FIFA officials arrested in corruption probe

The arrests were made at a posh Swiss hotel in conjunction with charges being brought in the U.S. against 14 current and former officials of FIFA, the governing body for world soccer.

    Appeals court rules against Obama on immigration

    In a 2-to-1 decision, a federal appeals court denied a request to lift an injunction on the president’s expanded deferred-deportation program for illegal immigrants.

    Dan Yoichi works from a hammock in Kamiyama. (N. Hayashi for The Post)

    In Japan, opting out of the daily grind

    To combat declining populations, some rural Japanese towns are trying to convince young people weary of big-city life to trade in skyscrapers and noise pollution for cedar trees and singing birds.

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    Before their deaths made headlines, who were the Savopouloses?

    Before their deaths made headlines, who were the Savopouloses?

    Obituaries say they “maintained an unusually close bond for each other and for those less fortunate.”

    Need to feed the parking meter? There’s now an app for that.

    Need to feed the parking meter? There’s now an app for that.

    As drivers turn to parking apps to pay at District meters, the number of tickets and fines has declined.

    Metro might not be able to get all the new state-of-the-art cars it wanted

    Metro might not be able to get all the new state-of-the-art cars it wanted

    Federal transit officials have yet to decide whether Metro can replace older subway cars with new ones.

    Autopsy on child found dead in park swing does not show cause of death

    Charles County authorities said the 3-year-old boy’s mother remained in a hospital.

    Rainy-day fund in Prince George’s at its lowest level in more than 5 years

    Rainy-day fund in Prince George’s at its lowest level in more than 5 years

    Years of budget shortfalls and unforeseen costs have drawn down the county’s reserves.

    Cubs snatches a win as Desmond’s error dooms Nats in ninth, 3-2

    Cubs snatches a win as Desmond’s error dooms Nats in ninth, 3-2

    Harper hit his 17th homer, but a base running mistake and defensive lapse in ninth proved costly.

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    In flood-ravaged Texas, families search rubble for those swept away

    In flood-ravaged Texas, families search rubble for those swept away

    Punishing storms left at least 10 dead in Texas and Oklahoma, and forced thousands from their homes.

    Hackers stole personal information from 104,000 taxpayers, IRS says

    Hackers stole personal information from 104,000 taxpayers, IRS says

    The breach comes on the heels of millions of cases of identify theft plaguing the IRS.

    How the first president of new-media age has chosen to reach the masses

    How the first president of new-media age has chosen to reach the masses

    The White House now has a digital-engagement staff outnumbering the last president’s entire press office.

    Green Beret turned whistleblower faces Army criminal investigation

    Green Beret turned whistleblower faces Army criminal investigation

    Jason Amerine raised concerns to Congress about how the United States recovers hostages.

    Post reporter’s ‘espionage’ trial adjourns; it’s unclear if it will resume

    Post reporter’s ‘espionage’ trial adjourns; it’s unclear if it will resume

    Jason Rezaian, The Post’s Tehran bureau chief, has been kept in detention for 10 months.

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    Fiancee ‘moved paddle away’ from kayaker who drowned, DA says

    Fiancee ‘moved paddle away’ from kayaker who drowned, DA says

    The body of Vincent Viafore was recovered on the Hudson River over the weekend.

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