FIFA president
to step down
amid scandal

Sepp Blatter called for an “extraordinary congress” to elect a new leader, which will be at least four months away. The FIFA president won a fifth term Friday despite the indictment of a number of FIFA officials on corruption charges.

Bill ending NSA phone data collection heads to Obama

The Senate ended more than a week of sharp debate by passing the USA Freedom Act, which will end the NSA’s bulk collection of phone records after a six-month transition period.

(Staff and wire photos)

The global foundation set out to solve some of the world’s most vexing problems, and in the process, gave the wealthy entrée to a former president and potential future one.

Local News

Lanier: Deadly shooting on I-295 may have been part of a traffic altercation

Lanier: Deadly shooting on I-295 may have been part of a traffic altercation

Two people were shot Thursday during rush hour in Northern Va.

At 11th hour, D.C. United considers ditching Washington for Virginia

At 11th hour, D.C. United considers ditching Washington for Virginia

Despite a nearly finalized stadium deal, the soccer team is receptive to a pitch from the Va. governor.

Va. man did 5,801 pull-ups in 24 hours to contend for a world record

Va. man did 5,801 pull-ups in 24 hours to contend for a world record

John Bocek wants to do 7,000 pull-ups in a day by the end of the year in case someone tries to top him.

Nationals shut out Blue Jays, 2-0,
in first game of double-header

Nationals shut out Blue Jays, 2-0, <br>in first game of double-header

In Tuesday’s first game, Washington’s Jordan Zimmermann provides a long, productive start.

Five new speed cameras are about to go live in D.C. Here’s where they are.

Five new speed cameras are about to go live in D.C. Here’s where they are.

D.C. will begin issuing tickets as the 30-day grace period nears its end for cameras that went in last month.

Five free things to do this week

Five free things to do this week

Have a bike and movie night, swing dance, celebrate Caribbean culture, or go to a poetry reading.

More Top Stories

Hundreds remain missing after
ship sinks in China’s Yangtze River

Hundreds remain missing after <br> ship sinks in China’s Yangtze River

Crew members said the vessel carrying more than 450 people got caught in a cyclone.

Poll: Hillary Clinton dominates,
but her image is eroding

Poll: Hillary Clinton dominates, <br> but her image is eroding

She is leading the Democratic nomination contest, but no front-runner has emerged for the GOP.

House panel calls on Iran to release Americans being held in its prisons

House panel calls on Iran to release Americans being held in its prisons

The committee heard pleas from families of those being detained, including The Post’s Jason Rezaian.

Video shows assistant pastor pushing trooper before fatal shooting in Okla.

Video shows assistant pastor pushing trooper before fatal shooting in Okla.

What was supposed to be a roadside rescue quickly escalated into a fatal altercation.

Politics

Can we please stop acting like campaign finance is a major voting issue?

Can we please stop acting like campaign finance is a major voting issue?

THE FIX | Outside of committed campaign finance reform advocates -- a single-digit percentage of the overall population -- getting big money out of politics simply isn’t a voting priority.

Sports

Nationals-Blue Jays game postponed; split doubleheader Tuesday

Nationals-Blue Jays game postponed; split doubleheader Tuesday

NATIONALS JOURNAL | The first game on Tuesday will be at 1 p.m. and the second game at 7 p.m.

Federal Government

Watchdog: EPA workers get away
with timesheet fraud, watching porn

Watchdog: EPA workers get away <br> with timesheet fraud, watching porn

FEDERAL EYE | The inspector general describes a “culture of complacency” when it comes to employee misconduct.

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