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Adam Goldman and Ellen Nakashima
Hezbollah’s international operations chief was killed on a street in Damascus.
The American and Israeli spy agencies used a bomb inside the spare tire of a vehicle in Damascus to kill legendary operative Imad Mughniyah in 2008, according to former officials.
Dan Balz and and Philip Rucker
He concluded that, while he might win the GOP nomination, he might be so badly wounded in the process that he would have trouble against Hillary Clinton.
Vladimir Drinkman, accused of taking part in several high-profile hacking incidents, will be extradited to the U.S. to stand trial.
It used to be that students could attend a public institution and incur little to no debt. But as states cut funding and tuition rises, many scramble to cover the costs.
After a government employee crashed a drone on the White House lawn, comedians took a few jabs.
Entering his 27th year as leader, the Democrat, known as a partisan pugilist, is prepared for the worst.
Fairfax police released more than 11,000 documents and files about the August 2013 killing of John Geer.
Amid the presence of Shiite militias, a public display of affection in Basra inevitably risked a backlash.
After an “All Things Considered” commentary, debate boils over on how a broadcast should sound.
A Pew study also shows wide gaps between scientists and the public on GMOs and research using animals.
But you can’t have a populist revolution without people.
Next time, the world cannot be late.
POSTEVERYTHING | Instead of blaming the sisters, blame should go to the institutions’ skewed values.
Often placed on a dresser in a kid’s room, they tip over and hurt curious toddlers with surprising frequency.
Goodell: 'It's been a tough year'
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Inside the killing of Imad Mughniyah
Etan Patz murder trial begins in NYC
Super Bowl ads stick to popular themes
Singer Demis Roussos buried in Athens
Security will be tight for Super Bowl
Mexico City searches for survivors at hospital
Clashes escalating in eastern Ukraine
Jordan, Japan await news of prisoners
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For many Democrats, the prospect of a Bush-Romney fight had been a pleasant one.
Greece’s banks, not its debt, are what might force it out of the euro, as it gets ready to fight Europe over austerity.
The current measles outbreak has spread to 84 people across 14 states, CDC officials say.
I believed America was a place of condescending, lascivious xenophobes.
The Alexandria resident was trapped on a train for more than 35 minutes before help arrived.
A one-stop resource for Super Bowl XLIX.
The annual Washington Auto Show brings out the lust in car lovers of the metropolitan area.
A critic insists that American popular music struck a dissonant chord in the 1950s. He’s missing a few beats.
NBC will stream pregame coverage, the actual game, the halftime show, and the latest episode of “The Blacklist” thrown in as a bonus.
After the burger chain’s stock skyrockets from its initial public offering, a young investor puts his mouth where his money is.
FEDERAL EYE | A GOP senator wants to bar financial awards for federal workers who owe back taxes.
Carisa Crawford Chappell
Prices are climbing as an increasing number of people try to get in early on what many see as a coming boom.
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