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First 100 Days
But the next few months will not get any easier for the president. While Republicans have control of Congress and set the agenda, they have few opportunities to pass partisan priorities before turning to a series of complicated subjects that require bipartisan action.
On his 100th day in office, the president had fun in “wonderful, beautiful” Harrisburg, where it felt like last year again with lusty cheers and smiling faces for him. He bashed the bad guys of the media and Hollywood and the swamp he’d just left. And he promised jobs and greatness.
The Take
Analysis
Midterm losses in the House are the norm for the party in power, and the president isn’t helping the GOP’s cause.
Bartender and manager Cesar Salinas pours a beer at the Subway Inn in New York. (Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post)
Bartender and manager Cesar Salinas pours a beer at the Subway Inn in New York. (Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post)
We hit the road to find the diviest of dives based on these guidelines: They must have history; they must have regulars; they can’t be expensive; they can’t have craft cocktails. Here are eight bars from across the nation that have risen to the surface.
The White House Correspondents’ Association punched back at an administration that has denigrated it, tried to discredit it and, ultimately, snubbed it this weekend. 
Stanley Cup Playoffs
Round 2, Game 2
Washington pulled goalie Braden Holtby after two periods en route to a 6-2 loss that left the team down two games to none in its second-round series with Pittsburgh.
Multiyear road projects have taken a toll on residents in the District where aging infrastructure is in grave need of upgrades.
With the fluke injury, Washington lost the leadoff man for whom it surrendered three top prospects this winter.
David Watson, accused of attempted murder involving police officers, slipped out of handcuffs and a waist chain before evading guards and fleeing into the woods Friday morning.
Managers at the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority have moved toward privatizing parts of the system, and the changes are expected to save the system nearly $400 million over the next 10 years, officials there said.
Capital Weather Gang
Isolated thunderstorms are possible in the evening after a day of record-breaking warmth.
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It was the most powerful tornado to ever strike the Mid-Atlantic, killing five, injuring 120 and causing more than $100 million in damage.
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Lawrence J. Hogan Sr., a Maryland political figure who rose to national prominence in 1974, died last week at the age of 88.
Perspective
With smart moves in free agency and now the draft, Washington has allayed concerns that the firing of Scot McCloughan would devastate the franchise.
This D.C.-area man’s hobby is making elaborate meals for people who lead some of the best kitchens.
Want to be an adventure tour leader? You have a better chance of getting into Dartmouth.
This Instagram star says people don’t have to be willowy or wear Lululemon to get on the mat.
In 1967, these graduates from Quantico were shipped to Vietnam. They would fight in some of the bloodiest battles of the war. Some lasted only a few days.
Perspective
Nobody told the sweeping story of 20th-century America like David Halberstam, whose all-consuming approach to information gathering allowed him to take on anything.
Before Joshua’s dramatic technical knockout of Klitschko in the 11th round, the heralded phenom found himself pushed to the limit by a future Hall of Famer who, in defeat, proved mightier than he ever had in victory.
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Organizers of the annual Roses Parade through a quiet Portland neighborhood canceled the event days ago because of fears of violence, but the threatened clash between the left-wing and right-wing groups went on.
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The country’s poor were loyal supporters of the late Hugo Chavez, but their growing loss of faith in his successor could be a key factor in determining whether President Nicolás Maduro can stay in office.
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