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Michael E. Miller, Fred Barbash and Brian Murphy
FIFA has been infected by corruption that allowed members to enrich themselves through kickbacks “year after year,” U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said.
Can his leadership survive the arrests of so many officials?
Eight of the accused are among those suspected in bribery case. (EPA)
THE FIX | How, exactly, can the United States point out a criminal conspiracy involving a foreign organization and then have people arrested in Switzerland?
In stern new guidance, officials say a 1986 executive order from President Reagan remains in place.
Obituaries say they “maintained an unusually close bond for each other and for those less fortunate.”
Burglars took jewelry and silverware in the incidents, which happened between October and December.
Ashley Halsey III
With the rise of phone apps, these are the waning years of the search for parking as we’ve known it.
COLUMN | These days, it appears that black people are being killed with impunity by other black people.
LIVE Q&A | The Post’s dining critic weighs in on your questions about eating out in D.C.
The zoo is ending its live feeds of the naked mole-rat, orangutans and otters, but the panda cam stays.
From fireside chats to Buzzfeed video, here’s how the White House has evolved in communication.
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The National Spelling Bee trophy waits for a winner. (AP)
QUIZ | How would you do if you were asked to spell obscure, typically multi-syllabic words?
EXPRESS | Breweries are becoming an oasis for families, but some worry they’ll cater too much to kids.
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The court denied a request to lift an injunction on an expanded deferred-deportation program.
Lisa Rein and Jonnelle Marte
The breach comes on the heels of millions of cases of identify theft plaguing the IRS.
The school also cited drug use and underage drinking in its three-year suspension of Kappa Delta Rho.
William Booth and Hazem Balousha
The rights group said Hamas used the cover of last summer’s war with Israel to commit war crimes.
His hopes for the Republican nomination now seem to be headed south.
FACT CHECKER | Jeb Bush says the group “didn’t exist” when his brother was in the White House.
FIFA ‘will cooperate’ in corruption probe
Merkel, Clinton top Forbes’s 100 most powerful women
Water-weary Texans brace for more rain
Cleanup and search continues in Texas
Some craft brewers stay small
Hong Kong investors fear another Hanergy
Fugitive former L.A. police officer caught in Mexico
Tex. governor: Flooding disaster is ‘heartwrenching’
Charter to acquire rival Time Warner Cable
Sanders kicks off presidential campaign
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With his “will to fight” comments, Ashton Carter is just the latest of the president’s Pentagon chiefs to cause him headaches.
Deborah L. Rhode
Lawyers are leading America’s push for equality. But they need to focus on their own profession.
Harper hit his 17th homer, but a base running mistake and defensive lapse in the ninth proved costly.
Kenneth R. Harney
Owners often overestimate the value of their property; your cherished lap pool may not appeal to a buyer.
Food & Drink
More bakeries around Washington are selling this layered dessert with origins in France’s Brittany region.
IN THE LOOP | Casinos and adult clubs want federal employees to be able to use their government credit cards.
The body of Vincent Viafore was recovered on the Hudson River over the weekend.
Open Minded is for “monogamish” users. That’s a growing segment of the population, adherents will tell you.
A brainy, madcap novel from Aleksandar Hemon.
Elon Musk’s SpaceX wins certification from the Air Force to launch national security satellites to space.
WONKBLOG | Something doesn’t smell right about this claim.
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