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The breakthrough, $84,000 hepatitis C drug Sovaldi has sparked an urgent and highly sensitive debate about how far society should go to make sure the poor get the best available treatments.
William Booth and Sudarsan Raghavan
The bombing of a school packed with hundreds of Palestinian evacuees left 16 dead. The question now is who did it.
The crash of Flight 17
The world mourns. (Clockwise from top left: Reuters, EPA, AFP/Getty, Post)
The downing of a Malaysia Airlines jetliner created a wave of grief and outrage that ripples globally: from the Ukrainian towns where debris came down to the other side of the world.
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The rail route, a vital link along the Dulles corridor, will welcome passengers Saturday.
A Va. case reignited the debate on whether treating the practice under porn laws is too harsh on minors.
COLUMN | It’s a new era and RGIII won the battle vs. the Shanahans. Now he needs to go a step further.
A. Camden Walker
WEATHER GANG | We’re ending the work week with a gem of a day, but it won’t stay nice for long.
Gridlock at dusk on M Street in Georgetown. (B. O'Leary/Post)
Residents of historic neighborhoods like Georgetown struggle with too many cars but not enough spaces.
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Rubble of Tomb of Jonah. (AP)
It was a sacred place until this month, when it was destroyed by the Islamic State.
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ESSAY | In outlining how “we can repair the safety net,” he reveals changes in tone and rhetoric.
THE FIX | His campaign still says the plagiarism was an “unintentional mistake.” That’s hard to believe.
POSTEVERYTHING | Black families fight entrenched prejudices to get fair discipline for their children.
A California woman learns that she may have to hire a lawyer and wait to evict the unwanted tenant.
Why this case is different.
If the West doesn’t take stronger action now, it might be too late to save the war-torn country.
Guatemalan president: Immigration crisis 'was not expected'
The shoot-down of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict, explained
'Magic in the Moonlight,' reviewed
Members of Congress sell their cities to DNC
The man behind Paul Ryan's anti-poverty plan
Can a hashtag #BringBackOurGirls?
Ivanka Trump defines luxury
6 things every parent needs to stop doing right now
Obamacare subsidies explained in one minute
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Paul Kane and Wesley Lowery
A plagiarism scandal complicates Democrat John Walsh’s uphill battle to win a full term in the Senate.
Sean M. Lynn-Jones
POSTEVERYTHING | A researcher says he’s not that outraged about it, but is instead a little flattered.
COLUMN | The Md. governor said that the state should be prepared to shelter up to 1,880 young migrants.
Nats could win it all this year, but GM must weigh their present chances while protecting their future.
Jeff Speck-designed flatiron house has all the right angles.
Going Out Guide
There’s no better time to indulge in the season’s bounty.
Social media make it easy for journalists to unburden themselves, but can call neutrality into question.
The museum will open a retrospective of the Renaissance painter’s work on Feb. 1.
FEDERAL EYE | Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) offered the top White House political adviser an opportunity to avoid testifying before his committee.
Q&A TRANSCRIPT | Food critic Tom Sietsema took your dining questions, rants and raves.
Sales at the mega-retailer reached $19.34 billion, up 23 percent compared to the same period last year.
Colorado is racing ahead with clean energy. But the transition is sending some citizens’ bills skyrocketing.
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