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How America failed students with disabilities during the pandemic

Many of the more than 7 million American students with special needs suffered significant setbacks during the pandemic, when schools went virtual and could not fulfill their individualized education plans.
  • May 20, 2021

A terrible crime, a patient waiting for a transplant: The tragic, redemptive journey of one heart

Three decades ago, a young man murdered his girlfriend and killed himself. What happened next to his heart was extraordinary.
  • Sep 30, 2019

What do Native Americans want from a president?

The ways Native America penetrates non-Native America’s consciousness these days can be exceedingly superficial. We wanted to hear from them.
  • May 13, 2019

An affair. The mob. A murder.

An ATF agent led a ‘double life.’ Then his girlfriend turned up dead.
  • Dec 3, 2018

The ultimate holiday gift guide

Washington Post editors have expertly curated a list of the best gifts to get your faves for any holiday occasion.
  • Nov 1, 2018

Meet the 2018 Democratic candidates for Maryland governor BROKEN DONT USE

Here’s what you need to know about the six Democrats competing in the June 26 Maryland primary to challenge Republican Gov. Larry Hogan.
  • Jun 13, 2018

Meet the 2018 Democratic candidates for Maryland governor

Here’s what you need to know about the six Democrats competing in the June 26 Maryland primary to challenge Republican Gov. Larry Hogan.
  • Jun 13, 2018

I went to Alaska in winter to see the northern lights. In the daytime, I saw much more.

At night, stalk the aurora borealis. When the sun is up, make pie, ride the train and look for moose.
  • Mar 29, 2018

7-foot-7 basketball player Robert Bobroczkyi is a star attraction despite rarely playing

Romanian teenager Robert Bobroczkyi’s extraordinary height has given him opportunity, and a long list of physical and social challenges, at a sports academy in Ohio.
  • Jan 26, 2018

The controversy over Essure, the only permanent female contraceptive device

In 2002, the FDA approved the much-heralded permanent contraceptive device. Why are so many women speaking out against it?
  • Jul 26, 2017
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