Radical leftists win as Greece rejects austerity

With millions of voters turning out, the country delivered a historic win to Syriza, a party that could put Greece on a collision course with the rest of Europe.

Saudis fortify their borders as Mideast chaos grows

No one has ascended to the Saudi throne amid more regional turmoil than King Salman, who was crowned Friday.

Rand Paul’s White House hopes face a real risk: Dad

Rand Paul’s White House hopes face a real risk: Dad

Ron Paul embraced a role as libertarianism’s prophet of doom.

A man takes a picture in Prospect Park on Saturday in New York City. (Getty)

‘Potentially historic’ blizzard takes
aim at Northeast; up to 3 feet of snow

WEATHER GANG | Residents from New York City to Maine are being advised to change their travel plans ahead of the storm.

D.C. may only see an inch of snow — or less

D.C. may only see an inch of snow — or less

There are still a couple of windows for some disruptive accumulating snow by the time the last showers depart.

As bombing trial nears, Boston braces for graphic, unreleased security video

As bombing trial nears, Boston braces for graphic, unreleased security video

Prosecutors seek the death penalty for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the man accused of setting off one bomb.

Dreams of black wealth foundered amid the mortgage meltdown

Dreams of black wealth foundered amid the mortgage meltdown

Fairwood, one of the nation’s most aspirational black communities, epitomizes what was lost.

Obama to call for more wilderness protections in Alaska refuge

Obama to call for more wilderness protections in Alaska refuge

The White House wants more than 12 million acres set aside, but Republicans likely will oppose it.

SAG Awards: Winners, best and worst moments — and who tripped on stage

SAG Awards: Winners, best and worst moments — and who tripped on stage

There were also quite a few memorable acceptance speeches — for better or worse.

‘Downton Abbey’ recap: Memorable proposal brightens dark episode

‘Downton Abbey’ recap: Memorable proposal brightens dark episode

STYLE BLOG | Is happiness really that hard to find for these mansion-dwellers? Apparently so.

Wait, prosciutto isn’t a fish or cheese?

Wait, prosciutto isn’t a fish or cheese?

COLUMN | A meat-and-potatoes (and vending-machine tuna) woman adjusts to a foodie cuisine world.

Unprepared for disaster

Unprepared for disaster

Years after 9/11, how could smoke in a Metro tunnel prompt such a poor response?

  • Raiding the college piggy bank
  • Va. should cut emissions via the markets
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A group of children stand behind the fence at Auschwitz. (AP)

The fading voices of Auschwitz

The anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz could mark the last major commemoration for many survivors.

Q&A: Larry Wilmore on his first
week hosting ‘The Nightly Show’

Q&A: Larry Wilmore on his first <br>week hosting ‘The Nightly Show’

Comedy Central’s newest late-night hosts reflects on his first week and how to #KeepIt100.

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D.C. may only see an inch of snow — or less

D.C. may only see an inch of snow — or less

WEATHER GANG | There are still a couple of windows for some disruptive accumulating snow by the time the last showers depart.

Sports

Bill Nye: Belichick’s explanation made no sense

Bill Nye: Belichick’s explanation made no sense

Of course, the Science Guy also said, “Go Seahawks.“

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