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Ali al-Mujahed and Hugh Naylor
Analysts said three days of strikes by Saudi-led coalition warplanes could pave the way for a potential land invasion even as Egypt announced that a joint Arab military of 40,000 will be created.
Anthony Faiola, Souad Mekhennet and Michael Birnbaum
Andreas Lubitz seemed to be uneasy about keeping his job with Germanwings, consulting with medical professionals about a vision issue that could have compounded psychological problems.
Nicole Coomber walks home with her children. (Bill O'Leary/Post)
It appears the sheer amount of time parents spend with their kids between the ages of 3 and 11 has virtually no relation to how they turn out — but that’s not to say that parent time isn’t important.
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Michael E. Ruane
For 40 years, a Houston woman has gathered so-called stereo photos of war and slavery.
Michael E. Ruane
CHAPTER 10 | As the bloody conflict drew to a close and Gen. Lee took flight, Richmond faced the Yankees.
WEATHER GANG | Warmer days are right ahead with temperatures near to slightly above seasonal averages.
ON LOVE | Lauren Fleming and Garrett Jackson had much more to discuss than the NFL title game.
Residents gathered in Adams Morgan to receive free marijuana seeds in a massive, legal drug deal.
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COLUMN | D.C.’s last streetcar ran in 1962, but the inevitable end had been coming for decades.
Bonnie S. Benwick
PLATE LAB | Was that juicy pork roasted on a spit or pulled straight from an oven? The chef knows.
RightRides DC begins offering safe spaces to women and the LGBTQ community all over the District.
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Some agency officials believed the cost of the program outweighed the meager counterterrorism benefits.
Critics say the law gives businesses a license to discriminate against gays by denying them service.
WONKBLOG | TripAdvisor says a package of peanuts will set you back $12.80 at your hotel room in Boston.
FANCY STATS | Today’s game is between two doubted teams with chips on their shoulders.
Alongside technical skills, America needs the creativity that a liberal arts education provides.
Sarah Pulliam Bailey
ACTS OF FAITH | Prefer to hide in the bathroom during Easter? There’s a saint for you.
Election poll count underway in parts of Nigeria
Scott Walker clarifies immigration stance
Lights out at landmarks for Earth Hour
Hundreds rally against Indiana law
Air Canada plane skids off runway, 23 hurt
Yemen president berates Iran ‘puppets’ at Arab summit
Obama takes aim at payday loans
Seven shot at spring break party in Florida
Family of Germanwings captain visit crash memorial
Bill Cosby show brings out protesters in Baltimore
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The GOP senator made the case at a religious breakfast.
What other pilot murder-suicides teach us about the Germanwings Flight 9525 tragedy.
Zakiya James is studying civil engineering at Drexel University.
Wisconsin isn’t calling out Kentucky, but they’re not afraid of the undefeated Wildcats, either.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The home is essentially two underground domes connected by a tunnel.
Food & Drink
WEEKEND KITCHEN | The new author doesn’t always agree, foodwise, with her famous father.
FEDERAL EYE | A GOP proposal would cut federal employees’ retirement and health-care plans.
His supporters are fighting for him to get it back
There were supposed to be 80, to mark his upcoming birthday, but his chef friends baked 103.
A film on the pianist Seymour Bernstein is beautifully introspective, but with no answers to stage fright.
Samsung and HTC are headed for a serious Android smartphone showdown
Put it off in your 20s and you’ll pay handsomely to make up the savings for the rest of your life.
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