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5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: Trump tells NATO nations to pay up

(image) brussels — President Trump exported the confrontational, nationalist rhetoric of his campaign across the Atlantic on Thursday, scolding European leaders for not footing more of the bill for their own defense and lecturing them to stop taking advantage...



5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: From opposing sides, a common grief

(image) People whose parents died fighting on opposing sides in the Vietnam War held a ceremony Thursday at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Vu Ngoc Xiem, left, whose father was killed in an air raid, hugged Susan Mitchell-Mattera, whose father died in a...



5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: Kushner meetings with Russians are a focus of probe
Investigators are focusing on a series of meetings held by Jared Kushner, President Trump’s sonin-law and an influential White House adviser, as part of their probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election and related matters, according to people...



5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: Medicaid with strings: Time limits, drug tests
Wisconsin is preparing to recast its Medicaid program in ways that no state has ever done, requiring low-income adults to undergo drug screening to qualify for health coverage and setting time limits on assistance unless they work or train for a...



5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: For foreign policy team, not-so-extreme vetting
As Donald Trump surged in the Republican primary polls in the early months of 2016, his outsider campaign faced growing pressure to show that the former reality-TV star and noted provocateur was forming a coherent and credible worldview. So when...



5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: Cuts to
the social safety net and the federal workforce in President Trump’s budget plan would devastate the Washington region, local government officials and analysts said.



5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: U.S. workers
— millennial women especially — aren’t taking the vacations they’ve earned, a new survey found.



5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: Court deals another blow to president’s travel ban
A federal appeals court on Thursday left in place the freeze on President Trump’s revised entry ban, handing the administration another legal setback in its efforts to block the issuance of new visas to citizens of six Muslimmajority countries. The...



5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: ‘We knew he was innocent’

(image) An ex-cop and the Philadelphia Innocence Project helped free a man wrongly imprisoned for 24 years.



5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: Heaven on a bun

(image) D.C.’s best hamburgers, for all budgets, including one worth its $25 price.



5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: Senate Republicans
are weighing a change to the “blue slip” custom followed in the Obama years that allows the minority party to block some home-state judicial picks.



5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: Gov. Larry Hogan
said he plans to veto a paid-sick-leave bill approved by the Maryland legislature last month, calling it “deeply flawed” and “disastrous.”



5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: Montana special election
As Republicans appeared poised to keep a House seat, Democrats still claimed a victory.



5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: Blue whales
are the most massive animals in the planet’s history. Scientists now think they have an idea of what made them so big.



5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: Iraq said
it is investigating an elite police unit over allegations of torture, rape and extrajudicial killings in the battle for Mosul.



5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: Two Metro workers
face disciplinary action after letting an unauthorized contractor onto tracks, causing a near-miss incident.



5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: The National Zoo’s
18-year-old giant female panda, Mei Xiang, is in heat, and scientists are monitoring her closely.



5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: A man was accused
of paying people to give him blood, which police said he was storing in an apartment near Nationals Park.



5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: A Missouri man
is suing Hershey, saying the company shortchanges customers by not completely filling its candy boxes.



5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: Salvadoran officials
are dreading the return of gang members swept up in President Trump’s deportation push.



5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: Democrats said
the effort to roll back netneutrality rules will be a white-hot campaign issue.



5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: ‘Free and aloft’
Laurie Anderson gets a museum space to delve into virtual reality.



5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: A District board
approved two new charter middle schools and an adult-education campus.



5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: The FCC
is considering a proposal that would lift robo-call restrictions on telemarketers.



5/26/2017: FRONT PAGE: A father-son team
relocated 40,000 bees swarming in a Virginia neighborhood.



5/26/2017: NEWS: Joe Lieberman removes himself from consideration for FBI director
Former senator Joseph I. Lieberman (I-Conn.) has withdrawn his name from consideration for FBI director. Lieberman cited the potential appearance of a conflict after President Trump hired his longtime attorney Marc Kasowitz — who is a partner at the...



5/26/2017: NEWS: HAPPENING TODAY
All day President Trump meets with Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni and attends Group of Seven sessions in Taormina, Italy. Follow developments at washingtonpost.com/politics. 10 a.m. Vice President Pence delivers an address at the U.S. Naval...



