U.S. businesses rush to find Cuba opportunities

U.S. trade and tourism are expected to grow with the historic decision to mend diplomatic ties, and some are scrambling to position themselves as first in line.

Opponents formulate ways to derail Obama’s policy

Funding for diplomatic operations in Havana and an ambassador’s confirmation could be likely targets.

A worker removes a billboard for "The Interview" in Hollywood. (Getty)

North Korea's bizarre Sony saga
uncovers Hollywood's hidden truth

CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | Despite Hollywood's protests that movies are "just" movies, “The Interview” shows that they are all political.

Local News

The Morrissey scandal: Nude photos, hacking claims and a pregnant teen

The Morrissey scandal: Nude photos, hacking claims and a pregnant teen

Convicted Virginia Del. Joseph Morrissey announced he will resign — and then run again for his seat.

The last minute gifts you need are in
an unlikely place: Federal gift shops

The last minute gifts you need are in <br>an unlikely place: Federal gift shops

NASA, NIH, the FBI and the CIA are here to bail you out. No, really. Ebola dolls, anyone?

The weekend will be cold and breezy, then a stormy Christmas week arrives

The weekend will be cold and breezy, then a stormy Christmas week arrives

WEATHER GANG | Expect clouds, but only a passing chance of rain or snow on Saturday.

Mike Rizzo, trading machine: A look back at how he has shaped the Nats

Mike Rizzo, trading machine: A look back at how he has shaped the Nats

He has made 30 deals, including this week’s biggie, since becoming the Nats’ general manager in 2009.

Why Arlington is saving Signature
but letting Artisphere shut down

Why Arlington is saving Signature <br>but letting Artisphere shut down

Loaning $5 million to the theater keeps an “economic anchor” of Shirlington alive, officials said.

The top 10 D.C. sports phrases: Stop dry snitching, start TOOTBLAN-ing

The top 10 D.C. sports phrases: Stop dry snitching, start TOOTBLAN-ing

SPORTS BOG | It was a fun year for new phrases in the Washington sports lexicon.

More Top Stories

Pakistan kills dozens of suspected militants after school massacre

Pakistan kills dozens of suspected militants after school massacre

Pakistan has intensified military action after a Taliban school shooting killed 148 people.

Researchers discover flaw that could let anyone listen to your calls

Researchers discover flaw that could let anyone listen to your calls

The spying can happen even on cellular networks using the most advanced encryption now available.

It’s never too late to tell your story of rape. 14 years later, this is mine.

It’s never too late to tell your story of rape. 14 years later, this is mine.

OPINION | The Post’s Cairo bureau chief finally confronts the pain she has been carrying for years.

‘Governor, this is Barack Obama ...
I’ve got a few complaints.’

‘Governor, this is Barack Obama ... <br>I’ve got a few complaints.’

The president called into the Massachusetts leader’s last “Ask the Governor” program.

Real Estate

House of the Week | Robert Gurney-designed Spring Valley house for $4.99M

House of the Week | Robert Gurney-designed Spring Valley house for $4.99M

The D.C. architect cleverly integrated the bones of the post-World War II spec house into his modern design.

Federal Government

Growing portion of FEMA disaster funding goes to admin costs, auditors say

Growing portion of FEMA disaster funding goes to admin costs, auditors say

FEDERAL EYE | Federal auditors say FEMA needs to do a better job controlling its administrative costs, which have risen dramatically in recent years.

National

Tainted water prompts new look at coal-ash dumps

Tainted water prompts new look at coal-ash dumps

Dam breaks and tainted wells prompt a harder look at coal-ash dumps that escaped EPA oversight for years.

Business

Economic impact from new Cuba policy limited for now

Economic impact from new Cuba policy limited for now

Agriculture, telecom and construction could benefit, but the U.S. trade embargo still stands.

Diversions