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Kirk Shipley, the rowing coach at Walt Whitman High in Bethesda, Md., held onto his job through two investigations into his behavior. Then he was arrested.
Communities that faced persecution during the “war on terror” say the Jan. 6 investigation highlights inequalities in how Muslim suspects are treated when compared with White suspects.
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Water flanks Prime Hook Road as it leads to homes along Prime Hook Beach, Del. (Kyle Grantham for The Post)
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Billy Barr began logging snowfall to keep busy. Along the way, he became an unwitting chronicler of climate change.
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As of Monday, the CDC now says all eligible Americans should get their third shot.
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Tax experts say the Bidens used a tax-avoidance strategy to skirt hundreds of thousands of dollars in Medicare taxes, but is it hypocrisy or clever tax planning?
Andre Dickens, candidate for Atlanta mayor, campaigns with supporters. (Reuters)
Democratic strategists say lackluster turnout for the Atlanta mayoral race points to voter apathy and the hurdles of a new voter law.
Barbados declared Rihanna a national hero at celebrations in her hometown of Bridgetown in an overnight ceremony. (AFP/Getty Images)
After 55 years, Barbados has officially severed ties with Queen Elizabeth II — and one of its first actions as the world’s newest republic was to honor the global superstar.
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