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Said barber Markeith Muskelly, “You go to work and you see someone get killed. How would it impact you?”
A rising number of shootings in cities nationwide has led to more deaths, left communities including the District struggling to quell gun violence and put residents on edge.
(The Washington Post)
Hundreds of protesters marched through Tokyo on July 23, opposing Olympic officials holding the games during the coronavirus pandemic.
New rolls of sheet steel at the NUCOR Steel Gallatin plant in Ghent, Ky., in 2018. (AP)
At least a dozen profitable major U.S. companies that paid little or no U.S. income tax in 2020 are active in industry groups that object to helping fund with taxes the same public work projects they want to profit from, according to interviews and data compiled by The Washington Post.
Lisa Shrem (left) and Estelle Hedaya, who is still missing. (Courtesy of Lisa Shrem)
Those close to Estelle Hedaya are still waiting to hear news of the outgoing New York native.
In a summer of deadly heat, passive cooling can keep people safe and curb carbon emissions. Here are the simple steps you can take.
Raging wildfires in the West are affecting air quality across the United States. Here's what you need to know to stay safe.
The state previously allowed 17-year-olds to be married with parental and judicial consent, which advocates criticized as a loophole allowing parents to force minors into marriage.
Nine people have been charged with illegally acting as foreign agents in an effort to repatriate dissidents whom Chinese government officials wanted to lure back and punish, authorities said Thursday.
Officials said the 200 infections and four deaths show that vaccines have largely protected the more than 375,000 District residents who are fully vaccinated.
A Virginia restaurant owner is taking a bold move to be coronavirus free. And he deserves to be lauded for his resolve.
(Craig Hudson for The Washington Post)
D.C. police are investigating the incident that sent diners ducking for cover and occurred days after the fatal shooting of a 6-year-old girl in Southeast Washington and a shootout outside Nationals Park.
A traveler turns over his bag to a handler at Denver International Airport earlier this month. (AP)
Despite some concerns about the delta variant of the coronavirus, airline executives say they are upbeat the recovery will stay.
Kaseya said it obtained the computer key from a "trusted third party."
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Fans celebrate the Milwaukee Bucks’ NBA championship Thursday. (Aaron Gas/AP)
The parade’s conclusion is at Fiserv Forum, where the Bucks defeated the Phoenix Suns in Game 6 to win their first NBA championship since 1971.
Clemson sophomore D.J. Uiagalelei is among several ACC quarterbacks to receive financial compensation through endorsement deals.
The body of 61-year-old Fred Zalokar, an accomplished distance runner and mountain climber, was recovered on Mount Clark, said the National Park Service.
With teams’ training camps at hand, 78 percent of NFL players have received at least one vaccine dose.
The forward will miss about three months with a broken bone in his right foot. He is the second starter to be sidelined for a significant period.
Nicolas Jaar, left, and Dave Harrington of Darkside. (Jed DeMoss)
The duo of Nicolas Jaar and Dave Harrington disappeared after a momentous debut. They explain their absence and what’s behind the new “Spiral.”
The Netflix series sustains its love triangle by focusing more on Devi's emotional growth than her relationship with either Ben or Paxton.
Notaro's HBO special "Drawn" takes her live performances and puts them to animation.
Check out a sweetly oddball comedy, a biopic, a fantasy romance, a horror film and a sci-fi thriller.
A three-artist show raises the temperature with novel and colorful approaches.