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William Booth, Sudarsan Raghavan and Ruth Eglash
Rebuffing appeals from President Obama, the United Nations and others for an immediate cease-fire, Israel’s prime minister vowed to press the offensive against Hamas in the Gaza Strip.
“Oh my God, what happened to us?” one man cried, after an explosion killed 10 people, including seven children.
Spec. Andrew Kline helps Lt. John Eife with a radio while on patrol. (Post)
U.S. paratroopers drop into contested areas to examine how Afghan troops are faring in the battle against the Taliban.
Ashley Halsey III, Paul Duggan and Lori Aratani
Things seemed to run smoothly along the 11.7 miles of tracks connecting the Dulles corridor.
Robert Barnes and Jenna Portnoy
By a 2-to-1 vote, a panel in Richmond said the fundamental right to marry is guaranteed by law.
Donna St. George
Montgomery Soccer claims the school system’s bid process benefited only “elite clubs.”
The McLean-based hotel chain will eventually allow guests to use their phones as room keys.
Colorado’s booming legal marijuana market comes at a cost to neighboring states.
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In D.C.-area maternity wards, some suspect a baby boomlet has to do with the fall government furloughs.
With a dance ballet, Amy Wolfe attempts to soothe the gaping wound her son’s death left.
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Roberto A. Ferdman and Christopher Ingraham
WONKBLOG | We all know there are only two types of people in the world. Now we know where they each live.
ANSWER SHEET | One woman chose to teach “on an impulse.” The life lessons surprised her.
Some were told they were a good match when they were only a 30% match. Just to see what happened.
As neighbors argue, some find the discussion more complicated than the news ever makes it out to be.
His short-term push for a cease-fire in Gaza has backfired spectacularly.
A Post journalist and his colleagues should be freed immediately.
Kerry on 'what could come from a cease-fire'
Israel: ‘The tunnel is eliminated’
Two men arrested in deadly Philadelphia carjacking
Gaza residents attack Red Cross office over lack of assistance
Dollar Tree is buying Family Dollar for $8.5 billion
Former Va. gov. McDonnell arrives at court
Plane crash on Fla. beach kills man, injures daughter
French troops secure Air Algerie crash site
U.N. Security Council calls for Gaza cease-fire
Family of five found dead in Maine
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Top negotiator says House-Senate compromise to fix veterans’ health-care “must go beyond politics.”
POST EVERYTHING | The writer says he has an idea what The Post’s Jason Rezaian is enduring.
COLUMN | D.C. region needs to ante up for rail cars for Metro, and add at least one Potomac crossing, to relieve traffic.
Drafted to complement star rushers, the Stanford grad who can rope a steer is standing out at training camp.
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GOING OUT GUIDE | Celebrate Peru with tasty eats or see the Chuck Brown All Star Band concert.
The home and garden of the poet Anne Spencer are lovingly restored to keep the literary connection alive.
The National Medal of Arts and National Humanities Medal were awarded Monday at the White House.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
IN THE LOOP | When the president speaks to the nation from the White House, he’s taken to using other backdrops.
Q&A TRANSCRIPT | Advice columnist Carolyn Hax took questions.
Up to 20 million people a year are affected by “mobile cramming,” according to a federal study. Now the FTC is laying out what wireless carriers should do to stop it.
ON LEADERSHIP | ON LEADERSHIP | The grocery chain’s customers are getting more involved in a corporate standoff.
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