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A man walks near the Tops Friendly Market as the sun sets in Buffalo on Monday. (Matt Burkhartt for The Post)
From Sandy Hook to Buffalo: 10 years of failure on gun control
President Biden has played a central role in the unsuccessful efforts to enact significant firearms legislation amid thousands of mass shootings.
By Ashley Parker, Tyler Pager and Colby Itkowitz
Southern Baptist leaders covered up sex abuse, lied about secret database, report says
By Sarah Pulliam Bailey
Biden vows to defend Taiwan militarily if it’s attacked by China
By Seung Min Kim, Michelle Ye Hee Lee and Cleve R. Wootson Jr.57 minutes ago
Laurent Alemany watches as her mother, Yohana Perdomo, holds their remaining milk powder.
In Cuba, a frantic search for milk
As Cuba careens through its worst economic crisis in 30 years, milk is one of the most potent symbols of the country’s precarious state.
Story by Mary Beth Sheridan | Photos by Sarah L. Voisin
Inside the GOP push to stop Trump ‘vendetta tour’ in Georgia
By Annie Linskey, Josh Dawsey, Michael Scherer and Matthew Brown
He’s raised and spent millions running against Marjorie Taylor Greene
By Paul Schwartzman
Shelling on Saturday in the eastern Ukrainian city of Severodonetsk. (AFP/Getty Images)
Ukrainian official warns Russia is bombarding city with ‘scorched earth’ tactics
5:07 a.m.
Asia-Pacific trade summit ends in acrimony after walkout to protest Russia
4:48 a.m.
‘Russia House’ in Davos becomes war crimes exhibit before Zelensky address
A grasp at diplomacy as fighting grinds on in Ukraine
By Fenit Nirappil, Julian Duplain, Annabelle Timsit and Paulina Villegas
Ukraine’s first lady details war’s toll on the Zelensky family
By Jennifer Hassan
Why racism is bad for White people
Opinion by E.J. Dionne Jr.
Putin is starving millions around the world
Opinion by the Editorial Board
10 lessons from Australia’s election rout
Opinion by Richard Glover
Do you feel the need for speed? I know I do.
Opinion by Kathleen Parker
Disturbing, even inaccurate, speech must be protected
Opinion by Thomas J. Balch
We’re ignoring a major culprit behind the teen mental health crisis
Opinion by Heather Turgeon and Julie Wright
Biden says quarantines for monkeypox aren’t needed in U.S.
By Seung Min Kim
Two years after Floyd’s death, Black Minnesotans say little has changed
By Holly Bailey
In new book, Kellyanne Conway takes aim at many targets — except Trump
By Ashley Parker
Activists call for the cancellation of student debt in April outside an entrance to the White House. (Reuters)
Who has student loan debt?
Public awareness of education debt is high amid debates over loan forgiveness, yet little is discussed of how the debt shakes out.
By Alyssa Fowers and Danielle Douglas-Gabriel
Inside the collapse of the Rajapaksa dynasty in Sri Lanka
By Gerry Shih and Hafeel Farisz
Kate McKinnon, Pete Davidson to leave SNL as part of big cast shake-up
By Annabelle Timsit
Israel begins largest eviction of Palestinians in decades
By Steve Hendrix and Shira Rubin
The Covid Money Trail
Live Nation subsidiaries got millions in aid meant for independent venues
By Yeganeh Torbati and Tony Romm
First shipment of baby formula arrives in Indianapolis from Germany
By Amy B Wang, Andrew Jeong and Carolyn Y. Johnson
RetropolisThe Past, Rediscovered
This soldier fought for Finland, Nazi Germany and U.S. Special Forces
By George Bass
Tracking coronavirus in animals takes on new urgency
By Ariana Eunjung Cha
(The Post)
One million Americans have died of covid. See how their lives were cut short.
By Alyssa Fowers and Leslie Shapiro
Southern Baptist leaders covered up sex abuse, kept secret database, report says
2Inside the Republican push to stop Trump’s ‘vendetta tour’ in Georgia
3Inside the collapse of the Rajapaksa dynasty in Sri Lanka
4In new book, Kellyanne Conway takes aim at many targets — except Trump
5Women, climate and culture wars: 10 lessons from Australia’s election rout
Meet the parents who refuse to give their kids smartphones
Inside the sales machine of the ‘kingpin’ of opioid makers
How and why prescribed burns are used to reduce wildfire fuel
10 feel-good shows and movies that will instantly lift your mood
Are you bad at texting? Here are the new rules for 2022.
