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Sean Sullivan and Mike DeBonis
As a midnight deadline approaches, the House failed to pass a fallback proposal put forth by Speaker John Boehner, which would have funded the agency for three more weeks.
Sandhya Somashekhar, Jason Millman and Lena H. Sun
At least six states where GOP leaders refused to set up their own marketplaces fret over a possible Supreme Court decision that would revoke federal subsidies for millions of Americans.
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Leonard Nimoy in a 1966 episode of "Star Trek." (CBS via Getty Images)
The man behind the half-human, half-alien on “Star Trek” understood well his character’s plight as the ultimate outsider.
Robert McCartney, Aaron C. Davis and Mike DeBonis
A deal Muriel Boswer made with pot advocates to ensure a low-key launch of the law lighted the way.
The Savage restaurant owner’s investigation began when a woman found a video camera in the room.
The men said Tony Nguyen touched them inappropriately during exams at his Manassas medical practice.
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Reporter Adam Goldman explains who Mohammed Emwazi is and how The Post discovered his identity.
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Griff Witte and Karla Adam
Families of the slain Islamic State hostages hope the killer will be caught alive and brought to justice.
An agency official was able to cancel a contract for a device some called a breakthrough, the report said.
WONKBLOG | Amid a raging online debate over the dress’s color, these fascinating illusions shed some light.
Scott Walker may have thought he was being clever, but his words have no place in politics.
“La Coiffeuse,” stolen from Paris in 2001, was seized in Newark after smugglers tried to ship it to the U.S.
Soraya Nadia McDonald
The custom dress, worn on the red carpet by actress Lupita Nyong’o, was stolen from a hotel room.
Chris Christie vs. Jeb Bush at CPAC
'Star Trek' actor Leonard Nimoy dies at 83
Coast Guard works to break ice in Hudson River
Indiana may allow 'baby boxes' for abandoned babies
Istanbul detains suspect after U.S. consulate bomb threat
Leader of Mexican Knights Templar cartel captured
Former pop star Gary Glitter sentenced to 16 years
Llamas safe at home after wild chase in Arizona
‘Top Model’ contestant, 2 others killed
Lupita Nyong’o’s Oscar dress reportedly stolen
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Daniel W. Drezner
The roiling debate over the color of the dress illustrates just how hard it is to agree on anything in world politics.
COLUMN | If pot is going to be mainstream, it shouldn’t be tough for a mom of two to find a party, right?
Washington’s top four defensemen trying to get through an entire season without missing a game.
Described in a 1935 Washington Post Real Estate section article as “homes ahead of their times,” this semi-detached duplex in the Brightwood neighborhood was revolutionary in that era.
Food & Drink
Bonnie S. Benwick
Weekend Kitchen | What you bring to the table doesn’t have to be laden with sugar and its evil twins.
FEDERAL DIARY | IRS officials tell Congress about stark reductions in taxpayer services because of staff and budget cuts.
The shooter is believed to be among the dead, according to reports.
D.C.’s marijuana law offers many pitfalls for the cannabis connoisseur. The hardest part may be growing it.
He was one of the greatest players of all time. Now, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is turning heads with his commentary.
Conservatives convinced of a cover-up are demanding to see the full regulations now.
General Dynamics is lobbying to win a contract that has already been awarded--and that it didn’t bid on.
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