Crimea solidifies ties with Russia ahead of referendum
Moscow assures a visiting Crimean delegation of its support and insists Crimea’s referendum will be valid.
Obama orders sanctions in response to Ukraine crisis
The executive order freezes assets and blocks visas of unspecified people who undermined democracy.
Economy adds 175,000 jobs in February
The U.S. economy added a solid 175,000 jobs in February, despite harsh winter weather that many analysts expected would curtail hiring, according to government data released Friday morning.
Staff e-mails paint former Va. first lady as insecure, erratic
The messages are expected to play a part in the McDonnells’ trial on corruption charges.
The Fix: Why Scott Walker was smart to skip CPAC
Absence makes the heart grow fonder.
Kerala, India: ‘God’s Own Country’
The state in the nation’s southwest is an oasis of natural beauty and religious coexistence. (09:25 AM)
Protests continue in Ukraine
Demonstrators kept up protests in Ukraine as Russia and Crimea moved to solidify ties. (09:20 AM)
Theodore Roosevelt tops Maret for DCSAA boys’ title
Rough Riders come out on top of close game 57-53. (11:16 PM)
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