Hezbollah’s international operations chief was killed on a street in Damascus.

    The U.S. and Israeli spy agencies used a bomb in the spare tire of a vehicle in Damascus to kill Imad Mughniyah in 2008, former officials say.

    How Mitt Romney decided against running in 2016

    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.

    Visit to Amsterdam ensnares
    high-value cybercrime target

    Vladimir Drinkman, accused of taking part in several high-profile hacking incidents, will be extradited to the U.S. to stand trial.

    Once-modest tuition rates soar at public universities

    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.

    Md. Republican coup doesn’t shake Senate President Mike Miller

    Md. Republican coup doesn’t shake Senate President Mike Miller

    Entering his 27th year as leader, the Democrat, known as a partisan pugilist, is prepared for the worst.

    Report: Unarmed Springfield man had hands up when shot by police

    Report: Unarmed Springfield man had hands up when shot by police

    Fairfax police released more than 11,000 documents and files about the August 2013 killing of John Geer.

    An Iraqi tried to replicate Paris’s
    ‘love locks’ bridge. It ended badly.

    An Iraqi tried to replicate Paris’s <br>‘love locks’ bridge. It ended badly.

    Amid the presence of Shiite militias, a public display of affection in Basra inevitably risked a backlash.

    Does public radio sound too ‘white’? NPR tries to find the answer.

    Does public radio sound too ‘white’? NPR tries to find the answer.

    After an “All Things Considered” commentary, debate boils over on how a broadcast should sound.

    If you’re buying a new television, be
    careful what you do with the old one

    If you’re buying a new television, be <br>careful what you do with the old one

    Often placed on a dresser in a kid’s room, they tip over and hurt curious toddlers with surprising frequency.

    Local

    Sororities ‘very surprised’ by U-Va. student response to frat party ban

    Sororities ‘very surprised’ by U-Va. student response to frat party ban

    National organizations say it’s just one night of parties, and sisters are missing the point of the warning.

    Sports

    The 2015 Super Bowl Cheat Sheet

    The 2015 Super Bowl Cheat Sheet

    A one-stop resource for Super Bowl XLIX.

    Technology

    Catch the Super Bowl online for free

    Catch the Super Bowl online for free

    NBC will stream pregame coverage, the actual game, the halftime show, and the latest episode of “The Blacklist” thrown in as a bonus.

    Business

    The fall — and overhaul — of the American mall

    The fall — and overhaul — of the American mall

    Instead of abandoning once-thriving suburban malls, owners are sinking millions into risky redevelopments

    Diversions