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Sudarsan Raghavan, William Booth and Ruth Eglash
Hours after a three-day humanitarian cease-fire between Israel and Hamas went into effect, the truce broke down and an Israeli soldier was abducted.
A missile whooshed overhead before destroying a home.
Ylan Q. Mui
For six straight months, the U.S. economy has added more than 200,000 jobs, the longest streak since the mid-’90s.
Eric Cantor suffered a stunning loss in June's primary. (Melina Mara/Post file)
Paul Kane and Sebastian Payne
The departing House majority leader announced he will resign from Congress, effective Aug. 18.
Ed O’Keefe, Robert Costa and Paul Kane
Leaders appear optimistic a day after a revolt within the GOP quashed a border security vote.
Rosalind S. Helderman, Matt Zapotosky and Justin Jouvenal
It could shatter the claim that the then-governor was unaware that Jonnie Williams bought the watch.
COLUMN | The prime players in this Virginia corruption case are all manipulators.
The governor says if Va. prospers, “it is not up to a governor to tell a private business what to do.”
Ryan Clark's special drink boosts energy, hastens recovery. (Post)
Older players go the extra mile by hiring personal chefs and special trainers to help extend their careers.
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U.N. official Christopher Gunness. (Al Jazeera)
A U.N. relief official’s emotional reaction to Gaza deaths fuels criticism of U.N. role in conflict.
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Paralegals were idle for almost four years but still got paid, including bonuses, a probe finds.
The university’s president said he could give a budget to meet the gallery’s needs within six weeks.
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THE FIX | A poll shows the law has never been more unpopular. So what does that really mean?
Joel Achenbach, Lena H. Sun and Caelainn Hogan
The patient will be treated in a special unit at Emory University.
REVIEW | This movie has a talking raccoon with a gun. Need we say more?
John Kerry has legitimized Hamas’s criminality.
VOLOKH | A law professor dissects an erroneous question on a quiz given to Ohio State students.
Gaza truce unravels
Eric Cantor to leave Congress early
Deadly gas blast hits Taiwan
U.N. official Chris Gunness breaks down discussing Gaza crisis
An Ebola patient coming to U.S. for treatment
China says Islamist militants kill pro-Beijing imam
Kerry: Parties must take advantage of 72-hour cease-fire
Sudanese Christian sentenced to death arrives in N.H.
Faith leaders arrested at deportation protest
Netanyahu vows to destroy Hamas tunnels
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Congress has passed a landmark bill to help veterans avoid long waits for health care and fix other problems at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Michael Q. McShane
The debate over teacher evaluation is shrouded in myth.
Jonetta Rose Barras
Priorities among District officials, or hopeful ones, are out of whack.
NATIONALS JOURNAL | Washington deals a young player with potential for a veteran capable of replacing Ryan Zimmerman.
Tudor Hall evokes spirited elegance of pre-Civil War times.
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Sleigh Bells rocks the Mad Decent Block Party and Cirque du Soleil returns to National Harbor.
Viewers want to like it, for good reasons (it’s on HBO, intense performances), but they can’t go on.
Unlike many others, the painter shows men’s role in the Roman woman’s tragic story.
FEDERAL EYE | Republicans will need more than circumstantial evidence to prove that Lerner led efforts to hinder conservative groups.
Q&A TRANSCRIPT | Tom Sietsema took questions, rants and raves on D.C. dining.
Florida thinks Bitcoin is a currency. Bitcoin advocates disagree. Wait, what?
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