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The Mormon Church's Salt Lake Temple (AP)
Michelle Boorstein and Abby Ohlheiser
Church leaders called for gay equality and religious freedom to be on equal moral footing.
States began to lift their travel bans as the snowstorm moved up the East Coast.
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Donna St. George and Bill Turque
4 board members oppose renewing Superintendent Joshua P. Starr’s contract, 2 county officials say.
A roundup of business news from around the world.
Because why not.
The proposal would open the door to new oil and gas leases there while adding restrictions near Alaska.
Just when he started to get going...
Sean Sullivan and Anne Gearan
Despite the strategy’s failure in 2014, Democrats think the criticism could work in a presidential election year.
The agency employee was off-duty when he accidentally crashed the small drone on White House grounds.
The administration retreated after a strong backlash to the proposal, which would have curtailed a major tax benefit of the popular college savings accounts.
Like 401(k) retirement accounts, they prevent money from being spent on anything else.
The scientific community is confronting a pernicious issue: experiments that can’t be replicated.
Lawmakers unanimously vote to give disabled vets increased leave but are haunted by partisanship.
Forecasters and some Northeast officials are criticized for overreacting as travel was restricted.
Robert O’Harrow Jr.
Support is voiced for proposals to stop police from seizing property without compelling evidence of crime.
The Obama administration hopes the deaths of foreign fighters sends a message to potential new recruits.
Michael Alison Chandler
Owner of Caps, Wizards will succeed former Washington Post chairman Donald Graham after 16 years.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
After nearly six years, he’s feeling neglected by Obama
After congressional Benghazi hearing Tuesday, GOP congressman says he will likely call on Hillary Clinton to testify.
The college argued that “legal requirements for maintaining a non-discriminatory educational environment, free of unlawful hostility” justified restricting the speech.
Lawmakers from both parties appear unlikely to push for test-based teacher evaluations in federal law.
Secret doors, swing states and SkyMall
Paul Revere and one of the earliest American self-defense cases -- which also had the earliest controversy about the duty to retreat.
This is real Science, and you need to respect that.
Nuance is not your friend in politics.
Same sex marriage unsettles the South
“He said his religion gave him the right to make his wife and child obedient,” an ad that ran in two Georgia newspapers read.
A criminal complaint says Russian foreign intelligence service wanted Tass to pose questions in New York.
The video from a school in Rhode Island is going viral.
‘I hate the new reading test that we have to take in second grade’
Some “multiculturalism” may be bad, some may be good -- and much fits within longstanding American traditions that conservatives should embrace (as always, within reasonable limits).
Al Kamen and Sari Horwitz
Parole Commission Chairman Isaac Fulwood Jr. is retiring, citing lack of support from the administration.
From the Wisconsin politician playbook.
It’s a lot like Obama’s diversity problem.
Texas has added nearly half a million jobs in the past year, far more than any other state.
Genetic engineering, the environment, and life’s knack for finding a way
M. Steven Fish
Islam isn’t innately violence-prone, and Muslims aren’t inclined to murder, but most of today’s terrorism is carried out by Islamists. Why?
It’s okay that you don’t know what your best possible self is yet. The only way you’re going to figure it out is by trying varieties of it.
But it’s worth remembering that these projections can change quickly.
Massachusetts got up to 30 inches of snow, but New York City lacked “historic” snow totals.
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