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Mar-a-Lago search appears focused on whether Trump, aides withheld items
By Devlin Barrett, Josh Dawsey, Rosalind S. Helderman, Jacqueline Alemany and Spencer S. Hsu
Analysis: U.S. joins other democracies in investigating former leaders
Perspective: Oh, how the powerful wail and whine
Simmering threat of violence from the right comes to fore with search of Trump property
FBI’s search of Mar-a-Lago puts Merrick Garland in the middle of a political firestorm
Donald Trump has been preparing for this moment for a long time
Tim Michels celebrates in Waukesha, Wis., after winning the primary. (Joshua Lott/The Post)
Trump-backed candidate wins in Wisconsin; Omar survives close primary in Minn.
By Annie Linskey and Patrick Marley39 minutes ago
Rep. Ilhan Omar survives close primary after campaign focused on policing
Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler (R), who voted to impeach Trump, concedes in Washington state
Minn. 1st District Special
Estimated 60 percent of votes counted
Brad Finstad39,12753.7%
Jeff Ettinger32,15144.1
Other candidates1,6372.2
Wis. Governor
Estimated 92 percent of votes counted
Tim Michels
Rebecca Kleefisch282,15742.3
Timothy Ramthun39,5315.9
Other candidates31,2284.7
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Officials to charge suspect in shootings of Muslim men in Albuquerque
By Katie Shepherd
(Alessia Pierdomenico/Bloomberg)
Domino’s leaves Italy, where — surprise — diners prefer local pizza
By Emily Heil
GOP hysteria over the Mar-a-Lago search is an invitation to violence
Opinion by Dana Milbank
Trump should make the search warrant public
Opinion by Hugh Hewitt
The Dark Brandon meme can’t escape death
Opinion by Molly Roberts
What Cracker Barrel can teach us about how to deal with social media cranks
Opinion by Megan McArdle
The critics are wrong. School lockdown drills can help save lives.
Opinion by Jaclyn Schildkraut and Amanda Nickerson
Congress has a chance to pass the most significant conservation law in decades
Opinion by the Editorial Board
Minnesota county settles with minority officers blocked from interacting with Chauvin
By Holly Bailey
Judge denies LIV golfers’ bid to play in PGA Tour’s playoffs
By Rick Maese
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Democrats seek edge with women as Michigan prepares to vote on abortion
By Hannah Knowles
Experts raise questions about Russian claims on blast that killed Ukrainian POWs
By Joyce Sohyun Lee, Samuel Oakford, Claire Parker and Mary Ilyushina
(Alberto Pezzali/AP)
For Serena Williams, retirement could be just the latest reinvention
By Sally Jenkins
Actress Anne Heche is in a coma after crashing car into home, rep says
By Julian Mark
In ‘remarkable’ moment, Little Leaguer hugs opponent after scary pitch
By Des Bieler
Rep. Ilhan Omar survives close primary after campaign focused on policing
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Nationals end skid behind homers from Keibert Ruiz, Joey Meneses
1 hour ago
Trump-backed Michels wins in Wis.; Omar survives close primary in Minn.
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Mar-a-Lago search appears focused on whether Trump, aides withheld items
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3Simmering threat of violence comes to fore with search of Trump property
4Donald Trump has been preparing for this moment for a long time
5Minnesota primary elections results
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As workers toil in extreme heat, industries fight protections
While California and Washington have adopted workplace rules to address heat exposure, many other states’ attempts to mandate these protections have been blocked or weakened.
By Anna Phillips
Northern Mexico has a historic water shortage. These maps explain why.
By Kasha Patel and Lauren Tierney
Another wave of extreme heat targets Europe, prompting alerts
By Matthew Cappucci
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Massive rainfalls are overwhelming U.S. infrastructure
By Brady Dennis
Salt in water sources becoming worrisome in D.C. region, experts warn
By Antonio Olivo
Stress of climate change is aging lizards before they’re even born
By Dino Grandoni
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A four-day workweek could improve climate, depending on how you spend Day 5
By Allyson Chiu
Fauci warns of ‘trouble’ for those with coronavirus BA.5 variant if not up to date on vaccines
By Lindsey Bever
Transportation Dept. wants vouchers for air passengers who cancel travel because of covid-19
By Ian Duncan
When you have covid, here’s how you know you are no longer contagious
By Lena H. Sun and Joel Achenbach
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By Rachel Pannett, Fenit Nirappil, Meryl Kornfield, Timothy Bella and Lindsey Bever
Struggle to protect gay, bisexual men from monkeypox exposes inequities
By Fenit Nirappil
Limited monkeypox vaccine supply would be stretched under FDA plan
By Dan Diamond and Fenit Nirappil
What to know about monkeypox while traveling
By Alexis Benveniste
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How a former Fla. political operative broke the Mar-a-Lago FBI story
Peter Schorsch, publisher of FloridaPolitics.com, tweeted the scoop about the FBI's search of Donald Trump's property.
