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After upholding the law three years ago, justices are hearing arguments about whether those who receive tax subsidies to buy health insurance under the Affordable Care Act are doing so illegally.
Follow the latest from oral arguments.
Opponents have focused on how the law should be interpreted. (AP)
WONKBLOG | Here’s what you need to know about the case that is considered the greatest threat to the future of Obamacare.
WEATHER GANG | Rain turns to snow early, and the worst conditions are expected during rush hour.
Students, faculty and alumnae say they were blindsided and want to know what recourse they have.
Lynh Bui, Peter Hermann and Dana Hedgpeth
A 35-year-old Pr. George’s man in custody is being investigated for incidents on roads and near malls.
LIVE Q&A | The Post’s dining critic weighs in on your questions about eating in D.C.
DR GRIDLOCK | Big transportation projects are always controversial and over budget, but always built.
FED EYE | Funds meant for medical support went to a new IT system to bypass Congress, a review says.
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Guards await Australian prisoners. (Getty)
Nusakambangan Island is teeming with life but haunted by death.
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COLUMN | The D.C. Council’s approval of emergency legislation “is nonsense,” says one advocate.
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The court said a federal court used “sleight of hand” in a ruling that led to same-sex unions last month.
THE FIX | The sophisticated system gave the Clintons impressive control over their message archives.
The move may mark the first time a presidential hopeful has sought to limit contributions.
In a high-profile arena, he showed just how bizarre his position on the Iran negotiations is.
How much human excrement is left on the mountain each season? As much as 13 tons.
Why Clinton’s private e-mail address is bad news
Key moments from Hillary Clinton at EMILY's List gala
Netanyahu's speech to Congress, in 3 minutes
Flint residents fear water is unsafe
ATMs, lottery machines seized in Ohio
Two former NFL players donate brains to science
Boston Marathon runners say training limited due to snow
Justice Dept. finds racial bias in Ferguson police practices
LAPD: Videos show homeless man reaching for officer’s gun
Chilean volcano rests after eruption
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The lawyers in the first Affordable Care Act case will be back to argue both sides of a 4-word clause.
Why do the most popular iPhone games make me pay to play as a woman?
Washington lost for the 12th time in its past 15 games, this time on the road against rival Chicago.
An indoor batting cage, a heated garage, nine bedrooms and 15 bathrooms are among the features.
Food & Drink
Inconsistency is the most reliable feature of the cooking at Barry Koslow’s new perch.
FEDERAL DIARY | A GAO report and Senate hearing look at protocol that dissuades feds from pointing out waste or abuse.
It took two months to seat a jury in the case, but on Tuesday the ten women and eight men were finally selected.
The home’s $4 million facelift shows why Embassy Row has such a crucial role in Washington’s social scene.
Bending the rules, the arts center offers a skateboarding fest, relaxed settings and artist-curated shows.
The CEO of a prominent virtual reality company attacks his competitors, but his claims are overstated.
Nearly 1,200 pages into Obama’s budget are two dashed lines that should please taxpayers.
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