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Hong Kong police fire tear gas as protesters bear down on legislature

The government has refused to scrap the measure even after an enormous protest over the weekend.

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Falling coffee prices drive Guatemalan migration to the United States

Cultivating coffee was once a way out of poverty. As prices fall, growers are abandoning their farms for the United States.

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If Alabama is trying to become the worst state for women, its strategy is strong

Imagine having to engage with one’s rapist through a shared-parenting arrangement.

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Joe Biden previews the pummeling he plans to give Trump

The Democratic front-runner is on target.

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The friendship tree died. Could there be a better allegory for this presidency?

It’s the perfect metaphor for the state of American politics.

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Sorry, Hugh Culverhouse. Law school class sizes aren’t your call.

He wanted a bigger law school, but there has been a steep decline in demand for lawyers.

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Journalism sheds light in Russia and China. No wonder their despots hate it.

Two recent examples in Russia and China show just how risky investigative reporting can be.

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The U.S. still hasn’t done nearly enough to stop election interference

It is a dereliction of duty for Congress and the administration to delay action on preventing hacking.

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A rare look at Kim Jong Un’s violent rise to power

On June 12, Washington Post Beijing Bureau Chief Anna Fifield will speak with Washington Post columnist David Ignatius about her forthcoming book The Great Successor: The Divinely Perfect Destiny of Brilliant Comrade Kim Jong Un, a behind-the-scenes look at the elusive Kim family dynasty in North Korea.

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Trump Jr. to testify in second closed-door interview with Senate panel

Democrats believe the president’s oldest son may have lied to them in previous testimony about his role in a 2016 Trump Tower meeting with a Russian lawyer promising dirt on Hillary Clinton.

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The U.S. women’s national team is an American treasure. Pay them a bounty.

The women’s program is the most important team in American soccer history — male or female.

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Dominican Republic fears tourism losses after deaths, attack on David Ortiz

Cancellations are up, hotel officials say, and the government has launched a public relations campaign.