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Sudarsan Raghavan, William Booth and Ruth Eglash
The U.N. Relief and Works Agency said the shelling that killed at least 20 people at the school-turned-shelter was a violation of international law.
Spencer S. Hsu
Nearly every criminal case examined by the FBI and Justice Dept. has included flawed forensic testimony, officials said.
Readers expressed outrage over Etto's $17 pizzas. (Goldberg for The Post)
CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | Americans usually think “bigger is better,” but that belief has dulled us to the true costs of high-quality food.
Matt Zapotosky, Rosalind S. Helderman and Laura Vozzella
The ex-Va. first lady developed a “crush” on the star witness at the trial, defense lawyers said.
ARCHITECTURE REVIEW | It lacks flourishes, but the line has a worthy goal of suburb integration.
Q&A TRANSCRIPT | The Post critic weighs in on your questions, rants and raves about D.C. dining.
A look at where the upstart industry is headed as it grows up and food becomes more expensive.
Believe it or not, ideas like a high-speed rail from Georgetown to Dulles were once on the table.
Prosecutors say a messy divorce propelled a husband and wife to kill the man’s former partner in Md.
Post correspondent Jason Rezaian and his wife Yeganeh Salehi are being held by Iran’s government.
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Ylan Q. Mui
The data help bolster hopes that the long-simmering recovery is becoming self-sustaining.
POSTEVERYTHING | A Cook Political Report analyst calls the Louisiana Republican “fact-averse.”
STORYLINE | Why the underground market is taking off months after legalization.
He’s discovering that leading the world is harder than it looks.
Rubin: Time for Kerry to resign
THE INTERSECT | No one really reads your social media profile — they just care what you look like.
U.N. school in Gaza hit by deadly shelling
Sierra Leone's top Ebola doctor dies from the virus
Economy boosted by 2nd quarter growth
Broken water main floods UCLA
At least 20 chikungunya cases in New Jersey
Ribs are on Obama in Kansas City
Argentina continues debt talks to avoid default
NCAA settles head-injury lawsuit
Obama announces expansion of sanctions on Russia
Jury awards Ventura $1.8M in defamation case
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Loose federal disclosure rules leave much room for interpretation.
James David Lee
What it’s like to become one of the vilified gentrifiers in my own city.
After ruling, George Lyon concealed a revolver in a pocket holster, walked out of his D.C. home and took a stroll.
WIZARDS INSIDER | John Wall isn’t looking just to take one more step after reaching the conference semifinals. He wants the Wizards to go after the whole Eastern Conference.
Nancy Simmons Starrs
Check with management companies on their policies and consider renting a single-family house.
Going Out Guide
The large, free concert had become a staple of the summer concert season since 2009.
CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | After “Sharknado” captivated pop culture with sharksnark, SyFy is trying again.
The group challenging the disposal plan contends that the institution is financially healthier than portrayed.
FEDERAL EYE | During his confirmation hearing last week, Robert McDonald laid out a series of actions he would take during his first 90 days in office.
Q&A TRANSCRIPT | Freedom to Marry’s Evan Wolfson joined columnist Steven Petrow to take questions.
The once-sleepy agency has quickly become a battleground for who will control how government and innovation intersect in the US.
WONKBLOG | Banks, facing competition from Wal-Mart and others, have begun to soften their overdraft policies.
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