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New questions raised about Hillary Clinton’s e-mail use

An AP report reveals the State Department says it can only find four e-mails sent between Hillary Clinton and her staff on drone strikes and certain surveillance programs. It also discloses that Clinton used an iPad as well as her BlackBerry.

White House: Indiana religious freedom law is broader than federal

During the White House briefing Tuesday, press secretary Josh Earnest denied that the law Indiana Gov. Mike Pence defended earlier in the day was the same as a federal law regarding religious freedom.

Pence: Indiana will ‘correct’ religious freedom bill

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence (R) says his state will "correct" the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, saying the law "does not give anyone a license deny services to gay and lesbian couples."

Pence: Indiana will 'fix' religious freedom bill

During a news conference on Tuesday to address criticism of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence said, "We want to make it clear that Indiana is open for business."

Iraqi forces keep up Tikrit offensive against Islamic State

The Iraqi forces commander said his troops had retaken a number of areas around Tikrit from the Islamic State. Officials said pro-government forces had also retaken a hospital in Tikrit.

Goodluck Jonathan losing in Nigerian polls

Early on Tuesday, Nigeria’s 72-year-old opposition candidate Muhammadu Buhari had about 2.5 million more votes than incumbent President Goodluck Jonathan. Updated results were expected to come later Tuesday.

Deadline day for Iran nuclear talks

Diplomats in Lausanne, Switzerland are scrambling Tuesday to reach consensus on the outline of an Iran nuclear deal just hours ahead of a self-imposed deadline to produce an agreement.

AP president: Killing journalists should be a 'war crime'

The president and CEO of The Associated Press Gary Pruitt has called for changes to international laws that would make it a war crime to kill journalists or take them hostage.

Airstrikes target Yemen weapons facility

A weapons storage facility in the Yemeni capital Sanaa was targeted by Saudi-led coalition airstrikes against Houthi rebels on Monday evening.

Indiana’s RFRA law, explained

The Post’s Sarah Pulliam Bailey explains the controversial religious freedom law in Indiana.

Indianapolis mayor slams ‘religious freedom’ law

Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard (R) issued a stern plea to the Indiana General Assembly on Monday, asking the state to repeal a “religious freedom” law that could open the door to allow discrimination based on sexual orientation.

Second apparent suicide rocks Missouri GOP

The spokesman for the Missouri auditor’s office left a note before he was found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound late Sunday, about a month after his boss killed himself, police said Monday.

Pentagon considers easing enlistment standards

During a speech at his former high school, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said the military must do more to compete for quality recruits, opening the door to possibly relaxing some enlistment standards.

Obama: 'No one made the Senate come alive like Ted Kennedy'

At the dedication of the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate in Boston, President Obama remembered former senator Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.) and praised the institute's potential.

Indiana lawmakers address religious objections law

Indiana’s Republican legislative leaders said Monday they are working on adding language to a new state law to make it clear that it doesn’t allow discrimination against gays and lesbians.

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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.