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Senate Republicans have seized on a disclosure from Army Gen. Austin “Scott” Miller, who told lawmakers that before President Biden announced his decision to pull out all troops, the general had advised superiors to leave a few thousand troops behind.
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The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff will testify to a Senate committee on Sept. 28. Here's what that testimony should focus upon.
Chris Gilliard at his home in Dearborn, Mich. He tries to keep his face off of the Internet as much as possible. (Nic Antaya for The  Post)
Chris Gilliard grew up with racist policing in Detroit. He sees a new form of oppression in the tech we use every day.
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Get ready for Oktoberfests, outdoor festivals, including the H Street Festival, and free admission at local museums.
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A scathing critique of 19th-century French mental health practices, a documentary chronicling the unfolding protests against the Venezuelan dictatorship of Nicolás Maduro and a David Lynchian meta-mockumentary are among the new offerings you can watch from home.