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Protesters gathered in front of the Brooklyn Center, Minn., police headquarters for the third day of demonstrations.
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The new draft legislation put forward by Sens. Ron Wyden (Ore.) and Michael Bennet (Colo.) seeks to remedy the financial hardships that many families experienced in the past year, after the pandemic left a record number of people out of work.
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Joe Biden’s political invisibility, Donald Trump’s 10:30 p.m. mind-set, and John Boehner’s retirement love letter to the GOP.
Former representative Gabby Giffords at an art installation initiated by her foundation that includes 40,000 silk flowers signifying the almost 40,000 Americans who die each year from gun violence. (EPA-EFE/Shutterstock)
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Hope is building, yet again, that bipartisan agreement on gun control legislation is within reach.
Pfizer and Moderna shots, based on mRNA technology, mostly have served wealthy nations. AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are expected to fill the global gap.
A health worker administers a dose of a coronavirus vaccine to a Buddhist monk sitting in front of a portrait of Bhutan's King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck on March 27. (AFP/Getty Images)
Despite receiving a supply of vaccines in January, the small Himalayan kingdom didn’t begin immunizing its population until March 27, a date that was selected through astrological consultations with Buddhist monks.
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Transparency? Accountability? Not as popular as we think, says a new study.
The Mountaire Farms chicken processing plant in Millsboro, Del., contaminated the drinking water of local residents. (Al Drago for The Post)
Residents in Millsboro, Del., sued the local Mountaire facility, which they suspect is linked to their cancers and other serious health problems.
Hundreds of major companies and corporate executives signed a statement that opposes laws that restrict voting rights, the latest step in an escalating battle over election laws being debated nationwide.
A former Pinterest employee helped craft legislation to ensure workers wouldn't be muzzled by non-disclosure agreements when they face discrimination.
Coinbase chief executive Brian Armstrong and Tina Bhatnagar, head of customer support and operations. (Christie Hemm Klok for The Post)
As the first big cryptocurrency player to go public, the San Francisco-based exchange’s direct listing on the Nasdaq is being viewed as a test run, with the potential to add a new layer of legitimacy to digital currency. 
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The Bedford Oak in Bedford, N.Y., is thought to be more than 500 years old, but you don’t have to wait that long for an oak to reach a majestic size. (Doug Tallamy/Timber Press)
This tree that shelters other life is unmatched in North America. Every garden or yard should have one (or more).
Some family members see no issue with being treated to dinner or taking up the offer of vacation-home use.
Friend offers to pay for half of a new blanket, but homeowner thinks he should pay in full.
Woman in line refuses to stay back six feet, so show her how it’s done.
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