Appeals courts split on Obamacare subsidies

A federal appeals court panel in the District struck down a major part of the 2010 health-care law, ruling that the tax subsidies that are central to the program may not be provided in at least half of the states.

Jet crash bodies are moved out of combat zone

A train with the remains of those killed on MH17 arrived in Kharkiv, allowing experts to prepare their transport to Holland.

Israel identifies soldier missing after weekend attack

If Hamas has captured a soldier, and if he is alive, militants could use him as leverage in negotiations with Israel.

FAA bans U.S. airlines from
flying to or from Tel Aviv

The cancellations come after a Delta flight from JFK to Israel was diverted after reports of rockets near the Israeli airport.

Melissa Myrick is photographed at her home in Fenton, Mo. (Nikki Kahn/Post)

They want a baby.
The economy is in the way.

U.S. birth rates are near a historic low. This is one couple’s lesson in the new economics of having a child.

Local News

Autistic men were locked in home at risk of fire code violations, report says

Autistic men were locked in home at risk of fire code violations, report says

A Rockville couple was charged with abusing their 22-year-olds; fire inspectors then condemned house.

Howard U. names new leader after year of credit downgrades, allegations

Howard U. names new leader after year of credit downgrades, allegations

Wayne Frederick, interim president since Sidney Ribeau’s abrupt resignation last fall, will take over.

It was just a routine tongue surgery.
Then pain overwhelmed my life.

It was just a routine tongue surgery. <br>Then pain overwhelmed my life.<br>

A health writer recounts how “just a snip” introduced her to the struggle of severe chronic pain.

ESPN analyst ranks RGIII dead last among quarterbacks in the NFC East

ESPN analyst ranks RGIII dead last among quarterbacks in the NFC East<br>

SPORTS BOG | As the team heads to training camp, Ron Jaworski doesn’t have good things to say.

Gov. O’Malley got stuck on a train with ‘The Wire’s’ creator, still hates show

Gov. O’Malley got stuck on a train with ‘The Wire’s’ creator, still hates show<br>

The Maryland governor, said to be the inspiration for a character, drank a beer with David Simon.

More Top Stories

What’s 2014 about? Even politicians aren’t sure what’s driving voters.

What’s 2014 about? Even politicians aren’t sure what’s driving voters.

THE TAKE | Public cynicism about politicians and low primary turnouts point to an unpredictable year.

Seeking redemption, Rick Perry
finds power in immigration crisis

Seeking redemption, Rick Perry <br> finds power in immigration crisis

The Texas governor stares down President Obama and hopes for a second chance in 2016.

How a N.C. budget debate could hurt GOP’s chances to take the U.S. Senate

How a N.C. budget debate could hurt GOP’s chances to take the U.S. Senate

GOVBEAT | Senate candidate Thom Tillis once again finds himself stuck between two fellow Republicans.

Why Tony Dungy’s comments about Michael Sam aren’t really a surprise

Why Tony Dungy’s comments about Michael Sam aren’t really a surprise

EARLY LEAD | The former coach is criticized for saying he wouldn’t have drafted first openly gay NFL player.

Local Columnists

In a crowded field, Screen on the Green is still the frontrunner

In a crowded field, Screen on the Green is still the frontrunner

With so many outdoor film festivals at one’s disposal, it’s amazing that the big one downtown is still such a draw.

Sports

Wizards move training camp from George Mason to Verizon Center

Wizards move training camp from George Mason to Verizon Center

DC SPORTS BOG | After spending the last two preseasons in Fairfax, the Wizards will be back in D.C.

Real Estate

Should you list or buy a home in the summer?

Should you list or buy a home in the summer?

Real estate agents have differing views on whether to wait until fall or take the plunge now.

Lifestyle

It was just a routine tongue surgery.
Then pain overwhelmed my life.

It was just a routine tongue surgery. <br>Then pain overwhelmed my life.<br>

A health writer recounts how “just a snip” introduced her to the struggle of severe chronic pain.

Arts

Critics of Corcoran deal to be heard in court

Critics of Corcoran deal to be heard in court

Judge schedules week of hearings to decide deal with George Washington and National Gallery.

Federal Government

Where is the Obama administration housing the immigrant kids?

Where is the Obama administration housing the immigrant kids?

FEDERAL EYE | From airport hangars and big box malls to military bases and a central processing center, here is how the administration plans to shelter the kids.

Technology

Why users are confessing their thoughts on anonymous apps like Secret

People are posting their confessions on a new app called Secret, created by a Silicon Valley start-up that last week collected $25 million in funding.

Business

Patton Boggs no longer U.S.’s top-earning lobby firm

For first time since 2002, Patton Boggs — now Squire Patton Boggs — is not largest lobby firm by revenue

Diversions