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Residents worry their countries are on the brink of war after Israeli troops and the Lebanese Hezbollah militia traded a deadly barrage across the volatile border.
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The tree that had been cut two months earlier was still up on Jan. 19 when an inferno gutted the $6 million waterfront home in Annapolis, killing six.
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Sarah Palin’s recent rambling speech has many influential voices on the right realizing that the romance has gone cold.
DIGGER | An economist suggests more urbanized areas like Arlington will succeed and Fairfax will fail.
WEATHER GANG | Thursday’s weather could affect afternoon rush hour and merits attention.
COLUMN | Sorority sisters ordered by their council to stay in this weekend need to fight instead.
A new study says only about 23 percent of people who moved to D.C. in 2004 were still here in 2012.
A former quarterback in college and the NFL, he has 22 years of college and pro coaching experience.
The former career Blue Jay will likely fill Tyler Clippard’s old spot in the eighth inning.
Here’s a look at successful coach-quarterback duos – and the NFL dynasties they built.
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Police say Alexandra Mendez drove a car that knocked a man to the ground and then ran over him.
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The attorney general nominee also sought to assure senators that she would work with them.
THE FIX | The first lady gets high marks for her “fashion diplomacy” by not covering her head.
With their ranks depleted, they are now the most tangible symbols of the party’s recent electoral defeats.
David Berry was a Marine Corps veteran who deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan five times.
The GOP learns that it isn’t easy running Congress.
Hugh Naylor and Suzan Haidamous
An investigation into Saja al-Dulaimi shows how some women are taking bigger roles in militant groups.
'Friendship Nine' convictions tossed out
Jordan willing to swap for pilot captured by Islamic State
Officials: Christmas tree caused fatal Md. fire
Lebanese Hezbollah targets Israeli convoy
Loretta Lynch: 'No, I'm not' Eric Holder
Oyelowo: Cumberbatch meant nothing negative
North Korean sanctions will remain intact
Libya assesses deadly hotel attack
Super Bowl ads expected to be less racy
‘Google Fiber’ headed to four southern cities
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A church established in Nazi headquarters at Birkenau is inappropriate and misleading.
Annoying but true: Fuzzy federal law means appeals courts could throw out McDonnells’ felony convictions.
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This week: Maryland bluegrass, Virginia beers and dance music to shake off the winter blues.
FEDERAL DIARY | Lawmakers unanimously vote to give disabled vets increased leave but are haunted by partisanship.
WEATHER GANG | Wind gusts peaked at 78 mph on Nantucket, but the island reported sustained gusts above 50 mph for nearly 24 hours.
The Ohio senator was talking like progressive hero Elizabeth Warren long before she came on the scene.
Authentic Russianness is the chief virtue of the lush, bright performance at the Kennedy Center.
The drone’s manufacturer, DJI, says it is now adding a no-fly zone for Washington in its databases.
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