Supreme Court weighs health care once again

Today justices will consider the most serious challenge to the Affordable Care Act since they upheld the law as constitutional three years ago.

Boehner blinks on DHS funding, riles hard-liners

The House speaker’s decision to hold the vote and cede the immigration fight may further strain his relationship with conservatives, whose dissent threatens the future of the unified GOP majority.

Alabama Supreme Court stops same-sex marriage

The court said a federal court used “sleight of hand” in a ruling that led to same-sex unions last month.

Netanyahu greets Sen. Harry Reid. (Bill O'Leary/The Post)

Netanyahu makes his case on Iran deal — to those with little power to stop it

The Israeli prime minister bet he could raise the temperature of Congress, which could complicate or delay the nuclear talks.

    House Democrats seethe after address

    House Democrats seethe after address

    Minority leader Nancy Pelosi called the prime minister’s speech an “insult to the intelligence of the United States.”

    Local News

    Balmy temperatures today ahead
    of snowstorm expected overnight

    Balmy temperatures today ahead <br>of snowstorm expected overnight

    WEATHER GANG | More rain showers will fall today before changing to snow overnight.

    FBI: Suspect in shootings at NSA, Intercounty Connector is in custody

    FBI: Suspect in shootings at NSA, Intercounty Connector is in custody

    A suspect was being held by the FBI, who said he may have been involved in other area shootings.

    Suspect in U-Va. student Hannah Graham’s death to appear in court

    Suspect in U-Va. student Hannah Graham’s death to appear in court

    Lawyers for Jesse Matthew Jr. are expected to ask the judge to delay the case from its June trial date.

    With raise, D.C. schools chancellor makes more than mayor, police chief

    With raise, D.C. schools chancellor makes more than mayor, police chief

    Mayor Bowser said Kaya Henderson brought ‘dramatic improvements’ to the 47,000-student system.

    With massive science hall, GW shows desire to be a top research university

    With massive science hall, GW shows desire to be a top research university

    The $275 million, 500,000-square-foot facility becomes the largest of its kind among Washington universities.

    Century-old liberal arts college for women in rural Va. to close this year

    Century-old liberal arts college for women in rural Va. to close this year

    Sweet Briar College cited “insurmountable financial challenges” behind the decision.

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    Awash in cash, Bush asks donors to limit gifts to $1 million – for now

    Awash in cash, Bush asks donors to limit gifts to $1 million – for now

    The request reflected concerns that wealthy backers could be viewed as having too much sway.

    Review finds racial bias in Ferguson police force

    Review finds racial bias in Ferguson police force

    The Justice Department found racial bias in traffic stops, arrests and use of force, officials said.

    A woodworking plagiarism scandal brings controversy to HGTV

    A woodworking plagiarism scandal brings controversy to HGTV

    Fans of ‘‘Ellen’s Design Challenge” expressed outrage after the winner was brusquely disqualified.

    Scientists have figured out what makes Indian food so delicious

    Scientists have figured out what makes Indian food so delicious

    WONKBLOG | Indian food is something of an anomaly, but not for the reasons you might think.

    Real Estate

    Real Estate Matters | Adjust your fix-and-flip model for maximum profitability

    Real Estate Matters | Adjust your fix-and-flip model for maximum profitability

    Selling could have tax implications, so continue with buying and holding strategy.

    Federal Government

    Report says procedures put a chilling effect on potential FBI whistleblowers

    FEDERAL DIARY | A GAO report and Senate hearing look at protocol that dissuades feds from pointing out waste or abuse.

    National

    Jury selected in Boston Marathon bombing trial

    Jury selected in Boston Marathon bombing trial

    It took two months to seat a jury in the case, but on Tuesday the ten women and eight men were finally selected.

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