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The acknowledgement by Lufthansa came after the company said last week that it had been unaware of the medical history of Andreas Lubitz, who crashed Flight 9525 into a mountainside.
Amid a firestorm over a similar law in Indiana, the Arkansas bill heads to the governor, who has said he will sign it.
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Ricky Hall died after a stolen vehicle crashed into a police cruiser. Kevin Fleming was with him.
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Police said Wossen Assaye took a gun off a guard at a Virginia hospital before carjacking two people.
He says he was beaten and asked to do tasks in his underwear while trying to pledge Kappa Alpha Psi.
Matthew Lowry had worked on a team targeting violent drug traffickers in Maryland and the District.
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The movie, “Check It,” chronicles an unlikely crew of teens who wear lipstick and carry brass knuckles.
South African comedian Trevor Noah will replace Jon Stewart. Here are some highlights from his career.
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Leaders struggled to reach consensus on difficult issues, including sanctions and research.
The U.S. is trying to balance a desire to help Egypt confront militants with concerns about human rights.
In a dramatic phone call, Sharif Mobley said he feared for his safety and appealed for help.
U.S.-led coalition airstrikes opened the way for the push by ground forces.
Muhummudu Buhari would be the first opposition candidate to defeat a sitting Nigerian president.
The e-mail scandal may be the least of her worries.
Justin Wm. Moyer
The bacterium just shrugs at even the deadliest weapons modern medicine offers, though.
PARENTING | “Do you keep guns in your house?” led to the most illuminating of answers.
Nigerian challenger Buhari defeats Jonathan
'Unresolved issues' in Iran nuclear talks
Family of Robin Williams disputes over estate
Fairfax police: Community member found escaped prisoner
Pence: Indiana will ‘correct’ religious freedom bill
Turkish prosecutor held at gunpoint
Armed prisoner breaks free from Va. hospital
More want local beef, but fewer butchers around
Goodluck Jonathan losing in Nigerian polls
Helicopter crash kills two amid fires
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FACT CHECKER | There are narrow but possibly important differences between the Indiana law and the one supported by President Obama.
So much for that “fresh perspective” on race.
COLUMN | We have, at long last, scientific proof that more of mom isn’t necessarily better.
The Terrapins pull away late to beat Tennessee, 58-48, and advance to their second straight Final Four to play Connecticut.
A hike in the interest rates and/or a government shutdown could have a significant impact on whether house hunters maintain the financial ability and confidence to become buyers.
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Bonnie S. Benwick
WEEKEND KITCHEN | The new author doesn’t always agree, foodwise, with her famous father.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
IN THE LOOP | The fears of the merely wealthy, eager for postings at U.S. embassies, may be unfounded.
Ashley Halsey III
Distracted-driving awareness month brings a slew of surveys and polls with some surprising results.
Refresh your Easter brunch or dinner with these Washington Post-tested recipes.
French concept artist Floriane Marchix (“Penguins of Madagascar“) draws a dance of contrasts to salute Eiffel Tower’s 126th anniversary.
The announcement is also notable because of what it doesn’t mention -- anything about Windows RT.
Even if they don’t save very much.
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