Radical leftists win as Greece rejects austerity

With millions of voters turning out, the country delivered a historic win to Syriza, a party that could put Greece on a collision course with the rest of Europe.

Obama moves to protect more of Alaska refuge

The move to protect 1.4 million acres of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge will spark a battle with Alaska Republicans.

Ron Paul’s ideas complicate son Rand’s White House bid

Ron Paul’s ideas complicate son Rand’s White House bid

His father embraced a role as libertarianism’s prophet of doom.

A woman walks past a bicycle in Cambridge, Mass. on Saturday. (Reuters)

‘Potentially historic’ blizzard takes
aim at Northeast with 2 feet of snow

WEATHER GANG | Residents from New York City to Maine are being advised to change their travel plans ahead of the storm.

    Monday commute may be dicey in D.C.

    Monday commute may be dicey in D.C.

    It’s too warm for much accumulation overnight, but a cold punch could land by afternoon.

    Local News

    U-Md gives the personal touch to a handful of accepted applicants

    U-Md gives the personal touch to a handful of accepted applicants

    Six local students admitted to the university got a big surprise at their front door Sunday.

    Peshawar school attack galvanizes Pakistanis in D.C. area and beyond

    Peshawar school attack galvanizes Pakistanis in D.C. area and beyond

    “This is the first time in my life I have seen Pakistanis get so involved,” a local resident said.

    The nation’s wealthiest majority-black county has seen a reversal of fortunes

    The nation’s wealthiest majority-black county has seen a reversal of fortunes

    The housing boom boosted African Americans in Prince George’s, but the crash crushed their aspirations.

    He was hungry for crab legs.
    So was she. And they really hit it off.

    He was hungry for crab legs. <br>So was she. And they really hit it off.

    ON LOVE | Anthony Williams and Candace Butler’s romance bloomed after they did more than tweet.

    Our daily bread: Remembering D.C.’s homegrown Miles’-long sandwiches

    Our daily bread: Remembering D.C.’s homegrown Miles’-long sandwiches

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    Are servers trying to push wine sales by topping off your glass unasked?

    Are servers trying to push wine sales by topping off your glass unasked?

    CRITIC’S INBOX | A restaurant manager defends wine refills, and a diner pleads for quiet.

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    Abandoned as a child bride, wife of India’s prime minister hopes he calls

    Abandoned as a child bride, wife of India’s prime minister hopes he calls

    Narendra Modi left his wife shortly after their arranged marriage and kept it secret for decades.

    The GOP’s field of presidential hopefuls grows ever more crowded

    The GOP’s field of presidential hopefuls grows ever more crowded

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    After black men’s photos were used
    as targets, clergy said #UseMeInstead

    After black men’s photos were used <br>as targets, clergy said #UseMeInstead

    Pastors, monks and others are sending photos of themselves to police in Florida.

    Real Estate

    House of the Week | Beaux-Arts-style mansion in Northwest for $16.5M

    House of the Week | Beaux-Arts-style mansion in Northwest for $16.5M

    The nine-bedroom, 16-bathroom home was designed to resemble the Marble House in Newport, R.I.

    Federal Government

    Federal employee bills show Capitol Hill’s partisan divide

    Federal employee bills show Capitol Hill’s partisan divide

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    National

    Georgia couple disappears after arranging meeting on Craigslist

    Georgia couple disappears after arranging meeting on Craigslist

    Relatives said they grew concerned when the couple didn’t show up to babysit their grandchildren.

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