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Anthony Faiola and Brian Murphy
Officials are under pressure for not doing more to aid migrants escaping oppression in Africa and the Mideast after a ship with as many as 950 people capsized.
Carol D. Leonnig was honored for uncovering agency security lapses.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and police chief Anthony Batts. (WUSA)
Peter Hermann and Lynh Bui
City officials launched an investigation into what happened to 25-year-old Freddie Gray after his arrest and pleaded for calm amid rising protests.
WEATHER GANG | Severe line of storms brings lightning, reports of dime- to quarter-size hail to region.
Aaron C. Davis
A House panel will revisit a law that bans employer discrimination based on reproductive health decisions.
The Democratic White House hopeful had a few choice words for a GOP economic argument.
Des Bieler and Dan Steinberg
“People were literally coming up to my face and screaming” expletives, a Washington, D.C. fan said.
A new site shows the District’s empty tree boxes and lets residents prioritize which ones get filled.
As the quarterback looks for a comeback with the Philadelphia Eagles, here's a look at his career.
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The AARP Livability Index shows that communities in D.C., Maryland and Virginia offer what people need.
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An indictment is said to allege that Jason Rezaian provided information to “individuals with hostile intent.”
CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | The clothes are cheap and unflattering. Maybe that’s part of their charm.
The American ships are reportedly preparing to intercept Iranian vessels carrying arms.
Sandra G. Boodman
MEDICAL MYSTERY | A rare condition left her unable to walk, speak clearly or use her left hand.
Conservative scholars are arguing homosexual unions will cause 900,000 abortions.
Only the European Union can help those who set sail in search of a better life.
The N.H. gathering this past weekend proves almost anybody can be called a potential candidate.
Sentencing phase in Boston Marathon trial begins
Tim Tebow signs with Philadelphia Eagles
Police say Baltimore man died from spine injury after arrest
Clinton: Economy has stalled out
Egypt sentences 22 Brotherhood members to death
The Post's Carol Leonnig wins Pulitzer Prize for Secret Service reporting
The highs and lows of Tim Tebow
Winners cross the finish line at 2015 Boston Marathon
Europe promises action on migrant crisis
Tornado, damaging storms strike Southeast
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Minority Leader Harry M. Reid dished out more partisan red meat on the Senate floor Monday afternoon.
Our relationships change us -- even after they’re over.
At a local barbershop, little surprise at flawed testimony from the FBI’s elite forensic workers.
Washington is 6-1 on the road in the playoffs since last season and could be poised to seize control of the series with a Game 2 win Tuesday.
Homeowner often believe they need to overprice the property and househunters think they can waive an inspection to save money.
Food & Drink
Bonnie S. Benwick
WEEKEND KITCHEN | While the getting’s good, do good things with spring’s funky early-bird vegetable.
FEDERAL DIARY | The terrorist attack on the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building also changed Washington.
FEDERAL EYE | FEDERAL EYE | Auditors also found that some of the flights were largely empty.
Patrick O’Connell has thrown some over-the-top parties, but they all hold lessons for even the everyday host.
“The American People: Search for My Heart” is the latest from AIDS activist Larry Kramer.
Users now have the option to receive direct messages from anyone, if they choose.
WONKBLOG | The rise and fall and rise again of the top 1 percent in one amazing chart.
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