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May 19, 2018

The Washington Post | Evebing Editio -May 19, 2018.

Democracy Dies in Darkness
Evening Edition
The day's most important stories
8 students, 2 teachers dead in Tex. shooting for which motive is unknown
Alleged gunman Dimitrios Pagourtzis Jr. appeared in court about 10 hours after the attack Friday and told police that “he did not shoot students he did like so he could have his story told,” an affidavit said. Santa Fe High School, near Houston, previously won a state award for its safety program.
By Brittney Martin, Mark Berman, Joel Achenbach and Amy B Wang  •  Read more »
Texans defensive end J.J. Watt to pay for victims’ funerals
Astros Manager A.J. Hinch delivers impassioned speech, saying “There’s no reason for our schools to be combat zones.”
By Dan Steinberg  •  Read more »
Texas official says that fewer doors could mean fewer school shootings. Experts weigh in on his thinking.
The remark by Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, echoing some of National Rifle Association positions, quickly became a punchline about how Republicans would rather restrict doors than guns. Security experts evaluated its merits, or lack thereof, for The Post.
By Eli Rosenberg  •  Read more »
At Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding, some things very old and some things new
The much-anticipated nuptials went off with nary a glitch, a polished performance that not only joined the British prince and the American actress, but also introduced viewers to the next act in the long-running drama known as the House of Windsor.
By William Booth and Karla Adam  •  Read more »
TV Review
TV’s delectable coverage of the royal wedding created a safe space for dreamers
TV reporting from America’s side was giddy, ecstatically romantic — and a much-needed escape.
By Hank Stuever  •  Read more »
Perspective: The gown was beautiful, but the bride was unforgettable
The Post fashion critic says that despite its romantic appearance, the dress was a backdrop; it was in service to the woman.
Preakness Stakes | Analysis
When to watch — and everything else you need to know about the race
Get ready for the 143rd edition of the Triple Crown's second leg by learning who is favored, who are the best bets and seeing whether the rain will ever let up.
By Washington Post Staff  •  Read more »
@PKCapitol | Analysis
Paul Ryan can’t wash his hands of immigration fight yet
The House speaker finds himself fighting a two-front war on the most politically treacherous issue in GOP politics.
By Paul Kane  •  Read more »


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