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1 Sally Buzbee of the Associated Press named executive editor of The Washington Post, the first woman to lead the newsroom
2 New book portrays a Secret Service riven by scandal and growing pains
3 Biden administration, House Democrats reach agreement in Donald McGahn subpoena lawsuit
4 Ransomware attack on D.C. police resumes with more internal files released
5 Girl, 15, pleads guilty to murder in fatal carjacking of Uber Eats driver in D.C.
6 Liz Cheney and the sad face of the Republican Party
7 D.C. to remove capacity, activity restrictions for most businesses on May 21
8 CDC director urges parents to vaccinate children
9 Stocks slide in broad sell-off, with Dow tumbling more than 470 points
10 The Trailer: 2020, Continued: How post-Trump voting laws would have changed the last election
11 Sen. Josh Hawley's life: From far-right newspaper columns as a teen to the insurrection
12 Biden’s sweeping — and fluid — tax plans are making some congressional Democrats nervous
13 Rand Paul and the GOP effort to blame Fauci for the coronavirus
14 Maker of latest experimental vaccine will not seek authorization until July at the earliest
15 After Black driver is handcuffed and arrested, Va. prosecutor says she never should have been pulled over
16 FDA authorizes Pfizer coronavirus vaccine for adolescents 12 to 15 years old
17 How the election-fraud myth was spread by Russell Ramsland and the Texas security company ASOG
18 White House says Biden will release updated health information this year
19 Biden administration revives anti-bias protections in health care for transgender people
20 Trump Justice Department secretly obtained Post reporters’ phone records
21 Air pollution from farms leads to 17,900 U.S. deaths per year, study finds
22 Florida lightning strike blasts chunk of roadway into vehicle
23 Kevin McCarthy hits the bottom of the barrel
24 Fuel shortages crop up in Southeast, gas prices climb after pipeline hack
25 Federal judge denies NRA attempt to declare bankruptcy in win for New York state attorney general
26 Recovery’s stumbles leave Americans confronting unfamiliar inflation risk
27 Refusal to accept reality is doing unquestionable damage to democracy
28 Texas’s population boom should be a boon to Democrats. But Republicans are reaping the gains.
29 Brood awakening: Cicadas emerging across D.C. area
30 Interior Department approves first large-scale offshore wind farm in the U.S.
31 ‘Where is the plan?’: Biden pressed on global vaccine strategy
32 Washingtonian staff goes on publishing strike after CEO’s op-ed about remote work
33 College students were suspended after attending a party unmasked. Parents are fighting back.
34 How New Game Plus and post-game content works in ‘Resident Evil 8: Village’
35 We May Never Know Who's Behind the Washington Post Peloton Account
36 Rental to Rep. Kevin McCarthy violated condo bylaws
37 Trump’s out-of-power agenda: Retribution against foes, commanding the spotlight and total domination of GOP
38 British elections send a message to Trump, GOP and Biden’s Democrats
39 Pimlico’s real winner could be the surrounding Baltimore neighborhood
40 A Florida classroom offered a book inspired by the killing of Tamir Rice. Police decried it as ‘propaganda.’
41 Hundreds of bodies of covid-19 victims are still in New York’s refrigerated trucks more than a year into the pandemic
42 As a CEO, I worry about the erosion of office culture with more remote work
43 To mask or not to mask? With vaccines and new guidelines, the mask-faithful navigate a ‘weird gray area.’
44 The 1918 pandemic tells us that we can’t celebrate the end of covid yet
45 Trump, Republicans express outrage over extension of Facebook ban
46 Why the DOJ has been investigating Washington Post reporters
47 Fauci says wearing masks could become seasonal following the pandemic
48 Sheikh Jarrah highlights the violent brazenness of Israel’s colonialist project
49 An app that swiftly sends CPR volunteers to heart attack sufferers has made a big difference in Denmark. Could this be copied in the U.S.?
