What challenge does O’Malley pose for Clinton?

THE TAKE | Facing long odds against the Democratic front-runner, he draws an ideological and generational contrast.

Hastert is said to have paid alleged sex assault victim

The former House speaker allegedly paid a male ex-student to keep quiet about acts that took place decades ago, a federal law enforcement official said.

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How Va. paid more than $250 million
for a road that was never built

How Va. paid more than $250 million <br>for a road that was never built

The failed toll road in the southeast colors the state’s view on adding lanes on I-66 in Northern Virginia.

Bowser claims victory on D.C. budget autonomy, but fight may not be over

Bowser claims victory on D.C. budget autonomy, but fight may not be over

While she has celebrated a court decision, others say it only turned the question over to a lower court.

Man arrested on Alaska cruise back
in Maryland to face murder charges

Man arrested on Alaska cruise back <br> in Maryland to face murder charges

Scott Tomaszewski will make his first court appearance on Monday in the deaths of his Rockville neighbors.

Longtime D.C. sportscaster Tim
Brant bids farewell to Channel 7

Longtime D.C. sportscaster Tim <br>Brant bids farewell to Channel 7

Brant will continue to broadcast college football and basketball games for the ACC Network.

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What to do when your company plans to lay you off while you’re on leave

What to do when your company plans to lay you off while you’re on leave

@WORK ADVICE | This reader is worried her maternity leave may become permanent.

Some of the region's highest-paid CEOs.

Pay for Washington-area CEOs outpaces the nation as a whole

The rise has come as the region’s economy lags behind that of other metropolitan areas.

The 2015 Post Hunt promises brainteasers, puns and fun

The 2015 Post Hunt promises brainteasers, puns and fun

The annual afternoon of puzzles built into the D.C. landscape starts at Freedom Plaza at noon Sunday.

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‘I will force the expiration of the NSA illegal spy program,’ Rand Paul says

‘I will force the expiration of the NSA illegal spy program,’ Rand Paul says

He vows a challenge when the Senate convenes a rare Sunday session to discuss surveillance.

Anti-Muslim demonstrators face off against crowd at mosque in Phoenix

Anti-Muslim demonstrators face off against crowd at mosque in Phoenix

Police separated those denouncing Islam from defenders of the faith, but the clash remained nonviolent.

The link that connects conservative faith to doubts on climate change

The link that connects conservative faith to doubts on climate change

A new study with a huge sampling finds commonality among religions that deny evolution.

Sports

NASCAR driver ‘completely forgot’ new rule, wanders onto hot track after vehicle crashes

NASCAR driver ‘completely forgot’ new rule, wanders onto hot track after vehicle crashes

Jennifer Jo Cobb will now likely become the first person penalized under the rule NASCAR made after Tony Stewart accidentally killed Kevin Ward Jr. last year.

Real Estate

Whimsical details abound in English Tudor manor on Severn River

Whimsical details abound in English Tudor manor on Severn River

HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The home is considered one of Maryland’s grandest, early-20th-century abodes.

National

Nebraska banned the death penalty, but opponents say the fight isn’t over.

Nebraska banned the death penalty, but opponents say the fight isn’t over.

For foes of capital punishment, the bill’s passage offered a moment of relief after a long, emotional debate.

Business

The rise and fall of the $5 foot-long sub

The rise and fall of the $5 foot-long sub

Subway has over 43,000 shops in 110 countries, but as the business celebrates its 50th anniversary, its competitors are eating its lunch — turning “Subway fresh” into a thing of the past.

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