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You don’t have to feel guilty about sharing your TV log-in

The Washington Post | Wednesday February 21, 2018

You need a password to stream the Olympics and many other shows. Sharing one isn't always a no-no.

Polish official: no criminal charges under Holocaust law

The Washington Post | Wednesday February 21, 2018

A Polish government official says a controversial law makes it a criminal act to blame Poles for Holocaust crimes they did not commit will not lead to criminal charges.

Philippines to court: Declare communist groups as terrorists

The Washington Post | Wednesday February 21, 2018

Justice officials asked a court Wednesday to formally designate the Communist Party of the Philippines and its armed wing, the New People’s Army, as terrorist groups in a move that could further damage chances of a resumption of stalled peace talks.

Spain helps keep alive archaic language of Sephardic Jews

The Washington Post | Wednesday February 21, 2018

A language still spoken by the descendants of Jews expelled from Spain 500 years ago is getting a helping hand from the Spanish Royal Academy to keep it alive.

Snow isolates Moroccan mountain villages more used to sun

The Washington Post | Wednesday February 21, 2018

Bitter cold and exceptionally heavy snowfall have beleaguered parts of Morocco this winter, disrupting schools, closing national highways — and delighting residents in cities where it hadn’t snowed for decades.

AP PHOTOS: Athletes, fans embrace flags as symbols of pride

The Washington Post | Wednesday February 21, 2018

Flags play an integral role at the Olympics as symbols of national pride.

Did the U.S. ‘hack back’ at Russia? Here’s why this matters in cyberwarfare.

The Washington Post | Wednesday February 21, 2018

CIA Director Mike Pompeo dropped a big hint last week.

‘I am not a crisis actor’: Florida teens fire back at right-wing conspiracy theorists

The Washington Post | Wednesday February 21, 2018

Parkland, Fla., students who survived last week's school have become a target of right-wing smears after calling for gun control.

Massachusetts and Maryland lead on key measure of Advanced Placement access

The Washington Post | Wednesday February 21, 2018

College Board officials also urge states to make computer science instruction mandatory.

Man who died in Yellowstone fall was hunting for treasure millionaire says he buried

The Washington Post | Wednesday February 21, 2018

At least four people have died searching for a chest of gold and jewels hidden by an eccentric millionaire.