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Michael Birnbaum and Griff Witte
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras must find a way to show Germany and other creditors that he has a credible path to rein in costs and one day repay his country’s massive loans.
The West’s alliance with Kurds has led to military victories but has upset Syrian rebels and threatens gains.
Workers leave the Trump International Hotel job site. (Matt McClain/Post)
The mogul’s withering remarks about illegal immigrants generated a mix of anger and fear among those from Latin America on the job at his $200 million hotel project five blocks from the White House.
Bill Turque and Josh Hicks
The 43 items would save $210 million and include fewer elevators, less art and no “green tracks.”
Forget swing sets and monkey bars. Kids now want swinging bridges and climbing walls.
Local law enforcement agencies never submitted the evidence to the state for testing, a report showed.
T. Rees Shapiro
Outnumbered by liberals, Elizabeth Schultz is used to defeat. Even so, she’s praised by many parents.
Lynh Bui and Wilborn P. Nobles III
Court records indicate the Pr. George’s homeowner and the man who was shot had a stormy history.
Brian Tucker, an 18-year veteran, received first-degree sex offense charges and was suspended without pay.
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Cosby onstage in January. (AP)
Justin Wm. Moyer
It was cited by the judge as he unsealed Cosby’s damaging deposition.
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Enjoy outdoor concerts, drink variations of the rickey, and meet the new host of “The Daily Show.”
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The suspect was released in defiance of numerous efforts to deport him back to his native Mexico.
CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | TV is oversaturated in shows geared only to stars maintaining their brands.
Her firing gave spark to tension that had been gathering between the company and its community.
Advocates of a demographic pivot say a strategy that encourages division will hurt Republicans.
New textbooks in the state assign slavery to a secondary role in causing the Civil War.
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The president will welcome the head of the Vietnamese Communist Party at the White House on Tuesday.
Daniel W. Drezner
Spoiler alert: The United States is not Greece.
COLUMN | The Nats’ newest president may be historically obscure, but he’s in it to win.
A spokesman for Mayweather called the move ‘a complete disgrace.’
Steve Wydler and Hans Wydler
Solar tubes to bring in natural light, pocket doors and electric outlets under the cabinets instead of in your backsplash pattern are some of the latest design ideas.
Food & Drink
“Mastering the Art of French Cooking” has inspired many similar titles. Is it right to ride on its coattails?
FEDERAL EYE | Authorities hope to minimize delays by jumpstarting the process with hard copy questionnaires.
Tens of thousands of adherents of the 152-year-old Protestant group will meet this week about the issue.
STYLE BLOG | The guy who wrote and sang some of the band’s best songs deserved to be remembered.
Young singers deliver a powerful “Roméo et Juliette” in the festival’s first season without its founder.
Will Greenberg and Elahe Izadi
Site moderators blacked out popular sections of the site last week after a well-liked Reddit employee was let go.
WONKBLOG | The stubborn persistence of city poverty and suburban wealth.
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