It’s been a quarter-century, and readers have questions
By Carolyn Hax
(Video: Allie Caren/The Post; graphic: Daron Taylor/The Post)
Searing or hilarious: The most memorable advice
The milestone for The Post’s advice column gives us a great excuse to revisit some of Carolyn Hax’s most famous responses.
By Christine Loman and Carolyn Hax
Cartoonist Nick Galifianakis looks back on advice as art
Carolyn Hax and cartoonist Nick Galifianakis answered your questions
By Carolyn Hax and Nick Galifianakis
Carolyn Hax: How do they decide if they should have another child?
By Carolyn Hax
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People are seen at a voter registration event in Griffin, Ga. (Eljah Nouvelage for The Post)
Ga. voting surges after controversial election law
By Amy Gardner and Matthew Brown
The FixAnalysis
The top 10 GOP presidential candidates, ranked
By Aaron Blake
Prosecutors in Michael Sussman trial also take aim at Hillary Clinton, FBI and the media
By Devlin Barrett
Today’s WorldViewAnalysis
In shadow of war, there’s no ‘business as usual’ in Davos
By Ishaan Tharoor
‘Russia House’ in Davos becomes war crimes exhibit ahead of Zelensky address
This photo released Monday by the Philippine Coast Guard shows people throwing buckets of water onto a smoldering ferry that had caught fire near Real town, Quezon province. (AFP/Getty Images)
Fire engulfs Philippine ferry carrying over 100 people, killing 7
By Regine Cabato32 minutes ago
Global health talks clouded by conspiracy theories about pandemic treaty
By Adam Taylor
How does a high school full of low-income kids become the best in the U.S.?
New 2022 Challenge Index rankings show the rise of super-ambitious public school charters.
By Jay Mathews
Christina Seal with her children, Kael Warmack, 12, left, and Cullen Warmack, 15, at their home in Slidell, La. (Emily Kask for The Post)
To survive inflation, a teacher sells her plasma for an extra $400 to $500 a month
A Louisiana teacher is among millions of Americans forced to make hard choices because of rising costs.
By Kyle Swenson
For members of Mother Emanuel, Buffalo shooting stirs painful memories
By Keith L. Alexander and Vanessa Williams
Capital Weather Gang
Late May snow pastes Colorado 24 hours after 90-degree heat
By Jason Samenow
Paul Ziemkiewicz stands above a clarifier at the acid mine drainage treatment plant in Albright, W.Va. (Dane Rhys)
Coal states explore how to recycle metal and rare earths from mine waste
By Austyn Gaffney and Dane Rhys
Gas prices rattle economy, but Americans keep driving
By Evan Halper
Why Biden hasn’t killed Trump’s China tariffs and made imports cheaper
By David J. Lynch
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Coming soon to a phone near you: A new wave of accessibility tools
By Chris Velazco
Ask Help Desk
How to set up legacy contacts for your online accounts
By Heather Kelly
The Future of Work
‘The office as we know it is over,’ Airbnb CEO says
By Danielle Abril
(Bloomberg News)
Tesla’s stock price dives as Twitter deal hangs in balance
By Rachel Lerman and Faiz Siddiqui
Start-ups in Ukraine make do with hallways, closets and bunkers
By Pranshu Verma
Justice Dept. says ‘good faith researchers’ no longer will face hacking charges
By Joseph Menn
AI may be searching you for guns the next time you go out in public
By Steven Zeitchik
D.C., MD. & VA.
Averie Timberlake attends class at Capitol Heights Elementary School in October. (Sarah L. Voisin/The Post)
D.C.-area schools face rising covid cases, aren’t restoring strict rules
The latest surge comes as most school systems have already relaxed covid mitigation policies, and school leaders say they don’t intend to restore them.
By Perry Stein, Hannah Natanson and Nicole Asbury
Thunderstorms in the D.C. area knock out power, flood roads
By Martin Weil46 minutes ago
A mounted northern snakehead on display at a store in Woolford, Md. (Ricky Carioti/The Post)
From The Magazine
Like it or not, invasive ‘Frankenfish’ are still among us
Twenty years after their discovery in Maryland, northern snakeheads are beloved by some anglers.
By Jason Nark
He beat the best-funded GOP candidate in Virginia’s 10th. Meet Hung Cao.
