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February 1, 2019
Anti-abortion demonstrators in front of the Supreme Court during the March for Life rally in Washington, Jan. 27, 2017. Anti-abortion advocates, from grass-roots activists all the way to the White House, are taking aim at New York and other states in a bid to halt similar legislative efforts to expand abortion rights by emboldened Democratic lawmakers and to mobilize supporters ahead of the 2020 presidential race. (Al Drago/Copyright 2019 The New York Times)
Abortion opponents aim for first high court win in Kavanaugh era
February 1, 2019 - 12:33pm
A general view of the Vince Lombardi trophy, a Los Angeles Rams and a New England Patriots helmet at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The Rams player the Patriots in Super Bowl LIII on Feb. 3, 2019.  Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
On Super Bowl Monday, 17 million workers are expected to call in 'sick'
February 1, 2019 - 11:58am
January 29, 2019
Trump firm tacitly admits gaps in vetting worker status
January 29, 2019 - 9:03pm
Americans got 26.3 billion robocalls last year, up 46 percent from 2017, report says
January 29, 2019 - 6:30pm
January 18, 2019
FILE -- U.S. Special Forces troops near Manbij, Syria, on Feb. 7, 2018. The pending withdrawal from Syria is the latest example of a broader American disengagement from the Middle East. Russia and Iran are filling the void. (Mauricio Lima/The New York Times/Copyright 2019)
Pentagon identifies three of the four Americans killed in Syria suicide bombing
January 18, 2019 - 10:51am
January 15, 2019
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US air traffic controllers are working without pay. Their Canadian 'coworkers' sent pizza.
January 15, 2019 - 12:53pm
January 9, 2019
John Boyd, president of the Black Farmer's Association, checks the condition of a soybean field for harvesting in Baskerville, Va.  Washington Post photo by Melina Mara
Already reeling from tariff war, some farmers aren't receiving support checks amid shutdown
January 9, 2019 - 12:58pm
A Customs and Border Protection agent on a bridge between Mexico and Hidalgo, Texas, Nov. 9, 2018. The specter of a shutdown is lurking in the nation’s capital, just in time for the holidays. Customs and Border Protection agents, considered “essential” employees, could be forced to work over the holidays without pay. (Tamir Kalifa/Copyright 2019 The New York Times)
Border Protection officer's union sues Trump administration over shutdown after missed paycheck
January 9, 2019 - 12:39pm
January 4, 2019
A logo is displayed on a rug outside a Marriott International Inc. hotel in Chicago on Nov. 30, 2018.  Bloomberg photo by Daniel Acker.
Marriott: Hackers accessed more than 5 million passport numbers during data breach
January 4, 2019 - 1:26pm
January 3, 2019
In New York, the state is paying $65,000 a day to operate the Statue of Liberty National Monument and Ellis Island. "We're watching government at its worst in Washington," Gov. Andrew Cuomo says. "The Statue of Liberty is a symbol of America at her best." The statue is shown before the Manhattan skyline in this aerial photograph on June 10, 2015.  Bloomberg photo by Craig Warga
Volunteers, friends and states try to fill the void left by the federal shutdown
January 3, 2019 - 12:53pm
January 1, 2019
Paul Whelan, shown here in Iceland, was arrested in Russia on espionage charges. Whelan, 48, is a retired U.S. Marine.  Family Photo
Family of American arrested in Russia on spy charges fears for his safety
January 1, 2019 - 4:13pm
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, shown here in a September broadcast in South Korea, addressed the nation during a New Year's Day address Tuesday. He said he is ready to meet with President Donald Trump again, but that the United States should not "misjudge" his patience. Bloomberg photo by SeongJoon Cho.
Kim Jong Un says he is ready to meet with Trump, U.S. should not misjudge 'patience'
January 1, 2019 - 10:05am
December 31, 2018
Russia arrests American citizen on suspicion of spying
December 31, 2018 - 11:25am
December 28, 2018
Richard Overton, the oldest man in the United States and the oldest military veteran, visits the National Museum of African American History and Culture on April 8, 2018, in Washington, D.C., ahead of his upcoming birthday on May 11, 1906.  Washington Post photo by Jahi Chikwendiu
Richard Overton, America's oldest World War II veteran and the oldest man in the US, dies at 112
December 28, 2018 - 12:33pm
Laura Calderwood puts things back on the bed in Mollie’s bedroom, where everything has been kept as it was. She still sits there, looking at the walls covered with photos. After Mollie died, Laura faced a decision of whether to take in an immigrant teenager whose parents fled the dairy farm where her alleged killer worked. Laura asked herself what Mollie would do.  Photo by Rachel Mummey for The Washington Post
Politicians used Mollie Tibbetts' death to rail against illegal immigration. Mollie's mom chose a different path.
December 28, 2018 - 10:15am