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Justices ruled unanimously for a man whose $42,000 Land Rover was seized after he sold a small amount of drugs.
Christopher Paul Hasson, whom court filings described as a self-proclaimed white nationalist, was arrested after federal investigators uncovered a cache of weapons and ammunition in his Maryland home.
The decision in the case of Shamima Begum came as the Islamic State was losing the last of its territory in Syria and countries across Europe are struggling with what to do about their citizens who went to fight on behalf of the terrorist group.
(Jhaan Elker/The Post)
Tech Review
Samsung’s new Galaxy S10 has a hole for the camera. Its Galaxy Fold closes up like a book. Is that enough to reignite sales? Our tech columnist tested out the S10 before its release Wednesday.
Smollett told police he was attacked in Chicago last month by two people who yelled racial and homophobic slurs.
Though abuse and sexuality have no correlation, according to widely accepted research, they have become intertwined on the church’s ideological battlefield, and some Catholics descending on Rome this week argue that Pope Francis is overlooking a problem.
Analysis
The special counsel may finish his report soon. But Americans may be kept in the dark far longer.
The Fix
Analysis
A New York Times report might shed new light on the then-acting attorney general’s testimony to the House Judiciary Committee earlier this month.
Lawmakers from both parties on Wednesday threw their support behind the director of national intelligence, who some worry may soon be dismissed.
The Daily 202
Analysis
The former president pleaded with a crowd of teenagers on Tuesday night to defy stereotypes about what it means to be a man of color.
Perspective
During her 45 years as an actor, Close has won three Tonys, three Emmys and three Globes. This year she scored her seventh Oscar nomination. But, as her acolytes know, she has yet to take a statue home. Fans hope this will be her year.
Perspective
The death this week of George Mendonsa, the sailor in the famous Times Square kiss photograph, prompted a reassessment of that moment. But it’s complicated to exhume and reexamine old stories.
(Adriana Usero/ The Washington Post)
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A family escaped Syria’s civil war. Then a fire killed seven of their children.
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‘It’s just politics’: National Butterfly Center fights border wall construction
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