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The president's effort to free the WNBA star faced resistance from a Russian government bent on extracting maximum concessions. And the Justice Dept. viewed the one-for-one swap involving arms dealer Viktor Bout as a mistake.
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Recruits for Somalia’s Danab brigade listen to trainers at Baledogle Military Air Base. (Malin Fezehai for The Post)
After President Donald Trump’s pullout in the final weeks of his administration, al-Shabab militants grew in strength and size.
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Veterans will return to a mental health care system that experts say is no better able to help them than it was during the Afghanistan and Chechnya conflicts.
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Celebrated as a sitcom star and stage actor, “Big Bang Theory” alum Jim Parsons shares a new side of himself in the tear-jerking film “Spoiler Alert.”
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The Republican candidate who lost the Arizona governor's race, asked a court to throw out the results.
The Justice Department sought a contempt order from the chief judge amid a dispute over whether all classified documents have been returned by the former president’s legal team.
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The findings are an archaeologist’s dream. The problem: They lie within the planned route for President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s signature infrastructure project.
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