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The Indiana governor urged lawmakers to move legislation this week making it clear that the law “does not give businesses a right to deny service to anyone.”
Scott Clement and Peyton M. Craighill
According to a new Post-ABC poll, 59 percent of Americans support a deal but they aren’t confident it will prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons.
The scene of the shooting that left one dead. (Washington Post staff/AP)
Peter Hermann, Sari Horwitz and Ellen Nakashima
What first looked like an attempt to breach security now appears to have been a wrong turn by two men who police believe stole a vehicle and perhaps didn’t stop because they had drugs inside.
Dana Hedgpeth and Justin Jouvenal
Wossen Assaye, who overpowered a guard at Inova Fairfax, is considered armed and dangerous.
Developers who have already built the controversial tall buildings will be able to put four condo units inside.
The new service is an app called DoorDash, whose network of delivery ”dashers” is similar to Uber.
Stymied by employers wary of her record, Shari L. Thomas wonders: “When is enough enough?”
Children usually can’t donate organs, but this case was different: Her diseased liver offered a cure.
The Terps claimed the final spot in the women’s semifinals with a 58-48 victory over the Volunteers.
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MRSA attacks a human cell. (Rocky Mountain Labs, NIAID, NIH)
Justin Wm. Moyer
The superbug shrugs at even the deadliest weapons modern medicine offers.
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GET THERE | The dicey move jeopardizes their financial future, but it has drawn government attention.
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Ali al-Mujahed and Hugh Naylor
The deaths came a day after an airstrike killed dozens at a camp for refugees in northern Yemen.
Spence Jackson had been outspoken about an “anti-Semitic” whisper campaign against his boss.
Reporters often encounter closed doors when seeking data and interviews from the administration.
Why the U.S. envies Lee Kuan Yew’s achievements in Singapore.
Indiana’s religious freedom bill, explained
3 myths about spending time with your kids
Drawing as an act of defiance
Meet Trevor Noah, the new 'Daily Show' host
Beyond Ebola: Building a family of strangers
Late-night laughs: Ted Cruz 2016 edition
Harry Reid through the years
Hundreds line up for marijuana seeds
Date Lab: Devron and Camila
Can Ryan Zimmerman deliver on first?
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FACT CHECKER | There are narrow but possibly important differences between the Indiana law and the one supported by President Obama.
So much for that “fresh perspective” on race.
COLUMN | We have, at long last, scientific proof that more of mom isn’t necessarily better.
The Terrapins pull away late to beat Tennessee, 58-48, and advance to their second straight Final Four to play Connecticut.
A hike in the interest rates and/or a government shutdown could have a significant impact on whether house hunters maintain the financial ability and confidence to become buyers.
Food & Drink
Bonnie S. Benwick
WEEKEND KITCHEN | The new author doesn’t always agree, foodwise, with her famous father.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
IN THE LOOP | The fears of the merely wealthy, eager for postings at U.S. embassies, may be unfounded.
Ashley Halsey III
Distracted-driving awareness month brings a slew of surveys and polls with some surprising results.
Refresh your Easter brunch or dinner with these Washington Post-tested recipes.
French concept artist Floriane Marchix (“Penguins of Madagascar“) draws a dance of contrasts to salute Eiffel Tower’s 126th anniversary.
The telco’s app could rely largely on advertising for revenue, making it much cheaper than its rivals.
WONKBLOG | China’s economy is slowing down, but its stocks are up more than anything else in the world the last nine months. What gives?
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