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Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News &Analysis
Breaking news and analysis on politics, business, world national news, entertainment more. In-depth DC, Virginia, Maryland news coverage including traffic, weather, crime, education, restaurant reviews and more.
 
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How a Trump decision on abortion policy reverberated around the globe
One of President Trump's first executive orders requires groups to pledge to have no role in promoting abortion — or forgo U.S. health funding. The policy has created a wave of uncertainty for aid-dependent countries.

Microsoft co-founder and billionaire investor dies at 65
Mr. Allen was 22 and Bill Gates was 19 when the friends formed a company that became known as Microsoft, unleashing a personal-computer revolution that made both men fabulously wealthy. He left Microsoft in 1983 and invested his billions in sports teams, aerospace ventures and philanthropic efforts.

Seahawks, Trail Blazers owner remembered as a ‘driving force’ by sports world
Allen, who owned the Seahawks and Portland Trail Blazers, was credited with keeping the NFL in Seattle.

Turkish investigators search Saudi Consulate where journalist last seen
The search was conducted 13 days after Jamal Khashoggi vanished while visiting the facility in Istanbul, and came as expectations mounted among U.S. officials that Saudi Arabia will admit some level of complicity in the death of the journalist, according to a person familiar with the discussions.

Today’s WorldView: Trump joins Saudi Arabia’s Khashoggi cover-up
As the Saudi story surrounding Jamal Khashoggi collapses, the president is still bending in Riyadh's direction.

Finance CEOs latest to pull out of Saudi ‘Davos in the Desert’
Global banks and investment firms have been earning large fees from Saudi Arabia — and stood to earn even more if the kingdom made good on plans to privatize its oil industry.

Trump sidesteps truth with his go-to moves on ‘60 Minutes’
In his televised interview, the president again proved that his rhetoric is fundamentally based on making statements that are not true and on being as deceptive as his audience will allow.

Judge throws out Stormy Daniels’s defamation lawsuit against Trump
U.S. District Judge S. James Otero also ordered the adult film actress to pay the president’s legal fees. Daniels’s lawsuit claimed that President Trump defamed her when he suggested her allegation that she was threatened to stay quiet about their relationship was a lie.

We must demand accountability for Saudi Arabia’s behavior
We’ve been letting them get away with murder.

Who needs Saudi Arabia?
Whatever the outcome of the Khashoggi case, a fundamental reshaping of the relationship is imperative.

Prince Jared finds himself in the wrong fairytale
No matter how unscrupulous the Saudi crown prince might be, he’s still rich.

States are taking action on #MeToo. Why isn’t Congress?
Voters next month should remind lawmakers about the #MeToo movement.

Trump’s relentless lying is dangerous — and impeachable
His utter disregard for truth is a dereliction of his duty as president.

The perfect person to replace Jeff Sessions
The next attorney general will have a hugely important job.

Trump tops $100 million in fundraising for his own reelection
No other president dating back to at least Ronald Reagan had raised as much money as Trump at this point in his first term, according to the Campaign Finance Institute.

‘Blue wave’ or ‘left-wing mob’? Anti-Trump fervor fuels a new movement aimed squarely at winning elections.
Hundreds of thousands of activists — mostly white, college-educated women — have mobilized since 2016 through protests and, now, midterm campaigns.

Dust-up with Warren shows that Trump is pulling the strings in the Democratic presidential contest
The Massachusetts senator responded to months of “Pocahontas” gibes from President Trump, but the reaction distracted from more-pressing Democratic needs: keeping the focus on the upcoming midterm elections.

Washington Archdiocese releases names of 31 priests ‘credibly’ accused of abuse
Four days after Cardinal Donald Wuerl's exit over abuse criticism, Catholic leaders said the move was necessary for “full transparency.” The cases go back to 1948.

Regulations would require drugmakers to disclose prices in TV ads
The Trump administration proposal would require list prices of prescription drugs to be included in television advertisements, as part of its attempt to bring down drug prices.

‘Hyperalarming’ study shows dramatic loss of insects in pristine American tropical forest
A new report suggests the decline in invertebrate populations is more widespread than scientists realized. Huge numbers of bugs have been lost in a pristine national forest in Puerto Rico, the study found, and the forest’s insect-eating animals have gone missing, too.

Dodgers fall flat as Brewers take 2-1 series lead
Los Angeles failed to muster any runs and looked less than sharp defensively in a 4-0 loss.

Lauren Ko finds passion in creating perfect geometric pies
Self-taught baker and artist Lauren Ko creates art out of the edible with intricate geometric pies.