By Elahe Izadi
Rep. Scott Perry says the FBI seized his phone
By Perry Stein
House can view Trump’s tax records, appeals court rules
By Paul Duggan
The CritiquePerspective
Oh, how the powerful wail and whine
By Robin Givhan
Suddenly, it’s the right that wants to defund law enforcement
By Philip Bump
The FixAnalysis
Biden’s summer blitz reinforces how vital a small number of voters can be
By Aaron Blake
Explosions rock Russian air base in Crimea
By Reis Thebault, Jennifer Hassan, Sean Fanning, Adam Taylor, Robyn Dixon and Sammy Westfall
Kremlin sharply critical of Ukraine’s call for travel ban on Russians
New Ukraine military package is largest yet, Pentagon says
At least 8 dead in Seoul-area flooding amid record rainfall
About 15 inches of rain hit southwestern Seoul on Monday, according to the Korean Meteorological Administration.
By Min Joo Kim, Andrew Jeong, Sammy Westfall and Jason Samenow
‘Greek Watergate’ wiretap scandal throws government into turmoil
By Karina Tsui
London police’s strip searches of hundreds of kids spark investigation
By Ellen Francis
United States returns looted Bronze Age treasures to Cambodia
By Adela Suliman
After making up story, boy admits ‘unintentionally’ shooting mom, police say
By Lindsey Bever
Southwest flight attendant’s back fractured in ‘firm’ landing
By Michael Laris
Muslim men sue Alaska Airlines for removal from flight over Arabic texts
By Hannah Sampson
Gabby Petito’s parents to sue Utah police, claiming missed chance to save her life
By Brittany Shammas
Soaring rent prices have advocates calling on Biden administration to intervene
By Rachel Siegel
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Make room, bellhops: Robots and AI may soon predict what guests want
By Danielle Abril
Married and on your parents’ cell plans
By Tatum Hunter
How to make sure people see your digital party invite
By Heather Kelly
A new era of industrial policy kicks off with signing of the Chips Act
By Jeanne Whalen
Hodlnaut becomes the latest crypto lender to block withdrawals
By Yiwen Lu
Coheed’s frontman masked his feelings in art. Twitch helped him open up.
By Nathan Grayson
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Pro-Trump brand is fined by FTC for incorrect ‘Made in the USA’ labels
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Md. governor hopeful Dan Cox says he would use state police against Biden
By Ovetta Wiggins and Erin Cox
Aid for arriving migrants strained amid dispute over who should help them
By Antonio Olivo and Julie Zauzmer Weil
At double-murder trial, jury won’t see defendant’s racist social media
By Salvador Rizzo
Police: Assailants used slur and referenced monkeypox in Shaw attack
By Peter Hermann
Metro asks for permission to run more trains
By Justin George
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By Tim Vernimmen
America has a maternal mortality crisis. Biden push aims to change that.
By Akilah Johnson
Too little sleep may jeopardize young kids’ development, study finds
By Linda Searing
Lyme disease vaccine in late-stage trials would be first in 20 years
By Andrew Jeong
Why tween girls especially are struggling so much
By Jelena Kecmanovic
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LIV Golf sellouts bailed on the PGA Tour. Now they want back in?
By Sally Jenkins
Commanders fire defensive line coach Sam Mills III, promote Jeff Zgonina
By Sam Fortier
Nationals end skid behind homers from Keibert Ruiz, Joey Meneses
By Andrew Golden1 hour ago
Judge denies LIV golfers’ bid to play PGA Tour’s FedEx Cup playoffs
By Rick Maese
Serena Williams hints at upcoming retirement: ‘The countdown has begun’
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By Lateshia Beachum
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By Cathy Free
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By Stacey Colino
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Carolyn Hax: Friend pressures others to fix up ‘loser’ brother on dates
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By Amy Cheng
Julian Barnes is back. But where’s the magic?
By Ron Charles
Lamont Dozier, who helped define the Motown sound, dies at 81
By Brian Murphy
Roger Mosley, the chopper pilot T.C. on ‘Magnum, P.I.,’ dies at 83
By Harrison Smith
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Domino’s leaves Italy, where — surprise — diners prefer local pizza
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