5/26/2017: NEWS: Washington Post iPad app
We bring you a richly designed reading experience — a replica of the printed newspaper, along with a 14-day archive, more than 40 comic strips, all Post blogs and real-time social media. The app gives you video, photo galleries, new search...



5/26/2017: NEWS: CORRECTION
Because of a production error, an image of Sheryl Sandberg’s book “Option B” that appeared with an On Leadership column in the April 30 Business section was cut off so that the “B” in the title appeared to be an “E.”



5/26/2017: POLITICS & THE NATION: Report: No cancer case link to Guantanamo
U.S. military health experts found no link between several cases of cancer and environmental conditions in an area used for legal proceedings at the Guantanamo Bay detention center, according to a report released Thursday by the Navy. The report found...



5/26/2017: POLITICS & THE NATION: Teen pilot dies in plane crash:
A teenage pilot was killed and his passenger was seriously injured when a single-engine plane crashed into a river near a small northwestern Wisconsin community still recovering from last week’s deadly tornado. Owen Knutson, 17, died at the scene of...



5/26/2017: THE WORLD: Philippine soldiers take fight to militants
marawi, philippines — Backed by tanks and rocket-firing helicopters, Philippine troops launched “precision attacks” Thursday to clear extremists linked to the Islamic State from a city that has been under siege since an unsuccessful raid to capture one...



5/26/2017: THE WORLD: U.S. confirms airstrike killed over 100 civilians
A U.S.-led coalition airstrike on a building in Mosul in March detonated a cache of Islamic State explosives, killing more than 100 Iraqi civilians, the Pentagon said Thursday. An unclassified summary of the U.S. military investigation into the March...



5/26/2017: THE WORLD: Ex-premier injured in letter bomb explosion
Former Greek prime minister Lucas Papademos was injured after a letter bomb exploded inside his car in Athens on Thursday. Two Bank of Greece employees also were wounded. Authorities said all three were hospitalized in stable condition. There was no...



5/26/2017: THE WORLD: Hungary says it won’t amend law affecting Soros school:
Hungary said it sees no reason to alter a controversial law targeting foreign-funded colleges that could force a university founded by billionaire George Soros to leave the country. Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s chief of staff said the conflict over...



5/26/2017: THE WORLD: About 2,300 migrants rescued; 2 bodies found
Rescuers saved about 2,300 migrants from rubber and wooden boats in the central Mediterranean on Thursday but also recovered two bodies, the Italian coast guard said. As summer approaches, growing numbers of migrants have been attempting the perilous...



5/26/2017: THE WORLD: Palestinians spend time at the beach at sunset in Gaza City.

(image) Israel said Thursday that it would reduce electricity to the Gaza Strip in a payment dispute involving Hamas and the Palestinian Authority.



5/26/2017: THE WORLD: Hamas executes 3 convicted of killing member:
Hamas said it put to death three men accused of killing a senior member of the militant Islamist group, which rules the Gaza Strip. Hamas’s Interior Ministry said two of the men were hanged and one killed by firing squad. A special military court found...



5/26/2017: THE WORLD: Iran builds 3rd underground ballistic missile facility:
Iran has built a third underground ballistic missile production factory, the semiofficial Fars News Agency quoted a senior commander of the elite Revolutionary Guard Corps as saying. The development is likely to fuel tensions with the United States.



5/26/2017: THE WORLD: Libya in focus over ties to Manchester bomber

(image) tripoli, libya — British investigators searching for clues to the motives and possible accomplices of the suicide bomber who killed at least 22 at a concert in Manchester are increasingly focusing on Libya — and the Islamic State’s presence...



5/26/2017: THE WORLD: Trump slams U.S. leaks in Manchester bombing probe
london — President Trump on Thursday denounced U.S. leaks about Britain’s investigation of the Manchester terrorist bombing as “deeply troubling” and asked the Justice Department and other agencies to launch a full investigation. Leaks from the...



5/26/2017: THE WORLD: Document hackers plant fakes in ‘forest of facts’
moscow — Researchers have discovered an extensive international hacking campaign that steals documents from its targets, carefully modifies them and repackages them as disinformation aimed at undermining civil society and democratic institutions,...



5/26/2017: THE WORLD: When it comes to international agreements, Trump has commitment issues
At a NATO ceremony in Brussels on Thursday, President Trump appeared, in a moment captured on video, to push aside another world leader to get a spot at the front. That prompted pundits to joke that after eight years of Barack Obama’s cautious foreign...



