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NATO members and other partners have concerns about protecting embassies, medical facilities and the international airport in the wake of the withdrawal of all U.S. forces from Afghanistan.
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Head of Opposition Benjamin Netanyahu, left, and Israel Prime minister Naftali Bennett shake hands following the vote in Israel's parliament in Jerusalem on Sunday. (Reuters)
Benjamin Netanyahu, whose tenure as prime minister ended with Sunday’s approval of a governing coalition that excludes him, reoriented the decades-old approach to peace and security, reshaped the economy and upended legal norms.
The leaders said they would challenge Beijing’s “non-market policies” and pushed for greater transparency on the origins of the coronavirus.
The notification to Donald McGahn on the February 2018 request came last month. It was not immediately clear what was being investigated.
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Ned Beatty in 2003, performing the role of Big Daddy in a Broadway production of Tennessee Williams's “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.” (AP)
Ned Beatty1937–2021
His screen and stage roles captured the full spectrum of humanity and made him one of the most versatile performers of his generation.
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and other lawmakers responded on June 13 to revelations about acts by former president Donald Trump's Justice Department.
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Security personnel scan the airport before the arrival of President  Biden ahead of a NATO summit in Brussels. (Yves Herman, Pool/AP)
In some but not all cases, it was due to former president Donald Trump's pressure.
The 1938 Fair Labor Standards Act excluded farmworkers, domestic workers and other professions dominated by workers of color.
Few nations have more at stake when the two leaders meet Wednesday.
Damage from airstrikes last month in Gaza was concentrated on Wehda Street, a bustling commercial area. (Soliman Hijjy for The Post)
The damage in Gaza during the 11-day conflict between Hamas and Israel in May was heavy and widespread, with hundreds of buildings and dozens of roads hit, an initial United Nations analysis shows.
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Less than half of Virginia State Police troopers are vaccinated, while large police departments have slightly better rates, with 58 percent of officers inoculated in D.C. and 65 percent in Prince George’s County.
La'Tanya Christopher stands in front of the old Salisbury courthouse in May. It was the scene of lynchings, including that of Garfield King, who is related to the courthouse employee. (Karl Merton Ferron/Baltimore Sun)
A historical marker was unveiled outside the Wicomico County courthouse where two lynchings took place.
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Our favorite activities are coming back as restrictions officially lift across the region.
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Companies and travelers have learned how to get by without amenities such as daily room cleanings and free breakfasts. The changes could be long-term.
How much would you pay to go to space with Jeff Bezos? For at least one person, the answer is $28 million, a sum that won a live auction Saturday.
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Mark G. Meadows with Andre Hinds, DeWitt Fleming Jr., Phillip Attmore and Solomon Parker III in “After Midnight.” (Christopher Mueller/Signature Theatre)
Dawoud Bey, Jasper Johns and “Automania” are among the many compelling reasons to visit museums this summer.
Daniel Oppenheimer’s “Far From Respectable” examines a singular voice in criticism.
“Elizabeth and Monty,” by Charles Casillo, charts the pair’s personal and professional relationship.
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