Questions mount over Clinton’s use of e-mail

The former secretary of state says she wants the public to see her e-mails, but some Democrats are worried the controversy could damage her strength as a presidential candidate.

U.S. ambassador to S. Korea recovering after knife attack

Mark Lippert received 80 stitches to his face and had severe hand and wrist injuries following the Seoul attack, which North Korea has called a “knife shower of justice.”

A snow plow idles on 15th Street. (Andrew Heining / TWP)

Wintry mix changes to substantial snow; record cold likely to follow

WEATHER GANG | Up to 7 inches could fall in the District, substantially more in the suburbs. Expect major travel delays.

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Tired of government shutdown fights? This bill would end them for good.

Tired of government shutdown fights? This bill would end them for good.

FED EYE | If Congress doesn’t pass a budget, the measure would extend existing funding levels.

Eleanor Holmes Norton loses the battle for sledding on Capitol Hill

Eleanor Holmes Norton loses the battle for sledding on Capitol Hill

Not even an assist from Harry Reid could get the U.S. Capitol Police to relax its rules for the latest storm.

No Doubt, Usher, Fall Out Boy to play free Earth Day concert on the Mall

No Doubt, Usher, Fall Out Boy to play free Earth Day concert on the Mall

Global Citizen Earth Day will mix politics and pop culture on April 18 near the Washington Monument.

Rift in Metro’s board was behind disruption in search for new chief

Rift in Metro’s board was behind disruption in search for new chief

Some Metro board members want a turnaround expert because of concerns over financial woes.

What should you do if you see
someone fall onto the Metro tracks?

What should you do if you see <br>someone fall onto the Metro tracks?

DR. GRIDLOCK | After watching a man fall off the platform, a passenger wonders what he should have done.

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King Salman awards prize to scholar who says 9/11 was an ‘inside job’

King Salman awards prize to scholar who says 9/11 was an ‘inside job’

The award came before a meeting the new king of Saudi Arabia had with Secretary of State John Kerry.

Surge in online tax scams raises questions about TurboTax

Surge in online tax scams raises questions about TurboTax

“Suspicious” returns spike amid discussions about who is responsible for fixing the problem.

Can a misspelling in a text or e-mail lead investigators to a killer?

Can a misspelling in a text or e-mail lead investigators to a killer?

Clues are found in words, spelling and punctuation, but the science is uncertain in the legal world.

Federal Government

Report says procedures put a chilling effect on potential FBI whistleblowers

FEDERAL DIARY | A GAO report and Senate hearing look at protocol that dissuades feds from pointing out waste or abuse.

National

The human family may have evolved 500,000 years earlier than thought

The human family may have evolved 500,000 years earlier than thought

A piece of jaw may turn human evolutionary history on its head.

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