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Lawmakers are desperately trying to balance dozens of health priorities, from fighting obesity to pandemic preparedness, in their upcoming $3.5 trillion tax-and-spending package.
Many hadn’t seen their country in years, and now spoke better Spanish or Portuguese than Haitian Creole.
Cris Wolf, 46, of San Francisco, works with Sasha Plotitsa at Formr Furniture in San Francisco. (Nikki Kahn for The Post)
How one man's San Francisco-based start-up is bringing socially responsible industrial design to the furniture business.
She thought it was nice to be on a date with someone who didn’t think tarot-card reading was stupid.
Scott Gottlieb explores in his new book how we were woefully unprepared for the coronavirus — and why.
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As large insurance providers stop fully covering covid-related hospital stays, an uneven patchwork of patient billing has emerged. In some cases, patients in the same ICU can be hit with very different charges.
A series of deadly blasts hit Jalalabad over the weekend in the latest challenge to the Taliban as it consolidates power.
Lost in the soaring annual toll that shootings leave on D.C. is that the trauma for some families has been compounded by multiple losses to gun violence, sometimes over years, sometimes over generations.
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Firefighters protect the tree, more than 2,300 years old. with fire-resistant material in California. (EPA-EFE Shutterstock)
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The tree named for a brutal Civil War general is ringed with "many layers of irony" regarding a fledgling nation, a historian says.
The dramatic weather extremes of Summer 2021 are demonstrated in this series of images that meteorologists use to understand the atmosphere.
Kane Watkins, 9, sits on the edge of his porch as crews work to inspect his home’s water line on Aug. 12.
The city’s effort to remove lead pipes shows what’s possible with funding and political will. But along with relief, residents express distrust and exhaustion from years of crisis.
“I wanted to make sure that Texas didn’t get away with its bid to prevent this blatantly unconstitutional law from being tested,” a San Antonio physician wrote in an op-ed in The Washington Post.
Antinia Robinson peruses the options at Good Food Markets in Seat Pleasant, Md., on Wednesday. (Lola Fadulu/The Post)
Good Food Markets, a nonprofit chain that aims to bring grocery stores to low-income neighborhoods, had its soft opening in Addison Plaza, filling a gap left by a Safeway that departed in 2016.
Don't let any early-morning clouds or fog fool you. Monday's weather will be near perfect.
Foraging is “like the adult Easter egg hunt, just going out and finding something. It’s very primal.”
The next few weekends are packed with fall festivals. Here are some of the best.
Get ready for Oktoberfests, outdoor festivals, including the H Street Festival, and free admission at local museums.