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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.”
Sandhya Somashekhar and Robert Barnes
How the arguments unfolded.
Former HHS secretary Kathleen Sebelius speaks with reporters. (AP)
WONKBLOG | Based on today’s hearing, the latest showdown over Obamacare could lead to another narrow ruling.
WEATHER GANG | Rain turns to snow early, and the worst conditions are expected during rush hour.
Students, faculty and alumnae say they were blindsided and want to know what recourse they have.
Lynh Bui, Peter Hermann and Dana Hedgpeth
Hong Yong, a former Maryland prison officer, has been charged with one shooting.
The FBI raided the home of the 17-year-old student at Osbourn Park High and took him into custody.
Q&A TRANSCRIPT | The Post’s dining critic weighed in on your questions about eating in D.C.
Don’t expect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s lawyers to claim he wasn’t involved in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.
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COLUMN | Dan Snyder should splurge for one marquee name and several veterans in their prime.
DR GRIDLOCK | Big transportation projects are always controversial and over budget, but always built.
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Carol D. Leonnig
The move escalates a clash that could complicate the Democratic fronrunner’s likely bid for president.
In a separate report, the agency accused the police department of bias and cited offensive e-mails.
The move may mark the first time a presidential hopeful has sought to limit contributions.
If the party continues to show it can’t govern, Republicans won’t win.
How much human excrement is left on the mountain each season? As much as 13 tons.
Snow forecast: Substantial amounts Thursday
Obamacare's new Supreme Court battle
Iraqi forces move to retake Saddam Hussein’s hometown
Alabama halts gay marriage again
World’s oldest living person celebrates 117th birthday
FBI: Suspect in custody after NSA shooting
Suspected ‘maternity hotels’ raided in California
Flint residents fear water is unsafe
ATMs, lottery machines seized in Ohio
Brown family attorney says Ferguson needs 'solutions'
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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?
COLUMN | The D.C. Council’s approval of emergency legislation “is nonsense,” says one advocate.
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
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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