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If there was a reason for optimism for the Obama administration, it came when Justice Kennedy questioned whether challengers’ reading of the law would cause “serious constitutional problems.”
Several racist e-mails were highlighted in the report about racial bias among city police and court staff; one depicted President Obama as a chimpanzee.
Snow accumulation predictions from Capital Weather Gang. (Post)
Dan Stillman and Ian Livingston
WEATHER GANG | We’re tracking the latest meteorological models to refine predicted snow totals of 4 to 10 inches.
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School systems across the region are cancelling school for Thursday as a snowstorm bears down.
Taking an approved trip home can eliminate a major barrier to becoming a legal resident.
Robert McCartney and Paul Duggan
Some Metro board members want a turnaround expert because of concerns over financial woes.
Arelis R. Hernández
The leading House Democrat is the first to throw his hat in the ring, but it’s expected to be a crowded field.
Peter Hermann and Aaron C. Davis
Now that pot is legal in D.C., police can return seized marijuana — if it’s less than two ounces.
Here’s a look at the new case the Affordable Care Act is facing in the Supreme Court.
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T. Rees Shapiro and Susan Svrluga
Students, faculty and alumnae say they were blindsided and want to know what recourse they have.
Q&A TRANSCRIPT | The Post’s dining critic weighed in on your questions about eating in D.C.
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Envoy Mark Lippert was slashed with a 10-inch knife by an apparent supporter of Korean unification.
Jonnelle Marte and Craig Timberg
“Suspicious” returns spike amid discussions about who is responsible for fixing the problem.
Rosalind S. Helderman, Carol D. Leonnig and Anne Gearan
Even some Democrats are worried about whether the controversy would damage her strength as a presidential candidate.
The lopsided argument in favor of the government’s defense casts doubt on the legal challenge to the law.
The real problem with her use of a private e-mail account.
Obamacare’s new Supreme Court battle
What the Boston bomber trial is really about
Collecting memories from the Vietnam Wall
Mr. Netanyahu goes to Washington
Does sugar by any other name still taste as sweet?
'Senator Barb' paved way for Senate women
An up-close look at the Post reporter now in an Iranian jail
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 lost for the 12th time in its past 15 games, this time on the road against rival Chicago.
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.
The home’s $4 million facelift shows why Embassy Row has such a crucial role in Washington’s social scene.
Bending the rules, the arts center offers a skateboarding fest, relaxed settings and artist-curated shows.
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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