5/26/2017: ECONOMY & BUSINESS: Big test for Pottery Barn: Tiny homes

(image) The retail world is in a state of upheaval. And for a while, Pottery Barn’s emporiums of tufted armchairs and dentil-molded sleigh beds were largely immune from the trouble. Since the homefurnishings chain was acquired by Williams-Sonoma in 1985, the...



5/26/2017: ECONOMY & BUSINESS: ALSO IN BUSINESS
Two truck owners filed a lawsuit Thursday against General Motors, alleging that the automaker cheated on government diesel emissions tests. The lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Detroit alleges that GM pickup trucks with Duramax diesel engines...



5/26/2017: ECONOMY & BUSINESS: Zuckerberg tells grads to lead global change
Facebook’s co-founder and chief executive returned to Harvard on Thursday, telling graduates that it is up to their generation to create a purpose for today’s world, to care about others, to fight inequality and to strengthen the global...



5/26/2017: ECONOMY & BUSINESS: Customers stand

(image) in front of an AirAsia Berhad counter Thursday at Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 in Malaysia. AirAsia, Southeast Asia’s largest budget carrier, reported a 30 percent decline in firstquarter profit as higher fuel costs offset rising passenger...



5/26/2017: ECONOMY & BUSINESS: Unions challenge Ky. right-to-work law
Organized labor is fighting back against Kentucky’s new right-to-work law. The Kentucky State AFL-CIO and Teamsters Local 89 filed a lawsuit Thursday asking a judge to block the law’s enforcement. The measure, enacted in January, bans labor unions...



5/26/2017: ECONOMY & BUSINESS: COMING TODAY
8:30 a.m.: Commerce Department releases firstquarter gross domestic product. 8:30 a.m.: Commerce Department releases durable goods for April.



5/26/2017: ECONOMY & BUSINESS: A slowdown in China

(image) A man plays a traditional instrument on a sidewalk in Beijing. The Moody’s rating agency cut China’s credit rating over fears about the country’s surging debt, prompting a protest from the Chinese government, which is attempting to overhaul a flagging...



5/26/2017: POWERPOST: Senate ‘blue slip’ move could clear way for judicial picks
Senate Republicans are threatening to change a custom that allows Democratic senators to block some judicial choices from their states, in an effort to speed along a conservative transformation of the federal judiciary. Leaders are considering a...



5/26/2017: WASHINGTON FORUM: A dangerous buzz

(image) Last month, a 16-year-old tragically lost his life after consuming an energy drink, a soda and a latte — drinks routinely consumed by and often intensively marketed to youths — all within a few hours. The boy’s heart simply couldn’t cope with the...



5/26/2017: WASHINGTON FORUM: Don’t forget too-big-to-fail
Progress in financial regulation is often two steps forward and one step back. This isn’t always a bad thing. Sometimes taking a step back presents healthy opportunities to cut waste, simplify rules and bring a different perspective to public policy....



5/26/2017: WASHINGTON FORUM: Trump got played by Saudi Arabia
This week’s bombing in Manchester, England, was another gruesome reminder that the threat from radical Islamist terrorism is ongoing. And President Trump’s journey to the Middle East illustrated yet again how the country central to the spread of this...



5/26/2017: WASHINGTON FORUM: A path forward in Syria and Iraq
The Manchester terrorist attack by an alleged Islamic State “soldier” will accelerate the push by the United States and its allies to capture the terrorist group’s strongholds in Mosul, Iraq, and Raqqa, Syria. But it should also focus some urgent...



5/26/2017: WASHINGTON FORUM: No budget fix here
HERE’S THE fiscal predicament facing the United States: During recent decades, the elected leaders of both parties have committed the federal government to hundreds of billions of dollars in automatic annual spending for health care and Social...



5/26/2017: WASHINGTON FORUM: The fallout from Mr. Trump’s trip
PRESIDENT TRUMP’S distorted foreign policy was exemplified this week in the contrast between his meeting with Arab autocrats, on whom he lavished goodwill, and U.S. NATO allies, whom he harshly and publicly critiqued. Last weekend, Mr. Trump promised...



5/26/2017: WASHINGTON FORUM: Betting on a trip to Las Vegas
D.C. LAWMAKERS spend a fair amount of time at the Wilson Building decrying developers and devising ways to make it harder to do business in the city. So it might actually have been constructive for so many members of the D.C. Council to attend the...



