Stock market declines in Europe and Asia extend as coronavirus worries grow

Investors are rattled as infections and deaths grow outside of China, building on concerns that the outbreak will have a deeper impact on the global economy.

Acting intelligence chief’s paid consulting included work for nonprofit group funded mostly by Hungary

Richard Grenell made his voice heard globally in the years before he became acting director of national intelligence.
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Egyptian ruler whose reign reached a bloody climax with Arab Spring dies at 91

Hosni Mubarak had kept a tight grip on his country through three decades of repression, corruption and cronyism, only to be deposed by the military after massive street protests.
Bernie Sanders, at the time the mayor of Burlington, Vt., visited the Soviet Union in 1988. (Video: Monica Akhtar/The Post; photo:

Sanders’s Cold War trips to communist countries become a problem for his campaign

Video clips from the 1980s of Bernie Sanders talking about his visits to the Soviet Union, Cuba and Nicaragua are being spread online by rivals who say his views were naive — and that they make him vulnerable to GOP attacks in the general election if he is the Democratic nominee for president.
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The next Democratic debate is scheduled for 8 p.m. ET in Charleston, S.C., ahead of Saturday’s primary.
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The president was reacting to a dissent by Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor criticizing the Trump administration and the court’s majority for leapfrogging lower courts to save Trump policies from injunctions.
It’s not just offensive, it’s a matter of health and safety: Authorities have blamed the practice for the deterioration of Brazil’s infrastructure, including a deadly 2007 stadium collapse.
Citing the case of Carter Page, the California man wants the Justice Department’s inspector general to review a FISA search warrant that he claims was riddled with errors.
The team is the latest group entangled in the cultural fight over the meaning of the ubiquitous Trump campaign swag.
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Katherine Johnson, ‘hidden figure’ at NASA during 1960s space race, dies at 101

Long overlooked, she became the subject of a book and hit movie in her 90s.

The anti-Greta: A conservative think tank takes on the global phenomenon

German teen Naomi Seibt is the newest face of the libertarian Heartland Institute’s effort to promote what it calls “global warming realism.”
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At a Greek refugee camp, migrants wait in bread lines. Nearby, grilled octopus is on the menu.

The food situation at Europe’s largest migrant camp reflects the continent’s political gridlock.
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