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Official: Justice preparing corruption charges against Sen. Menendez

U.S. economy added 295,000 jobs in February

For the 12th month in a row, the nation added more than 200K jobs, extending a labor market boom that is powering the economy. The unemployment rate fell to 5.5 percent, a new post-recession low.

A crash course in foreign policy for Gov. Walker

GOP leaders have been unimpressed with the Wisconsin Republican’s grasp of world affairs, so he working to punch up his statesman credentials.

Demonstrators seeking the right to vote faced violence. (J. Chikwendiu/Post)

Selma was the scene of ‘Bloody Sunday.’ Now it’s an enduring symbol.

The Obamas are among dignitaries going this weekend to a place where the civil rights movement reached its apex and where racial strife became a defining characteristic.

Local News

Blistering wind chill smacks D.C. area Friday as the frigid air lingers

Blistering wind chill smacks D.C. area Friday as the frigid air lingers

WEATHER GANG | Yes, it's cold. But think positively. This may be our last extremely cold day this winter.

I was a professor at four universities.
I still couldn’t make ends meet.

I was a professor at four universities. <br>I still couldn’t make ends meet.

POSTEVERYTHING | The work was rewarding, but the wages and commute around D.C. were not.

My partner has been secretly visiting massage parlors. Is it forgivable?

My partner has been secretly visiting massage parlors. Is it forgivable?

LIVE Q&A | The advice columnist answers questions about the strange train we call life.

‘People want to see us fail,’ Harper says, defending his confidence in Nats

‘People want to see us fail,’ Harper says, defending his confidence in Nats

SPORTS BOG | Outfielder Bryce Harper has started to explain why he says the things he says.

Brookland’s Finest Bar & Kitchen is a good reflection of its neighborhood

Brookland’s Finest Bar & Kitchen is a good reflection of its neighborhood

$20 DINER | The Northeast D.C. restaurant serves elevated comfort food to a diverse community.

Report: Contractor overbilled D.C. $5.3 million for homeless spending

Report: Contractor overbilled D.C. $5.3 million for homeless spending

Community Partnership improperly estimated expenses for services to the District’s nearly 7,700 homeless.

Uber is putting tablets for kids in hundreds of cars in the D.C. area

Uber is putting tablets for kids in hundreds of cars in the D.C. area

Nabi 2 tablets to keep children occupied are a new feature for Uber Family cars — but only in this area.

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‘Lean in. But freeze first.’:
The business of fertility

‘Lean in. But freeze first.’: <br>The business of fertility

More women are freezing their eggs, but the procedure’s popularity and low odds have drawn criticism.

The Apple Watch will revamp the most successful retail strategy in decades

The Apple Watch will revamp the most successful retail strategy in decades

With a four- to five-figure watch on the way, Apple is reimagining its stores to make way for the affluent.

The chief justice made just one inquiry about Obamacare. What did it mean?

The chief justice made just one inquiry about Obamacare. What did it mean?

Interpreting John Roberts’s question doesn’t ensure much, but it doesn’t stop us from guessing his view.

Federal Government

Report says procedures put a chilling effect on potential FBI whistleblowers

FEDERAL DIARY | A GAO report and Senate hearing look at protocol that dissuades feds from pointing out waste or abuse.

National

‘American Sniper’ trial: Why prosecutors often don’t seek death penalty

‘American Sniper’ trial: Why prosecutors often don’t seek death penalty

Chris Kyle’s killer received a life-without-parole sentence. Why didn’t the prosecutor pursue the death penalty? It’s complicated.

Business

Apple to join the Dow on March 19

Apple to join the Dow on March 19

WONKBLOG | The Dow Jones Industrial Average makes approximately zero sense as a stock index.

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