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1. D.C. police investigating Saturday shooting deaths of two menПн., 22 июля[−]
Delwaun Lyons, 23, and George Hendrix, 22, died in separate shootings

2. Ukrainian president’s party well ahead in parliamentary elections, exit poll shows21:45[−]
Volodymyr Zelensky called the snap elections to gain the support he needs for his new party.

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3. Two airlines cancel flights to Cairo after Britain warns of ‘heightened risk of terrorism’21:33[−]
The flights were canceled over unspecified security concerns after the British government warned of a “heightened risk of terrorism against aviation” in Egypt.

4. Stephen Miller defends Trump’s attacks on Rep. Omar21:01[−]
The senior White House adviser said the term “racist” has become a label used to silence and punish people.

5. Ireland’s Shane Lowry wins British Open in tournament’s return to Northern Ireland20:43[−]
The 32-year-old Lowry held off Tommy Fleetwood at Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland, where the Open returned for the first time in more than 60 years.

6. Ahead of Mueller hearings, top Democrats call Trump ‘unindicted co-conspirator’ and accuse him of ‘high crimes and misdemeanors’20:38[−]
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam B. Schiff and Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler stopped short of calling for Trump’s impeachment.

7. Hong Kong protesters outmaneuver police and demonstrate in front of Chinese liaison office20:01[−]
Protesters turned out in the tens of thousands again to march against the government despite police warnings.

8. British navy tried but failed to deter Iran from seizing tanker, leaked audio shows19:54[−]
The seizure of the British-flagged Stena Impero shows the difficulty of defending international shipping from Iranian threats.

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9. A Royal Navy warship tried to stop Iran from seizing a British tanker, leaked audio reveals. Iran took it anyway.19:54[−]
The seizure of the British-flagged Stena Impero shows the difficulty of defending international shipping from Iranian threats.

10. Howard County homeowner shoots man attempting to enter his home, police say19:08[−]
Authorities said the 46-year-old Virginia man banged on the door after 1 a.m. and tried to enter.

11. Man shot in Prince William County dies at hospital19:03[−]
The victim was found in the Triangle area Saturday night, police said.

12. John Tanton, architect of anti-immigration and English-only efforts, dies at 8518:43[−]
The “most influential unknown man in America” was condemned for leading white nationalist hate groups.

13. John Tanton, architect of anti-immigration and English-only efforts, dies at 8518:43[−]
The “most influential unknown man in America” was condemned for leading white nationalist hate groups.

14. Hostile witness or Democrats’ hero? Mueller’s past turns before Congress offer important clues18:28[−]
The special counsel is famously tight-lipped, but he will face tremendous pressure at Wednesday’s hearing to say more about his probe of President Trump.

15. Hostile witness or Democrats’ hero? Mueller’s past appearances before Congress offer clues.18:28[−]
The special counsel is famously tight-lipped, but he will face tremendous pressure at Wednesday’s hearing to say more about his probe of President Trump.

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16. Katie Ledecky opens world championships with a rare second-place finish18:22[−]
The five-time Olympic champion was chased down by 18-year-old Australian Ariarne Titmus in one of her signature events.

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17. Katie Ledecky opens world championships with a rare second-place finish18:22[−]
The five-time Olympic champion was chased down by 18-year-old Australian Ariarne Titmus in one of her signature events.

18. D.C.-area forecast: One more day of dangerous heat today, with storms possible late; not quite as hot Monday, with PM storms likely18:00[−]
Scorching heat and suffocating humidity stick around today, before finally easing just a bit tomorrow. Both days could turn stormy late.

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19. Four teens staged a fight and escaped a juvenile justice facility, authorities say. Two have been caught.17:48[−]
The juveniles made their escape in a car they stole.

20. ‘He always doubles down’: Inside the political crisis caused by Trump’s racist tweets17:10[−]
As is often the case, President Trump acted alone last Sunday when he fired off a trio of racist tweets — impulsively following his gut to the dark side of American politics.

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21. This crunchy salad is a ‘mostly plants’ recipe approved by Michael Pollan17:00[−]
His family's new book takes his signature advice and turns it into 101 recipes.

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22. I’m thrilled to be a grandmother. Just don’t call me granny.16:00[−]
I know that I’m getting older, but I’m not ready to give in to being that old lady — the one our media and society have painted for us.

