Pence: Ind. will ‘fix’ religious freedom bill

The Indiana governor urged lawmakers to move legislation this week making it clear that the law “does not give businesses a right to deny service to anyone.”

Poll: Majority of Americans back nuclear deal with Iran

According to a new Post-ABC poll, 59 percent of Americans support a deal but they aren’t confident it will prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons.

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Peeps Show 2015 winner and finalists

INTERACTIVE | Spin the winning diorama and finalists for this year's Peeps Diorama Contest and learn how they're made.

Local News

Prisoner who escaped from Fairfax hospital is arrested in D.C.

Prisoner who escaped from Fairfax hospital is arrested in D.C.

Wossen Assaye, who overpowered a security guard and carjacked two people, was arrested before noon.

For $7, someone will bring you food from about 100 D.C. restaurants

For $7, someone will bring you food from about 100 D.C. restaurants

The new service is an app called DoorDash, whose network of delivery ”dashers” is similar to Uber.

Georgetown tries to stop the epidemic of shirts from other universities

Georgetown tries to stop the epidemic of shirts from other universities

SPORTS BOG | Students can trade in their non-Hoyas gear for university T-shirts at a lacrosse game.

How maple syrup urine disease
in one girl saved another man’s life

How maple syrup urine disease <br>in one girl saved another man’s life<br>

Children usually can’t donate organs, but this case was different: Her diseased liver offered a cure.

Actor Steve Buscemi raising money for a documentary on D.C. ‘gay gang’

Actor Steve Buscemi raising money for a documentary on D.C. ‘gay gang’

The movie, “Check It,” chronicles an unlikely crew of teens who wear lipstick and carry brass knuckles.

Md. woman who killed alleged abuser can’t escape clutches of felony past

Md. woman who killed alleged abuser can’t escape clutches of felony past

Stymied by employers wary of her record, Shari L. Thomas wonders: “When is enough enough?”

Height of ‘pop-ups’ limited to 35 feet, D.C. Zoning Commission decides

Height of ‘pop-ups’ limited to 35 feet, D.C. Zoning Commission decides

Developers who have already built the controversial tall buildings will be able to put four condo units inside.

A growing revolt: More borrowers
are refusing to pay back student loans

A growing revolt: More borrowers <br> are refusing to pay back student loans

GET THERE | The dicey move jeopardizes their financial future, but it has drawn government attention.

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Yemen rebels push offensive to last government stronghold, killing 26

Yemen rebels push offensive to last government stronghold, killing 26

The deaths came a day after an airstrike killed dozens at a camp for refugees in northern Yemen.

Iraqi forces drive Islamic State militants out of the heart of Tikrit

Iraqi forces drive Islamic State militants out of the heart of Tikrit

U.S.-led coalition airstrikes opened the way for the push by ground forces.

The question I always asked before
I let my kid go on any play date

The question I always asked before <br> I let my kid go on any play date

PARENTING | “Do you keep guns in your house?” led to the most illuminating of answers.

Real Estate

What to watch in the Washington-area housing market this year

What to watch in the Washington-area housing market this year

A hike in the interest rates and/or a government shutdown could have a significant impact on whether house hunters maintain the financial ability and confidence to become buyers.

Federal Government

Do the very, very rich really want to be U.S. ambassadors?

Do the very, very rich really want to be U.S. ambassadors?

IN THE LOOP | The fears of the merely wealthy, eager for postings at U.S. embassies, may be unfounded.

National

Flossing, selfies, romantic encounters: Driving distractions, by the numbers

Flossing, selfies, romantic encounters: Driving distractions, by the numbers

Distracted-driving awareness month brings a slew of surveys and polls with some surprising results.

Business

China’s stock market sure looks like a bubble

China’s stock market sure looks like a bubble

WONKBLOG | China’s economy is slowing down, but its stocks are up more than anything else in the world the last nine months. What gives?

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