Blogs & Columns
Netanyahu addresses Congress. (Reuters)
The Israeli prime minister forcefully argued against a nuclear deal with Iran, telling Congress that such an agreement would have the opposite effect of what the international community intended.
The bill would not take aim at President Obama's executive actions on immigration, giving Democrats what they have long demanded and potentially enraging conservatives.
Adam Goldman and Sari Horwitz
The former CIA director will plead guilty to a misdemeanor and will likely not face prison time.
She did not routinely turn over e-mails for government records.
Matt Rogers and Jason Samenow
WEATHER GANG | Many areas are likely to see only spotty sleet and a little plain rain with just a little ice.
Arlington rejected a planned streetcar, and D.C. and Maryland could also scrap system blueprints.
Daniel Rosen was caught trying to meet someone he thought was a 14-year-old girl by Fairfax police.
Trends show a consistent shape on Selection Sunday, but teams bouncing around provide flux.
A U.S. official in Kenya told the New York Times going to the Southeast D.C. neighborhood is riskier.
As Americans try to cut down on sugar, panelists taste test alternatives to see if they hold up.
More Local Headlines
Aaron C. Davis
They call the new council legislation, which heads off private clubs, broad and unnecessary.
Livability.com deemed Old Town the sixth-best downtown in America, down a spot from 2014.
More Top Stories
The cash-strapped Greek government gets help in its quest to recover the Elgin Marbles.
A new documentary argues that the rapists are a symptom of a misogynistic culture in India.
The lawyers in the first Affordable Care Act case will be back to argue both sides of a 4-word clause.
A comparison of wages suggests that for some jobs, it’s more profitable to work in another country.
As of now, the speaker will be remembered as a befuddled hack.
Roberto A. Ferdman
WONKBLOG | Indian food is something of an anomaly, but not for the reasons you might think.
Why Clinton’s private e-mail address is bad news
Netanyahu: ‘Don't be fooled’ on Iran and Islamic State
Ga. halts execution of only female death row inmate
Bush calls for Clinton e-mails to be released
Men steal $4 million in gold from armored truck
Rice: ‘All options on the table’ for Iran
Blogger mom convicted of poisoning son
Mourners pay respects to Boris Nemtsov
Iraq launches attack to retake Tikrit from Islamic State
Obama says U.S.-Israel bond ‘unbreakable’
(Michael S. Williamson / The Washington Post)
(Thomas Peter / Reuters)
(Courtesy Rizzoli USA)
(Australian Museum / AFP/Getty Images)
THE FIX | Bad news for Clintonworld.
Its stereotypes have reverberated for a century.
COLUMN | A year later, the shelter where the 8-year-old lived is still a shameful place for families.
The Cavaliers managed only two points in the first 13-plus minutes before rallying to secure the outright ACC regular season title.
Hans Wydler and Steve Wydler
The first steps are to de-clutter your house and to think seriously about whether it can meet your needs as you age.
Food & Drink
G’eclair is bringing a modern, Asian-influenced twist on the classic dessert.
IN THE LOOP | Netanyahu’s speech Tuesday is dividing Democrats trying to figure out how to comport themselves.
The thieves made off with 275 pounds of gold.
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.
The traditional camera industry went down with a fight, but never really had a chance.
Nearly 1,200 pages into Obama’s budget are two dashed lines that should please taxpayers.
Full list of today'sprint stories »
View our e-Replicaedition »
A discreet way to share documents and messages with Washington Post journalists
Live Q&A, 2 p.m. ET
Bring your grammar gripes, language questions and writing advice to copy editor Bill Walsh.
Weekly schedule, past shows
A Journey Along the Controversial Pipeline and Into America's Energy Frontier
E Book now available >>
More ways to get us