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Rosalind S. Helderman, Carol D. Leonnig and Anne Gearan
The former secretary of state says she wants the public to see her e-mails, but some Democrats are worried the controversy could damage her strength as a presidential candidate.
Yoonjung Seo, Anna Fifield and Daniela Deane
Mark Lippert received 80 stitches to his face and had severe hand and wrist injuries following the Seoul attack, which North Korea has called a “knife shower of justice.”
A snow plow idles on 15th Street. (Andrew Heining / TWP)
David Streit, Jason Samenow and Angela Fritz
WEATHER GANG | Up to 7 inches could fall in the District, substantially more in the suburbs. Expect major travel delays.
FED EYE | If Congress doesn’t pass a budget, the measure would extend existing funding levels.
Not even an assist from Harry Reid could get the U.S. Capitol Police to relax its rules for the latest storm.
Global Citizen Earth Day will mix politics and pop culture on April 18 near the Washington Monument.
Robert McCartney and Paul Duggan
Some Metro board members want a turnaround expert because of concerns over financial woes.
DR. GRIDLOCK | After watching a man fall off the platform, a passenger wonders what he should have done.
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Boston Marathon bombing survivor Rebekah Gregory. (Reuters)
After facing him in court, she wrote him an open letter.
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The award came before a meeting the new king of Saudi Arabia had with Secretary of State John Kerry.
Jonnelle Marte and Craig Timberg
“Suspicious” returns spike amid discussions about who is responsible for fixing the problem.
Frances Stead Sellers
Clues are found in words, spelling and punctuation, but the science is uncertain in the legal world.
The lopsided argument in favor of the government’s defense casts doubt on the legal challenge to the law.
FACT CHECKER | Rep. Sessions gets four Pinocchios for making a claim that lacks any basis in fact.
Does sugar by any other name still taste as sweet?
Obamacare’s new Supreme Court battle
What the Boston bomber trial is really about
Collecting memories from the Vietnam Wall
An up-close look at the Post reporter now in an Iranian jail
Mr. Netanyahu goes to Washington
'Senator Barb' paved way for Senate women
Leonard Nimoy's struggle with playing Spock
Late-night laughs: Jeb Bush vs. George W. Bush
Date Lab: Yo'av and Lily
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Bid to close background check loopholes is reintroduced, with political prospects further worsened since Sandy Hook.
Why do the most popular iPhone games make me pay to play as a woman?
Washington’s hitters, among the slowest in the majors last season, face new rules starting Thursday.
An indoor batting cage, a heated garage, nine bedrooms and 15 bathrooms are among the features.
Food & Drink
1.5 stars | Inconsistency is the most reliable feature of the cooking at Barry Koslow’s new perch.
FEDERAL DIARY | A GAO report and Senate hearing look at protocol that dissuades feds from pointing out waste or abuse.
A piece of jaw may turn human evolutionary history on its head.
TV REVIEW | ABC’s new drama “American Crime” features real people caught up in a surreal process, none of whom emerges as the exclusive recipient of a viewer’s sympathies.
A new MoMA exhibit celebrates the life, art and style of the artist, possibly best enjoyed by her fans
Blame market fragmentation.
WONKBLOG | Unemployment is falling, but wages still aren’t rising. Is that because companies didn’t want to lower pay during the crisis?
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