5/26/2017: WASHINGTON FORUM: Mr. Trump’s cruel budget
Regarding the May 23 front-page article “Trump to seek trillions in cuts over 10 years”: Newt Gingrich informed us, in his advice to President Trump on how to sell his budget that punishes people for being poor, sick or disabled, that “people actually...



5/26/2017: WASHINGTON FORUM: Lessons on classified information
Before lending qualified support in his May 23 op-ed, “The leaks aren’t making us safer,” to the view that the real problem is the leaking of classified information, Michael Gerson might have looked at Executive Order 13526 of December 2009, which...



5/26/2017: WASHINGTON FORUM: A plethora of problems with the Purple Line
The May 23 Metro article “Ruling keeps Md. light rail on hold” said that the Purple Line “is designed to provide faster, more reliable service than buses.” This does not square with the facts. Any Purple Line speed in the four miles west of Silver...



5/26/2017: WASHINGTON FORUM: Rule of law instead of walls
The May 22 editorial “The death penalty for reporting” rightly highlighted the urgent need for Mexico to protect journalists — and all of its citizens — by fixing the chronic failures of its criminal justice system. Mexican journalists and rights...



5/26/2017: WASHINGTON FORUM: Trump’s Get Out of Jail Free card

(image) Aya Hijazi learned three years ago that being an American citizen can get you thrown in jail on trumped-up charges in Egypt — a country that claims to be a staunch American ally and accepts billions of dollars in U.S. aid. Then she learned that being...



5/26/2017: WASHINGTON FORUM: Why Middle East peace starts in Saudi Arabia
“Whom the gods would destroy, they first tempt to resolve the Arab-Israeli conflict.” — Irving Kristol The quixotic American pursuit of Middle East peace is a perennial. It invariably fails, yet every administration feels compelled to give it a try....



5/26/2017: WASHINGTON FORUM: The madness of conservatives
To many observers on the left, the initial embrace of Seth Rich conspiracy theories by conservative media figures was merely a confirmation of the right’s deformed soul. But for those of us who remember that Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity were once...



5/26/2017: WASHINGTON FORUM: The problem isn’t the CBO
The new Congressional Budget Office score of the American Health Care Act is devastating. In 2026, 23 million fewer Americans would be insured with it than without it. The response of the secretary of health and human services and other defenders of...



5/26/2017: WASHINGTON FORUM: A better signal to the Islamic world
History has given President Trump a fantastic opportunity to send a positive signal to a Middle East drained of hope. And he could do it without threatening established alliances or drawing the United States into some new interventionist quagmire. By...



5/26/2017: METRO: When the world said ‘no,’ women didn’t listen

(image) What’s that you’re saying, manworld? You don’t want women in combat? You don’t want high school seniors with perfect grades to march across the graduation stage because they’re pregnant or bared their shoulders? You don’t want thousands of tweens and...



5/26/2017: METRO: Fearing federal cuts, Pr. George’s approves a cautious $3.8 billion budget
Prince George’s County lawmakers passed a $3.8 billion budget Thursday that would fund salary increases for county workers, recruit new police officers and firefighters, and reinvest in basic government services. But the spending plan was far more...



5/26/2017: METRO: MEMBER EXCLUSIVES
No Strings Attached: Free Tickets to Bassist Michael Henderson & Singer Cherrelle on June 1 at Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club The seasoned strummer has worked with Marvin Gaye, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder and Dr. John. His music has been sampled...



5/26/2017: METRO: DID YOU KNOW?
Food For Thought: Save $25 on Dinner at Tavira Head to Chevy Chase for the some of best Mediterranean cuisine in town. magazine has included Tavira on its Washingtonian list of top 100 restaurants. Tavira has also been mentioned in magazine. Be sure...



5/26/2017: METRO: THE DAILY QUIZ
PostPoints members can save 30% on tickets to Ulysses on Bottles at Mosaic Theater Company. This play was the Winner of Israel Theater Prize’s Best Original Play in what year? (Hint: Sign in to your account for the answer.) EARN 5 POINTS: Find the...



5/26/2017: METRO: Couple receive 6 bundles of joy at Va. hospital

(image) For 17 years, Ajibola and Adeboye Taiwo tried to have a child but had no luck. Until now — times six. Ajibola Taiwo gave birth to sextuplets this month at a Richmond hospital, and doctors said the three boys and three girls, along with their mother,...



