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A large oceanfront condo building near Miami Beach partially collapsed early Thursday morning, killing at least one person, injuring at least 10 and prompting a massive search-and-rescue response.
Standing alongside a bipartisan group of 10 senators, President Biden announced they had agreed on a package featuring hundreds of billions of dollars in new spending on the nation’s roads, bridges and other infrastructure.
An excerpt from the book “Nightmare Scenario” details how President Donald Trump’s illness was far more severe than the White House acknowledged.
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Voting-systems company Dominion is suing Sidney Powell, Rudolph W. Giuliani and Mike Lindell, alleging a “viral disinformation campaign” to undermine the 2020 presidential election.
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The Michigan state Senate report  repeatedly denounced and debunked the former president's claims. Here's a breakdown.
Corey Lea, a beef and pork rancher in Murfreesboro, Tenn., advocates for Black farmers. (William DeShazer for The Post)
A Florida federal court issued a preliminary injunction Wednesday, delivering a legal blow to a key part of the Biden administration’s federal stimulus relief package that forgave agricultural debts to farmers of color.
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Jack Rodeman was stopped and tased by Florida Highway Patrol trooper George Smyrnios on June 16 at his girlfriend's house in Ft. Myers, Fla. (Kristina Rodeman)
The biracial 16-year-old was arrested and faces charges of loitering, marijuana possession and a criminal traffic citation for disobeying an officer.
A computational biologist posted his findings on a server where papers that have not yet been peer-reviewed or published in a journal have been landing by the thousands.
Mariam Thompson, 63, gave targeting information from U.S. Special Ops command in Iraq to a Lebanese man with Hezbollah ties.
The only national park devoted to the performing arts has a full schedule this summer.
Pride events, movie screenings, bar anniversary parties and the debut of an outdoor roller rink liven up the weekend.
Christopher Bartel’s “Skinwalker Ranch Portfolio” documents the landscape of eastern Utah.
CryptoWendyO in her home office in Los Angeles. (Maggie Shannon for The Post)
CryptoWendyO is among a new class of influencers narrating the wild turns of global markets, redefining how younger audiences get their financial news.
An executive's personal vendetta against a subordinate in another department says more about his pettiness than your performance — but that doesn't mean he won't succeed.
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