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  1. Isn’t Some of the Trump Hotel Profit Ours? Editorial, Today

    Remember when he said he’d keep things constitutional by donating profits from foreign guests? You didn’t believe him, did you?...

  2. Lee Boyd Malvo, Serving Life in ‘Beltway Sniper’ Case, Must Be Resentenced, Judge Says National, May 26

    A federal judge in Virginia ruled that the life sentences imposed when Lee Boyd Malvo was a teenager were unconstitutional....

  3. Did the Turkish President’s Security Detail Attack Protesters in Washington? What the Video Shows Interactive, May 26

    We reviewed videos and photos to track the actions of 24 men, including armed members of the Turkish president’s security detail, who attacked protesters in Washington....

  4. Did the Turkish President’s Security Detail Attack Protesters in Washington? What the Video Shows Interactive, May 26

    We reviewed videos and photos to track the actions of 24 men, including armed members of the Turkish president’s security detail, who attacked protesters in Washington.

  5. African-American Museum Wins New Fans: Athletes Sports, May 24

    The history and culture museum in Washington has quickly become a must-see attraction for visiting players and teams, especially from the N.B.A....

  6. Washington’s Trump Mania: ‘I Get Nervous When My Phone Buzzes’ National, May 18

    The people in Washington are in a strange existential place: unable to get enough of the news cycle, and yet on the verge of Trump-related fatigue....

  7. Erdogan Security Forces Launch ‘Brutal Attack’ on Washington Protesters, Officials Say National, May 17

    Photos and videos showed people kicking and punching demonstrators outside the ambassador’s residence as the police tried to intervene....

  8. Brawl in Washington Over President Erdogan's Visit Video, May 17

    Supporters and opponents of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan fought outside the Turkish ambassador's residence in Washington on Tuesday....

  9. Trump’s Youngest Son to Attend Maryland Prep School National, May 15

    Barron Trump will enroll at St. Andrew’s Episcopal, affirming the first family’s plans to reunite in Washington after living apart since January....

  10. G.S.A.’s Revolving Door at a Trump Hotel Editorial, May 15

    Denise Turner Roth, the agency’s former administrator, overlooked what seemed like a lease violation, then resurfaced in a firm with government ties....

  11. James Comey, Fired by Trump, Goes to a Musical Culture, May 14

    Mr. Comey, the former F.B.I. director, and his wife saw “Fun Home” in Washington. “They were wiping away the tears as they came backstage to meet the cast,” a producer said....

  12. Britain and the E.U. Are Breaking Up, but They’re Still Partying Together Foreign, May 13

    Despite its country’s vote to leave the alliance, the British Embassy in Washington again took part in European Union Day, an annual festival of embassy open houses....

  13. Suddenly Intrigued by Scandals and Spies? Here’s What to See Travel, May 12

    With the F.B.I. and Russia investigations in the news, museums and tours (including those at the White House) can offer history and insight....

  14. Washington Welcomes the Wealthiest Sunday Business, May 12

    Sales of extravagant homes, cars and goods are up, as not only the Trump people but also many others discover the city’s new luxuries....

  15. Apple Comes to Washington Op Ed, May 12

    It feels as if the city itself is getting a brand-new operating system....

  16. Tillerson: It’s Time to Restore ‘Balance’ With Other Countries Foreign, May 3

    In his first address laying out his vision as secretary of state, Rex W. Tillerson said that the United States had done too much for allies and emerging nations....

  17. F.B.I. Helping American University Investigate Bananas Found Hanging From Nooses U.S., May 3

    Monday marked the first time a black woman has ever served as American University’s student government president. That same day, the bananas appeared.

  18. Ivanka Trump Has the President’s Ear. Here’s Her Agenda. U.S., May 2

    The first daughter has the president’s trust and a widening portfolio. So what will she do with it?

  19. School Vouchers Aren’t Working, but Choice Is Opinion, May 2

    Charters and vouchers, often lumped together, are very different.

  20. For Journalists, Annual Dinner Serves Up Catharsis and Resolve Business Day, April 30

    Even as President Trump heckled the proceedings from Pennsylvania, guests said the often-frivolous White House Correspondents’ Association dinner felt oddly profound.

  21. What Mike McLintock From ‘Veep’ Would Say to Sean Spicer Arts, April 29

    Matt Walsh, who has portrayed the gaffe-prone White House press secretary on HBO, has some advice for Sean Spicer, the man who holds the job in real life.