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The meltdown is pushing the Middle East dangerously closer to a conflagration many long have feared would arise from the chaos unleashed by the Arab Spring.
Anthony Faiola and Michael Birnbaum
Investigators probe whether Andreas Lubitz’s health — including possible psychological problems — played a role in the air tragedy that claimed 150 lives.
Migel Angel Cobas hits a homemade baseball. (Sarah L. Voisin/Post)
Havana wants to preserve the pastime as a source of socialist glory. But the challenge of convincing a new generation to play at home for the equivalent of $80 a month is a lost cause.
A bill limiting the time police could keep license plate data passed before McAuliffe moved to extend it.
WEATHER GANG | D.C. may see some flurries or light rain and snow as clouds dominate the sky.
Brennan Rabain was going more than 100 miles an hour as he tried to stop a speeding car, police say.
Donna St. George
A native of Denmark, now living near D.C., helped open neighbors’ doors to the traveling troupe in 2010.
DIGGER | They were hurt by the slowdown in federal spending and desire for more urban locations.
Residents gathered in Adams Morgan to receive free marijuana seeds in a massive, legal drug deal.
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Despite the comedian’s familiar material, the evening was anything but routine as sex allegations swirl.
The point guard’s second 30- plus points game helped Washington to snap a four-game losing streak.
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The ruling ends the high-profile legal saga over the 2007 death of Knox’s British roommate.
Mike DeBonis and Sean Sullivan
His backing of Charles Schumer makes the New Yorker the favorite for the Democratic leader’s chair.
Todd C. Frankel and Andrea Peterson
A San Francisco jury found that the prestigious firm did not discriminate against the former junior partner.
CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | “Girlfriend’s” last CNBC show is Saturday, but she’s planning a big return in 2016.
A star of movies, TV, award shows and stand-up, the comedian’s success can be traced in 5 steps.
George F. Will
Another Clinton presidency means new opportunities for scandal.
In punishing an 11-year-old for possessing a leaf that looked like pot, officials exhibit clouded judgment.
Washington Post staff
Freshman Justise Winslow finishes with his third double-double in four games to lift the Blue Devils.
Italy acquits Knox conviction in appeal
Prosecutor: Germanwings co-pilot ‘hid his illness’
NASA launches year-long mission to International Space Station
Mayor: Two remain missing following NYC explosion
White House announces plan to fight antibiotic-resistant germs
Chilean Catholics protest appointment of local bishop
Harry Reid through the years
Hundreds line up for marijuana seeds
‘The Sound of Music’ turns 50
Harry Reid: 'I'm not going to run for reelection'
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Jose A. DelReal
The Illinois congresswoman and decorated Iraq War veteran is set to challenge GOP incumbent Sen. Mark Kirk in 2016.
What other pilot murder-suicides teach us about the Germanwings Flight 9525 tragedy.
Zakiya James is studying civil engineering at Drexel University.
Newly acquired Capitals forward will play in his 500th career NHL game Saturday afternoon.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The Clinton, Md., home burrows into a mound of dirt, using the earth as insulation.
Food & Drink
Bonnie S. Benwick
WEEKEND KITCHEN | The new author doesn’t always agree, foodwise, with her famous father.
FEDERAL EYE | A GOP proposal would cut federal employees’ retirement and health-care plans.
An investigation revealed a scheme to “deceive” editors by suggesting fake reviewers for scientific papers.
Their lifestyles mean that their boomer parents’ furniture, china and knickknacks are going to auctions, thrift shops — or dumps.
The famed furniture designer spent the end of his life building sound sculptures that remain unique.
Samsung and HTC are headed for a serious Android smartphone showdown
Put it off in your 20s and you’ll pay handsomely to make up the savings for the rest of your life.
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