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Mike DeBonis, Sari Horwitz and Jerry Markon
The former House speaker’s suspected misconduct dates to when he was a teacher and involved a male victim in Illinois, a law enforcement official said.
Sepp Blatter will remain at the helm of soccer’s governing body for a fifth term as the sport’s leadership faces investigation on bribery charges.
Americans’ concept of fresh has evolved; the chain hasn’t. (M. Joseph/Post)
Subway has over 43,000 shops in 110 countries, but as the business celebrates its 50th anniversary, its competitors are eating its lunch — turning “Subway fresh” into a thing of the past.
Can the city tell the nation that the former mayor is the Democrat most ready to solve urban problems?
The standardized test answer sheets vanished on their way to be scored, frustrating several students.
D.C. journalist Charnice Milton was shot and killed at a bus stop after an assignment on Wednesday.
Michael Alison Chandler and Abigail Hauslohner
The D.C. mayor’s spending plan doesn’t fund new programs to keep students in the public system.
Some properties have starting bids as low as $500 in local tax auctions.
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Washington Post Staff
The annual afternoon of puzzles built into the D.C. landscape starts at Freedom Plaza at noon Sunday.
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The harsh sentence imposed on Ross Ulbricht took into account damage done by the drugs sold.
Criminals can pose as the victims to claim government benefits, which aren’t tracked in credit histories.
WONKBLOG | Americans who live below the poverty line represent a shifting population.
WONKBLOG | It’s not just corporate bigwigs but everyone else at super companies fueling the gap.
Emily Kaye Lazzaro
POSTEVERYTHING | The writer says answering questions about what she does can be paralyzing.
Yet again, GOP candidates are wooing the most extreme.
Setting off a firestorm in Nashville, he says playing too many female artists on air is bad for ratings.
For those who believe the world is 6,000 years old, what happens when a 60-million-year-old fossil is found?
Blatter in reelection speech: ‘I am not perfect’
N.Y. judge asked to declare chimps ‘persons’
Obama: ‘Handful of senators’ are in way of surveillance bill
A look inside Dennis Hastert's indictment
Prince Ali withdraws from FIFA presidential race
New lab can create hurricane conditions on demand
Nebraska death penalty repeal faces challenge
Death toll from floods climbs to 17
Dogs searching Texas soldier on despite injuries
Buhari sworn in as Nigeria’s president
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Legal hurdles and an abundance of caution have slowed any transfer or sharing of those lists, say campaign officials
Stacey Patton and David J. Leonard
White America is eating up feel-good stories about cops and kids. It’s gross.
The missing girl’s name wasn’t mentioned, but her fate was surely on the minds of city leaders this week.
Nationals bedrock switched corners of diamond, but performance has remained steady.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The home is considered one of Maryland’s grandest, early-20th-century abodes.
Food & Drink
Bonnie S. Benwick
WEEKEND KITCHEN | May Evans’ work will prompt you to slice and serve; plus, top recipes of the week.
FEDERAL EYE | With Social Security numbers, birth dates and home addresses, identity theft is simple.
Sarah Larimer and Elahe Izadi
Angelika Graswald faces murder charges after the body of Vincent Viafore was recovered on the Hudson River.
For a spate of new music venues, baby boomers and Gen Xers are just the ticket.
A century after his birth, the man who conquered radio, records and film has no contemporary equals.
At its developers conference, Google shows off a new version of Android and a rival to Apple Pay.
One Canadian man has already been pulled over for wearing the Apple Watch while driving.
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