23. What’s the best time of day to exercise, morning or evening?15:45[−]
Research shows evenings for serious athletes and mornings for folks who worry more about their weight and controlling their blood sugar.

24. What’s the best time of day to exercise, morning or evening?15:45[−]
Research shows evenings for serious athletes and mornings for folks who worry more about their weight and controlling their blood sugar.

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25. Reds Manager David Bell is on pace to break a 114-year-old record — for ejections15:30[−]
He's already broken the franchise record that has stood since 1909.

26. A run, a bad knee ache and a difficult-to-diagnose problem15:30[−]
Doctors can misdiagnose tears of the medial meniscus root, and that can lead to osteoarthritis and a poor prognosis for repair surgery.

27. After smashing a vial of blood, China’s Sun Yang brings controversy to swimming championships13:00[−]
He is widely regarded as the best swimmer China has ever produced. But for many who are concerned about doping, Sun is also Public Enemy No. 1.

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28. What we get wrong about the 1960s ‘riots’13:00[−]
Small-town America has never been immune from big-city problems.

29. Why ‘send her back’ is even worse than ‘lock her up’09:06[−]
Trump is guilty of a racist double standard when it comes to criticism of America.

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30. Shane Lowry wins the British Open in tournament’s long-awaited return to Northern Ireland08:43[−]
The 32-year-old held a four-shot lead going into Sunday's final round at Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland, where the Open returned for the first time in more than 60 years.

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31. Heat wave continues to grip East Coast08:42[−]
The National Weather Service says the “oppressive and dangerous” heat wave will abate by Monday and Tuesday.

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32. We were ‘addicted to their pill,’ but they were ‘addicted to the money’08:35[−]
A group of recovering addicts in Abingdon, Va., respond to The Post’s reporting on what company executives said in emails as the opioid crisis raged on.

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33. Hong Kong protesters outmaneuver police and demonstrate in front of Chinese liaison office08:01[−]
Authorities erected massive water-filled barriers around government buildings and glued bricks to the ground in an effort to prevent violence.

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34. Carolyn Hax: Daughter’s ex-boyfriend crossed a line, but it’s not your place to tell him off06:59[−]
It’s her responsibility to tell him that his actions — and a creepy photo — were inappropriate.

35. Do protections for people with disabilities apply online? Domino’s asks high court.Сб., 20 июля[−]
The pizza chain and other businesses want to know how the ADA relates to the Internet.

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36. Drug company executives said they didn’t contribute to the opioid epidemic. Nearly 2,000 communities say otherwise.Сб., 20 июля[−]
In 2008, a congressional panel summoned executives of the nation’s largest drug distribution companies to explain why they were saturating the country with opioid pills. Here's what they said.

37. The Detroit debate: Is there any candidate who doesn’t have something at risk?Сб., 20 июля[−]
The Miami debate and its aftermath left many candidates with unfinished business and a more fluid Democratic race.

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38. City planners eye self-driving vehicles to correct mistakes of the 20th-century autoСб., 20 июля[−]
Autonomous vehicles could cut traffic and pollution — or make them worse, planners say.

39. City planners eye self-driving vehicles to correct mistakes of the 20th-century autoСб., 20 июля[−]
Autonomous vehicles could cut traffic and pollution — or make them worse, planners say.

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40. If we had our way, we’d eat peaches every day. Here are 7 recipes to make the most of them.Сб., 20 июля[−]
That is, if you can stand to give up eating some of them fresh out of hand.

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41. ‘Be More Chill’: The rare new musical you can see now on Broadway or on a small stageСб., 20 июля[−]
“It was not an easy choice,” composer Joe Iconis says of bucking the usual licensing route.

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42. Data shows crisis worsened in full view of officials unwilling or unable to stop itСб., 20 июля[−]
Newly released data from the Drug Enforcement Administration shows a trend in pill distribution that, according to plaintiffs suing the drug industry, can’t be passed off as reasonable therapeutic medical treatment.

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43. How trashy TV made children dumber and enabled a wave of populist leadersСб., 20 июля[−]
The longer people were exposed to particularly vapid television, the more likely they were to vote for populist candidate offering a simple message and easy answers.

44. The ‘digital services tax’ could set off another trade war. We need a way out.Сб., 20 июля[−]
France and Britain target revenue earned in their countries by Google, Apple and other U.S. tech giants.

