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  • By Washington Post   -   May 14, 2021

    NO, THE SALT DEDUCTION DOES NOT BENEFIT ONLY THE WEALTHY. IT MAKES SENSE TO RAISE IT

    A bipartisan proposal would let people wait until they're 75 to begin taking distributions from their retirement accounts. It would...

  • By Washington Post   -   May 14, 2021

    BRINGING A MODERN AESTHETIC TO A TRADITIONAL D.C. NEIGHBORHOOD

    HOUSE OF THE WEEK | New home in Wesley Heights takes advantage of its green surroundings.

    Green, Housing, House
  • By Washington Post   -   May 14, 2021

    WHAT'S AT STAKE AS CHILE WRITES A NEW CONSTITUTION: QUICKTAKE

    This weekend, Chileans will elect members of the body that will rewrite the country's constitution, a key demand stemming from a period...

  • By Washington Post   -   May 14, 2021

    WHERE ARE WE IN HUNTING FOR THE CORONAVIRUS'S ORIGIN?

    More than a year after Covid-19 touched off the worst pandemic in more than a century, scientists have yet to determine its origins....

    Market, Marketing
  • By Washington Post   -   May 14, 2021

    DISNEY, ONE OF THE GREAT BUSINESS CASUALTIES OF THE PANDEMIC, SIGNALS ITS BELIEF THAT BRIGHT DAYS ARE IMMINENT

    Despite dismal financial results, Disney sees the coming end of pandemic restrictions.

    Business
  • By Washington Post   -   May 14, 2021

    WHAT THE FRESH, NEW, LATEST U.S. RULES ON MASKS MEAN

    U.S. authorities have been all over the map when it comes to whether ordinary people should wear masks in the era of the coronavirus....

  • By Washington Post   -   May 14, 2021

    SPENCER SILVER, INVENTOR WHO MADE THE POST-IT NOTE STICK, DIES AT 80

    The 3M chemist accidentally invented the adhesive used in Post-it Notes, an innovation that became a favored modern medium for jotting...

    Silver, Innovation, Innovations
  • By Washington Post   -   May 14, 2021

    ‘COLLECTIBLES VS. COMMODITIES': AS TARGET HALTS SALES OF TRADING CARDS, COLLECTORS RECKON WITH FAST-CHANGING HOBBY

    Trading, Sale
  • By Washington Post   -   May 14, 2021

    AS COLONIAL PIPELINE RECOVERS FROM CYBER ATTACK, LEADERS POINT TO A ‘WAKE-UP CALL' FOR U.S. ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE

    Even as the crisis started to abate, the ease with which a critical artery of America's transportation system was felled by a common...

    Energy, Search, Energies
  • By Washington Post   -   May 14, 2021

     GET SHOT, SHOW FACE? HOW MASK RULES ARE CHANGING

    More than a year after masks began to blossom on the streets of many cities in response to the Covid-19 crisis, guidance over how best...

    Government
  • By Washington Post   -   May 14, 2021

    DISTINGUISHED HOMES FOR SALE IN THE D.C. REGION

    The Washington Post's picks of noteworthy residences on the market.

    Sale, Market, Marketing, Region
  • By Washington Post   -   May 14, 2021

    INFLATION IS UP. THE STOCK MARKET IS DOWN. HERE'S WHY YOU SHOULDN'T PANIC

    Yes, inflation is up and the stock market is down. But financial experts weigh in on what consumers can do to deal with higher consumer...

    Market, Marketing
  • By Washington Post   -   May 14, 2021

    JOHNSON & JOHNSON VACCINE SHIPMENTS TO STATES DWINDLE TO ZERO AS PRODUCTION FREEZE CONTINUES

    Allocations to states of Johnson & Johnson's one-shot vaccine dry up after contamination crisis at Baltimore subcontractor Emergent...

  • By Washington Post   -   May 14, 2021

    FACING OVERSIGHT QUESTIONS, FAA APPROVES FIX FOR ELECTRICAL HAZARD IN 737 MAX JETS

    The fact that Boeing and its regulator discovered the new safety problem only last month, and not during a protracted reexamination...

  • By Washington Post   -   May 14, 2021

    ELDER SCROLLS ONLINE WON'T END UNTIL THE PLAYERS LEAVE, STUDIO DIRECTOR SAYS

    Zenimax Online Studios President Matt Firor told

  • By Washington Post   -   May 14, 2021

    UNDERSTANDING LEGAL ARGUMENTS IN EPIC V. APPLE: TINDER, ITCH.IO AND A NAKED BANANA

    The Epic Games vs. Apple court trial is producing a slew of memes. Do they matter to the outcome?

    Legal
  • By Washington Post   -   May 14, 2021

    ‘TOGETHER AS A FAMILY': MULTIGENERATIONAL LIVING RISES IN PANDEMIC

    A sales spike in homes with spaces for parents, grandparent and kids.

    Sale
  • By Washington Post   -   May 14, 2021

    UNDER ARMOUR FOUNDER SOLD $138 MILLION IN STOCK DURING TIME PERIOD COMPANY ALLEGEDLY MISLED INVESTORS ABOUT SLOWING SALES

    The SEC says the company made misleading claims to investors from October 2015 through January 2017. Plank carried out scheduled stock...

    Sale, Company, Companies
  • By Washington Post   -   May 14, 2021

    MORTGAGE RATES MOVED LOWER ONCE AGAIN, BUT DON'T EXPECT THEM TO STAY DOWN FOR LONG

    Even though the 30-year fixed-rate average has remained below 3 percent for the past month, the days of low rates appear to be coming...

    Rate, Moving
  • By Washington Post   -   May 14, 2021

    GAS STATIONS AWAIT RELIEF FROM PANIC-BUYERS WHILE COLONIAL PIPELINE RESTORES SERVICE

    It may take a few days to recover from the fuel runs and shortages that cleaned out more than half the stations in Virginia, Georgia...

    Service, Services