5/26/2017: METRO: Rep. Cummings has heart surgery
Rep. Elijah E. Cummings (DMd.) has undergone heart surgery and is expected to return to his normal schedule after a few days in the hospital, according to his office. The procedure, which took place Wednesday at Johns Hopkins Hospital, was to correct...



5/26/2017: METRO: Man, 19, charged in fatal shooting
Prince George’s County police arrested a 19-year-old man in connection with a homicide in Fort Washington on Wednesday, police said in a statement Thursday. Xavier Johnson, 19, of the 7300 block of Brook Meadow Lane in Upper Marlboro, was charged with...



5/26/2017: METRO: Sewage backs up into Capitol Hill school
A backed-up pipe caused raw sewage to seep into the cafeteria of Capitol Hill Montessori at Logan Education Campus this week, raising concerns from parents who say the building is in great need of repairs. Brandon Eatman, the D.C. school’s principal,...



5/26/2017: METRO: The honored fallen

(image) Flags stand at gravesites of service members at Arlington National Cemetery. For more than 60 years, the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) has placed the flags before Memorial Day at Arlington and the U.S. Soldiers’ and Airmen’s Home National...



5/26/2017: METRO: Medical marijuana licensing halted
Maryland’s medical marijuana program faces a potential new delay after a judge Thursday ordered a temporary halt to the program pending a hearing as part of a lawsuit that alleges regulators failed to consider racial diversity in licensing...



5/26/2017: METRO: OF NOTE
Maya Railan, Hindu Temple volunteer Maya Railan, 102, a volunteer at the Hindu Temple in Silver Spring, Md., died April 22 at her home in McLean, Va. The cause was respiratory failure, said a son, Vik Railan. Mrs. Railan was born Maya Chowdhary in...



5/26/2017: METRO: CORRECTION
The May 25 obituary of Wayne Kryszak misspelled his surname as Kyrsak. The obituary also failed to mention his 30 years as a member of the Cottage City Fire Department in Maryland.



5/26/2017: STYLE: Reporters say they are being roughed up. Observers point to Trump.

(image) A reporter asks a politician a question — and allegedly gets attacked for doing his job. There’s even an audio recording of the incident. While it sounds like the alleged assault on Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs by Montana congressional candidate Greg...



5/26/2017: STYLE: Cannes bows far too long at the altar of the auteur
cannes, france — The year 2017 will be remembered for many things at the Cannes Film Festival, among them the international film showcase’s 70th anniversary, a bomb threat midway through the festival that sent audiences out onto the Croisette, and the...



5/26/2017: STYLE: A JFK tribute leads the NSO to surprising new frontiers
Art gives us new perspectives and leads us to see things in different ways. I confess I didn’t expect Wednesday night’s concert at the Kennedy Center to do either: A centerpiece of the culminating week of John F. Kennedy Centennial celebrations, it...



5/26/2017: THE RELIABLE SOURCE: Hollywood, via 13th and K streets

(image) Okay, everyone, be cool. The Washington Post headquarters went on high alert Thursday morning: There were V-VIPs in the house — director Steven Spielberg and actors Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep. They were touring the building and meeting with Posties to...



5/26/2017: THE RELIABLE SOURCE: In space, no one can hear you snore: Multimedia ‘Hubble Cantata’ is a dud

(image) Virtual reality! Music! Space! The Hubble Cantata, which came to the Kennedy Center on Thursday night as part of the ongoing celebration of the JFK Centennial, offers all of these things, and therefore sounds like a neat new project. How hip is it? It...



5/26/2017: THE RELIABLE SOURCE: Cal Ripken Jr. and a judge are courting

(image) Dating: Baltimore Orioles legend Cal Ripken and Laura Kiessling, an administrative judge for the Anne Arundel County, Md., circuit court, a Ripken spokesman confirms. The pair have been an item for months, we’re told, but it was a recent public moment...



5/26/2017: TELEVISION: You shouldn’t have! And here’s why.

(image) Dear Carolyn: If someone does something nice for you but it turned out to be more of a hassle or you didn’t appreciate the gesture, how do you politely tell them that you truly wish they hadn’t? For example, someone gave you some chocolates or cupcakes...



