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The ACLU is demanding answers about the previously secret nighttime aerial surveillance by city and federal authorities in the wake of protests and unrest over the death of Freddie Gray.
Stephanie Kirchner and Brian Murphy
Andreas Lubitz apparently plotted the suicide dive that killed 150 people in March by practicing on an earlier flight, according to French aviation experts.
Then and now: A factory in Hershey, Cuba. (Family photo, Sarah Voisin/Post)
Founded in 1916 by U.S. chocolate tycoon Milton S. Hershey, the model town had a social club and golf course and never fit into the Cuban government’s caricature of predatory capitalism.
Cheryl W. Thompson
Stephanie Rawlings-Blake works to pick herself up after public backlash after Freddie Gray’s death.
Peter Hermann and Lynh Bui
Edward Nero’s attorney argues that Gray’s arrest was justified because the knife was illegal.
WEATHER GANG | The D.C. area is now in the midst of an extended run with highs near 80 to the mid-80s.
Michael E. Ruane
As the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle nears its 175th anniversary, it hopes to finish the instrument.
The Canadian neurologist said when the man’s wheelchair rolled off the platform, he acted on instinct.
Sam Tsemberis was a psychologist doing outreach for the mentally ill when he stumbled upon a solution.
The compound’s iron fencing apparently wasn’t enough; now it’s topped with razor wire.
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Frank Freshwaters in 1959 and 2015. (Reuters)
Michael E. Miller
56 years later, marshals catch up to an escaped felon.
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An injured wrist kept Washington’s all-star in a suit, and Atlanta pulled away late to even the series at 1-1.
Helena Andrews and Emily Heil
RELIABLE SOURCE | The couple is perhaps best known for hosting an epic annual “garden brunch.”
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Sari Horwitz and Adam Goldman
Officials were analyzing the shooters’ electronic devices to see if others were involved in the plot.
Some (Republicans) tout a sea change. Others (Democrats) view it as dealing with low-hanging fruit.
Prime Minister David Cameron is unleashing a passion few voters have ever seen.
Cecilia Kang and Will Hobson
Sports used to be the only genre that was safe from piracy. Now it’s easy to set up illegal live streams.
Michael E. Miller
The Facebook executive posted a heart-wrenching statement after Dave Goldberg’s memorial service.
Being the candidate of the little guy is a worthy aim, but the super-rich won’t give him a chance.
In an official opinion, Attorney General Herring restores legal logic to keep Virginia’s clinics open.
WONKBLOG | These are reasons to heap scorn on 20-somethings and not feel so old doing it.
A poem for Baltimore: 'Where the power at?'
Dave Goldberg, 'a brilliant boss'
3 ways McDonald's is changing its menu
Are the Nationals finally on track?
Who is Pamela Geller?
Dreaming of the perfect sound, with a half completed organ
Why can't Avengers and X-Men team up?
Rise of the machine as movie villain
Who is Baltimore prosecutor Marilyn J. Mosby?
Date Lab: Missy and Pat
How women are making it big in small business
WASHINGTON POST LIVE | On Friday, SBA Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet will join female business owners to talk about finding mentors and creating ideas. Register to attend.
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Philip Rucker, Rosalind S. Helderman and Tom Hamburger
As the Clintons showcase their charity’s work, some criticize a Moroccan mining firm’s donations.
Dale Margolin Cecka
Anonymous callers make unsubstantiated accusations all the time. And once CPS gets involved, families get trapped.
COLUMN | E. Ethelbert Miller spent 40 years there and headed the African American Resource Center.
Right-hander leaves after three innings with an injury and the lineup fails to deliver in the clutch.
TOWN SQUARE | The 8.5-acre property, which dates back to the 1700s, includes pastures, a koi pond, a log cabin and a barn.
Food & Drink
$20 DINER | Chef Frank Linn displays an obsessive focus at his Kensington pizzeria.
FEDERAL DIARY | A survey said the political environment, senior leadership and the work culture drive workers away.
The judges reversed an earlier ruling; lawyers said they will appeal the privacy case to the Supreme Court.
Marcus J. Moore
With frontman Chad Clark dealing with health issues, the D.C.-area band was in a holding pattern.
From the author of “The Gathering,” a tale of a matriarch’s joys and disappointments.
Comcast says its subscribers for high-speed Internet have surpassed cable television customers for the first time.
Target-date funds — one of the most popular retirement funds — are growing less expensive. People are smarter about using them, too.
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