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Pulitzers awarded to Post critic, two others affiliated with news outlet

The Post’s Carlos Lozada won for criticism, with other wins for feature photography and editorial cartoons.

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Lawrence Cherono wins closest Boston Marathon since 1988; Worknesh Degefa dominates women’s race

The 28-year-old Ethiopian was running just her fourth marathon.

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Redacted Mueller report expected to be released Thursday, Justice Dept. says

Attorney General William Barr has nearly finished redacting the account of the investigation into Russian interference and possible obstruction.

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Pelosi calls Trump’s tweet aimed at Omar ‘beneath the dignity of the Oval Office’

During an appearance in London, the House speaker said presidents should not use the 9/11 attacks as a “political tool.”

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House Democrats seek communications on White House ‘sanctuary city’ proposal

Three Democratic chairmen wrote to the administration about the White House pressuring immigration officials to release migrants into the districts of political adversaries.

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Notre Dame Cathedral will rise again. But it will never be the same.

Humans revere the old and the beautiful. And now this structure is lost.

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There’s no benefit to him. Trump is acting unhinged just because.

Trump's gambits don't even make sense.

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Tensions on the Supreme Court are spilling into view

A recent capital punishment peels back the curtain.

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Cartoons: Trump takes aim at a free press

Trump and his administration continue to dangerously label journalists as fake news and the enemy of the people.

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The real threat to religious freedom is Trump

What if some future president views evangelical Protestantism as incompatible with American democracy?

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I tried the Impossible Whopper. Here’s what I thought.

The environmentally friendly message no doubt accounts for the burger’s appeal to many. But how does it taste?

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Bernie Sanders and his wife earned $1.7 million in last two years, returns show

The bulk of Sanders’s income came from books he has written about his democratic socialist platform, which includes a call for higher taxes on the wealthiest Americans.

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Bill Weld launches campaign against Trump for 2020 GOP nomination

The former Massachusetts governor will face a steep climb against Trump, an incumbent who is deeply popular with Republican voters.

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Lori Loughlin, several other accused parents plead not guilty in college admissions case

Pleas show divergent legal strategies among those charged in the scandal.

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Woman arrested at Mar-a-Lago will remain jailed. She was ‘up to something nefarious,’ judge says.

Authorities say Yujing Zhang lied to a Secret Service agent, and the hearing may decide whether she will stay in jail as her case progresses. Her ability to enter the club heightened questions about security in a place where guests can be in the same room as the president.