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Lisa Daunhauer wanted to be one of the few to get off disability benefits. But first she had to succeed at Walmart.
A family on the fringes prays for the “right diagnoses”
From political upheaval at home and abroad to natural disasters and terrorism, these are the images that drove the debates of 2016
After losing their parents to overdoses, three children in West Virginia confront what it means to grow up in the midst of one of the country's biggest public health crises.
A Washington Post photographer captures the splendor of fall along Colorado’s San Juan Skyway.
The days of waiting -- for a key injection that could help curb her heroin cravings -- seem to go on forever.
Militias succeed in reducing illegal logging, but their tactics raise fears of greater violence.
A photo essay marking the 50th anniversary of the civil rights rally.