Russia blames Kiev, warns it will intervene

Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says Russia will intervene if bloodshed continues after the Easter shootout that left three people dead in the eastern Ukrainian city of Slovyansk.

Justices to hear dispute
about TV via the Internet

Aereo is at the center of a debate over copyright laws, the accessibility of public airwaves and the future of television.

David Gregory hosts 'Meet the Press.' (Amanda Voisard for The Post)

‘Meet the Press’: Sunday king no more

As America’s longest-running TV program slides to No. 3 in ratings, moderator David Gregory faces the pressure.

Local News

Despite ‘sick game,’ autistic Md. boy defends girls accused of abusing him

Despite ‘sick game,’ autistic Md. boy defends girls accused of abusing him

A 16-year-old autistic student says he still yearns for the friendship of his alleged tormentors.

Judge finds Chris Brown’s bodyguard guilty of assault in altercation with fan

Judge finds Chris Brown’s bodyguard guilty of assault in altercation with fan

The verdict for Chris Hollosy opens the door for the singer to begin trial.

Why did it take so long for people
to notice damaged trees in D.C.?

Why did it take so long for people<br> to notice damaged trees in D.C.?

COLUMN | Someone carved holes and circles into more than 750 trees. Who saw him and did nothing?

A culture of fitness at the White House

A culture of fitness at the White House

At 1600 Penn, there are no more Tex-Mex Thursdays or vending machines. But there is hummus.

Who’s a better match for the Wizards in the NBA finals: Thunder or Spurs?

Who’s a better match for the Wizards in the NBA finals: Thunder or Spurs?

LIVE Q&A | The Post columnist takes your questions on all things D.C. sports.

It may be their first playoffs in years, but the Wizards out-Bulled the Bulls

It may be their first playoffs in years, but the Wizards out-<i>Bulled</i> the Bulls

COLUMN | The Wizards got gritty in what was a frightening harbinger of potential things to come for Chicago.

Warm. Sunny. Yep, it feels like spring.

Warm. Sunny. Yep, it feels like spring.

WEATHER GANG | With highs in the 70s and afternoon showers, this week has spring written all over it.

Morning Mix

Stories from all over

The father of Nepalese mountaineer Ang Kaji Sherpa, who died in the avalanche waits for his son's body. (EPA)

The father of Nepalese mountaineer Ang Kaji Sherpa, who died in the avalanche waits for his son's body. (EPA)

Sherpas considering strike after devastating Everest avalanche

Nepalese guides say they’ll stop working if compensation and conditions don’t improve.

Md. spent $90 million on technology for failed health-care exchange site

Md. spent $90 million on technology for failed health-care exchange site

The state spent a total of $130M on the first system, and will spend another $40M on its replacement.

Site preparation and paperwork get rolling for National Harbor casino

Site preparation and paperwork get rolling for National Harbor casino

Pr. George’s processes usually take a bit longer, but not for the $925M luxury casino slated to open in 2016.

More Top Stories

One year after Boston bombings, a chance to finish what they started

One year after Boston bombings, a chance to finish what they started

Last year, 5,633 runners did not reach the 26-mile mark.They hope to complete their race today.

Teen stowaway survives 2,300-mile flight to Hawaii in wheel well of jet

Teen stowaway survives 2,300-mile flight to Hawaii in wheel well of jet

Experts question how he survived at an altitude of 38,000 feet with temperatures 80 below zero.

That wild salmon on your dinner
plate might be far from ‘sustainable’

That wild salmon on your dinner <br>plate might be far from ‘sustainable’

A study finds that up to 32 percent of some wild seafood imported to the United States is caught illegally.

Editors’ Picks

Washington, DC - March 27, 2014: Peep diorama's were photographed at The Washington Post in Washington, DC on Thursday March 27, 2014. (Photo by Joseph Victor Stefanchik for The Washington Post)

(Joseph Victor Stefanchik for The Washington Post)

Peeps worthy of a president

PHOTOS | From Peeps in the Oval Office to Peeps painting, here are some of this year’s best.