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45. Chances are, you’re not as open-minded as you thinkСб., 20 июля[−]
People imagine their own views as hypotheses in need of testing.

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46. To understand Britain’s probable next prime minister, read his workСб., 20 июля[−]
Boris Johnson’s biographers, friends and rivals analyze newspaper clips by the former journalist, who has learned to combine high-brow classicism with everyman populism.

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47. C?sar Pelli, celebrated architect of sweep and harmony, dies at 92Сб., 20 июля[−]
His globe-spanning work included the Petronas Towers, a twin-spire skyscraper in Malaysia that was briefly the world’s tallest structure.

48. Amazon’s best Prime Day deal was probably an accidentСб., 20 июля[−]
Photography enthusiasts say they purchased a $13,000 camera lens for $94 during Amazon’s annual marketing event. Experts say it was a pricing error.

49. FTC approves settlement with Google over YouTube kids privacy violationsСб., 20 июля[−]
The Federal Trade Commission has finalized a settlement with Google in its investigation into YouTube for violating federal kids' privacy laws, according to two people familiar with the matter who were not authorized to discuss it on record.

50. Eugene Scalia has defended Wall Street, Walmart and SeaWorld. Now he’s Trump’s pick for labor secretary.Сб., 20 июля[−]
The president’s labor pick could join the administration as it is looking for additional ways to roll back regulations.

51. Picking stocks, like picking ballplayers, can get complicatedСб., 20 июля[−]
Take a look at the Nats’ lineup and think again about sticking with mutual funds.

52. ‘Arrogance,’ ‘a ploy,’ ‘bold’: Here’s what officials are saying about Facebook’s LibraСб., 20 июля[−]
Officials at home and abroad sounded off this week about Facebook's plans to start a cryptocurrency, expressing fears it could destabilize financial markets.

53. Marylou Whitney, socialite and philanthropist, dies at 93Сб., 20 июля[−]
The former actress married C.V. “Sonny” Whitney, an heir to oil and rail fortunes, and became a leading hostess, horse breeder and benefactress.

54. Trump pledges to help ASAP Rocky as rapper’s detention in Sweden approaches its third weekСб., 20 июля[−]
The rapper was arrested earlier this month after an altercation in Stockholm.

55. McDonald’s new Blueberry McGriddles sandwich is an HOV lane to a sugar crashПт., 19 июля[−]
The fast-food chain is testing out the summery breakfast items in the D.C. market until Aug. 11.

56. Jayne Atkinson brings Gov. Ann Richards back to exuberant life in ‘Ann’Пт., 19 июля[−]
Holland Taylor’s solo bio-comedy is an affectionate account of a memorably wry politician.

57. Texas governor signs ‘Save Chick-fil-A’ bill into lawПт., 19 июля[−]
The measure bars governments from taking “adverse” steps against companies or individuals on the basis of their religious beliefs or actions.

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58. I am more than the borders that have surrounded me. We all are.Пт., 19 июля[−]
‘Go back.’ You mean because Bavaria and Slovenia are white, and Puerto Rico and Somalia are not?

59. People are upset when an orchestra closes. If only they went to the concerts.Пт., 19 июля[−]
It’s easy to wring your hands about the decline of the field. It’s more helpful to support it.

60. Facts straight from Mueller’s mouth? They won’t put out the gaslighting fireПт., 19 июля[−]
It’s almost impossible to change minds once the capacity to reason has been surrendered.

61. A romance novelist struggled with Asperger’s. Now she writes about love on the spectrum.Пт., 19 июля[−]
Helen Hoang has published two hits, “The Kiss Quotient” and “The Bride Test,” with more on the way.

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62. A romance novelist struggled with Asperger’s. Now she writes about love on the spectrum.Пт., 19 июля[−]
Helen Hoang has published two hits, “The Kiss Quotient” and “The Bride Test,” with more on the way.

63. As NASA relives its biggest triumph, some worry it won’t be able to do it againПт., 19 июля[−]
The agency is scrambling to meet a White House call to put Americans back on the moon by 2024. Does NASA still have the right stuff?

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64. Desperate for relief from student-loan debt? Just don’t fall prey to scammers.Пт., 19 июля[−]
Avoid any more pain and get some free help to finish those payments.

