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House votes to condemn Trump’s racist remarks

The imagery of the 240-to-187 vote was stark: A diverse Democratic caucus cast the president’s words as an affront to millions of Americans while Republican lawmakers — the majority of them white men — stood with Trump against the resolution.
Con­demned Trump’s remarks
Criti­cized Demo­crats and Trump
Have not said or unclear
Support­ed Trump’s remarks

Head of Planned Parenthood ousted in dispute over management style, mission

Leana Wen’s departure comes as the health-care and reproductive rights group faces political and financial peril over its commitment to abortion services.

Facebook privately pitched its cryptocurrency plan last month to regulators. They were left even more scared.

The early encounter shows how Facebook, despite several years of run-ins with policymakers, is paying the price in Washington for the lack of trust resulting from its many privacy scandals.
(Tyler Mallory for The Post)
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JFK Jr. and Carolyn showed us the right way to be famous for being famous

On the 20th anniversary of their deaths, an examination of how the couple was a model of discretion — before the age of celebrities as sponsored content.
The plaintiffs argue that U.S. immigration law does not disqualify asylum seekers on the basis of how they reach U.S. soil.
Campaign 2020
New fundraising numbers, combined with poor poll numbers, paint a dire picture for a few candidates.
A federal judge found that Stone, a longtime confidant of President Trump, violated a gag order, saying she may seek a contempt hearing after the trial.
The firebrand Philippine leader, often criticized for offensive and crass remarks about women, left many people in the country baffled after he approved a new law against sexual harassment.
The White House prepared remarks in case the Apollo 11 astronauts couldn’t return to Earth.
The dry-witted BBC series "Fleabag" earned 11 nominations, and Christina Applegate was nominate for her role in "Dead to Me."
A new book explains the sudden death of the golden age of dining out in America.

50 years after Apollo, conspiracy theorists are still howling at the ‘moon hoax’

The idea that NASA faked the landing proves as durable as the lunar rocks.
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By The Way
Nice prices for domestic travel are forecast through summer, but rising oil prices could have an effect on costs a year from now, says a data scientist at a fare-prediction app.
(Jesse Dittmar)
(Jesse Dittmar)
The “Star Trek” icon has a new graphic novel about his experience in a Japanese American internment camp: “I have to tell this story before there’s no one left to tell it."
(Elyse Samuels, Allie Caren/The Washington Post)
Small but united: Understanding the four-congresswomen 'squad'
Small but united: Understanding the four-congresswomen 'squad'
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Sen. King: Anti-immigrant sentiment is nothing new, but White House tweets inflame it
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‘Part of me died that night’: Life after surviving the Charleston church shooting
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Demonstrators protest telescope installation in Hawaii
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