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As Martin O’Malley prepares to announce a bid for the Democratic ticket, the former Baltimore mayor appears to be embracing his record and faces critics of his “zero-tolerance” policing policies.
Michael S. Rosenwald and Michael A. Fletcher
Despite major investment, the area remains bleak.
UNWINDING THE DRUG WAR
Inmates chat with an aide at a federal prison in Mass. (Nikki Kahn/Post)
Although federal sentencing guidelines have been eased in recent years for low-level drug offenders, inmates 50 and older are the fastest-growing population in federal prisons.
WONKBLOG | What the longtime hangout can teach businesses threatened by change around them.
A new study will explore a bus rapid-transit line and light rail to service a congested 13-mile corridor.
FIRST BITE | H Street’s new retail, coffee and restaurant spot was worth the long wait with dishes that shine.
ON LOVE | Danielle Colley and Bob Starin married 13 years after meeting at a homecoming dance.
His folks want him to get a B.A. His fans want more albums. Can Roy Kim please everyone? And himself?
A filmmaker’s touching tribute to those who lost their lives as an avalanche hit Mount Everest base camp.
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HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The Georgetown condo features a sculptural marble staircase.
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In a new book, Michael Morell says the agency gave policymakers assessments that were mistaken.
EARLY LEAD | The lack of action left many observers feeling like they hadn’t gotten their money’s worth.
Todd C. Frankel, Rama Lakshmi and Lenny Bernstein
Hundreds of climbers and guides were thrust into the deadliest event ever on the world’s highest peak.
Rachel Held Evans
We’re not looking for upscale coffee and pastors in skinny jeans.
THE TAKE | Can a party energize its conservative base and modernize at the same time?
Md. governor calls for day of prayer, reconciliation
Mayweather wins over Pacquiao in unanimous decision
London still abuzz over birth of royal princess
Italy says nearly 3,700 boat migrants rescued
Nigeria brings rescued women, children to refugee camp
Suspect in shooting of NYPD officer in custody
Man pepper-sprayed, detained in Baltimore
Police move to enforce curfew in Baltimore
Baltimore protestors march toward City Hall
U.K. party leaders, Europeans cheer royal birth
How women are making it big in small business
WASHINGTON POST LIVE | On May 8, SBA Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet will join women business owners to talk about finding mentors and creating ideas. Register to attend.
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Aaron C. Davis
The longest-serving Independent in Congress rebuffed the idea when he announced a run two days ago.
Over-policing protests is constitutionally and morally problematic. Plus, it doesn’t work.
While Baltimore smolders, a D.C. police lieutenant tries to build trust in church basement
Liz Clarke and Mike Jones
Washington’s top draft picks — Brandon Scherff, Preston Smith and Matt Jones — reflect a focus on size.
Former “Meet the Press” moderator lists the 1935 brick Colonial for $2.475 million.
Food & Drink
$20 DINER | Chef Frank Linn displays an obsessive focus at his Kensington pizzeria.
FEDERAL EYE | Government retirement and health programs would be slashed under a 10-year Republican spending plan.
The longtime role model for blacks now appeals to white conservatives as he embarks on a presidential bid.
Group debuts a masterful piece by Chinese American composer Lei Liang, among other works.
Charles Wright, the 20th U.S. poet laureate, concludes his term with a conversation with Charles Simic, the 15th U.S. poet laureate.
With a suite of battery products for homes, the glitzy electric automaker is no longer just a car company.
By using real-time pricing and encouraging bundled orders, a new e-commerce site could be the next big thing in shopping.
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