By Meagan Flynn
Van Hollen discharged from hospital, recovering from minor stroke
By Meagan Flynn
Confederate flag found at Maryland high school, sparking investigation
By Lauren Lumpkin
Megabus rolls over on I-95 northeast of Baltimore, sending 15 to hospital
By Ian Duncan
Known coronavirus cases and deaths per 100,000
Capital Weather Gang
D.C.-area forecast: The heat is gone, and cool, showery weather takes over
By Jason Samenow35 minutes ago
New Heights, a longtime favorite, undergoes a delicious reinvention
Del McCoury is still going strong — and so is his festival
Biking for beer: A guide to the Metropolitan Beer Trail
One-bedroom condo in Chevy Chase, Md., lists for $299,900
T.J. Oshie puts his McLean, Va., house on market for $7.5 million
Mortgage rates dip, but the change ‘isn’t a trend,’ expert says
(Alexa Juliana Ard, Meryl Kornfield/The Post)
What to know about monkeypox
By Alexa Juliana Ard and Meryl Kornfield
CDC tells doctors to be on alert for monkeypox as global cases rise
Scientist finds professor who supported her love for bugs when she was 4
By Dawn Fallik
Down two thrusters, Boeing’s Starliner docks with space station
By Christian Davenport
Amazonian ‘camera traps’ provided images for massive archive
By Erin Blakemore
Justin Thomas holds up the Wanamaker Trophy after Sunday's win at Southern Hills. (EPA-EFE/Shutterstock)
Justin Thomas wins the PGA in a playoff after Mito Pereira’s nightmare at 18
Thomas flipped from afterthought to playoff champ over Will Zalatoris for his second major title.
By Chuck Culpepper
At the PGA, Mito Pereira joins the hall of 72nd-hole horrors
By Chuck Culpepper
Australia’s Ariarne Titmus breaks Katie Ledecky’s 400 freestyle record
By Dave Sheinin
Nats tweak the lineup and end up with a lopsided win over the Brewers
By Jesse Dougherty
As the French Open gets underway, Wimbledon drama can’t be avoided
By Liz Clarke
In St. Louis, a young manager leads the last ride of Cardinals legends
By Chelsea Janes
Still-perfect Maryland lacrosse plows past Virginia to reach Final Four
By Patrick Stevens
In third meeting this month, Spirit extends unbeaten streak vs. OL Reign
By Steven Goff
In a matchup overflowing with stars, the Sky slows down the Mystics
By Kareem Copeland
A statue of Pirates great Roberto Clemente stands outside PNC Park in Pittsburgh. (Shutterstock)
The best baseball cities for a summer road trip
Plan a summer vacation around a baseball game in a city that offers much more than nine innings of play.
By Stacey Lastoe
No, you can’t ‘pick my brain,’ and here’s why
By Sharon De La Cruz
A rock shattered our window in Jordan. It became a trip highlight.
By Steve Hendrix
Accountant retires on cruise ships to avoid cost of land living
By Sydney Page
Queer camp counselor was told not to come back. So they opened their own camp.
By Sydney Page
Identical twin sisters unexpectedly give birth to sons on same day
By Sydney Page
(Nick Galifianakis/For The Washington Post)
Carolyn Hax: How do they decide if they should have another child?
Ask Amy: How do I respond when people pressure me to drink?
Miss Manners: When is a compliment inappropriate?
John W. Bubbles as Domino Johnson in MGM’s “Cabin in the Sky,” 1943.(L. Tom Perry Special Collections, Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah)
Book Review
Michael Jackson and Bob Fosse owe their moves to a man named Bubbles
John W. Bubbles was the father of rhythm tap, but the dancer is little known. A new biography explores his life and contribution to the arts.
By Sarah L. Kaufman
The ‘margarita diplomacy’ of José Andrés
By Ann Hornaday
Book Review
An award-winning science fiction writer’s love letter to the wilderness
By Jeff VanderMeer
Cannes Film Festival takes heat for inclusion of Russian film
By Kelsey Ables
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Take Instant Pot cooking to the next level with a pot-in-pot technique
By Joe Yonan
Make burger night better with recipes for patties, sauces and more
By Becky Krystal
Meet the man who has eaten a Big Mac a day for 50 years
By Emily Heil
Make sexy, smoky cocktails with grilled citrus, pineapple and more
By M. Carrie Allan
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Inside one of the traboules on Rue du Boeuf in Lyon. (Photos by Lily Radziemski for The Washington Post)
In Lyon’s network of hidden passageways, footfalls of the past
By Lily Radziemski
A rock shattered our window in Jordan. It became a trip highlight.
By Steve Hendrix
Dining solo is one of the great joys of traveling
By Chris Dong
Frontier passenger gave birth in bathroom with help of flight attendant
By Hannah Sampson
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