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There’s broad consensus in both parties that the military needs more money to modernize its forces, though it’s unclear how Congress and the White House can agree on how to pay for it.
Juliet Eilperin and Ed O'Keefe
The president’s budget plan, to be released on Monday, would pay for the new spending by imposing a one-time tax on corporate overseas profits.
Philip Rucker and Anne Gearan
Republican presidential hopefuls are busy auditioning on the world stage, trying to bolster their foreign policy resumes ahead of the 2016 campaign.
Seahawks run back an interception. (USA Today Sports)
U.S. viewers will be able to easily (and legally) tune into the Super Bowl online.
The party hasn’t won many wars in the state Capitol but has forced the GOP to vote on hot-button issues.
WEATHER GANG | Getting around for Super Bowl parties should be fine in most areas — with just wet roads.
Citing financial and preservation concerns, trustees turned to a more modest, publicly funded renovation.
The D.C. area’s biggest contractors have mixed views on the prospects for federal spending.
Instead of abandoning once-thriving suburban malls, owners are sinking millions into risky redevelopments.
Carisa Crawford Chappell
Prices are climbing as more people try to get in early on what many see as the next hot neighborhood.
Revenue has fallen and the staff has shrunk — but leaders say that’s part of becoming more specialized.
In one Liberian slum, parents and children are nervous to come back to "The Ebola School."
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Some have adjusted pricing, while others have shifted focus to brewery tours or shuttle services.
ON LOVE | Jonathan Page and Sarah Tanno met in New Orleans, a year after Hurricane Katrina.
COLUMN | Before returning to straight reporting, a few takeaways drawn from more than 500 columns.
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WORLDVIEWS | Economists say the move is unprecedented and could have long-term benefits.
Peter Holley and Anna Fifield
A crowd gathered in Tokyo to mark the loss of Kenji Goto, who was purportedly beheaded by militants.
The Post’s editor said the treatment of Jason Rezaian “deserves the world’s condemnation.”
Adam Goldman and Ellen Nakashima
The spy agencies used a bomb in a tire in a 2008 operation to kill Imad Mughniyah, former officials said.
He remains as unrepentant and inflexible as he was at the start of Syria’s civil war.
COLUMN | It’s time for the NCAA and the NBA to change an eligibility rule that’s hurting the game.
Fear grows in Jordanian hostage's home village
Pro-democracy protesters return to Hong Kong
Venice Carnival kicks off with spectacle for the senses
Phoenix hands off Super Bowl hosting duties to Bay Area
Australian Al Jazeera journalist freed in Egypt
Fallen climbers rescued from Oregon mountain
CDC: Get vaccinated for measles
Pilots survive mid-air collision in Alaska
Vigil held in honor of slain Islamic State hostage
Whitney Houston's daughter found unresponsive
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Wisconsin’s Republican governor discussed his thoughts on the 2016 election, Islamic radicalism and immigration during an interview on ABC’s “This Week.”
Lisa B. Thompson
Shonda Rhimes is doing something no one else is doing — making shows that are honest about the sacrifices people make.
Ovechkin scores 30th goal for 10th season in a row, but Capitals loss is sixth in seven games.
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GOING OUT GUIDE | See the Oscar short nominees and take in the Super Bowl at your favorite bar.
FEDERAL DIARY | House committee chairman says inspectors general must be able to get all information to do their jobs.
A slow-moving winter storm forced the cancellation of more than 1,000 Chicago flights.
Is a neighborhood impervious to change ready for high-flying cable cars, artistic lighting and parklets?
Eric Church’s album has won him fan and critical acclaim. He plays the Verizon Center on March 10.
The new generation of wearables could make us more compassionate and happier.
Although the group fast that began Jan. 11 is over, it doesn’t mean your journey to financial freedom is ending. You still may have some work to do.
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