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Andreas Lubitz tried hide treatments from the airline, including tearing up a “sick note” that covered the day of the crash, a German prosecutor said.
The Senate minority leader was already a GOP target.
Juac plays chess at the NYC Chess office. (Jonathan Newton/Post)
Majur Juac learned survival not on the 64 squares of a chess board but on the hopeless trails of his youth in Sudan. Now the national chess master looks to advance — if he can afford to.
DIGGER | They were hurt by the slowdown in federal spending and desire for more urban locations.
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The D.C. delegate to Congress explains her bad parking job caught on camera near the U.S. Capitol.
SPORTS BOG | Wizards tweets dominate only in Alexandria plus Montgomery and Fairfax counties.
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The report says the state did not have adequate internal controls to ensure proper allocation costs.
COLUMN | History suggests expansion teams have a long wait for glory — if they ever find it.
Residents gathered in Adams Morgan to receive free marijuana seeds in a massive, legal drug deal.
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RELIABLE SOURCE | The presentation was just a bit awkward for leading man Jon Hamm.
The new high-tech cars will run as a single train and will dominate the fleet by the end of the decade.
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Ships steamed toward the coast in an Arab offensive against rebels aiming to take over Yemen.
NYU is now including transportation costs in its sticker prices, bringing the total to a staggering amount.
An investigation found a scheme to “deceive” editors by suggesting fake reviewers for articles.
WONKBLOG | Home appreciation outpaced wage growth in 76 percent of markets over the past two years.
Chaos in Yemen is one troubling outcome of President Obama’s foreign policy decisions.
OUTLOOK | Financial stability during childhood can shape marriages in many surprising ways.
Prosecutor: Germanwings co-pilot ‘hid his illness’
Hundreds line up for marijuana seeds
‘The Sound of Music’ turns 50
Harry Reid: 'I'm not going to run for reelection'
Police raid Germanwings co-pilot’s properties
Gov. Pence: Religious law ‘not about discrimination’
Officials investigate New York City explosion
Germanwings co-pilot flight trained in Arizona
Obama calls for ‘payday’ loan regulations
Twitter launches new live-streaming app, rivaling Meerkat
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Democrats’ path back to power just got a bit more complicated.
What other pilot murder-suicides teach us about the Germanwings Flight 9525 tragedy.
Zakiya James is studying civil engineering at Drexel University.
After the Caps gave up a goal late in regulation, Evgeny Kuznetsov and Matt Niskanen fueled the response.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The Clinton, Md., home burrows into a mound of dirt, using the earth as insulation.
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FIRST BITE | The newcomer from the former Taberna del Alabardero chef serves authentic Spanish fare.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
IN THE LOOP | President Obama’s nominee for attorney general will set the mark for waiting after Senate’s spring break.
It’s the second time it’s happened in four years, according to this “completely devastated” Muslim family from Michigan.
A niche travel industry is catering to a new demand among athletes: the marathon as adventure vacation, too.
Xiomara Reyes dazzles as the Cowgirl in Agnes de Mille’s “Rodeo,” among other incandescent works.
Samsung and HTC are headed for a serious Android smartphone showdown
Ignore it in your 20s and you’ll pay handsomely to make up the savings for the rest of your life, the Employee Benefit Research Institute says.
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