Summer rainfall: Opposite extremes split the nation
It’s been a wet one, unless, of course, it’s been a dry one.

How easy is it to vote in your state?
The right to vote is enshrined in the Constitution, but how to exercise that right differs across the country.

Welcome back NBA: These are the must-see games for opening week
he season opens Tuesday night in Boston, as the Celtics and 76ers kick off our slate of the most intriguing matchups of the first week.

Thirty years after the Soviet Union’s humiliating defeat in Afghanistan, Moscow wants back in.
Thirty years after the Soviets withdrew from Afghanistan, the Kremlin wants back in.

Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, out and about
The couple carries out engagements with the queen and other members of the House of Windsor in Britain.

Minnesota Senate candidate Karin Housley compared Michelle Obama to a ‘chimp’ in 2009
In a Facebook post, Housley said that a chimpanzee from a 1951 film “stood up straighter than Michelle. Uh-oh, someone is going to make a comment.”

Democratic candidates in competitive Senate, House races see infusion of cash in final stretch of midterms
The surge in donations, many of them in small denominations, suggests grass-roots enthusiasm for Democratic candidates is gaining steam.

Minnesota Senate candidate Karin Housley compared Michelle Obama to a ‘chimp’ in 2009
In a Facebook post, Housley said that a chimpanzee from a 1951 film “stood up straighter than Michelle. Uh-oh, someone is going to make a comment.”

Sheldon and Miriam Adelson donate $32 million in September to boost Republicans
The Adelsons are the biggest donors this election cycle, with at least $87 million given to GOP super PACs.

Meghan and Harry’s baby will not automatically be a prince or princess. Here’s why.
So. Many. Questions.

Trump joins Saudi Arabia’s Khashoggi cover-up
As the Saudi story surrounding Jamal Khashoggi collapses, the president is still bending in Riyadh's direction.

Turkish investigators search Saudi Consulate where journalist was last seen
President Trump sends Secretary of State Pompeo to talk to Saudi king about Khashoggi’s disappearance. 

At least one kidnapped aid worker in Nigeria has been killed by Boko Haram
The International Committee of the Red Cross had issued an urgent plea for help from the government and asked the militant group to show mercy.

Political contests erupt as cities and hotel industry struggle to curb Airbnb
In backlash, hosts force referendum in San Diego; short-term rentals continue rapid growth despite new regulations.

‘I shot a whole family of baboons’: Idaho Fish and Game official resigns amid fury over Africa trophy hunting boasts
Blake Fischer and his wife went to Namibia where they hunted a variety of animals, including a giraffe and a leopard.

A family stranded by hurricane spelled ‘HELP’ with downed trees. Then, their niece spotted it online.
Amber Gee was looking at a government map of damage in the area when she saw the message from her family.

SNL has skewered every president since Ford. All of them reacted the same way — until now.
Trump is the first president to attack his portrayal by Alec Baldwin on Saturday Night Live instead of laugh along.

Here in Florida, hurricanes are always political
How Michael has candidates scrambling.

Not all senior citizens need discounts. But all low-income people do.
It could never be the only solution to poverty, but it might help make a difference.

What Jamal Khashoggi and Edward Snowden have in common
The end of Saudi Arabia's hypocritical power.

The idea that action against climate change will ‘destroy the economy’ couldn’t be more wrong
While Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) worries about businesses, the rest of us worry that inaction will destroy the world.

Pressure builds as National Park Service considers proposals to change how protests are done in D.C.
Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton said if the proposals are approved, Congress and the federal courts will work to dismantle them.

Three in Northwest DC attacked by rabid raccoon, officials say
Animal has been captured, euthanized, health department says.

Prince George’s police officer faces rape charges in traffic stop, police say
A woman reported an assault by an officer, authorities say.

Rep. Brat and Democrat Spanberger tangle in first — and probably only — debate
They are competing in Virginia’s 7th District, a traditionally Republican region in play in the Trump era.

The NBA isn’t big in New Orleans. Problem is, Anthony Davis is huge everywhere else.
In a league in which the best players have never been so transient, can small market New Orleans show enough love to convince its megastar to stay long-term?

Aaron Rodgers’s knee isn’t quite right. But he’s still good enough to carry the Packers.
Green Bay struggled at home against the lowly 49ers. But Rodgers, gimpy knee and all, delivered yet again when it mattered the most.

TV and radio listings: October 16
Taking a spin around the sports dial.

Aly Raisman blasts new USA Gymnastics head over connection to Larry Nassar ‘cover up’
The Olympic gold medalist pointed out that Mary Bono, a former Republican congresswoman recently tabbed to lead the reeling organization, worked for a law firm that had helped make excuses for Nassar's absence from competitions while he was under investigation for sexual assault.

