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Hong Kong protesters defy ban as clashes escalate on key pro-democracy anniversary

By Shibani Mahtani and Timothy McLaughlin August 31 at 9:06 PM                       The Washington …

Bloody suicide attack claimed by Islamic State on Kabul wedding kills 63

Asia & Pacific By Pamela Constable and Sharif Hassan August 18 at 6:33 AM                        …

9 killed in Ohio in second US mass shooting within 24 hours

By Dan Sewell and John Minchillo | AP August 4 at 7:52 AM      The Washington Post DAYTON, Ohio — A …

Barack Obama shares op-ed criticizing President Trump’s ‘poisoning of our democracy.’

By Colby Itkowitz July 27 at 3:44 PM             The Washington Post Former president Barack Obama, …

How the dust in your home may affect your health

By Gabriel Filippelli July 20                       The Washington Post You vacuum it, sweep it and …

Chances are, you’re not as open-minded as you think

By David Epstein July 20 at 6:21 PM                         The Washingto Post David Epstein is the …

Trump becomes first sitting president to set foot into North Korea

By Seung Min Kim and Simon Denyer June 30 at 7:13 AM       The Washington Post PANMUNJOM, South Kore …

Trump’s consistent criticism of Iran pushes U.S. to point of potential conflict

By Anne Gearan and Carol Morello June 15 at 3:04 PM         The Washington Post One constant in Pres …

On a Russian outpost in the Pacific, fear and fantasies of a Japanese future

Russia has the islands. Japan claims them. And suddenly there is speculation that Putin could give t …

In Japan’s ‘city of whales,’ an uncertain future after last Antarctic hunt

Japan plans to resume commercial whaling in its territorial waters. It’s an act of defiance but also …

‘We’re human beings!’ the homeless woman yelled. ‘Acknowledge us!’ Then people did — in a way she didn’t expect.

By Terrence McCoy March 28                                 washingtonpost.com The city didn’t seem t …

From moms to medical doctors, burnout is everywhere these days

(Zoë van Dijk for The Washington Post) By Jenny Rough March 30 at 11:00 AM                           …

As Japan’s leader, Junichiro Koizumi backed nuclear power. Now he’s a major foe.

Bags of nuclear waste are stored in the Japanese town of Naraha on Jan. 25. Reconstruction and clean …

Nukes and sanctions: What actually went wrong for Trump and Kim Jong Un

By Adam Taylor March 1                              The Washington Post President Trump’s summit wit …

An Arizona cop threatened to arrest a 12-year-old journalist. She wasn’t backing down.

By Antonia Noori Farzan                   The Washington Post February 22 When a small-town Arizona …

Sorry, Republicans. You can’t call out Northam for racism and give Trump a pass.

The Washington Post House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) watches as President Trump speak …

‘I hope we get some common sense’: Republicans reeling from political damage caused by shutdown

By Seung Min Kim and Sean Sullivan January 26 at 5:09 PM     The Washington Post Senate Majority Lea …

Bluefin tuna sells for record $3.1 million at Tokyo fish market, but scarcity clouds celebration

Decades of overfishing have sent stocks of this top ocean predator to less than four percent of hist …

Prosecuting the Chinese Huawei executive is an idiotic way to hold China in check

By Zachary KarabellZachary Karabell is the author of several books, including “The Leading Indicator …

Saudi crown prince exchanged messages with aide alleged to have overseen Khashoggi killing

By Shane Harris and Souad Mekhennet December 1 at 8:18 PM                          The Washington Po …

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