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Sean Sullivan and Mike DeBonis
After the House failed to pass a 20-day stopgap funding bill, the Senate passed a one-week bill and held out hope that the House would follow suit as a midnight deadline approaches.
Sandhya Somashekhar, Jason Millman and Lena H. Sun
At least six states that refused to set up their own marketplaces fret over a possible court decision that would revoke subsidies for millions of Americans.
The body of Boris Nemtsov lies on a bridge near St. Basil's Cathedral. (Getty)
Michael Birnbaum and William Branigin
Boris Nemtsov, who was among leaders planning an opposition rally for Sunday, was shot on a bridge in the heart of Moscow.
They feared their names would be known after a TV reporter learned where they work, officials said.
Michael Alison Chandler and Aaron C. Davis
Mayor Bowser’s tweaks immediately expand the options for some families east of the Anacostia River.
State Sen. Mike Miller referred to Hitler’s “bigger lie” statement while attacking Gov. Hogan’s assertions.
Falls Church-based General Dynamics lobbies for at least part of a contract that it didn’t bid on.
Washington has a bounty of grand old theaters and an audience that always seems hungry for humor.
The men said Tony Nguyen touched them inappropriately during exams at his Manassas medical practice.
Opinion writer Charles Lane explains the deep irony of how Walker says he would deal with the Islamic State.
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The man behind the half-human, half-alien Mr. Spock understood his character’s plight as an outsider.
Matea Gold and Colby Itkowitz
The move could jolt the freewheeling campaign-finance atmosphere ahead of the 2016 elections.
Before an audience that was ready to embarrass him, he looked, in a word, presidential.
Inviting the Israeli prime minister to address lawmakers on Iran sets a bad precedent.
Soraya Nadia McDonald
The custom dress, worn on the red carpet by actress Lupita Nyong’o, was stolen from a hotel room.
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The irony of Scott Walker
An up-close look at the Post reporter now in an Iranian jail
Program turns prisoners into poets
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Mixed martial artist a fighter, feminist
D.C.'s new marijuana law, explained
DHS funding, by the numbers
Is Mayweather-Pacquiao fight worth the hype?
A Palestinian city caught in conflict
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THE FIX | Before an audience that was ready to embarrass him, he looked, in a word, presidential.
Daniel W. Drezner
The roiling debate over the color of the dress illustrates just how hard it is to agree on anything in world politics.
COLUMN | If pot is going to be mainstream, it shouldn’t be tough for a mom of two to find a party, right?
Washington’s top four defensemen trying to get through an entire season without missing a game.
Described in a 1935 article as “homes ahead of their times,” this semi-detached duplex in the Brightwood neighborhood was revolutionary in that era.
Food & Drink
Bonnie S. Benwick
Weekend Kitchen | What you bring to the table doesn’t have to be laden with sugar and its evil twins.
FEDERAL DIARY | IRS officials tell Congress about stark reductions in taxpayer services because of staff and budget cuts.
The shooter is believed to be among the dead, according to reports.
D.C.’s marijuana law offers many pitfalls for the cannabis connoisseur. The hardest part may be growing it.
He was one of the greatest players of all time. Now, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is turning heads with his commentary.
Frances Stead Sellers
We leave a trail of linguistic fingerprints, but as potential evidence to a crime, is it reliable?
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