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As Supreme Court justices broke along familiar ideological lines, Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, a frequent swing vote, asked tough questions of both sides.
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Crowds gather outside the Supreme Court. (Astrid Riecken for The Post)
Guardsmen patrol near office buildings. (Patrick Semansky/AP)
John Woodrow Cox, Justin Jouvenal and Emma Brown
As authorities braced for further havoc, a conference was canceled, an Orioles game postponed and a mall closed.
Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said she didn’t want to overreact, but Gov. Larry Hogan and others questioned her response.
Michael A. Fletcher
ESSAY | Baltimore has a combustible mix of poverty, crime and hopelessness.
A mystery woman seen berating a black-clad teenager went viral online.
THE FIX | Controversy with the Clintons was — and still is — like gold for the powerful aggregator.
The irony is that Senate Democrats led the push seven years ago to privatize Capitol food service.
Pizza Paradiso founder Ruth Gresser makes a foray into custom-made pies with fast-casual Veloce.
LIVE Q&A | The Post columnist takes your questions on all things related to D.C. sports.
More than 6,000 people have already said they will be at the headphones-required dance party.
Award-winning authors, beloved children’s writers and workshops for all ages are planned for May 16.
This Supreme Court case could make gay marriage legal nationwide. Here’s what you need to know.
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The response followed a distress call, but no Americans were thought to be aboard the vessel.
As the quake toll exceeded 5,000, rescuers were taxed by the wall of mud and ice north of Kathmandu.
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The flood of cash in the Republican primary is washing away voters’ influence.
Roberto A. Ferdman
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Multiple fires engulf Baltimore overnight
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Clash of views as Supreme Court hears gay marriage arguments
Social video captures night of Baltimore protests, fires
China's iPhone love sends Apple soaring
A night in the streets with Baltimore protesters
Funerals continue after Nepal quake
Gray's mother: Don't tear up the city for my son
Gov. Hogan: National Guard was 'last resort' in Baltimore
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The two nations agreed to strengthen a wide variety of links, including trade and military cooperation.
Just 13 states still outlaw gay marriage. Here’s why their LGBT residents stay put.
COLUMN | An encounter with protesters ends with a stolen phone, then kindness.
The Wizards should savor what they became over the course of their first four-game playoffs sweep ever.
BUYING NEW |The Ashburn development offers high-end finishes and a soon-to-come Metro stop.
Food & Drink
FIRST BITE | H Street’s new retail, coffee and restaurant spot was worth the long wait.
FEDERAL EYE | The sprawling department touts the success of a one-year-old initiative to integrate its diverse components.
Police in Oceanside, Calif., said it took five officers to subdue the homicide suspect, later identified as David Strouth.
Both musical garnered 12 nominations. The show will be held on June 7.
Three NSO position players get a solo turn — and a chance to assert different, strong personalities.
Apple has officially launched the Apple Watch. So, uh, now what?
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