Yemeni warplane fleet destroyed in raids, Saudis say

Analysts said three days of strikes by Saudi-led coalition warplanes could pave the way for a potential land invasion even as Egypt announced that a joint Arab military of 40,000 will be created.

Officials: Co-pilot worried about keeping his job

Andreas Lubitz seemed to be uneasy about his job security with Germanwings, consulting with medical professionals about a vision issue.

Indiana governor: Outrage stems from ‘misinformation’

Critics of the state’s new religious freedom law say it allows businesses to discriminate against gays.

Robin Stanford, 87, shows off a stereo picture. (Nikki Kahn/Post)

Grandmother’s trove of Civil War photos goes to the Library of Congress

For 40 years, a Houston woman has gathered hundreds of
so-called stereo photos of war and slavery.

The Civil War, 150 years later: At war’s end

The Civil War, 150 years later: At war’s end

CHAPTER 10 | As the bloody conflict drew to a close and Gen. Robert E. Lee took flight, Richmond faced the Yankees.

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A star chef riffs on techniques or food, right? Not if he’s José Andrés.

A star chef riffs on techniques or food, right? Not if he’s José Andrés.

Addressing culinary professionals, the restaurateur sounded more like he was crafting a 2016 platform.

Falls Church student pitches his patented football cleats to investors

Falls Church student pitches his patented football cleats to investors

With a shoe designed to prevent turf toe, teenager Brian Eck wants to start an athletic gear company.

When the lights went out at the Super Bowl, that’s when they got talking

When the lights went out at the Super Bowl, that’s when they got talking

ON LOVE | Lauren Fleming and Garrett Jackson had much more to discuss than the NFL title game.

One student at Towson University learns a hard lesson in financial aid

One student at Towson University learns a hard lesson in financial aid

COLUMN | Through no fault of his own, Teddy Boumboulis was thrown out of college for unpaid bills.

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WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 26: Nicole Coomber, a Phd management professor at the University of Maryland, plays with her youngest son, Gus after working all day, on March, 26, 2015 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post)

Nicole Coomber with son Gus. (Bill O'Leary/Post)

Quality trumps quantity when it comes to spending time with kids

It appears the sheer amount of time parents spend with their kids ages 3 to 11 has virtually no relation to how they turn out — but parent time is still important.

Vegetarians beware: Family-owned Capital Meat carves a beefy niche

Vegetarians beware: Family-owned Capital Meat carves a beefy niche

After 75 years in the meat business, the Alafoginis family’s legacy is as full-bodied as its dry-aged beef

Wizards fail to clinch postseason
spot as Rockets roll in Washington

Wizards fail to clinch postseason <br>spot as Rockets roll in Washington

John Wall scored 25 points, while Otto Porter and Bradley Beal had 15 apiece. But Paul Pierce struggled.

How a new sausagemaker lives up to
a Polish neighborhood’s standards

How a new sausagemaker lives up to <br>a Polish neighborhood’s standards

Ostrowski’s fledgling team has been working hard to do right by a Baltimore tradition, one link at a time.

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‘Going Clear,’ ‘Killing Jesus’ and
the enduring mysteries of faith

‘Going Clear,’ ‘Killing Jesus’ and <br> the enduring mysteries of faith

TV REVIEWS | NatGeo and HBO offer two very different origin tales of two very different kinds of belief.

NSA reportedly considered ending surveillance program before leaks

NSA reportedly considered ending surveillance program before  leaks

Some agency officials believed the cost of the program outweighed the meager counterterrorism benefits.

O’Malley: Presidency is not a ‘crown
to be passed between two families’

O’Malley: Presidency is not a ‘crown <br> to be passed between two families’

The former Maryland governor sounded more resolute than ever about taking on Hillary Clinton.

Are you sure you need those peanuts? The cost of room service in 15 cities.

Are you sure you need those peanuts? The cost of room service in 15 cities.

WONKBLOG | TripAdvisor says a package of peanuts will set you back $12.80 at your hotel room in Boston.

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