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President Biden told Democrats that he believed they could secure a deal on a new tax-and-spending proposal between $1.75 trillion and $1.9 trillion, far less than some in the party initially sought even as some lawmakers argued it still would pay for much of their economic agenda.
The Biden administration is trying to salvage its credibility on climate change.
The Islamic State-Khorasan has staged numerous attacks nationwide since the Taliban’s takeover of the country two months ago, raising questions about whether the Taliban can take down ISIS-K cells in Kabul and other urban areas.
China’s demonstration of hypersonic and orbital capabilities was shocking less for the technology, which its military has been developing for years, than for the fact that Beijing decided to test it at all, analysts said.
Ross Wilburn, the first Black chairman of the Iowa Democratic Party, wrote an op-ed criticizing the former president.
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Tuesday’s test, detected by Seoul and Tokyo, was the latest in a series conducted by Pyongyang in recent weeks.
A Senate report accuses the president's entourage of concealing his condition since he was hospitalized.
People ride on a motorcycle Monday near a burning barricade as Haitians mount a nationwide strike to protest a growing wave of kidnappings in Port-au-Prince. (Reuters)
The 16 Americans and one Canadian national with the Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries organization were kidnapped Saturday by 400 Mawozo, a street gang notorious for violent mass kidnappings and a history of targeting religious figures and churches.
Council members are cautiously optimistic that they can pass legislation legalizing the sale of marijuana and allowing D.C. to use local funds to subsidize abortions for low-income people.
The University of Maryland would remain in District 3 instead of moving to District 1.
Upcounty Hub staff members, from left, Justin Garcia, Kristina Smith and founder Grace Rivera-Oven get bags together for free food distribution in Gaithersburg, Md. (Sarah L. Voisin/The Post)
Local governments are strategizing ways to keep up food distribution and expand food access long term as federal aid programs wind down.
Dire cuts to essential services were predicted, but county lawmakers spearheading the mandate said that other large employers already have implemented vaccine requirements without dramatic repercussions.
A coalition to change the name drew attention to President Woodrow Wilson’s racist policies. Some residents suggested the school be renamed for Vincent Reed, the school’s first Black principal.
Here are the five remodeling projects, ranked nationally, that will bring you the most return on investment. (Janice Chang for The Post)
Experts recommend focusing on exterior projects first to add “curb appeal.”
She can afford to retire and wants to know if there’s any reason she shouldn’t quit her job without notice and abruptly move out of her rental.
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