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The Washington Post

Who’s up and who’s down in Big Ten basketball? Depends on the day.
Fake medicine kills people and funds terrorism. African leaders are trying to do something about it.…
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From The Post's Editorial Board: The Senate must not ignore the new evidence on Ukraine
Have it both ways for Dry January with these cocktails that shine with or without the booze
Perspective: Royalty, social class could not shield Meghan from racism in Britain
As their birthrates fall, China, Cuba, Germany, Hungary and Japan take different approaches to the issue of aging populations
Opinion: The path for Iowans to pick a presidential candidate is filled with twists
Opinion: I was in prison with Mustafa Kassem. His death is a tragedy for Egypt — and the U.S.
Opinion: Thanks to Trump, we are living in a world of sleaze
Textbooks are pricey. So students are getting creative.
Perspective: Goop teaches us we can be pure — if we spend enough money
Tesla faces federal review of complaints its cars accelerate without warning
Opinion: What impeachment watchers are getting wrong about John Roberts’ role
U.S. women’s soccer has named its Olympic qualifying roster. Here are the main takeaways.
Opinion: Trump’s mercenary foreign policy confirms what our worst critics say of us
What happens when an old elephant dies? Zoo officials have a plan.
Perspective: Martin Luther King and the "polite" racism of white liberals
Opinion: The values preached by Martin Luther King Jr. need rediscovering in 2020
Supreme Court will hear cases on electoral college, birth control mandate
Opinion: No crime? No dice. Trump needs to sing a new tune.
Ex-congressman Chris Collins sentenced to 2 years on insider-trading, false-statements charges
French horn virtuoso Barry Tuckwell, widely described as the most recorded hornist in history, dies at 88
Ex-Guantanamo chief convicted of covering up fight over alleged affair days before man’s death
Nets’ Kyrie Irving defends leadership style, imploring critics to "stay out" of locker room
From The Post's Editorial Board: The Senate must not ignore the new evidence on Ukraine
‘Shove it,’ Rep. Ted Lieu tells GOP colleague Devin Nunes in response to lawsuit threat
In the wake of bush fires, hunger-relief efforts mobilize in Australia
Analysis: Trump takes credit for low black unemployment rates. Most black voters largely disagree.
Opinion: The Oscars should get over their fear of horror movies
Opinion: As Iran smolders, I’m celebrating a bittersweet anniversary
Mexico hopes new trade treaty will shield it from Trump threats
Disney to remove "Fox" from 20th Century film studio name
MLB pitchers cheat, too. They use pine tar instead of trash cans.
Opinion: The arrival of Harry and Meghan won’t change the monarchy’s fading allure in Canada
Trump expands legal team to include Kenneth Starr, Alan Dershowitz for impeachment trial
Opinion | The Grisham Watch: What’s the White House press secretary up to?
National Archives exhibit blurs images critical of President Trump
Hank Azaria reportedly quitting role as voice of Apu on "The Simpsons"
Pentagon announces new restrictions on foreign military students after shooting at Pensacola naval station
Now that Trump has a trade deal with China, some Europeans fear he will focus his trade threats on them
Facebook is ordered to hand over data about thousands of apps that may have violated user privacy
Ex-congressman Chris Collins sentenced to more than 2 years on insider-trading, false-statements charges…
Trump lashes out at HHS secretary after briefing shows Democrats leading on health care
Perspective | Impeachment managers should forget the Senate and focus on the real jury: Voters
12 jurors picked to hear sex-assault charges against Harvey Weinstein
Opinion: For impeachment defense team, Trump recruits from Fox News
In France, an iconic restaurant loses its third Michelin star — pushing national strikes and Iran off the front page
Opinion: The Washington Post Editorial Board interviews 2020 candidate Andrew Yang
Analysis: On Fox this week, Vince Vaughn and Lev Parnas battled for coverage dominance
Yes, Trump campaign ad uses a song from League of Legends. No, he didn’t steal it from Riot.
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