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Nepal quake kills over 1,400
Annie Gowen and Rama Lakshmi
Hospitals were overrun by the injured even as doctors fled into the streets in a panic. The effects of the earthquake were felt in India, Tibet and Bangladesh.
At least 10 people died, officials said, and an unknown number were missing.
Rescuers carry a victim on a stretcher. (Getty)
Peter Hermann, Lynh Bui and Ashley Halsey III
The demonstration is the largest since Freddie Gray died of a spinal cord injury on Sunday.
Grace Mann’s father says he doesn’t know of a motive in her death but that it cut short a life full of promise.
WEATHER GANG | We’ll struggle to reach 60 today. The possibility of rain increases during the afternoon.
Anne Gearan and John Wagner
Maryland’s ex-governor is causing headaches for the Democratic frontrunner as she starts her run.
This house was once the Market Street Chapel. (HomeVisit)
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | A church from 1855 to the early 1900s, the home became a place to entertain ambassadors and politicians.
The “SNL” cast member is hosting this year’s White House correspondents’ dinner. Get to know her.
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STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS
The Capitals feel confident about their physicality after stomping the Islanders by four goals in Game 5.
Michele Langevine Leiby
DATE LAB | Their taste in food isn’t all they have in common — plus they poured some liberal drinks.
Residents question the basic concepts behind transportation officials’ congestion-relief plan.
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The investigation is ongoing. Williams has been suspended from his anchor post since February.
The Olympic champion-turned-reality star discussed gender identity in an emotional ABC interview.
It’s time to dispel some of the mistaken notions about Washington’s glittering “nerd prom.”
She is not ‘calculating’ or risk-averse. Don’t believe every insult you read.
WORLDVIEWS | The deaths of 1 million Armenians are among the better-known atrocities.
Death toll climbs after Nepal earthquake
Indiana student recalls being on collapsing stage
Climber describes scene on mountain after Nepal earthquake
Video shows 2013 Florida police shooting
Celebrities tweet support for Jenner
Jenner: ‘I hope I’m going to be okay’
Massive earthquake hits Nepal
Powerful earthquake rocks Nepal, hundreds dead
Baltimore police commissioner says he is not resigning
Baltimore mayor on Freddie Gray: 'I want answers'
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THE FIX | “I’ve always been on the more conservative side,” Jenner told Diane Sawyer
Just as the transgender experience is beginning to be normalized, it will be swept up in dysfunction of the Kardashians.
Proms have become mini weddings, with elaborate public invitations adding to the stress and the cost.
Royals players Edinson Volquez, Lorenzo Cain and Kelvin Herrera, and White Sox players Chris Sale and Jeff Samardzija also received suspensions.
Food & Drink
$20 DINER | Who cares what Michael Pollan thinks? Sometimes we just want to eat tasty things.
FEDERAL EYE | The sprawling department touts the success of a one-year-old initiative to integrate its diverse components.
The DOJ hasn’t indicated whether it plans to launch an investigation into the Gun Cave Shooting Range in Hot Springs.
The nation’s medical centers are routinely running short of critical antibiotics, often for months at a time.
Three NSO position players get a solo turn — and a chance to assert different, strong personalities.
Cecilia Kang and Brian Fung
Time Warner Cable, blocked from merging with Comcast this week by federal officials, may have a new suitor from the past.
Despite being years behind online competitors, the network’s CEO sees a robust market for his product.
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