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Sean Sullivan and Mike DeBonis
President Obama signed the measure just before the midnight deadline. It marked the end of a whirlwind day of talks and a stinging defeat for the House GOP.
Sandhya Somashekhar, Jason Millman and Lena H. Sun
At least six states that refused to set up their own marketplaces fret over a possible court decision that would revoke subsidies for millions of Americans.
Flowers are left where Boris Nemtsov was fatally shot. (Reuters)
The assassination of one of Vladimir Putin’s harshest critics leaves Boris Nemtsov’s allies expressing fears for their own lives.
WEATHER GANG | The storm ahead won't be big but might bring enough freezing rain to cause problems.
They feared their names would be known after a TV reporter learned where they work, officials said.
Emma Brown and T. Rees Shapiro
Suburbs closest to their cities face a rising number of poor kids with more needs than affluent peers.
Falls Church-based General Dynamics lobbies for at least part of a contract that it didn’t bid on.
Michele Langevine Leiby
DATE LAB | A woman’s college dorm mate connects with a man who, like her, is shy but ambitious.
In July 2014, The Post’s correspondent in Iran was thrown into prison, where he remains. This is his story.
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Tom Jackman and Antonio Olivo
Lawmakers want answers from the county attorney about a probe of the police shooting of an unarmed man.
PLATE LAB | Whatever you call the dish, it’s an easy way to take part in the nose-to-tail dining movement.
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The Fox pundit’s claims of reporting from conflicts continue to raise questions, but he’s standing firm.
Leonard Nimoy 1931-2015
APPRECIATION | He and his “Star Trek” co-stars taught us the real meaning of “Live long and prosper.”
Despite some heckling, Bush pressed his view that Republicans “have to start being for things again.”
Inviting the Israeli prime minister to address lawmakers on Iran sets a bad precedent.
THE INTERSECT | Craig Brittain, who made thousands off revenge porn, doesn’t want his image online.
Investigation begins in Nemtsov murder
Bridge collapses due to flooding in Bolivia
Prince William wears samurai warrior costume in Japan
House passes bill to fund DHS for a week
Obama bids farewell to Attorney General Holder
U.S. blogger killed in machete attack in Bangladesh
Russian opposition leader Nemtsov shot dead in Moscow
House rejects short-term Homeland Security funding
Leonard Nimoy's struggle with playing Spock
'Star Trek' actor Leonard Nimoy dies at 83
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THE FIX | Before an audience that was ready to embarrass him, he looked, in a word, presidential.
Daniel W. Drezner
The roiling debate over the color of a dress reveals how hard it is to agree on anything in world politics.
COLUMN | If pot is going to be mainstream, it shouldn’t be tough for a mom of two to find a party, right?
Washington’s free fall continues with 89-81 loss to 76ers, the Wizards’ 11th loss in their past 13 games.
Described in a 1935 article as “homes ahead of their times,” this semi-detached duplex in the Brightwood neighborhood was revolutionary in that era.
Food & Drink
Bonnie S. Benwick
WEEKEND KITCHEN | What you bring to the table doesn’t have to be laden with sugar or its evil twins.
FEDERAL EYE | A Reagan-era executive order requires all U.S. government workers to be drug free.
Seven people in four homes were fatally shot before the shooter turned the weapon on himself.
The gown, estimated at $150,000, was found in a hotel bathroom.
One of the NBA’s all-time greats, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is now turning heads with his commentary.
Frances Stead Sellers
We leave a trail of linguistic fingerprints, but as potential evidence to a crime, is it reliable?
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