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Some Cubans fear that America’s immigration benefits — which essentially treat anyone from the island as a political refugee — are in jeopardy.
If Mitt Romney chooses to run for president again, he is determined to re-brand himself as authentic. And central to that mission is making public what he has kept private.
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Comfort, left, and Kofi Boateng face troubles. (Michel du Cille/Post)
After the housing collapse derails the American Dream, a cloud of uncertainty hangs over one family.
The acknowledgment undermines the earlier claim that the drop was due to motorists obeying the law.
WEATHER GANG | Germantown got the most at 4.5 inches, while most areas got between 1 and 2.5.
Lynh Bui and John Woodrow Cox
A grim search through the rubble of a mansion fire in Annapolis ended when a sixth body was found.
Sandra G. Boodman
MEDICAL MYSTERIES | A Va. woman’s symptoms seemed like a heart attack, but tests ruled it out.
No injuries were reported in the incident. (Mark Gail for Post)
It’s unclear if the Bladensburg-area water-main break, which caused the incident, was related to the snow.
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Evgeny Buryakov at hearing Monday. (Reuters)
They seemed like stumblebum spies, but they discussed “debstabilizing” U.S. markets.
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But prosecutors cut the players a deal: The charges will be dismissed if they stay clean for six months.
Across the U.S., more departments are using trauma kits that help officers control severe bleeding.
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Massachusetts saw snowfall rates of up to 2 inches an hour, but New York City lacked “historic” snow.
Fast-track authority on trade deals is one of the few areas where the GOP and the president agree.
Efforts to drive oil prices down are undermining global attempts to reduce dependence on fossil fuels.
The 70th anniversary of its liberation came at an uneasy moment for Europe — particularly its Jews.
The prime minister’s disdain for Obama could hurt support of Israel.
William Wan and Gu Jinglu
After they were caught, the officers beat the undercover reporters who recorded them.
BOOK PARTY | In light of recent rape allegations, the bestsellers from the 1980s are quite revealing.
Hostages held after Libyan hotel blast kills three
Northeast wakes up to a winter lockdown from blizzard
N.Y. travel ban lifted, subways to start rolling
Obama arrives in Saudi Arabia
Big blizzard falls short of forecasts
Owner: ‘Patriots have done nothing inappropriate’
Obama wraps up India trip
DRC unrest prompts fears of wider conflict
Greek fighter plane crashes in Spain, kills 11
Kurds celebrate win in Kobane
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THE FIX | Pretty much the same thing happened in 2010.
True or false: If the police ask to enter your home, you don’t have to admit them unless they have a warrant.
COLUMN | The Disneyland measles outbreak is the result of discredited research linking vaccines to autism.
The league has allowed the Patriots’ football controversy to linger at its own benefit.
Here are some tips to avoid feeling remorse after your purchase.
Going Out Guide
While you suck down Starbucks and a bran muffin, the rest of the world starts the day with genuine flavor.
FEDERAL EYE | The contractor, a key player in developing the once-glitchy HealthCare.gov site, is helping the IRS handle its responsibilities under the Affordable Care Act for $4.5 million.
“I thought I was watching a James Bond movie,” his rescuer said.
CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | Today’s war characters aren’t cowboys, but serious-minded operators.
As usual, it was a big night for Signature Theatre, although not so much for Broadway tryouts.
Your morning helping of hand-picked stories from the Switch team.
Michelle Singletary talks about finding peace in getting a grips on your finances.
Mr. Roussos was once part of the rock band Aphrodite’s Child.
Eco-friendly hydrogen-fueled vehicles are a centerpiece of the week-long show.
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