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The Opioid Files

Unsealed exhibits show pressure to sell opioid pills

Documents unsealed in a landmark lawsuit reveal internal concerns as drug companies sent out a record amount of opioids at the height of the epidemic.
The department did not name Apple, Amazon, Facebook or Google directly, but the inquiry could result in more scrutiny of them.

Britain’s next prime minister and Trump may be chums, but policy differences remain

The continuing disagreements between London and Washington include key issues such as Iran, Russia, climate change and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
(Whitney Leaming and Alice Li/The Post)

‘It will never be over for me’: Life after one of America’s deadliest wildfires

When a fire tore through Paradise, Calif., the residents became part of a growing population: Americans uprooted by extreme weather events and forced to reestablish themselves in new settings. Many have accepted they may never go home.
GOP lawmakers demanded deep spending cuts to raise the debt limit under President Obama, but are lifting the cap now without much complaint and adding hundreds of billions in new spending. The move has sparked cries of hypocrisy from Democrats.
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The president was discussing Article II of the Constitution at the Turning Point USA Teen Student Action Summit in Washington when he made the claim.
The House has also passed the measure, which will provide compensation to those sick or dying from exposure to toxic debris from the terrorist attacks.
President Daniel Ortega has responded to the nation's worst political unrest since the 1980s by banning protests and smothering dissent. The Catholic Church, one of the country’s last venues for protest, finds itself besieged.
The president called efforts to get his tax returns part of a campaign to expose his private information for political gain.
A state law fines companies that use words such as “turkey” or “steak” or “bacon” when describing products that aren’t derived from animals. The ACLU alleges that the law violates the free speech clause of the First Amendment.
(National Park Service/AP)
(National Park Service/AP)

The largest bird in North America was nearly wiped out. Here’s how it fought its way back.

Scientists captured the last 22 California condors left in the world in 1982 in order to breed the giant scavengers in captivity.
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As vice president, Joe Biden said Ukraine should increase gas production. Then his son got a job with a Ukrainian gas company.
(Sarah L. Voisin/The Post)
(Sarah L. Voisin/The Post)

Her husband was killed at the newspaper he loved. Now she’s finishing his life’s work.

A year after the Capital Gazette shooting, much is unfinished, but John McNamara’s book will publish this fall thanks to his wife, Andrea Chamblee.
(JM Rieger/The Washington Post)
7 questions Mueller did not answer in his report
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