ROCK SPRINGS, WY - FEBRUARY 08:  Army veteran, Derric Winters Jr. sits in his trailer that he lives in with his wife, Yolanda Winters on Saturday February 8, 2014 in Rock Springs, WY.  (Photo by Matt McClain/ The Washington Post)

(Matt McClain / The Washington Post)

From camaraderie to isolation

When some vets return, they find they miss more than anything the soldiers they fought side-by-side with.

Featured Photo Galleries

Boxer Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter dies

The former boxer was wrongfully convicted of murder in 1967, spending almost two decades in jail before being exonerated.

After the Wars: ‘Ugh. I miss it.’

Returning to civilian life can be a shift from camaraderie to isolation.

The 118th Boston Marathon

A little more than a year after a tragic bombing, runners return to Beacon Street with purpose for the famous race.

The 126th annual White House Easter Egg Roll

Thousands of children are gathering at the White House for the annual Easter Egg Roll.

NBA playoffs, Wizards vs. Bulls: Nene lifts Washington to Game 1 victory, 102-93

The Wizards’ playoff drought ends with a fourth-quarter rally and win.

Families mourn Nepalese Sherpas

The deadly avalanche on Mount Everest was a brutal reminder of the risks they face.

Best news photos of the week

A look at some of our favorite images from the week of April 13.

Prince William, Duchess of Cambridge and son in New Zealand, Australia

The British royal family are visiting New Zealand and then Australia.

Politics

With Keystone XL’s delay, another controversial issue hits pause before the midterms

With Keystone XL’s delay, another controversial issue hits pause before the midterms

THE FIX | Who knows how it could affect the senators most at-risk this electoral season.

Real Estate

Town Square | Historic Hardy House in Montgomery sells

Town Square | Historic Hardy House in Montgomery sells

Also leasing begins at another luxury high rise at North Bethesda Center.

Lifestyle

The most confusing thing that happened on the ‘Orphan Black’ season premiere

The most confusing thing that happened on the ‘Orphan Black’ season premiere

A weekly feature in which we dissect the “um, WHAT?” moment of the week.

Arts

Woolly cancels major Russian theater festival

Woolly cancels major Russian theater festival

The major festival would have brought about 90 Russian actors, directors and designers to D.C.

Local Columnists

The return of the ring(s)

The return of the ring(s)

COLUMN | David Copperfield has nothing on this amazing magic trick, 30 years in the making.

Sports

Wizards breeze past Bulls in playoffs

Wizards breeze past Bulls in playoffs

Nene lifts Washington past Chicago, 102-93, in the Wizards’ long-awaited return to the postseason.

Federal Government

The Contempt Act: Who would it would affect in the Obama administration?

The Contempt Act: Who would it would affect in the Obama administration?

FEDERAL EYE | Rep. Blake Fahrenthold (R-Texas) has proposed a bill that would withhold the pay of federal employees and officials who are held in contempt of Congress.

Going Out Guide

Free and Easy: Ella Fitzgerald and Spring Arts Festival

Free and Easy: Ella Fitzgerald and Spring Arts Festival

The Going Out Guide recommends free things to do for every day of the week.

Technology

Here’s how Washington is preparing for a future of wireless everything

Here’s how Washington is preparing for a future of wireless everything

The FCC expects to set aside at least 18 megahertz of spectrum for unlicensed uses in its upcoming broadcast auction.

Discussions

Carolyn Hax: Is our break destined to be a break up?

Carolyn Hax: Is our break destined to be a break up?

Q&A TRANSCRIPT | Advice columnist Carolyn Hax took questions from readers.

Obituaries

Boxer whose wrongful conviction came to symbolize racial injustice dies at 76

Boxer whose wrongful conviction came to symbolize racial injustice dies at 76

“Hurricane” spent 19 years in prison for the deaths of three whites before the convictions were overturned.

Diversions