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If wildfires, earthquakes, mudslides and drought were not concerning enough, the geographic range of young great whites has expanded north along the California coast by hundreds of miles, bringing the predators within feet of surfers and swimmers from the Mexican border to just south of San Francisco.
Those close to Estelle Hedaya are still waiting to hear news of the outgoing New York native.
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Jill Tyson, a close aide to the FBI director, is the subject of a report about her relationship with a subordinate, according to officials.
Cleveland, which had been known as the Indians since 1915, had long faced protests over its name.
Kennedy was U.S. ambassador to Japan from 2013 to 2017.
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Hundreds of protesters marched through Tokyo on July 23, opposing Olympic officials holding the games during the coronavirus pandemic.
Some of the nation’s driest desert landscapes are set to get inundated into this weekend. Much of Arizona, New Mexico and parts of the broader region are under flash-flood watches as heavy monsoon rains target the area.
Keren Prescott was left in tears over a lenient ruling she described as “the epitome of White privilege.”
Across the D.C. region, more than 22,000 people have died of covid-19, including 25 who were homeless in the District, according to the city’s department of human services.
The state’s education and health officials are “strongly recommending” — but not requiring — unvaccinated students wear masks when they return to in-person classes.
Several pedestrians walk toward downtown on the new sidewalks in Hillsboro, Va. (Michael S. Williamson/The Post)
In the heart of Virginia’s wine country, Hillsboro was transformed into a walkable town during the pandemic.
Rhys Bergeron, left, lays out for a defensive block against teammate Kenta Kawaguchi during DC Breeze’s final practice before the season opener against the New York Empire in June. (Graeme Sloan)
After a canceled 2020 season, the American Ultimate Disc League is back on the field.

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A traveler turns over his bag to a handler at Denver International Airport earlier this month. (AP)
Despite some concerns about the delta variant of the coronavirus, airline executives say they are upbeat the recovery will stay.
Kaseya said it obtained the computer key from a "trusted third party."
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Fans celebrate the Milwaukee Bucks’ NBA championship Thursday. (Aaron Gas/AP)
The parade’s conclusion is at Fiserv Forum, where the Bucks defeated the Phoenix Suns in Game 6 to win their first NBA championship since 1971.
Clemson sophomore D.J. Uiagalelei is among several ACC quarterbacks to receive financial compensation through endorsement deals.
The body of 61-year-old Fred Zalokar, an accomplished distance runner and mountain climber, was recovered on Mount Clark, said the National Park Service.
With teams’ training camps at hand, 78 percent of NFL players have received at least one vaccine dose.
The forward will miss about three months with a broken bone in his right foot. He is the second starter to be sidelined for a significant period.
Notaro's HBO special “Drawn” takes her live performances and puts them to animation.
The duo of Nicolas Jaar and Dave Harrington disappeared after a momentous debut. They explain their absence and what’s behind the new “Spiral.”