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Watch coverage of the hearing with military leaders. (Video: Post; photo: Getty Images)
The new timeline comes less than 24 hours after Senate Republicans blocked an effort by Democrats to suspend the borrowing limit.
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After nearly two weeks, the eruptions on La Palma, one of Spain’s Canary Islands near Morocco, show no signs of stopping as lava and smoke spills out, destroying homes, infrastructure and livelihoods.
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The Women's March, seen here on Jan. 19, 2019, will hold its fifth annual event this weekend. (Evelyn Hockstein for The Post)
In addition to the main march in Washington, the organizers planned more satellite marches across the country this year.
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The coronavirus vaccination rate for eligible children is as high as 98 percent in certain areas and as low as 17 percent in others.
When the health aides she relies on to care for her son became unreliable during the pandemic, Denise Tyree found herself unable to work. (Hadley Green/The Post)
When the pandemic led to a lack of child care, single mothers like Denise Tyree were left in the lurch.
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Maggie Dorey’s dorm at the University of West England in Bristol overlooks the hospital room where she spent six months with leukemia as a toddler. (Courtesy of Martin Dorey)
As a toddler, Maggie Dorey she spent six months battling leukemia at the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children. Her father described "tears of joy" when dropping her off at college. "Thank you NHS," he tweeted.
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