The British prime minister will likely go to Brussels for a last-ditch attempt to seek new concessions from European Union leaders and write a deal that her own party can support.
The Daily 202
Analysis
For anyone, under any president, this is a hard job with a Herculean learning curve. But there are four reasons that this position is especially tough in the Trump administration.
The decision from the Supreme Court leaves in place lower court rulings that Medicaid recipients who receive services from Planned Parenthood can challenge a state’s decision to cut off public funding.
Minerva Cisneros was shot and killed by the father of her children. (Ilana Panich-Linsman for The Post)
Minerva Cisneros was shot and killed by the father of her children. (Ilana Panich-Linsman for The Post)
Murder With Impunity
A Washington Post analysis of 4,484 slayings of women found 46 percent died at the hands of an intimate partner. And in a close look at five cities, about a third of the male killers had been known to be a potential threat.
Fact Checker
Analysis
President Trump rarely backs off from his false statements in response to fact checks, so 14 of his repeated claims make the initial list.
The story must be told.
Your subscription supports journalism that matters.
The president pushed back on a court filing in which federal prosecutors said he directed payments to Karen McDougal and Stormy Daniels to silence them about alleged affairs.
The inquiry has rattled an industry that is portrayed in Washington as the white knight of U.S. health care. “This is most likely the largest cartel in the history of the United States,” said Joseph Nielsen, an assistant attorney general and antitrust investigator in Connecticut.
In an interview with “60 Minutes,” Musk said he was abiding by the settlement out of respect for the justice system, not because he agrees with federal securities regulators. 
A Hungarian soldier stands outside the parliament building in Budapest.
A Hungarian soldier stands outside the parliament building in Budapest.
A boy in Bucharest, Romania, looks at an exhibit commemorating the 1968 Soviet invasion of Prague.
A boy in Bucharest, Romania, looks at an exhibit commemorating the 1968 Soviet invasion of Prague.
Hundreds gathered in the streets of Warsaw in September to protest what they said was the Polish government's anti-constitutional push.
Hundreds gathered in the streets of Warsaw in September to protest what they said was the Polish government's anti-constitutional push.
Protesters gather in Warsaw in September.
Protesters gather in Warsaw in September.
A street in Prague is reflected in a train station window.
A street in Prague is reflected in a train station window.
Autocracy is making a comeback, seeping into parts of the world where it once appeared to have been vanquished. But it is a sleeker, subtler and more sophisticated version than before. Here are the stories of citizens fighting back.
  • 3 days ago
The Walk of Fame emblem is a magnet for vandalism in the West Coast’s war over the Trump presidency.
  • 15 hours ago
NFL Week 14
Analysis
The Dolphins scored an incredible last-second touchdown as a result of perfect execution — and help from the Patriots coach's stunning mistakes.
Market Watch
Dow 24,143.86
Today 1%
S&P 2,610.63
Today 0.85%
NASDAQ 6,955.75
Today 0.19%
Last Updated:10:49 AM 12/10/2018
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.