Uncertainty after Obama retreat
on health plans
Juliet Eilperin, Amy Goldstein and Lena H. Sun
His move to allow insurers to restore canceled health policies raises new questions, including whether millions would pay higher premiums.
Paul Kane and Jackie Kucinich
Those facing GOP criticism and reelection in 2014 must decide if they'll still follow Obama’s lead on health law.
Indian school children display posters of Tendulkar. (AP)
As Sachin Tendulkar retires this week after 24 years in the game, he leaves a legacy unmatched by any other player.Obamacare’s numerical opposition
Here are a few of the numbers behind the backlash of angry Republicans and a few Democrats.
Carol D. Leonnig and David Nakamaura
Senator says whistleblowers’ accounts contradict statements made by the agency’s leadership.
Schools play catch-up as
e-cigarettes catch on with teens
Donna St. George
As officials debate potential risks of the tobacco-free devices, they are seen in more hallways and lockers.
GOVBEAT | Be wary at the Statue of Liberty, France says, and don’t visit Richmond “on foot.”
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Christopher A. Padilla, Vice President and IBM Governmental Programs
Companies that weave Big Data skills throughout their organization outperform competitors.
His broken promises and flubbed apologies are making things catastrophic.
Allowing insurers to restore canceled plans puts health-care marketplaces at risk.
David A. Fahrenthold
Lawmakers want to save money, and the Army can’t hide the millions it has spent on new uniforms.
‘Yes, I would say we are lucky.
But our lives are terrible.’
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The numbers behind Obamacare opposition
North Carolina: A true swing state
To get reelected, Sen. Hagan needs to ______.
The many moods of Chris Christie
President Obama's lowest low
How Elizabeth Warren is winning the Internet
Obamacare's many political problems
Hawaii comes full circle on gay marriage
The president walks into a bar…
PHOTOS | “The King and I” actor Yul Brynner is among many celebrities who left the blue passport behind.
PHOTOS | These women made a mark on the world this year, according to The Post’s She the People blog.
Ashura, Philippines disaster relief, Mount Sinabung eruption, Golden Spike reenactment and more.
As he retires after a 24-year career, India’s Sachin Tendulkar leaves a legacy unmatched by any other cricketer.
A look at the ringed planet beamed back to Earth from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft.
The storm caused massive destruction and claimed thousands of lives as it swept through the Philippines.
Officials will use rock crushers to demolish confiscated tusks, carvings and jewelry to send an anti-poaching message.
Legendary Redskins quarterback Doug Williams will try to find his next football path after being firing from his alma mater.
Thousands are feared dead after a massive storm lashes the archipelago with sustained winds exceeding 140 mph.
Baby cheetahs, rhinoceros relocation in Kenya, an American mastodon fossil and more.
THE FIX | Why the President’s problems don’t solve the issues the 2012 election exposed for the GOP.
As troops leave, the United States must not abandon humanitarian needs.
After 2nd nightmare morning on Red Line, Metro chief issues rare apology
Dana Hedgpeth and Lori Aratani
Richard Sarles posted an apology online after delays up to 40 minutes snarled the line again on Thursday.
With the Wizards off to another 2-6 start, Nene called out the team, saying he’s “getting tired of this.”
During her confirmation hearing, Janet Yellen says that the economy is “significantly stronger.”
Timothy B. Lee
THE SWITCH | A judge has ruled that Google’s book-scanning project is legal under copyright’s fair use doctrine.
Rift over Morsi coup, suspension of military aid are reordering the longtime U.S.-Egyptian alliance.
James Comey testifies that the risk of a major terrorist attack has fallen but “is more dispersed geographically.”
Soraya Nadia McDonald
The Web’s foulmouthed advice-givers chat about their pop-culture podcast, friendship and more.
Q&A TRANSCRIPT | How do pre-prepared items compare to buying and chopping yourself?
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