Israeli artillery said to strike another shelter

The U.N. Relief and Works Agency said the shelling at the school-turned-shelter was a violation of international law. At least 20 were reported dead.

In Germany, anti-Jewish slogans return to the streets

The Gaza conflict has spilled into protests and accusations of anti-Semitism in Berlin and across Europe.

U.S. growth rate surges to
4 percent in second quarter

The data help bolster hopes that the country’s long-simmering recovery is becoming self-sustaining.

The McDonnells in a Ferrari owned by Jonnie Williams.

Aide details how use of yacht, Ferrari were lavished on the McDonnells

An assistant to businessman and star witness Jonnie Williams said she arranged for trips and perks for Va.’s former first couple.

Local News

D.C. charters sue city, allege it gave them less funding than public schools

D.C. charters sue city, allege it gave them less funding than public schools<br>

The federal lawsuit caps years of disputes over charters’ funding, which comes from D.C. taxpayers.

Va. GOP official: ‘What part of our nation’s fabric was woven by Muslims?

Va. GOP official: ‘What part of our nation’s fabric was woven by Muslims?

Bob FitzSimmonds questioned Muslims’ contributions in a Facebook post that attacked Obama.

Silver Line is functional, not pretty. But its role is bigger than beauty.

Silver Line is functional, not pretty. But its role is bigger than beauty.<br>

ARCHITECTURE REVIEW | It lacks flourishes, but the line has a worthy goal of suburb integration.

Is it normal for restaurants to charge for water without mentioning a cost?

Is it normal for restaurants to charge for water without mentioning a cost?

Q&A TRANSCRIPT | The Post critic weighs in on your questions, rants and raves about D.C. dining.

D.C. food trucks aren’t new or novel anymore. Are they going to disappear?

D.C. food trucks aren’t new or novel anymore. Are they going to disappear?<br>

A look at where the upstart industry is headed as it grows up and food becomes more expensive.

7 D.C. transportation projects that would have changed the way we live

7 D.C. transportation projects that would have changed the way we live

Believe it or not, ideas like a high-speed rail from Georgetown to Dulles were once on the table.

More Top Stories

Impeachment talk is the dumbest possible move for Republicans

Impeachment talk is the dumbest possible move for Republicans

THE FIX | Pandora’s box is now open and has the potential to do damage.

The most frightening candidate I’ve met in seven years of interviewing

The most frightening candidate I’ve met in seven years of interviewing

POSTEVERYTHING | A Cook Political Report analyst calls Lenar Whitney of Louisiana “fact-averse.”

Inside Colorado’s flourishing, segregated black market for pot

Inside Colorado’s flourishing, segregated black market for pot

STORYLINE | Why the underground market is taking off months after legalization.

At restaurants, more often means less

At restaurants, more often means less

CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | Our “bigger is better” mentality has dulled us to the true costs of high-quality food.

Local Columnists

Plaintiff in D.C. handgun ruling: ‘It felt good’

After ruling, George Lyon concealed a revolver in a pocket holster, walked out of his D.C. home and took a stroll.

Sports

John Wall on his goal for next season: ‘Finals’

John Wall on his goal for next season: ‘Finals’

WIZARDS INSIDER | John Wall isn’t looking just to take one more step after reaching the conference semifinals. He wants the Wizards to go after the whole Eastern Conference.

Real Estate

Searching for a pet-free rental -- it’s a jungle out there

Searching for a pet-free rental -- it’s a jungle out there

Check with management companies on their policies and consider renting a single-family house.

Arts

Corcoran Gallery’s lawyers conclude case for breakup

Corcoran Gallery’s lawyers conclude case for breakup

The group challenging the disposal plan contends that the institution is financially healthier than portrayed.

Federal Government

VA moves to fire employees for data manipulation

VA moves to fire employees for data manipulation

FEDERAL EYE | The department proposed disciplinary actions for six of its medical employees, including the directors of the Rocky Mountain network and the Cheyenne, Wyo., VA clinic.

Discussions

Civilities: What’s next for gay marriage in Va.?

Civilities: What’s next for gay marriage in Va.?

Q&A TRANSCRIPT | Freedom to Marry’s Evan Wolfson joined columnist Steven Petrow to take questions.

Business

That $5 latte is now less likely to cost you $35 in overdraft fees

That $5 latte is now less likely to cost you $35 in overdraft fees

WONKBLOG | Banks, facing competition from Wal-Mart and others, have begun to soften their overdraft policies.

Diversions