Netanyahu says it’s his duty to warn Congress

Israel’s prime minister said he has “a moral obligation” to warn of the perils a deal with Iran could bring to Israel.

Clinton used private e-mail for State Dept. business

The former secretary of state did not routinely preserve and turn over her
e-mails for government records collection.

Scores of tags have been left at the Wall. (Michael S. Williamson/Post)

Stories of grief, love and penance live among what’s left at the Vietnam Wall

Experts are choosing from 400,000 items to display at the planned Vietnam War education center.

Local News

Mikulski’s retirement sets off wild Democratic scramble to succeed her

Mikulski’s retirement sets off wild Democratic scramble to succeed her

The longest-serving female senator’s departure opens doors for former Gov. O’Malley and others.

Snow and rain mix later today with temperatures hovering near freezing

Snow and rain mix later today with temperatures hovering near freezing

WEATHER GANG | The precipitation should develop between 1 and 3 p.m. and taper off before 7 p.m.

McDonnell launches bid to have corruption conviction thrown out

McDonnell launches bid to have corruption conviction thrown out

The former Virginia governor’s brief says the case against him was “built on a boundless definition of bribery.”

Va. cabdriver on FBI’s ‘Most Wanted Terrorists’ list detained in Somalia

Va. cabdriver on FBI’s ‘Most Wanted Terrorists’ list detained in Somalia

Liban Mohamed was taken into custody shortly after the FBI announced a reward for information.

Washington, D.C.’s lunch crowd is hungry for customized pizzas

Washington, D.C.’s lunch crowd is hungry for customized pizzas

Local chain &pizza received
$10 million in venture capital funding to fuel its rapid expansion.

Morning Mix

Stories from all over

Convicted rapist Mukesh Singh. (AP)

Convicted rapist Mukesh Singh. (AP)

The chilling reason the Delhi bus gang-rapist blames his victim

“A decent girl won’t roam around at nine o’clock at night,” he tells a filmmaker.

How to avoid online romance scams — and what to do if you’re scammed

How to avoid online romance scams —  and what to do if you’re scammed

When a scammer contacted her, one Missouri woman created an online resource to help victims.

More Top Stories

Mystery paralysis in children is puzzling parents — and researchers

Mystery paralysis in children is puzzling parents — and researchers

Doctors believe it is linked to last year’s outbreak of enterovirus, but they haven’t proved a connection.

Pentagon’s top-secret plane is under wraps, but its $55 billion cost isn’t

Pentagon’s top-secret plane is under wraps, but its $55 billion cost isn’t

Even before a contract is awarded to build the bomber, debate over the cost of the program is taking off.

How chocolate cake helped capture Mexico’s most-wanted drug lord

How chocolate cake helped capture Mexico’s most-wanted drug lord

Servando Gómez Martínez, who led the Knights Templar cartel, was arrested by Mexican police.

Shipping magnate foots the bill for Amal Clooney to represent Greece

Shipping magnate foots the bill for Amal Clooney to represent Greece

The cash-strapped Greek government gets help in its quest to recover the Elgin Marbles.

Artist says he painted Lewinsky reference in Clinton’s official painting

Artist says he painted Lewinsky reference in Clinton’s official painting

IN THE LOOP | The painter revealed a secret about the Bill Clinton portrait, calling it a metaphor.

Sports

Virginia overcomes early scoring drought to beat Syracuse

Virginia overcomes early scoring drought to beat Syracuse

The Cavaliers managed only two points in the first 13-plus minutes before rallying to secure the outright ACC regular season title.

Federal Government

House set to allow ‘clawback’ of VA employee awards

House set to allow ‘clawback’ of VA employee awards

FEDERAL EYE | The House could vote as soon as Monday evening to give the VA wide discretion to rescind awards paid to its employees.

Lifestyle

Jerry Crawford knows how to pick a winner — in politics and horse racing

Jerry Crawford knows how to pick a winner — in politics and horse racing

The political guru has shepherded every Democratic presidential nominee to a win in Iowa since 1980, except one: Hillary Clinton. And if he can’t do that, he at least hopes to win the Kentucky Derby.

Business

ULA ready to compete against Elon Musk’s space startup, CEO says

ULA ready to compete against Elon Musk’s space startup, CEO says

ULA chief Tory Bruno says the company is transforming itself in the wake of challenges by Elon Musk’s SpaceX.

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