Netflix’s new ‘Salt Fat Acid Heat’ is unlike any other food show on TV
Samin Nosrat, the show's star, breaks the mold — and shows us it's okay to make mistakes.

Shy Glizzy is bigger than ever — but he still sounds like D.C.
The District rapper’s new album, “Fully Loaded,” reviewed.

Charlamagne Tha God cancels live interview with Kanye West, saying it ‘would not be productive’
"Unfortunately I think to have that conversation with him right now would not be productive and a total distraction from the point of the convo which is to eradicate the stigma of mental health especially in the black community," Charlamagne said.

Carolyn Hax: Taking in a teen from an unstable home could save his life
It’s an amazing thing you’re doing. Let him know there’s more love where that came from.

Two dramas on immigration and art emphasize the art
‘New Guidelines for Peaceful Times’ at Spooky Action freshens an old interrogation model.

A look back at the ‘supreme hostess’ of the American gilded age
Therese Anne Fowler’s “A Well-Behaved Woman” takes a gimlet-eyed view of high-society life.

Is it a museum or not? The question is worth asking.
Do we really need museums of Ice Cream, Poetry, Pinballs, Toby Jugs, Meditation?

Dover Quartet begins Kennedy residence with style
Performance shows quartet’s atonishing range

A small privacy change for Google leads to big disruptions for start-ups
Google’s move to cut developers off from scanning people’s Gmail for ad targeting might go unnoticed by most users -- but it could upend a whole segment of apps, highlighting the outsized power and influence Google wields as a gatekeeper of data.

Paul Allen, Microsoft co-founder and billionaire investor, dies at 65
Mr. Allen, who in 1975 set up with Bill Gates the company that became known as Microsoft, died Monday from complications of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in Seattle, according to a statement from his family. He also used his Microsoft stock as collateral to invest in entities including sports teams, buying the Seattle Seahawks and Portland Trail […]

Paul Allen, Microsoft co-founder and billionaire investor, dies at 65
Mr. Allen, who in 1975 set up with Bill Gates the company that became known as Microsoft, has died from complications of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in Seattle, according to a statement from his family. This is a developing story. It will be updated.  

A small privacy change for Google leads to big disruptions for start-ups
Google’s move to cut developers off from scanning people’s Gmail for ad targeting might go unnoticed by most users -- but it could upend a whole segment of apps, highlighting the outsized power and influence Google wields as a gatekeeper of data.

Deficit balloons to $779 billion in Trump’s second year
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin pointed out the president's proposals to cut "wasteful spending."

Paul Allen, Microsoft co-founder and billionaire investor, dies at 65
He left Microsoft in 1983 and invested his billions in sports teams, aerospace ventures and philanthropic efforts.

Finance CEOs pull out of Saudi ‘Davos in the Desert’ over Khashoggi, risking lucrative role in kingdom’s economic reforms
Global banks and investment firms have been earning large fees from Saudi Arabia — and stood to earn even more if the kingdom made good on plans to privatize its oil industry.

Political contests erupt as cities and hotel industry struggle to curb Airbnb
In backlash, hosts force referendum in San Diego; short-term rentals continue rapid growth despite new regulations.

Trump’s civil service plans greeted with praise and doubts
Office of Personnel Management moves to speed hiring by skipping certain civil service procedures and adopt alternative pay systems for some occupations.

More Americans disapprove of Kavanaugh’s confirmation than support it, new poll shows
The Washington Post-ABC News poll also shows that a narrow majority says congressional investigation of the new justice should not end with his elevation to the court.

Public Health Service officers pay $25 for baggage fees and for no respect
Public Health Service officers are military officers in many ways, but not when it comes to having baggage fees waived.

Most federal retirees to receive 2.8 percent COLA in January
The upcoming inflation adjustment for retirees will be the largest since 2012.

Paul Allen, Microsoft co-founder and billionaire investor, dies at 65
He left Microsoft in 1983 and invested his billions in sports teams, aerospace ventures and philanthropic efforts.

Robert Bausch, acclaimed Virginia novelist and teacher, dies at 73
A full-time college teacher since 1975, he also published nine novels and a short-story collection.

Jim Taylor, hard-running Hall of Fame fullback for Green Bay Packers, dies at 83
He was the leading ground gainer for Vince Lombardi’s dynasty of the 1960s.

George Taliaferro, Indiana U. football star and first black player drafted in NFL, dies at 91
He played seven seasons of pro football and is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame.

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