50 Senior CDC official who met Trump’s wrath for raising alarm about coronavirus to resign
51 Border arrests rose slightly in April, but fewer minors crossing without parents eases pressure on Biden administration
52 Stefanik defends election falsehoods told on Jan. 6
53 Washington Post Magazine seeks pitches for underreported stories in communities across the country
54 Push to electrify mail trucks gains wide support, an unlikely win for both DeJoy and Biden
55 17 requests for backup in 78 minutes
56 U.S. picked up just 266,000 jobs in April, well below expectations as economy struggles to rebound
57 She’s chasing a Washington dream. He’s the Night Mayor.
58 As Biden faces a struggle to hold the Senate, Democrats’ divisions resurface
59 The politicians who tried to overturn an election — and the local news team that won’t let anyone forget it
60 A rare calico lobster was rescued from a Red Lobster. It’s now headed to a Virginia exhibit.
61 West Virginia’s Capito emerges as central figure as Democrats, Republicans seek infrastructure deal
62 ‘We cut too deep’: Air Force reinstates hundreds of ROTC cadets after dismissals spark backlash
63 Sally Buzbee Named New Washington Post Executive Editor, First Woman to Hold the Top Job
64 Americans will increasingly have to make their own judgments about covid-19 risks
65 117th Congress: Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.)
66 FBI was aware prominent Americans, including Giuliani, were targeted by Russian influence operation
67 Apple’s AirTag trackers made it frighteningly easy to ‘stalk’ me in a test
68 White House will make unordered vaccine supply available to other states
69 Federal judge vacates CDC’s nationwide eviction moratorium
70 ‘It’s pretty marginal’: Experts say Biden’s vaccine waiver unlikely to boost supply quickly
71 CDC acknowledges airborne transmission
72 A quarter of women say they are financially worse off a year into pandemic, Post-ABC poll finds
73 The US doled out trillions in aid during the pandemic. Why wasn't it enough to keep the lights on in Peoria?
74 Many police officers spurn coronavirus vaccines as departments hold off on mandates
75 F.P. Santangelo is off the Nationals’ broadcast after sexual misconduct allegation
76 What you need to know about research linking sleep deprivation and dementia
77 The worst coronavirus predictions
78 After covering everything for 52 years, it’s time to see what I missed
79 Why the world’s most vaccinated country is seeing an unprecedented spike in coronavirus cases
80 Libyan mass graves: Kaniyat militia accused of Tarhuna killings
81 Strongmen who got cozy with Trump get the cold shoulder from Biden
82 Chris Ruddy and Newsmax went all-in on Trump. Now they might pay a price for it.
83 In India’s surge, a religious gathering attended by millions helped the virus spread
84 For Republicans, fealty to Trump’s election falsehood becomes defining loyalty test
85 D.C. ban on wedding dancing gets chilly reception from couples
86 Accused Capitol rioter had ‘Foxitis,’ his attorney says: He ‘started believing what was being fed to him’
87 GOP governors slash jobless aid to try to force more Americans to return to work
88 Scientists may have found a new coronavirus rapid-testing method: Bees
89 Maryland governor grants posthumous pardons for 34 Black lynching victims
90 Republicans think they won’t pay a price for assaulting democracy. Here’s why.
91 CDC says coronavirus could be under control this summer in U.S. if people get vaccinated and are careful
92 NOAA unveils new U.S. climate ‘normals’ that are warmer than ever
93 Fact-checking Biden’s 2021 address to Congress
94 DeJoy charges ahead with USPS cost-cutting despite beating financial projections
95 ICE deportations fell in April to lowest monthly level on record, enforcement data shows
96 How three major news organizations all got a story about Rudy Giuliani wrong
97 The Pentagon must prepare for a much bigger theater of war
98 The coronavirus vaccine skeptics who changed their minds
99 Minutes before Trump left office, millions of the Pentagon’s dormant IP addresses sprang to life
100 Debris from Chinese space rocket booster lands in Indian Ocean near Maldives, China reports