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This cherry gazpacho is my new favorite summer dish

Swapping cherries for tomatoes brings another level of complexity to gazpacho, summer’s favorite cold soup.

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Israeli defense chief heads to D.C. as Hezbollah escalates threats

Hezbollah’s chief threatened to strike Israeli landmarks if a war with Lebanon breaks out. In the West Bank, Israeli forces drove a vehicle with a Palestinian tied to the hood.

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Millennials had it bad financially, but Gen Z may have it worse

Generation Z is spending more on housing and car insurance than millennials did. They’re also more likely to be in debt, despite higher wages and more jobs.

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Making new friends can be hard. Here are 5 ways to make 1 friend a year.

Making friends can be difficult, but these five steps can help you initiate and develop connections.

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Meet the ‘double haters’ who could decide the election

Many voters express resignation, dismay and anger over being asked to choose between Biden and Trump again in November.

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Analysis | Let’s see if a debate can change the trajectory of voter sentiment

Biden and Trump each look to bring down the other in the biggest event so far in a 2024 election that has remained tight from the start.

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Our 10 favorite travel hacks

Travel like the pros with this expert advice from Rick Steves, a fashion writer and other Washington Post contributors.

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Intermittent fasting over two days can help people with Type 2 diabetes

A study found that intermittent fasting had striking metabolic benefits that surpassed the effects of prescription drugs for people with newly diagnosed diabetes.

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The unbearable heaviness of thinking everything is good for Trump

Everyone knows that getting convicted of felonies is bad. But try telling that to nervous anti-Trumpers.

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Compare your views with the swing state voters key to a Trump or Biden win

You may be surprised by what you do — and don’t — have in common with this group.