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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis after signing a $109.9 billion state budget bill. (AP)
The pandemic isn't over and the economy is on rocky ground, but GOP-led states are pushing to use federal coronavirus funds to slash taxes.
Austrian soldiers prepare a Russian flag before a visit by Russian President Vladimir Putin to Vienna in 2018. (AFP/Getty Images)
A case involving a long-serving official in Austria’s security services is fueling questions about the extent to which Moscow’s influence came to permeate this European nation.
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All four men served in the Army and previously had received lower-level decorations for their battlefield gallantry. But after years of deliberation, senior military officials decided to upgrade each of their awards, and President Biden approved.
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TikTok’s “interracial influencers,” unwittingly or not, are benefiting in part from the nation’s long history and not-always-healthy fascination with mixed-race families. But this time, real-world interracial couples can present the narratives of their lives directly to the masses.
The heat dome is forecast to gradually shift westward in coming days. (WeatherBell)
On Tuesday, heat advisories and excessive-heat warnings covered a sprawling zone from northern Louisiana to southern Minnesota and Wisconsin, affecting over 60 million people.
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Amelia Clark, Miya Anderson, Ruby Isaacson and Landon Nelson. (Jenn Ackerman for The Post)
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