuss the storylines heading into training camp for the Redskins, wonder whether the Nationals will make any significant moves as the MLB trade deadline nears and debate the significance of Glen Rice Jr. and Otto Porter’s success in the NBA Summer League.

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Witness list released in McDonnell corruption trial

A manicurist and a model are just two of the witnesses that may be called to testify in the federal corruption trial of former Va. governor Robert F. McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, which commenced on Monday. The Washington Post's Matt Zapotosky reports from Richmond on some of the standout witnesses on the list released by prosecutors and defense attorneys.

New York Times endorses marijuana legalization

The New York Times released the first of a six-part editorial in support of the legalization of marijuana on Monday. The article compares the ban of marijuana to the prohibition of alcohol in the 20s and 30s.

Trial begins over Oklahoma City bombing

A Salt Lake City attorney is arguing that the FBI has video of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing that shows a second person was involved - a person that he says the FBI mistook for his brother Michael Trentadue and led to his death.

Obama awards the National Medal of Arts and the Humanities

President Obama awarded recipients of the 2013 National Medal of Arts and National Humanities Medal in a ceremony on Monday. Honorees included public radio host Diane Rehm, singer Linda Ronstadt and DreamWorks Animation chief Jeffrey Katzenberg.

Sen. Sanders, Rep. Miller announce bipartisan VA deal

Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vt.), and Rep. Jeff Miller (R-Fla.), held a news conference on Monday to announce they had reached a bipartisan deal to fund measures to fix the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Panda sex and Richard Nixon

There was just one problem before China could ship the first giant pandas to the National Zoo.

Sarah Palin launches online video channel

The former Alaska governor and vice presidential candidate says was created in response to "media filters."

Former Va. gov. McDonnell arrives at court

On his way into the opening day of his corruption trial, former Virginia gov. Bob McDonnell said he’s, “glad we’re finally going to get a chance to present our defense in court.”

U.N. Security Council calls for Gaza cease-fire

The U.N. Security Council called for “an immediate and unconditional humanitarian cease-fire” in the conflict between Israel and Hamas at an emergency meeting early Monday morning.

Israel and Hamas fail to agree on a cease-fire

Israel and Hamas have each launched new attacks after failing to agree to a 24-hour truce that had been proposed by both sides at different times.

Robert McDonnell case, explained

The Post's Rosalind Helderman explains the major players in the former Va. governor’s case.

Violent clashes break out between Libyan militias

Rival Libyan militias battled for control of the capital's international airport Saturday.

U.S. hopes to deter migrants through media campaign

The U.S. launches a media campaign in three Central American countries in the hope of deterring would-be migrants by highlighting the physical risks of the journey.

Obama denounces corporate maneuver to evade U.S. taxes

President Obama calls for an end to an "unpatriotic tax loophole" that allows U.S. companies to avoid federal taxes by establishing their tax domiciles overseas.

Va. Governor tours tornado aftermath

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe toured the Cherrystone Family Camping and RV Resort, a day after a tornado touched down there killing two people and injuring dozens more.

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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.