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After years of tension over U.S. foreign policy, there has been a broad shift as Pakistanis have started looking closer to home for the causes of, and answers to, their country’s woes.
Lindsey Bever and Brian Murphy
The militant group said via its radio station that two of its soldiers attacked the exhibit with “negative pictures of the prophet Muhammad,” according to a news report. The claim could not be authenticated.
A newly built skyscraper in New York City. (Yana Paskova for The Post)
WONKBLOG | Ever-taller luxury residences are literally darkening New York’s streets and creating a stark reminder that new urban growth can come at the expense of those already living there.
Dan Morse and Lynh Bui
Accurately charging the nearly 500 people arrested during the chaos is proving to be a legal headache.
For a brief period Monday afternoon, the cable news network created unease, then retracted the story.
WEATHER GANG | We’re on track to have the warmest week of the spring, but we’ll see rain, too.
The charity’s headquarters will move from the gentrifying 14th Street corridor to a poorer part of the city.
Jenna Portnoy and Laura Vozzella
Mark Herring reversed the controversial opinion that clinics had to make costly changes or close.
The Kentland and West Lanham Hills departments are trying to raise thousands to replace them.
The man known as “House” had just performed with the well-known go-go band at the D.C. Funk Parade.
Those liquor-filled cupcakes can only be sold to people 21 and over and are capped at 5 percent alcohol.
Stories from all over
Michael E. Miller
As high-tech treadmills proliferate, so, too, do the digital distractions.
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STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS
Goaltender Braden Holtby finished with 30 saves in the shutout as Washington took a 2-1 series lead.
The team said goodbye on Monday to five offensive players and eight who play on defense.
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Missy Ryan and Dan Lamothe
Joseph Dunford Jr., known for his experience in Iraq and Afghanistan, would replace Gen. Dempsey.
The Somali government is also trying to cope with thousands of refugees fleeing the country.
Health experts tell us to cut back on it, but there are evolutionary reasons why we want, and need, the mineral.
Griff Witte and Dan Balz
The two-party system that dominated the 20th century has collapsed, and no one knows what will replace it.
Modesty is not among the Republican hopeful’s talents.
Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina boast of their nontraditional credentials in their campaigns for president.
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Why can't Avengers and X-Men team up?
Who is Pamela Geller?
Rise of the machine as movie villain
Who is Baltimore prosecutor Marilyn J. Mosby?
Date Lab: Missy and Pat
Two riots, 23 years apart: From Rodney King to Freddie Gray
Ben Carson in his own words
Mike Huckabee in his own words
Carly Fiorina in her own words
How women are making it big in small business
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THE FIX | Other times, they do.
Matthew Kammer-Kerwick and Robert A. Peterson
Our economy needs more entrepreneurs. But tech startups aren’t the key.
While Baltimore smolders, a D.C. police lieutenant tries to build trust in church basement
Ian Desmond hit a tying two-run homer and Yunel Escobar plated the go-ahead runs.
The Northwest D.C. development has a contemporary style with walls of glass.
Food & Drink
$20 DINER | Chef Frank Linn displays an obsessive focus at his Kensington pizzeria.
FEDERAL EYE | Government retirement and health programs would be slashed under a 10-year Republican spending plan.
Justin Wm. Moyer and Elahe Izadi
Officer Brian Moore died a day after suspect Demetrius Blackwell’s arraignment on attempted murder charges.
Paul Schwartzman and Rachel Weiner
The longtime congressman says he can’t think about a Senate bid while his hometown is roiled by unrest.
With percussion and winds, the ensemble played music infused with the beats of Latin American music.
Comcast says its subscribers for high-speed Internet have surpassed cable television customers for the first time.
Steven Mufson and Juliet Eilperin
The president’s early ambitions for American cities have not been realized, despite enormous efforts.
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