5/26/2017: TELEVISION: LA TIMES CROSSWORD
ACROSS 1 Smelling __ 6 Olympic racers 11 Paving goo 14 Dispatch boat 15 Unpleasant chores 16 Missile from Venus? 17 Prioritizes self-interest 19 Sports __ 20 Levy on liquor 21 Printed again 23 Dedicated works 24 Nicholas and Peter 26 Buck 27...



5/26/2017: TELEVISION: TV HIGHLIGHTS

(image) Ginormous Food (Food at 8) Josh Denny scouts decadent dishes in Sin City. RuPaul’s Drag Race (VH1 at 8) Pop star Kesha makes a guest appearance as the queens give makeovers to the show’s crew members. Yukon Men (Discovery at 9) With dark days quickly...



5/26/2017: TELEVISION: BRIDGE

(image) If I were to characterize an expert declarer in one word, it would be “careful.” He never messes up easy contracts and brings an array of techniques to tough ones. At today’s 3NT, dummy’s king wins the first spade. South has seven top tricks. If...



5/26/2017: TELEVISION: HOROSCOPE
BIRTHDAY | MAY 26 This year your ingenuity often takes the front seat in your life, especially when dealing with others. You could feel as if Lady Luck is with you. If you are single, you meet people with ease, yet choosing the right person will be an...



5/26/2017: SPORTS: ‘She’s our Pat Summitt’

(image) Start drawing the lines that tangle Cindy Timchal with just about every women’s lacrosse program in the nation, and she will attempt to humor you. Sure, she knows the story. Timchal’s Navy team is heading to its first Final Four this weekend in...



5/26/2017: SPORTS: Bullpen’s latest loss is a matter of choice

(image) The complicated question of baseball blame can best be summarized by the decision Washington Manager Dusty Baker had to make in the top of the sixth inning of the Nationals’ 4-2 loss to the Seattle Mariners on Thursday afternoon. Baker’s club led 2-0....



5/26/2017: SPORTS: James sets mark, lifts Cavs back into Finals

(image) boston — LeBron James scored 35 points and passed Michael Jordan to become the NBA’s alltime playoff scoring leader as the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Boston Celtics, 135-102, on Thursday night to claim their third straight Eastern Conference title...



5/26/2017: SPORTS: Big year for Cousins is coming with a catch
Kirk Cousins has learned to adapt to different receivers over more than 15 years playing quarterback. “A revolving door” is what he likened it to this week, with each season throwing a new target or two into the mix of wide receivers, tight ends and...



5/26/2017: SPORTS: As Nats’ stars cool, help is arriving just in time
Here comes the cavalry. And none too soon, either. Their names are Anthony Rendon, Tanner Roark, Joe Ross, Koda Glover and Michael A. Taylor. Just as the top stars of the Washington Nationals have started to cool off and return to their normal...



5/26/2017: SPORTS: NCAA lacrosse Final Four
TODAY’S WOMEN’S SEMIFINALS Penn State vs. Maryland, 5 Boston Coll. vs. Navy, 7:30 (ESPN3) SATURDAY’S MEN’S SEMIFINALS Towson vs. Ohio State, noon Denver vs. Maryland, 2:30 (ESPN2) WOMEN’S FINAL Sunday, 11 a.m., ESPNU MEN’S FINAL Monday, 1 p.m.,...



5/26/2017: WASHINGTONPOST.COM/SPORTS: Hitting road for a doubleheader

(image) Wednesday provided an exceedingly rare opportunity for D.C. area baseball fans, and at least one father-son duo took advantage of it. Kevin Cuddihy and his father, Joe, were at Oriole Park at Camden Yards for the Orioles’ 4-3 loss to the Twins in a...



5/26/2017: WASHINGTONPOST.COM/SPORTS: Terps avoid elimination in Big Ten tournament
Kevin Smith’s three-run double gave Maryland the lead in the eighth inning, and the Terrapins beat Purdue, 5-2, in a Big Ten tournament elimination game in Bloomington, Ind. Maryland (35-20) bounced back from a 9-8 loss to Iowa in the afternoon to...



5/26/2017: WASHINGTONPOST.COM/SPORTS: Norman talks tough about foes in NFC East
Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman brought his well-documented history with Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. to Washington last summer, and their feud only figured to grow as division foes. While the individual matchup between Norman and...