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The Israeli prime minister said that he does not intend to "inject Israel into the American partisan debate," when speaking before Congress.
Mikulski of Maryland has served longer than any woman.
Abdul-Jabbar films outside the Department of Justice. (Marvin Joseph/Post)
One of basketball’s all-time greats — and once its most unpleasant personality — is turning heads with his commentary.
The longest-serving female senator’s departure opens doors for former Gov. O’Malley and others.
Donna St. George
The Md. family is not sure what would happen if the children are seen out walking unsupervised.
WEATHER GANG | After February, a wintry outlook is no surprise — but better temperatures are on the way.
Peter Hermann and Aaron C. Davis
Gregory Dean’s nomination was announced at a news conference at a fire station near Gallery Place.
Some of the ice is beginning to melt, but much of D.C. was still frozen this morning.
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Save for its machine guns and guard towers, the al-Hair prison looks like a hotel in many ways.
Even before a contract is awarded to build the bomber, debate over the cost of the program is taking off.
The junior guard was the first player ever kicked off the team under Duke Coach Mike Krzyzewski.
WONKBLOG | Falling hotel prices and a strong dollar make Europe and other regions affordable.
Sen. Jim Inhofe’s assertions about climate change have no foundation in fact.
FACT CHECKER | The president jumps the shark with his latest claim on the controversial project.
Todd C. Frankel
WONKBLOG | In every category of the test, the Americans scored at the bottom or very close to it.
Sen. Mikulski announces retirement
Netanyahu: U.S.-Israel alliance is strong
At least nine wounded in blast in Cairo
LAPD fatally shoots homeless man
Messy Monday commute in N.Y., N.J.
Israel’s Netanyahu lands in D.C.
True color of the dress: Blue and black
Australia to lead remote plane tracking trials
Investigators explore motives in Nemtsov killing
Rand Paul wins CPAC straw poll
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Democrats are still heavy favorites in Maryland.
Margaret A. Weitekamp
Star Trek made space exploration a pop culture phenomenon.
COLUMN | A school for boys of color would ease a dialogue about the world around them.
Alex Ovechkin scores a pair and new defenseman Tim Gleason makes debut in 4-0 win over Toronto.
Title insurance is an often overlooked but necessary part of the home-buying process. Since roughly 70 percent of variable closing costs are title related, it is worth shopping around.
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G’eclair is bringing a modern, Asian-influenced twist on the classic dessert.
FEDERAL EYE | A Reagan-era executive order requires all U.S. government workers to be drug free.
Nina Pham says the hospital didn’t have the gear or resources to treat her properly, according to reports.
Civil rights gains helped send her to the Ivy League, then Congress. But Selma offers fewer opportunities now.
Author and screenwriter’s latest novel is “The Whites.” He works to make fiction improve on reality.
Samsung’s new Galaxy smartphones improve in two major areas: design and picture quality.
VALUE ADDED | Northern Virginia entrepreneur leaves 100k job tending satellites for dream.
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