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EXCLUSIVE | The move to protect 1.4 million acres of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge will spark a battle with Senate energy Chair Lisa Murkowski and other Alaska Republicans.
Exit polls Sunday night showed a wide lead for the leftist party that would challenge the European status quo by increasing spending and demanding a renegotiation of Greece’s debt.
DASHED DREAMS PLIGHT OF THE BLACK MIDDLE CLASS
Harmony and Jayla Bryant in their Kettering neighborhood. (M. du Cille/Post)
Michael A. Fletcher
The housing boom boosted African Americans in Prince George’s, but the crash hit the county far harder than its majority-white neighbors, crushing aspirations of building black wealth.
WEATHER GANG | A two-phase storm will be set to clobber the region by late Monday afternoon.
A Fairfax delegate’s proposed law would let bars detail their drink specials, though not prices.
DeNeen L. Brown
Renetta DeBlase of Hyattsville says she took care of her cats. Animal control officers disagreed.
Michael E. Ruane
Hundreds of original portraits of Native Americans were lost in the great fire 150 years ago.
ON LOVE | Anthony Williams and Candace Butler’s romance bloomed after they did more than tweet.
COLUMN | Would you walk a mile for a sandwich from Miles’-long? In 1960s Washington, plenty did.
Wayne Brady and Ne-Yo discuss what the movement means to them at the BET Honors red carpet.
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The Caps standout is still in it to win it — especially in tonight’s All-Star Game — but he has matured.
CRITIC’S INBOX | A restaurant manager defends wine refills, and a diner pleads for quiet.
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Narendra Modi left his wife shortly after their arranged marriage and kept it secret for decades.
Dan Balz and Robert Costa
The candidates face a delicate balancing act so that voters in the general election don’t shy away.
Pastors, monks and others are sending photos of themselves to police in Florida.
The military academies cost a fortune and produce average officers.
FACT CHECKER | He said, “Over half of the people on disability are either anxious or their back hurts.”
Obama arrives in India for Republic Day events
Obama proposes new wilderness protections in Arctic refuge
Donald Trump slams Romney, Bush at Iowa summit
Greeks go to the polls
U.S. planes land safely in Atlanta after bomb threats
Pet ferrets maul Pennsylvania baby
Police arrests suspected Islamist militants in Spain
Prince Andrew reaffirms denial of underage sex claims
Aftermath of deadly shelling in Ukraine
Big snow expected to blanket parts of East Coast
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Jose A. DelReal
His comments echo his call in 2012 for Republicans to “stop being the stupid party.”
Life without you is like that Thomas Piketty book: Pointless.
COLUMN | It’s partly a result of low expectations, partly that the governor turned out to be fairly flexible.
Of course, the Science Guy also said, “Go Seahawks.“
The nine-bedroom, 16-bathroom home was designed to resemble the Marble House in Newport, R.I.
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While you suck down Starbucks and a bran muffin, the rest of the world starts the day with genuine flavor.
IN THE LOOP | Sen. John Cornyn takes the gavel of Judiciary subcommittee — and changes its name.
Relatives said they grew concerned when the couple didn’t show up to babysit their grandchildren.
Everything you need to know about the big award show that’s not the Oscars or the Golden Globes.
Stars of the six-part series made appearance at screening, and talked about the show and its significance.
Tuan C. Nguyen
A handful of companies hope to end the wasteful and costly upgrade cycle.
Could your desire for more be blocking your path to prosperity?
Mr. Banks, a Hall of Fame infielder for the Chicago Cubs, was one of baseball’s sunniest ambassadors.
Eco-friendly hydrogen-fueled vehicles are a centerpiece of the week-long show.
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