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Israel’s prime minister said he has “a moral obligation” to warn Congress of the perils of a deal with Iran that he believes could threaten his nation's survival.
Arguably the strongest Chinese leader since Mao, Xi Jinping’s autocratic style was formed by the Cultural Revolution and the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Darla Cameron and Dan Keating
WONKBLOG | Falling hotel prices and a strong dollar make Europe and other regions especially affordable this summer.
The longest-serving female senator’s departure opens doors for former Gov. O’Malley and others.
Adam Goldman and Matt Zapotosky
Liban Mohamed was taken into custody shortly after the FBI announced a reward for information.
Donna St. George
The Md. family is not sure what would happen if the children are seen out walking unsupervised.
But some Metro board members say a recent setback in the search could be a blessing in disguise.
COLUMN | A year later, the shelter where the 8-year-old lived is still a shameful place for families.
Panelists try sugar substitutes to see how they compare as Americans try to cut down on the sweet stuff.
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WEATHER GANG | After February, a wintry outlook is no surprise — but better temperatures are on the way.
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Doctors believe it is linked to last year’s outbreak of enterovirus, but they haven’t proved a connection.
Even before a contract is awarded to build the bomber, debate over the cost of the program is taking off.
IN THE LOOP | The painter revealed a secret about the Bill Clinton portrait, calling it a metaphor.
Patterson Clark and Lazaro Gamio
GRAPHIC | Which sweeteners are good for your gut, can upset your metabolism or promote tooth decay?
Benjamin Netanyahu is exploiting a partisan rift in American politics.
The protesters deserve the support of the democratic West.
Mr. Netanyahu goes to Washington
Does sugar by any other name still taste as sweet?
'Senator Barb' paved way for Senate women
An up-close look at the Post reporter now in an Iranian jail
Leonard Nimoy's struggle with playing Spock
Late-night laughs: Jeb Bush vs. George W. Bush
Date Lab: Yo'av and Lily
Mixed martial artist a fighter, feminist
The irony of Scott Walker
Chris Christie vs. Jeb Bush at CPAC
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Democrats are still heavy favorites in Maryland.
Margaret A. Weitekamp
“Star Trek” made space exploration a pop culture phenomenon.
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.
Food & Drink
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.
The political guru has shepherded every Democratic presidential nominee to a win in Iowa since 1980, except one: Hillary Clinton. And if he can’t do that, he at least hopes to win the Kentucky Derby.
Musical theater legend John Kander, 87, wrote the story and music for this premiere at Signature Theatre.
Ashley Halsey III
A system that controls thousands of planes in flight could be disrupted by terrorists, criminals or foreign nations.
VALUE ADDED | Northern Virginia entrepreneur leaves 100k job tending satellites for dream.
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