Rubio wins over donors despite cash flow to Bush

While Jeb Bush has been conquering the country’s money capitals with high-dollar fundraisers, Sen. Marco Rubio has been reconnecting with donors from his last campaign and courting Sheldon Adelson.

Fear of nuclear nightmare in Pakistan’s most volatile city

China is supplying two large nuclear reactors for energy-starved Pakistan, but critics question why a city vulnerable to earthquakes, tsunamis and, potentially, terrorist attacks, was chosen.

A Delta jet skidded off the runway at LaGuardia airport. (M. Klafter for Post)

Heavy snow falls throughout the region, with more on the way

WEATHER GANG | Accumulations of 4-7 inches are likely in downtown and 5-10 inches to the north and west.

North Korea: Knife attack on U.S. envoy was ‘deserved punishment’

North Korea: Knife attack on U.S. envoy was ‘deserved punishment’

Mark Lippert, ambassador to South Korea, received 80 stitches for wounds on his hands and face.

Surge in online tax scams raises questions about TurboTax

Surge in online tax scams raises questions about TurboTax

“Suspicious” returns spike amid discussions about who is responsible for fixing the problem.

Amid Clinton e-mail controversy, Democrats yearn for an alternative

Amid Clinton e-mail controversy, Democrats yearn for an alternative

The undercurrent of anxiety about the potential Democratic candidate’s vulnerabilities continues to grow.

Why death rates among white women have soared over the past 15 years

Why death rates among white women have soared over the past 15 years

WONKBLOG | New research pins blame on one type of medication.

Politics

Texan Will Hurd defies the odds for House Republicans. Can he last?

Texan Will Hurd defies the odds for House Republicans. Can he last?

He’s one of two African-Americans in the GOP caucus, and nearly 70 percent of his constituents are Latino, and given their problems trying to attract minority voters, national Republicans have made Hurd’s success a priority for 2016 and beyond. 

Local

Kathleen Matthews, longtime news anchor, eyes Rep. Van Hollen’s seat

Kathleen Matthews, longtime news anchor, eyes Rep. Van Hollen’s seat

The Marriott executive would vie to replace the Maryland Democrat, who will run for the Senate in 2016.

Sports

Time for Nats to pick up the pace

Time for Nats to pick up the pace

Washington’s hitters, among the slowest in the majors last season, face new rules starting Thursday.

Business

Is China’s 1929 moment coming?

Is China’s 1929 moment coming?

WONKBLOG | Even though China’s economy is still growing more than 7 percent, its debt bubble is looking rather ominous.

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