Day of rage plunges Hong Kong into turmoil after police shoot protester

Thousands of demonstrators clashed with riot police in the city’s financial district and violent confrontations erupted at university campuses, plunging Hong Kong further into turmoil.
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How Latinos saved the American city

After whites fled and before the “creative class” moved in, immigrants kept urban neighborhoods alive.
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Arctic blast frosting eastern half of Lower 48 with January-like cold and snow

Nearly 400 cold temperature records may be set through midweek as a true Arctic air mass settles in.
Dahlia Constantine gave up getting a PhD to help care for her future husband after he was wounded in Iraq in 2006. (Marvin Joseph/The Post)
Dahlia Constantine gave up getting a PhD to help care for her future husband after he was wounded in Iraq in 2006. (Marvin Joseph/The Post)
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The sacrifice of military families is often unseen and unheralded.
Capital Weather Gang
Little or no snow accumulation is expected, but the sudden change in weather will come as shock.
Analysis
After winning the World Series, there is no shortage of questions for the Nationals to address. Their pace just promises to be much steadier.
Interim Coach Bill Callahan said that he liked the consistency he saw out of Haskins during his first start.
Going Out Guide
This week brings the films of an Oscar-winning director at the French Embassy and a chance to say goodbye to Bei Bei at the National Zoo.
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The ruling injects new urgency into President Trump’s effort to shield his state tax records from Congress.
Supporters from the "America First" faction of President Trump's vocal far-right base heckled his son at a book talk as part of a campaign to upend Turning Point USA events.
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Analysis
It's not that Nikki Haley turned John Kelly and Rex Tillerson down; it's that these two top aides tried to recruit her to resist him in the first place.
Calls for a boycott of the ride-hailing service trended on social media after Dara Khosrowshahi’s remark about the killing of the journalist.
People are lonely these days, sparking an explosion of friend-making businesses — including a pricey matchmaker.
Perspective
The Jennifer Levin case remains a fascinating, heartbreaking and — as emphasized in this series airing on AMC and Sundance TV — infuriating tale.
Trending

Amid flooding and rising sea levels, residents of this island wonder if it’s time to retreat

Ocracoke, N.C., has been closed to visitors since it was slammed by a seven-foot wall of water conjured by Hurricane Dorian.
Retropolis

The last time Kentucky fought over a gubernatorial election, the governor got killed

The violence of 1899 left Kentucky on the brink of civil war. Now the Bluegrass state could be facing another contested gubernatorial election.
By The Way

For date night, how about the airport? Now you can visit some without a ticket.

In Tampa, some people are coming for the state's only Potbelly sandwich shop.
(Allie Caren/The Washington Post)
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Bolivia’s Morales resigns amid election protests
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