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Ali al-Mujahed and Hugh Naylor
The pledge came as a Saudi Arabia-led coalition intensified airstrikes on Shiite rebel targets across Yemen, escalating a conflict that many residents fear could lead to a land invasion.
Anthony Faiola, Souad Mekhennet and Michael Birnbaum
A former colleague recalled Andreas Lubitz’s despondency after quitting elite pilot training. He was also said to be receiving treatment for vision problems.
The loss of the northern city of Idlib is the most significant defeat for the Syrian president in two years.
Sen. Ted Cruz went pheasant-hunting in Iowa in 2013. (AP)
David A. Fahrenthold
The near-unanimity in supporting the Second Amendment — even among candidates who don’t own firearms — underscores the importance of guns in modern-day conservatism.
THE TAKE | Michigan’s Rick Snyder isn’t interested in the presidency, but he’s dismayed with national politics and has some advice.
Rachel Weiner and T. Rees Shapiro
The violent arrest of a black U-Va. student has many in the state taking a hard look at the agency’s authority.
A majority of D.C. voters approved legalization. But on the city’s east side, residents are more ambivalent.
Mary Pat Flaherty, Paul Duggan and Lori Aratani
The operations hub would have been vital to proper handling of the fatal smoke event on Jan 12.
Shatori Walker-Kimbrough has a game-high 24 points as the Terps vanquish ex-ACC rival Duke, 65-55.
The house is built into a hill. (Keller Williams Select Realtors)
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The home is essentially two underground domes connected by a tunnel.
How many teams have gone into the NCAA tournament undefeated? Here are some mind-blowing stats.
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WEATHER GANG | D.C. may see some flurries or light rain and snow as clouds dominate the sky.
Karla L. Miller
@WORK ADVICE | Plus, is it okay to be interviewed by a former candidate who turned down the job?
RightRides DC begins offering safe spaces to women and the LGBTQ community all over the District.
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Boko Haram insurgents pose a threat, as do voters who could erupt into protest if their candidate loses.
The younger generation rejects big wooden tables, silver tea sets, even perfectly serviceable sofas.
Sarah Pulliam Bailey
ACTS OF FAITH | Tracy Ekstrand was a nanny at a Scientology center and remained silent for years.
Alongside technical skills, America needs the creativity that a liberal arts education provides.
Germanwings crash pilot planned big gesture
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
Bill Clinton bids farewell to Singapore's founder
Boston cop in coma after being shot in face
Astronauts arrive at space station for year-long mission
Jury clears top Silicon Valley firm of gender bias
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The GOP senator said the House Republican leadership had made it nearly impossible for him to get money from Super PACs after he filibustered the Affordable Care Act in 2013.
What other pilot murder-suicides teach us about the Germanwings Flight 9525 tragedy.
Zakiya James is studying civil engineering at Drexel University.
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Bonnie S. Benwick
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.
Friday’s launch went off without a hitch.
She’s the queen of Broadway, golden in a new movie, and busier than ever.
The famed furniture designer spent the end of his life building sound sculptures that remain unique.
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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