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The federal agency is trying to mend ties with cities and police departments, but few publicly say whether they will participate in the successor to the scrapped Secure Communities effort.
A procedural vote on a Senate bill failed, but some hard-liners have said they are willing to force a government shutdown if federal support to the women’s health-care provider is not curtailed.
Carthan walks through Tchula's downtown. (Lucian Perkins for The Post)
Eddie Carthan was mayor of a town that wasn’t ready to break from its past. Decades later, he’s again trying to change its trajectory.
Cathy Lanier held a summit with other chiefs, all feeling “a sense of urgency because people are dying.”
Justice Jane Marum Roush was sworn in last week but could be replaced as soon as next month.
A vendor’s bankruptcy and changes that followed stalled the system’s expansion for nearly two years.
The monument was spray-painted with “Black Lives Matter” after officials launched plans to relocate it.
The loss was the fourth straight after Washington was swept by the Mets, the new division leader.
His positions on key issues, like abortion and health care, appear radically different through the years.
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Refuting a claim that “No Irish Need Apply” job advertisements were rare, she turned interest into action.
Learn about the writing of young women in Cape Town, sample some cannoli, and see an outdoor movie.
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The Fox News fixture is set to take on the unwieldy size of the field and what he calls the “Trump factor.”
Careful reviews from expected allies will leave the Capitol Hill outcome uncertain for weeks.
The billionaire industrialist has forged a friendship with the head of the United Negro College Fund.
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The move likely sets up a long battle with creditors as it seeks to restructure $73 billion in loans.
Donald Trump is not the only candidate going well over the top to impress Republican primary voters.
Although a second-best plan, President Obama’s action will help combat global warming.
POSTEVERYTHING | Homeowners: Instead of putting nature in its place, find your place in nature.
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As it is unveiled, the White House’s Clean Power Plan sparks angry rhetoric, careful strategizing by opponents.
Hope Loudon and Elizabeth Loudon
Stop enforcing bad custody agreements by locking kids up.
COLUMN | With 45 killed in July, the last time this much blood was shed, it was August of 1972.
The Nationals manager continues to face criticism over how he deploys his relievers.
Nancy Simmons Starrs
A house offers more room, flexibility -- and quiet. A high-rise offers more amenities and plenty of ways to be social.
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Welcome to the Hotlist, a monthly preview of the happenings you shouldn’t miss in the weeks ahead. Here’s what’s coming up in August.
FEDERAL EYE | Colleen M. Kelley talks about victories for federal employees and frustrations during her 16 years as president of the National Treasury Employees Union before she retires next week.
The woman remains in critical condition while the condition of her baby is unknown, according to the Fresno County Sheriff’s Department.
Stewart ripped some people apart. But he genuinely enjoyed some, as well.
The musical by Benj Pasek, Justin Paul and Steven Levenson has its world premiere at Arena Stage.
Some are reading a lot into reports that Siri may soon offer voicemail transcription.
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