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65. Bakersfield, once the butt of jokes, is booming. So are many other inland California cities.Пт., 19 июля[−]
Young people are fleeing California’s coastal metroplexes and cosmopolitan enclaves as the cost of living soars.

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66. States must abolish juvenile fees. They’re putting families in debt.Пт., 19 июля[−]
The fees harm rehabilitation and increase recidivism.

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67. Ten years after her murder, we’re still seeking justice for Natalia EstemirovaПт., 19 июля[−]
Female journalists and human rights defenders must be protected.

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68. The second season of ‘Big Little Lies’ is the perfect show for the post-#MeToo eraПт., 19 июля[−]
Being wrong, “Big Little Lies” cautions, doesn’t prevent you from talking, and it doesn’t prevent other people from listening.

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69. The long, ugly history of insisting minority groups can’t criticize AmericaПт., 19 июля[−]
Trump’s attack against four Democratic members of Congress fits a pattern in U.S. politics.

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70. These twin brothers from Buenos Aires have never lived apart since the day they were bornПт., 19 июля[−]
Argentinian photographer Ignacio Colo was driving down the road one day when he saw twin brothers Eduardo and Miguel Portnoy walking down the street. He found them and spent three years with them, telling their story.

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71. Here are 15 of the week’s best photosПт., 19 июля[−]
The 50th anniversary of the Apollo moon landing, Labor Secretary Alex Acosta resigns, Sheep in Paris during an urban transhumance, Hurricane Barry hits Louisiana. Here’s a look at 15 of the best photos from the week, selected by photo editors at The Washington Post.

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72. Wesley Pruden, Washington Times editor and pugnacious conservative columnist, dies at 83Пт., 19 июля[−]
He joined the newspaper soon after its founding in 1982 and went on to serve as editor in chief for 16 years.

73. Children have been crushed and killed by home elevators for decadesЧт., 18 июля[−]
Regulators and companies have allowed the danger to exist despite a simple solution, families and officials say.

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74. Tesla floats fully self-driving cars as soon as this year. Many are worried about what that will unleash.Чт., 18 июля[−]
The company’s decision to deliver new self-driving technology to hundreds of thousands of drivers has rivals and regulators on edge as many worry it could unleash unintended consequences.

75. 3-D spacesuits: The evolution from Mercury and Apollo 11 to Space XСр., 17 июля[−]
Explore five iconic spacesuits in 3-D and more than 50 years of spaceflight

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76. There’s finally good evidence to show how processed food makes us fatСр., 17 июля[−]
Modern industrial food processing has enabled the manufacture of the cheap, convenient, calorie-dense foods that have become staples of our obesogenic diet.

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77. After years of ‘glacial change,’ women now hold more than 1 in 4 corporate board seatsСр., 17 июля[−]
After being stuck at 16 percent for several years, the percentage of women-held board seats in the S&P 500 now reaches nearly 27 percent, according to data from ISS Analytics. Just one company in the S&P 500 has an all-male board.

78. Cheetos chicken sandwich looks toxic and tastes like a missed opportunityСр., 17 июля[−]
It might look extreme, but is this latest stunt sandwich from KFC worth trying?

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79. Sebastian Gorka says that Obama was our first celebrity presidentВт., 16 июля[−]
The former Trump official said there were people in the administration who were “not copacetic and not simpatico with the president.”

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80. The complete list of GOP lawmakers reacting to Trump’s “go back” tweetПн., 15 июля[−]
Days after President Trump tweeted that four Democratic House members should “go back” to their own countries, Congressional Republicans are beginning to respond to the remarks.

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81. A Dartmouth undergrad, a legislator – and a voice for studentsПт., 12 июля[−]

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82. How to create the ice cream of your dreamsВт., 09 июля[−]
Start crafting custom flavors and turn your kitchen into your very own scoop shop.

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83. What the Space Age taught us: Earth is the best option we haveВт., 18 июня[−]
Half a century after Apollo 11, we have been forced to recalibrate our expectations on space exploration.

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Lillian Cunningham on the United States’ path to being the first to have astronauts walk on the moon. Plus, Sebastian Smee on an iconic photo of Mother Earth.

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86. Who makes the best cookies-and-cream ice cream in the U.S.?без даты[−]
We scooped up 15 top brands to find out.

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