The Post’s premier daily podcast. Unparalleled reporting, insight and analysis — for your ears.
May tries to find a newer deal in Brussels.
Comics writer caught in Spider-Man's web.
The Post’s premier daily podcast. Unparalleled reporting, insight and analysis — for your ears.
Lawmakers voted to end U.S. military involvement in Yemen, expressing outrage and frustration with the president's refusal to condemn Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi despite the CIA’s finding that Mohammed likely is responsible.
Maria Butina, a gun-rights activist, is the first Russian national convicted of seeking to influence U.S. policy around the time of the 2016 election.
(Joyce Koh/The Post)
Marisa Harris never saw the boy on the bridge. And a year after her death on a busy Northern Virginia highway, he remains a mystery to her grieving family. This is what they did not know: What happened to the 12-year-old who didn’t die?
  • 10 hours ago
Here’s how to be a defensive online shopper — even on Amazon — in a world where data breaches are the new norm.
The story must be told.
Your subscription supports journalism that matters.
President Trump said that Michael Cohen, his former personal lawyer, pleaded guilty to charges related to the payments “in order to embarrass the president.”
Sen. James M. Inhofe (R-Okla.) said he was not involved in the decisions to purchase Raytheon stock, and has instructed his financial adviser to steer clear of defense and aerospace companies.
News outlets and social media reported on Cardinal George Pell’s conviction on charges related to sexual abuse despite a court order suppressing coverage of the case.
The Democrat, who is likely to become speaker next month, said the decision on whether to initiate the process will fall to the Ways and Means Committee.
The president’s comments in a video posted to Twitter come with lawmakers at an impasse over staving off a partial government shutdown Dec. 21.
Similar threats appeared from coast to coast, prompting investigations on college campuses in Washington state and Pennsylvania and spreading across New York, Washington, Chicago and San Francisco.
Jacob Anderson, 23, has also been banned from his new campus, the University of Texas at Dallas.
(Gillian Brockell/ The Washington Post)
Opinion | Here's what you need to know about Mueller's grand juries
Opinion | Here's what you need to know about Mueller's grand juries
Play Video 2:53
Naughty, instead of nice: Santa Clauses behaving badly
Play Video 1:07
Tracing the trail of anti-Soros content at Radio and Television Martí
Play Video 3:02
‘I took a chance’: Skeleton unearthed in Long Island basement identified as missing father
Play Video 1:30
Market Watch
Dow 24,597.38
Today 0.29%
S&P 2,650.54
Today 0.02%
NASDAQ 7,070.33
Today 0.39%
Last Updated:4:50 PM 12/13/2018
From Our Advertisers
This content is paid for by the advertiser and published by WP BrandStudio. The Washington Post newsroom was not involved in the creation of this content. Learn more about WP BrandStudio.