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A washed veil dries outside a tent in the Jeddah camp in Qayyarah, Iraq. (Younes Mohammad for The Post)
More than 80 percent of the millions of Iraqi civilians displaced by the war against the Islamic State have returned home. But for those whose families joined the militant group, acceptance has varied.
WNBA star Brittney Griner is escorted to a courtroom for a hearing in Khimki, just outside Moscow, on Friday. (Alexander Zemlianichenko/AP)
The letter is an escalation of a pressure campaign by the WNBA star’s supporters that comes as her trial proceeds in a court outside of Moscow.
The recent gorings at Yellowstone National Park weren’t shocking to experts.
During Bruce Murray’s pro soccer career — which spanned from 1988 to 1995 and included 85 appearances with the U.S. national team — he said he was diagnosed with at least four concussions.
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The city is experiencing its wettest year on record after 8 inches of rain in recent days.
On Tuesday, heat advisories and excessive-heat warnings covered a sprawling zone from Louisiana to Minnesota and Wisconsin.
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Jennifer Morgan has tried to walk a fine line between shoring up energy security in the short term and halting the climate crisis in the long term.
The improved performance came amid stepped-up pressure on airlines to improve after Memorial Day weekend delays drew scrutiny from lawmakers and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg.
Disinformation researchers and abortion rights advocates worry that what abortion-seekers find online can be misleading — or even dangerous.
The legal challenge is likely to escalate tensions with the Indian government, which has increasingly sought to regulate social media platforms.
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Absent the “substantial reason” provision, applicants would be able to obtain licenses without citing personal circumstances that create a need for armed self-defense.
Trees were uprooted and power lines were torn down, officials said.
People await the fireworks on the Mall in Washington. (Maansi Srivastava/The Post)
Passengers seeking rides home after watching fireworks at the Mall were met with waits of up to 75 minutes to enter the Smithsonian Metro station.