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Don’t let MAGA Republicans off the hook for enabling violence
They are not innocent bystanders.
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Maker of Uvalde shooter’s rifle posted image of child with gun before massacre
Gunmaker Daniel Defense posted online an advertising photo of a toddler holding one of its AR-15-style rifles just days before one of its firearms was used in the elementary school shooting in Uvalde, Tex.
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Crypto in Retirement Accounts? Are You Kidding?
People should be free to squander their money, but not in their 401(k)s.
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Why America Doesn’t Know How to Stop School Shootings
After a ban of more than two decades, the federal government is finally funding studies on how to prevent death and injury from firearms. 
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21 books to read this summer
Whether you’re headed to a far-flung beach or a nearby couch, these books are worthy additions to your summer reading list.
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13 feel-good books to brighten your summer
No disrespect meant to the downers of the literary world, but sometimes you just want a book that makes you smile.
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Ali Hazelwood shares romance books to read this summer
These 13 new romance books — one for each week of your Happily Ever After Summer — will replenish your serotonin reserves.
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18 YA books to read with your teens this summer
One way to connect with your kids: Read their books. Two librarians offer some suggestions.
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8 thrillers and mysteries to read this summer
These books will keep you up all night, for good reason.
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Audiobooks for your summer drive
Here are seven entertaining audiobooks, selected with an eye for diverse tastes.
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61 summers of reading: Elinor Lipman recalls the books that mattered
When she was ten, she read O. Henry in hardback. In high school, Orwell was on the summer reading list. Now, it’s "Mike Mulligan and his Steam Shovel" with her grandsons.
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H.R. 8 gun background check bill probably won’t pass, even after Uvalde
Critics are calling for H.R. 8′s passage amid public outrage over the deadliest mass shooting at an American school in nearly a decade. But legal and firearms experts are not optimistic the bill will become law.
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The best things to do in the D.C. area the week of May 26-June 1
Memorial Day weekend brings commemorations, the D.C. Black Pride festival, outdoor concerts and birdwatching for beginners.
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Broadcom agrees to buy VMware for $61 billion
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Dysfunctional Republicans Bail Out on Gun Violence
The problem isn’t mainly that the GOP lacks practical solutions to calamities like the Texas school massacre. It’s that it isn’t making the slightest effort to find any.
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Managing a teardown to build a dream house
The lot configuration made it impossible for the couple to get the main suite, living area and laundry on the same floor in the original home. So, a teardown was needed.
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3-pointer rules basketball, but kids should work up to the long ball
The three-pointer is key in high school and beyond, but a 60-second drill at a shorter distance is a great start.
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You’re graduating. But have you passed Thank-You Note 101?
Knowing how to write a proper thank-you note is a requirement of being a competent adult.
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Late-night hosts balance comedy and tragedy after Texas school rampage
Seth Meyers said it was hard addressing millions of viewers about a mass shooting at an elementary school —but dropping his kids off at school was harder.
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Post Politics Now: Senate Republicans poised to block bill intended to combat domestic terrorism
President Biden has no public events on his schedule Thursday. He said Wednesday that he will soon travel to Uvalde, Tex., to meet families of the children killed in the mass shooting there.
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Uvalde Families Should Take Gunmakers to Court
Relatives of the children killed in the Sandy Hook massacre showed how it’s possible to prevail against firearms companies. 
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As Matt Cronin thrives in Harrisburg, the Nats won’t rush the process
Cronin has not allowed a run in 16 1/3 innings for the Class AA Harrisburg Senators this season.
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Uvalde’s congressman dodges gun-control questions after shooting: ‘Not today’
Republican Rep. Tony Gonzales, who represents Uvalde, Tex., declined to discuss gun control on "CBS Mornings."
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‘No time to lose’: Top Chinese official sounds alarm over economy
Li Keqiang issued the stark warning as the economy stalled under pressure from multiplying covid restrictions and shrinking demand.
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It looks like pay-for-play in college sports is here to stay. Too bad.
In the past year, the agents, lawyers, politicians, sportswriters and would-be union organizers rooting for free-for-all player compensation have largely won the battle.
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Our babies are dying. Where are the responsible adults?
The Abbott executive responsible for a facility where suspect baby formula was manufactured came before a congressional committee Wednesday and refused to take responsibility for what is obviously a deep, systemic problem.
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This is your fault. It is all our faults.
It’s time to state the obvious: Inaction on guns — by Americans right and left — is to blame for all this death.
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Mental health advocates push back against GOP focus after shooting
In today’s edition … Poll Watch: Support for stricter gun laws has wavered for three decades … The Post's Annie Linskey and Josh Dawsey on the rematch between Brian Kemp and Stacey Abrams … momentum for police reform fades on the 2nd anniversary of George Floyd's death … but first …
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The Federal Reserve’s Next Act Will Test Market Stability
No one can say whether more aggressive tightening of monetary policy will disrupt the financial system’s plumbing and force the central bank to alter course, as it has in the past.
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How Kristen Schaal became the queen of quirky voice acting
"Bob's Burgers Movie" voice actor Kristen Schaal says she's drawn to projects that are weird.
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