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French President François Hollande said there were likely no survivors from the Germanwings flight from Barcelona to Duesseldorf.
Fred Barbash and Brian Murphy
Israel then shared the sensitive information with U.S. lawmakers to “build a case” against a possible deal, according to a media report.
Henry Kissinger, right, remembers Lee Kuan Yew. (Post, Reuters)
Henry A. Kissinger
OPINION | The former leader of Singapore was one of the truly profound global thinkers of our time
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Angelina Jolie in London last year. (Reuters)
“I know my children will never have to say, ‘Mom died of ovarian cancer,’” she wrote in a NYT op-ed.
Philip Rucker and Robert Costa
While he was to the first to officially enter the campaign, several contenders are likely to join him.
Hayley Tsukayama and Sarah Halzack
A rise in fraudulent transactions through the iPhone maker’s mobile payment system is drawing criticism.
The practice has spurred a national debate over how to balance students’ privacy with test security.
RELIABLE SOURCE | Laura Dowling left the job abruptly — the day before Valentine’s Day.
When facts are eclipsed by passions, the truth gets lost.
FACT CHECKER | Rubio offers a cartoon version of the facts. Here’s what really happened.
WORLDVIEWS | This restaurant in Kenya has adopted an unsavory practice.
WONKBLOG | Being in the middle class often seems as American as apple pie or baseball.
Roberto A. Ferdman
WONKBLOG | Why? A decline in overall soft-drink consumption and a mistrust of artificial sweeteners.
Cruz, Obama have more in common than you think
Don’t be ‘that’ sports parent | On Parenting
Can Ryan Zimmerman deliver on first?
Cathy Engelbert on becoming Deloitte's first female CEO | On Leadership
Late-night laughs: March Madness edition
Date Lab: Camila and Shafiq
A full-ride to GWU for D.C.'s best and brightest
Building a successful 'Empire'
March Madness, by the numbers
Are you a member of Congress? Don't do these things.
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Governor’s in-state clash over ending rebates to plug a budget hole shows the power of group’s anti-tax pledges.
Twitter accounts belonging to women living in the self-proclaimed caliphate often say how normal their lives are — or show them holding guns.
Supreme Court justices struggle to find a balance in a case involving the Sons of Confederate Veterans.
Daniel W. Drezner
It’s not as easy as Judith Shulevitz posits.
The victims, who are students from Mongolia, said they were invited under the pretense of housecleaning.
The Terrapins pulled away in the second half to set up a Spokane Region semifinal against Duke.
Fiola’s Maria Trabocchi channels a long-ago era of restaurant hospitality.
The show from “Glory Days” songwriter Nick Blaemire premieres at Signature Theatre.
The FTC plans to hire a bunch of new technologists for new research office.
WONKBLOG | Proof that Cialis ads really are everywhere.
FEDERAL EYE | The ACLU has filed a lawsuit seeking information about the controversial airport-security practice, which critics suspect of leading to racial profiling.
Ilyce R. Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin
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