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Karen Tumulty and Matea Gold
The establishment candidate usually wins the Republican nomination, but it’s a particularly unsettled time for the party.
Adam Goldman and Ellen Nakashima
The U.S. and Israeli spy agencies used a bomb in a spare tire during a 2008 operation to kill Imad Mughniyah in Damascus, former officials said.
Alison Hymes at Western State Hospital in Staunton, Va. (Post)
Alison Hymes was a longtime advocate for the mentally ill in Virginia, even serving on a task force to reform state laws. But she was committed involuntarily in 2011 and again in 2013.
WEATHER GANG | Precipitation will change to rain tonight, but a bit of snow earlier could slicken roads.
The No. 4 Blue Devils rallied from an 11-point deficit to hand the No. 2 Cavaliers their first loss this year.
More than 11,000 Fairfax County documents were released, detailing the 2013 killing of John Geer.
COLUMN | Before returning to straight reporting, a few takeaways drawn from more than 500 columns.
Karla L. Miller
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The Post’s Joe Yonan has a recipe to please all different diets while keeping it decadent and delicious.
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COLUMN | In the 1960s, one of the fathers of rock-and-roll lived here and recorded in his basement.
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WORLDVIEWS | Economists say the move is unprecedented and could have long-term benefits.
The video of journalist Kenji Goto does not mention the Jordanian pilot who also has been threatened.
COLUMN | It’s time for the NCAA and the NBA to change an eligibility rule that’s hurting the game.
COLUMN | An important competitor has been eliminated, which means consumers have fewer choices.
He remains as unrepentant and inflexible as he was at the start of Syria’s civil war.
Super Bowl XLIX
COLUMN | The Patriots quarterback, nicknamed “Mr. Wonderful,” keeps his sense of purpose at 37.
Whitney Houston's daughter found unresponsive
Vigil held in honor of slain Islamic State hostage
Family of Jordanian hostage wait for news of his fate
Patriots or Seahawks? Animals predict Super Bowl winners
Flu season hitting elderly especially hard this year
Two detained in connection with suitcase stuffed with human remains in San Francisco
Anti-Charlie Hebdo protesters clash with police in Kabul
Plumes of smoke rise from Brooklyn warehouse fire
Obama previews budget in weekly address
Police detain man in suitcase body case
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Lisa B. Thompson
Shonda Rhimes is doing something no one else is doing — making shows that are honest about the sacrifices people make.
Carisa Crawford Chappell
Prices are climbing as an increasing number of people try to get in early on what many see as a coming boom.
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GOING OUT GUIDE | See the Oscar short nominees and take in the Super Bowl at your favorite bar.
FEDERAL EYE | A GOP senator wants to bar financial awards for federal workers who owe back taxes.
An infected college student recently traveled across the state by Amtrak, potentially exposing many others.
Bonnie S. Benwick
PBS smartly serves up a delectable cooking show from across the pond.
Eric Church’s album has won him fan and critical acclaim. He plays the Verizon Center on March 10.
NBC will stream pregame coverage, the actual game, the halftime show, and the latest episode of “The Blacklist” thrown in as a bonus.
Instead of abandoning once-thriving suburban malls, owners are sinking millions into risky redevelopments
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