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With millions of voters turning out, the country delivered a historic win to Syriza, a party that could put Greece on a collision course with the rest of Europe.
No one has ascended to the Saudi throne amid more regional turmoil than King Salman, who was crowned Friday.
David A. Fahrenthold
Ron Paul embraced a role as libertarianism’s prophet of doom.
A man takes a picture in Prospect Park on Saturday in New York City. (Getty)
WEATHER GANG | Residents from New York City to Maine are being advised to change their travel plans ahead of the storm.
Jason Samenow and Dan Stillman
There are still a couple of windows for some disruptive accumulating snow by the time the last showers depart.
Six local students admitted to the university got a big surprise at their front door Sunday.
Keith L. Alexander
In a recent assault trial in D.C., both sides highlighted a video shot on a police officer’s body camera.
“This is the first time in my life I have seen Pakistanis get so involved,” a local resident said.
Arelis R. Hernández
A shooting near a synagogue could be the result of an effort to crackdown on night clubs and banquet halls.
Kris Humphries, John Wall both post double-doubles as Washington wins in a back-and-forth affair in Denver.
DASHED DREAMS PART 2
Kimbriell Kelly, John Sullivan and Steven Rich
Fairwood, one of the nation’s most aspirational black communities, epitomizes what was lost.
The fading generation of Holocaust survivors wants young people to hear and remember their stories.
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A group of children stand behind the fence at Auschwitz. (AP)
Anthony Faiola, Ruth Eglash, Michelle Boorstein
The anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz could mark the last major commemoration for many survivors.
COLUMN | Would you walk a mile for a sandwich from Miles’-long? In 1960s Washington, plenty did.
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Prosecutors seek the death penalty for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the man accused of setting off one bomb.
The White House wants more than 12 million acres set aside, but Republicans likely will oppose it.
The Academy Award acting categories, on the other hand, look to be pretty much a lock.
STYLE BLOG | Is happiness really that hard to find for these mansion-dwellers? Apparently so.
Consumer confidence is up, and the proof is in New England’s breweries.
Years after 9/11, how could smoke in a Metro tunnel prompt such a poor response?
COLUMN | A meat-and-potatoes (and vending-machine tuna) woman adjusts to a foodie cuisine world.
Obama, Modi cite progress toward nuclear ties
De Blasio: ‘New Yorkers should not underestimate this storm’
Greece votes on whether to dump austerity
Potential Republican candidates compete for support
Dramatic video shows Ukraine rocket attack
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
Obama arrives in India for Republic Day events
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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.
Going Out Guide
While you suck down Starbucks and a bran muffin, the rest of the world starts the day with genuine flavor.
FEDERAL DIARY | When it comes to federal employees, one party wants to give and the other wants to take away.
Relatives said they grew concerned when the couple didn’t show up to babysit their grandchildren.
Sean Forbes lost his hearing at 9 months, but it hasn’t stopped him from becoming a hip-hop star.
Douglas Pew and Dara Weinberg’s opera about an autistic adult is a win for American Opera Initiative.
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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