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Anne Gearan, Sudarsan Raghavan and Ruth Eglash
More than 650 Palestinians have been killed and 4,000 wounded in Israeli airstrikes and artillery attacks in the last 16 days.
To deter Hamas, the military plans to destroy the homes of Palestinians accused of violence — displacing families in the process.
Sandhya Somashekhar and Amy Goldstein
Two federal appellate courts handed down contradictory rulings on the legality of a provision of the law that provides insurance subsidies to millions.
A handout released says it shows a flight path. (U.S. Intelligence Community)
Officials describe the sensitive information as evidence that Moscow trained and equipped rebels who downed the plane.
Carol Morello, Michael Birnbaum and Griff Witte
Carol Morello and Michael Birnbaum
Pro-Russian separatists are taking credit for the attacks in the same vicinity as where the Malaysia jet was shot down.
Jordan Wright, a relative of George P. Marshall, who brought the team to D.C. in 1937, still goes to games.
DR. GRIDLOCK | Here’s what can be learned from an analysis of every crash from 2010 to 2012.
WEATHER GANG | But skies may clear by tomorrow night and Friday could bring relief from the heat.
Adam LaRoche hits a key 3-run blast; Zimmerman will get an MRI for an apparent hamstring strain.
A SWAT team about to arrest five men. (D.C. police)
Ann E. Marimow
Defense lawyers worry that police are talking possible future armed robbers into committing crimes, then nabbing them in controversial, high-risk stings.
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Burial area at Tuam home in Ireland (AP)
Ireland’s probe of old unwed mothers’ homes turns up new details of treatment of babies.
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Lisa Rein and Lynh Bui
Mail is delivered after 5 p.m. more than two-thirds of the time, raising concerns about worker safety.
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FEDERAL EYE | Lawmakers say that the hard drive was only “scratched.” Lerner is set to testify Wednesday.
The former Dollar General CEO will face Michelle Nunn in what’s expected to be a tight battle.
Storyline People, Policy, Data
The effects of climate change are creeping into Chicago’s low-income neighborhoods.
The activist has mounted a campaign arguing the dangers of vaccines. But what has it cost him?
The D.C. Circuit Court’s decision has proponents spooked, but they shouldn’t worry.
A Post editor explores the joy and stress of simultaneously handling a major medical issue and a toddler.
Obamacare subsidies explained in one minute
Who'd get your 2016 vote: Biden, Clinton or Warren?
Confessions of an Understudy
No joke: Teenager tries her hand at stand-up
Who has the most popular NFL jersey?
Progressives describe Democratic Party in one word
Texas Senate candidate: Cornyn only cares about photo ops with vets
Three cooking tips from a 10-year-old
Path to redemption
5 strategies to raise moral, kind children
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FACT CHECKER | Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) makes a confusing attack on an Obamacare “exemption” his staff benefits from.
Yael Even Or
COLUMN | Compassion and acts of kindness are flowing in Piscataway Hills following a natural disaster.
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 agents have differing views on whether to wait until fall or take the plunge now.
Going Out Guide
Maryland’s favorite seasoning blend is the star of a new sandwich from the D.C. doughnut maker.
Opponents of marijuana find themselves in a lopsided battle as decriminalization goes into effect.
With solid acting, the staging of Conor McPherson’s play can stand against any BBC America miniseries.
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.
Q&A TRANSCRIPT | Advice columnist Carolyn Hax took reader questions.
It’s not the first time Samsung has poked fun at Apple devotees.
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.
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