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An Israeli military spokesman said “there was a possibility” that shells from Israeli forces struck the school, adding that the army was investigating “what exactly caused the deaths and injuries.”
J. Freedom du Lac and Sarah Larimer
The MD-83, carrying 116 people, disappeared from radar for hours before the news was made public.
Tunette Powell's son Joah, right, with his older brother, JJ. (Tunette Powell)
POST EVERYTHING | Black families fight entrenched prejudices to get fair discipline for their children in schools.
Victoria St. Martin and Mary Pat Flaherty
A meteorologist said the apparent twister touched down near Cape Charles at 8:30 a.m., injuring 24.
The Montgomery County communities’ wealth and education push them onto a Movato.com list.
Hundreds of his patients were given excessive prescriptions for addictive medications.
The Playseum invited kids to send letters to impacted Israeli children. Then, 2 hours later, to Palestinians.
INSIDER | The Redskins’ defense outplayed the offense, but the QB says he’s upbeat as camp begins.
Democrats in Congress are pitching their home cities in hopes of landing the 2016 convention.
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Officials said a doctor is one of two people injured; the suspected shooter is reportedly in custody.
WEATHER GANG | A direct hit from plasma clouds might have disabled everything that plugs into a socket.
The discovery of the first feathered but non-avian dinosaur indicates that others may have existed too.
Sean M. Lynn-Jones
POST EVERYTHING | A researcher says he’s not that outraged about it, but is instead a little flattered.
Why this case is different.
EARLY LEAD | Reaction to Ray Rice’s two-game suspension would seem to indicate that it does.
FAA lifts flight ban but Gaza fighting rages on
Plane leaves Ukraine with more bodies of crash victims
Wounded victims of U.N. school shelling arrive at hospital
Long execution leads to calls for review in Arizona
Tornado kills three, injures 20 at Va. campground
Two aid workers killed in Afghanistan
Families travel to Taiwan crash site
Preachers rail at police at Eric Garner's funeral
Iraq bus attack kills 52 prisoners, nine police
Suicide bombs in Nigeria kill dozens
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FACT CHECKER | Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) says 10,000 baby boomers retire every day. It turns out his math is accurate.
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.
Rates hold steady while staying below where they were a year ago.
Going Out Guide
There’s no better time to indulge in the season’s bounty.
A press staffer almost always attends when reporters sit down with administration officials.
The final volume of the bestselling All Souls Trilogy.
IN THE LOOP | A new report from the Office of Congressional Ethics shows the activity of the more than five-year-old independent panel since it was created.
Q&A TRANSCRIPT | Food critic Tom Sietsema took your dining questions, rants and raves.
A patent offers some clues for what Apple’s thinking and what consumers can possibly anticipate.
Colorado is racing ahead with clean energy. But the transition is sending some citizens’ bills skyrocketing.
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