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Rosalind S. Helderman, Matt Zapotosky and Steve Hendrix
In his second day on the stand, Robert McDonnell testifies that he was blindsided by gifts and loans to his wife.
Dan Lamothe and Karen DeYoung
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel left the door open to expanded U.S. airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Syria.
Rand Paul at an eye clinic in Guatemala. (Michael S. Williamson/Post)
Rand Paul is the junior Republican senator from Kentucky. He’s also an ophthalmologist, and he took an entourage to Guatemala, revealing possible White House aspirations along the way.
Despite lawsuit loss, businessmen vow to fight a law that bars felons from having go-go club licenses.
COLUMN | Ex-governor McDonnell used his wife as a campaign prop. What he’s doing now is worse.
Police say he paid $1,000 to a 220-pound tree-removal guy named Bunny to force the renters out.
Denard Span scores on a throwing error in the ninth inning, giving the Nats a win over the Diamondbacks.
Bonnie Berkowitz, Richard Johnson, Annie Daniel and Emily Chow
Bao Bao is among the many critters born in the past year. But she might not even be the cutest.
Musician Alex Young sued to challenge the transit authority’s ban on performing for tips near stations.
The tension and uproar are inspiring artists like MC Keen and J. Cole to create music about the situation.
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Medric “Cecil” Mills Jr. died after he collapsed outside a fire station and his pleas for help were ignored.
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Karen DeYoung and Adam Goldman
“Making concessions would put all Americans overseas at greater risk,” the State Department said.
DeNeen L. Brown
Unlike their elders, young protesters challenge authority and fuel their rage through social media.
William Booth and Ruth Eglash
Militants, hailing the leaders as martyrs, respond with rocket fire in the sixth week of fighting.
ON PARENTING | Adults often think tweens need protection, but age 11 is when brains start rewiring.
The objective of U.S. airstrikes is stopping the worst people on Earth.
Obama seems determined to run a botched experiment again in the country.
NASA is preparing to issue a multibillion-dollar contract for a shuttle it can launch and return.
BrotherSpeak: Hurt, anger and hope in Ferguson
Rand Paul puts his eye-doctor skills to use in Guatemala
‘Like street reporters': Hip-hop artists on Ferguson
Bao Bao the panda's first year
Sleeper picks for fantasy football quarterback
How the ZMapp drug works to fight Ebola
Ferguson native hopes for peace through pizza
How sunlight affects your health
What to watch for in Redskins-Ravens preseason game
Sen. Warner hears nightmare VA stories
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They’re hoping to use black disenchantment as a recruiting tool.
COLUMN | One family’s experiences highlight how necessary U.S. protection is for refugees.
Another day, another walk-off as Span comes home with winner on throwing error in ninth to beat Diamondbacks, 1-0.
Foreclosure and short sale veterans from 2007-13 are expected to make 10 percent of U.S. home buys in 2014.
Going Out Guide
Use this if you’re bound for the D.C.-born music event Saturday at RFK’s festival grounds.
Bethonie Butler and Jessica Stahl
Two Post staffers -- one who never misses a beat, the other who is lightning on her feet -- debate the latest from Taylor Swift.
Qui Nguyen’s play at Rorschach Theatre envelops us in the world of Dungeons & Dragons.
IN THE LOOP | A letter was sent to certain federal workers alerting them that the challenge violates ethics rules.
FEDERAL EYE | The Obama administration violated its requirement to notify Congress and used unauthorized funds for the prisoner swap, according to an official review.
The U.S. copyright office said works created by animals belong in the public domain.
WONKBLOG | A new wave of cheaper drugs will soon be here. First, we have to figure out how to name them.
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