Anti-American sentiment wanes in Pakistan

After years of tension over U.S. foreign policy, there has been a broad shift as Pakistanis have started looking closer to home for the causes of, and answers to, their country’s woes.

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    A newly built skyscraper in New York City. (Yana Paskova for The Post)

    The dark side of living sky-high

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    Who broke the law in Baltimore, and who was just in the wrong place?

    Who broke the law in Baltimore, and who was just in the wrong place?

    Accurately charging the nearly 500 people arrested during the chaos is proving to be a legal headache.

    Fox News erroneously reports that police in Baltimore shot man

    Fox News erroneously reports that police in Baltimore shot man

    For a brief period Monday afternoon, the cable news network created unease, then retracted the story.

    Another hot, humid day in the 80s; rain showers likely this afternooon

    Another hot, humid day in the 80s; rain showers likely this afternooon

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    In a changing D.C., Martha’s Table plans a $20 million move to Southeast

    In a changing D.C., Martha’s Table plans a $20 million move to Southeast

    The charity’s headquarters will move from the gentrifying 14th Street corridor to a poorer part of the city.

    Va. attorney general: Abortion clinics can stay open without renovations

    Va. attorney general: Abortion clinics can stay open without renovations

    Mark Herring reversed the controversial opinion that clinics had to make costly changes or close.

    Md. firefighters have a particularly devastating loss: Two fire trucks

    Md. firefighters have a particularly devastating loss: Two fire trucks

    The Kentland and West Lanham Hills departments are trying to raise thousands to replace them.

    Junkyard Band loses bassist
    Derek Colquitt in motorcycle crash

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    The man known as “House” had just performed with the well-known
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    D.C.’s newest liquor license: For making and selling boozy baked goods

    D.C.’s newest liquor license: For making and selling boozy baked goods

    Those liquor-filled cupcakes can only be sold to people 21 and over and are capped at 5 percent alcohol.

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    Jay Beagle’s first-ever playoff goal pushes Caps past Rangers in Game 3

    Jay Beagle’s first-ever playoff goal pushes Caps past Rangers in Game 3

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    Obama picks Marine general as next chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff

    Obama picks Marine general as next chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff

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    Kerry makes unannounced Somalia stop to discuss fight against militants

    Kerry makes unannounced Somalia stop to discuss fight against militants

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    Pass the salt, please. It’s good for you.

    Pass the salt, please. It’s good for you.

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    Election will determine the direction of Britain’s fractured political system

    Election will determine the direction of Britain’s fractured political system

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    Federal Government

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    GOP targets federal workers, again

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    National

    ‘Our city is mourning': NYPD officer dies after being shot in the head

    ‘Our city is mourning': NYPD officer dies after being shot in the head

    Officer Brian Moore died a day after suspect Demetrius Blackwell’s arraignment on attempted murder charges.

    Business

    In wake of Baltimore riots, Obama’s plan for urban areas under scrutiny

    In wake of Baltimore riots, Obama’s plan for urban areas under scrutiny

    The president’s early ambitions for American cities have not been realized, despite enormous efforts.

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