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Clintons personally paid State Dept. staffer to maintain private e-mail server
A campaign official says the payments ensured that taxpayer dollars were not spent on the family’s system.
By Rosalind S. Helderman and Carol D. Leonnig
Beyond Kentucky, ‘God’s authority’ creates thorny legal issue
The question of protection for religious beliefs has emerged as a contentious topic across the country.
By Robert Barnes and Katie Zezima
Ky. clerk’s attorney derides newly issued marriage licenses
After run-in with protester, Trump’s guards draw scrutiny
A scuffle outside Trump Tower revealed a reality of presidential campaigns: Candidates arrange their own protection at this early stage in the election cycle.
By David Nakamura
Conservative group trying to mount anti-Trump ad campaign
Rand Paul defends Trump's response to 'gotcha' interview
Watch: Arrivals in Austria
Refugees crowd buses in Nickelsdorf, Austria. (EPA)
Busloads of Syrian migrants reach Austria, as fresh groups set out on foot
Austria and Germany agreed to accept asylum-seekers into their countries from Hungary as Hungary's hard-line authorities relented in a confrontation with refugees that they said were overrunning Europe.
By Griff Witte,Michael Birnbaum
Video: The scene among migrants in Hungary
Hundreds of 3-year-olds have died as a result of the Syrian war
The death of Aylan Kurdi is a reminder of an almost unquantifiable tragedy.
By Adam Taylor
Opinions
When does religion excuse you from doing your job? 
By Eugene Volokh
Why I quit teaching
By Jan Sidebotham
Out with ‘Redskins' and everything else!
By George F. Will
Do we really need so many firefighters?
By Fred S. McChesney
More Top Stories
What have Bush, Clinton learned from voters attraction to the outsiders?
Trump, Carson and Sanders soak up attention while conventional candidates struggle to connect.
By Dan Balz
The Fix: Clinton's struggles let GOP sprint to the right
Islamic State has killed many, but Assad’s forces have killed more
As the extremist group’s brutality grabs headlines, the Syrian government claims more lives.
By Hugh Naylor
Statistically speaking, when are you going to die? 
Give us your age and gender, and we’ll tell you your average life expectancy, courtesy of Social Security.
By Kennedy Elliott and Christopher Ingraham
Tom Brady speaks out about DeflateGate ruling
In a Facebook post Friday night, he says "I don't think this has been good for our sport."
By Jake Russell
Team owners to discuss changing Goodell's disciplinary role
Cellphone company petitions Congress: Rename Reagan National Airport
After the uproar over the new name for Mt. McKinley, CREDO mobile's petition asks the airport to go back to former name Washington National, which honored George Washington.
By Lori Aratani
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Politics
Why ‘gotcha questions’ ultimately don’t mean anythingHow Hillary Clinton’s struggles are letting the GOP sprint to the rightWhat have Bush, Clinton learned from voters attraction to the outsiders?Donald Trump, Sarah Palin and the history of ‘gotcha’ questions
World
A 22-year-old anti-Nazi song tops German charts again — to welcome refugeesThe 86-year-old American twins who will meet their third Saudi kingFinland’s PM wants to house refugees in his homeWith only $150,000 in savings, Nigeria’s leader may be the least corrupt in Africa
National
Arkansas wants to get back in the execution businessWhite woman accidentally impregnated with black man’s sperm loses legal battlePrice to jump for most popular health plan on Maryland insurance exchangeChinese naval ships came within 12 nautical miles of American soil
PostEverything
It’s not enough for young black women to admire Serena. They need to emulate her will to win.The Fed and the Clash: Should they stay or should they go?How corporate America killed my writingIs clerk Kim Davis a hero or villain?
Local
Triple shooting pushes D.C. homicide count to 106, surpassing 2014 totalFight in Chicago: The all-too familiar story of school closures in America’s citiesD.C. area forecast: A mix of clouds and sun throughout a cooler weekend, then heat returnsNationals vs. Braves weather forecast: Mostly pleasant
Sports
Nationals beat the Braves on Michael A. Taylor’s walk-off home runEagles cut Tim Tebow, despite trade of Matt BarkleyCollege football TV schedule, preview for Sept. 5-7As NFL deadline for cuts nears, Griffin’s place on Redskins roster looks secure
Lifestyle
Lost something the National Building Museum’s beach? It’s not the only phone in the seaDoes Donald Trump cheat at golf? A Washington Post investigation.Nicki Minaj calls out her frenemies. Taylor Swift still won’t spill. Which way is more effective?Carolyn Hax: ADD husband doesn’t have a clue about Christmas gift
Arts
The piano: Keys of the futurePretenders’ Chrissie Hynde: No regrets about rape commentsSarah MacLean picks the best romance novels for September‘Girl Waits With Gun’ review: A feisty heroine inspired by a real detective
Technology
Here’s why Atari fans just spent $100,000 on video games from a dumpHow trusting employees can help a company score viral hitsWhy a Web company with four employees is suing WazeOne of these people could be Twitter’s next CEO
Business
‘Star Wars’ fans pounce on Force Friday, snap up new toysIn New York, good riddance to a questionable hiring practiceInside the wild ride that landed The Washington Post on K StreetRead the latest from Capital Business
Federal Government
Government awards $133 million contract to help hack victims, pledging better customer servicePoor planning, bungled engineering and delays send costs soaring for VA hospitals, report saysThis tiny agency’s own watchdog said it should be deep-sixed. Now, it’s helping to save Alaska from climate change.The official reference to small raisins as ‘midgets’ is almost gone. It’s taken the USDA more than two years.
Real Estate
A splendid porch is this Arlington home’s most distinguishing featureSpring Valley, neighbor to American University, getting a tony reputationSchool quality has a mighty influence on neighborhood choice, home valuesMortgage rates rise heading into holiday weekend
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