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Voters in Marietta, Ga., on Saturday. (Elijah Nouvelage for The Post)
In more than two dozen counties, thousands of voters came out to vote, some waiting for hours for the chance to cast their ballot early for the Dec. 6 runoff between Sen. Raphael G. Warnock (D) and Republican Herschel Walker.
Piazza San Marco floods some 100 days per year. (Carolyn Van Houten/The Post)
The Post got a look at the city’s $6 billion barrier system, including a hidden world of underwater tunnels.
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Legislation would require greater scrutiny of the $20 billion in military aid President Biden has sent Ukraine, and it has bipartisan support.
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Dub Crochet with his family on Nov. 9. (Rachel Crochet)
Dub Crochet of Bellaire, Tex., was hospitalized through more than a year’s worth of milestones and holidays before emerging from the hospital this month.
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Hoyer hopes the new top Democrats can replicate the balance of the outgoing three, but the new guard must contend with the polarization of the Republican Party.
Ye, the rapper formerly known as Kanye West, recently lost billions of dollars of net worth after businesses cut ties with him for repeatedly making antisemitic remarks. Fuentes, a political commentator on YouTube, has a history of touting white nationalist ideas.
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In Taylor Heinicke's sixth consecutive start, the Commanders face a weak Atlanta Falcons defense and an offense that has most of its success running the ball.
As NFL executives start to look toward the next head coaching cycle, some young coordinators are emerging as hot commodities.