Kremlin links seen in death of opposition leader

The assassination of Boris Nemtsov, one of Vladimir Putin’s harshest critics, leaves opposition allies in Russia expressing renewed fears for their own safety.

2016’s GOP field is a buffet
of choices for voters

THE TAKE | CPAC underscores not only how wide open the field is but how much more substance the candidates have compared with those in 2012.

"I've covered four wars," the commentator said. (AP)

Bill O’Reilly cites conflicts that he witnessed. How much of that is true?

The pundit’s claims of reporting from hot spots — including Northern Ireland — continue to raise flags, but he stands firm.

Local News

Judge orders D.C. to pay record $9.2 million in wrongful conviction case

Judge orders D.C. to pay record $9.2 million in wrongful conviction case

Kirk L. Odom, a victim of FBI errors, served more than 22 years in prison, in a case profiled by The Post.

Sunday’s wintry mix likely to create slippery roads and sidewalks

Sunday’s wintry mix likely to create slippery roads and sidewalks

WEATHER GANG | Cold air firmly in place and moisture moving in create the perfect recipe for a wintry mix.

D.C.’s pot expo: Less Cheech and Chong, more Berkshire Hathaway

D.C.’s pot expo: Less Cheech and Chong, more Berkshire Hathaway

Those paying up to $300 to attend the expo’s cannabis academy are looking to get rich, not high.

Metro’s search for general manager set back by 3 finalists’ withdrawals

Metro’s search for general manager set back by 3 finalists’ withdrawals

They feared their names would be known after a TV reporter learned where they work, officials said.

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In 1935, the duplexes were "ahead of their times." (HomeVisit)

Brightwood duplex’s art deco and cubist design continues to impress

HOUSE OF THE WEEK | When the home was built in 1935, though, thousands visited just to experience its revolutionary feature — air conditioning.

Maryland’s Dez Wells stays motivated as he leads the Terrapins’ revival

Maryland’s Dez Wells stays motivated as he leads the Terrapins’ revival

The senior, entering his final home game, says he’s always “competing against myself.”

Our first pick has gotten married.
So she sent a friend as her proxy.

Our first pick has gotten married. <br>So she sent a friend as her proxy.

DATE LAB | A woman’s college dorm mate connects with a man who, like her, is shy but ambitious.

Head cheese draws more fans,
who are tres aware it isn’t cheese

Head cheese draws more fans, <br>who are tres aware it isn’t cheese

PLATE LAB | Whatever you call the dish, it’s an easy way to take part in the nose-to-tail dining movement.

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At least 6 Republican states revisit their stance of resisting Obamacare

At least 6 Republican states revisit their stance of resisting Obamacare

They fret over a possible court decision that would revoke subsidies for millions of Americans.

S.C. college denounces homosexuality after 2 volleyball players come out

S.C. college denounces homosexuality after 2 volleyball players come out

The policy echoes those of other conservative Christian colleges, including Baylor University.

Walker praises Reagan for ending
1981 strike by air traffic controllers

Walker praises Reagan for ending <br>1981 strike by air traffic controllers

The Wisconsin Republican and 2016 presidential hopeful called it a “significant foreign policy decision.”

Their parents wanted a house and
a car. Millennials have other needs.

Their parents wanted a house and <br>a car. Millennials have other needs.

WONKBLOG | 8 charts show what a younger generation values, which includes healthy living.

Real Estate

Brightwood duplex’s art deco and cubist design continues to impress

Brightwood duplex’s art deco and cubist design continues to impress

HOUSE OF THE WEEK | When the home was built in 1935, though, thousands visited just to experience its revolutionary feature — air conditioning.

Federal Government

Pot’s legal in D.C., but not for feds

Pot’s legal in D.C., but not for feds

FEDERAL EYE | A Reagan-era executive order requires all U.S. government workers to be drug free.

National

Georgia man receives life sentence in death of boy he forced to hold paint buckets on a hot day

Omar Pitts, 32, repeatedly kicked his girlfriend’s younger brother after he collapsed.

Technology

Language barriers

Language barriers

We leave a trail of linguistic fingerprints, but as potential evidence to a crime, is it reliable?

Business

Inside one of the most intense, and unusual, Pentagon contracting wars

Inside one of the most intense, and unusual, Pentagon contracting wars

Falls Church-based General Dynamics lobbies for at least part of a contract that it didn’t bid on.

Diversions