U.S. releases intelligence in Flight 17 crash

Officials describe the information on the downing of the plane as evidence of Russia’s and the rebels’ roles.

2 Ukrainian warplanes shot down near jet crash site

Separatists were claiming credit for the downing of the warplanes that the Ukrainian military said were brought down by antiaircraft missiles.

Russian theories: Planted corpses? Assassination plot?

The Russian media has repeated or originated several theories about why the Malaysia jet crashed.

A deported child arrives in a city in Honduras earlier this month. (Getty)

Why a governor was moved to tears

The unaccompanied migrant child dilemma is forcing officials to have emotional and politically treacherous conversations.

Kerry claims progress in Gaza cease-fire talks

Kerry claims progress in Gaza cease-fire talks

More than 650 Palestinians have been killed and 4,000 wounded in Israeli attacks.

Local News

Her grandfather gave the Redskins their name. She wants to change it.

Her grandfather gave the Redskins their name. She wants to change it.<br>

Jordan Wright, a relative of George P. Marshall, who brought the team to D.C. in 1937, still goes to games.

Men are worse drivers, and 7 other facts about traffic accidents in D.C.

Men are worse drivers, and 7 other facts about traffic accidents in D.C.<br>

Here’s what can be learned from an analysis of every District crash from 2010 to 2012.

After 4-decade fight, Alexandria boat club accepts deal to sell its property

After 4-decade fight, Alexandria boat club accepts deal to sell its property

The city will buy the club, which has anchored King Street at the Potomac since the 20s, for $5 million.

I’m counting calories. If restaurant menus don’t list them, is it rude to ask?

I’m counting calories. If restaurant menus don’t list them, is it rude to ask? <br>

Q&A TRANSCRIPT | The Post critic weighs in on your questions, rants and raves about D.C. dining.

Pity D.C.’s anti-pot crusaders.
Their clout has gone up in smoke.

Pity D.C.’s anti-pot crusaders. <br>Their clout has gone up in smoke.<br>

Opponents of marijuana find themselves in a lopsided battle as decriminalization goes into effect.

DeSean Jackson: ‘I kind of hated
the Redskins, you feel me?’

DeSean Jackson: ‘I kind of <i>hated</i> 
<br>the Redskins, you feel me?’<br>

SPORTS BOG | The former Eagles star often excelled against D.C.
Now he wears a Redskins jersey.

More Top Stories

Lois Lerner’s missing e-mails may
still be available, House GOP says

Lois Lerner’s missing e-mails may <br> still be available, House GOP says

FEDERAL EYE | Lawmakers say that the hard drive was only “scratched.” Lerner is set to testify Wednesday.

A year after U.S. spying revelations, German officials are still puzzled

A year after U.S. spying revelations, German officials are still puzzled

Officials in the Merkel government say questions remain unanswered.

Whether or not climate change is real, these maggots in her basement are

Whether or not climate change is real, these maggots in her basement are

The effects of climate change are creeping into Chicago’s low-income neighborhoods.

LeBron James apologizes to his neighbors in the sweetest way

LeBron James apologizes to his neighbors in the sweetest way

EARLY LEAD | People living near his Ohio home get some cupcakes for all the commotion two weeks ago.

Local Columnists

An ‘act of God’ affected their homes. But it brought a community together.

An ‘act of God’ affected their homes. But it brought a community together.

COLUMN | Compassion and acts of kindness are flowing in Piscataway Hills following a natural disaster.

Sports

Five areas to monitor on special teams

Five areas to monitor on special teams

REDSKINS BLOG | We’ve tackled offense and defense. Here’s a look at the five areas to monitor on the special teams units this training camp.

Real Estate

Should you list or buy a home in the summer?

Should you list or buy a home in the summer?

Real estate agents have differing views on whether to wait until fall or take the plunge now.

Lifestyle

Pity D.C.’s anti-pot crusaders.
Their clout has gone up in smoke.

Pity D.C.’s anti-pot crusaders. <br>Their clout has gone up in smoke.<br>

Opponents of marijuana find themselves in a lopsided battle as decriminalization goes into effect.

Arts

U.S. premiere of ‘The Veil’ from Quotidian Theatre

U.S. premiere of ‘The Veil’ from Quotidian Theatre

With solid acting, the staging of Conor McPherson’s play can stand against any BBC America miniseries.

Federal Government

Lawmakers question $190 million contract for firm accused of fraud

Lawmakers question $190 million contract for firm accused of fraud

FEDERAL EYE | The contract went to a firm that the Justice Department has accused of fraud in an alleged scheme to rush through background checks and increase revenue.

Discussions

Ask Boswell: The Nats have good players, but no superstars

Ask Boswell: The Nats have good players, but no superstars

Q&A TRANSCRIPT | Tom Boswell took questions on D.C. and local sports.

Business

An ousted CEO so popular employees are protesting to get his job back

An ousted CEO so popular employees are protesting to get his job back

ON LEADERSHIP | An unusual alliance of managers and rank-and-file employees at a northeast grocery chain is rallying to prompt the return of a former executive.

Diversions