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Workers board windows on Tuesday in Louisville, Ky., ahead of an expected grand jury decision. (Reuters)
Kentucky’s largest city is bracing for what may be the most explosive development yet in the high-profile fallout over Taylor’s death.
The White bar owner, who was indicted in the death of James Scurlock, has died in Oregon.
The case brings the debate over employee surveillance into the courtroom and could force Google to answer a thorny question.
Totenberg, NPR’s longtime Supreme Court reporter, says she had to draw some lines but argues the relationship helped her inform the public.
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Andrew Weissmann’s book, “Where Law Ends,” is an insider account of Robert S. Mueller III’s investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. (Jackie Molloy for The Post)
In a tell-all book, Andrew Weissmann criticized the office of the special counsel for not subpoenaing the president and not saying explicitly that he obstructed justice.
In an interview with Fox News this month, Education Secretary DeVos spoke out against Joe Biden’s opposition to her school choice agenda.
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Rep. Tom Malinowski (D-N.J.) worked on foreign policy issues at Human Rights Watch, but the ad claims he lobbied on a domestic issue.
The legislation omits farm bailout money sought by President Trump. Republicans have yet to endorse the plan.
The British prime minister said office workers should work from home if they can, a reversal of previous guidance.
Real estate mogul Ren Zhiqiang was sentenced on graft charges, months after he wrote an essay slamming leader Xi Jinping’s response to the pandemic.
Two protesters separate recycling items from regular trash generated during a rally in Minsk on Sept. 13. (Misha Friedman for The Post)
Demonstrators seeking President Alexander Lukashenko’s ouster even take their shoes off to stand on public benches. Does politeness help or hinder their cause?
As chief scientist, Ryan Maue would be tasked with helping to establish NOAA’s oceans and atmosphere research priorities as well as playing a role in enforcing its scientific integrity policy.
The deployment of unmanned vessels will make it possible for the Navy to expand to 355 ships, Defense Secretary Mark Esper said. That amounts to a shift in what the Pentagon and Congress consider a warship.
Tropical Storm Beta as viewed from the GOES East weather satellite. (RAMMB/CIRA)
Beta became the ninth tropical storm or hurricane to make landfall in the U.S. in 2020, tying a record.
The 2020 Census has been challenging to conduct amid coronavirus-related delays and legal and legislative battles. But as the count enters its final weeks of a truncated schedule, it has been dealt an unforeseen and potentially critical blow.
Other communities are likely to face similar political pressure as President Trump restarts large, in-person campaign events.
Michael Hetle, who lives in the house on the left, has been charged with murder in the death of his neighbor, Javon Prather, who lived in the house at right. (H. Darr Beiser for The Post)
A seemingly ordinary neighborhood disagreement spiraled out of control, into what police are calling a murder. The alleged shooter says it was self-defense.
A jabot collar is seen placed on the Fearless Girl statue outside of the New York Stock Exchange in honor of recently passed Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. (Reuters/Andrew Kelly)
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As one trader puts it, "We can’t even get one thing done, when it’s giving away $1 trillion."
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The retailer has emerged as a central player in a deal caught in the regulatory crosshairs.
There is broad bipartisan support in Congress for providing more government help to the airlines, which continue to struggle as fewer people travel because of the pandemic.
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William Crews was linked to the conservative website RedState, where, under the pseudonym “streiff,” he has ridiculed the government’s activity against the coronavirus outbreak.
The Climate Clock unveiled by artists Gan Golan and Andrew Boyd warned on Monday that there were 7 years and 101 days until Earth’s carbon budget is depleted, based on current emission rates.
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To nurture life has always been an act of faith, or defiance.
Lucky Bar has been a destination for D.C. soccer fans. (Amanda Andrade-Rhoades for The Post)
Amid the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, soccer adversaries have joined forces to raise money for their beloved tavern.
"The timing seemed perfect as NASCAR is evolving and embracing social change more and more," said Jordan, a NASCAR fan since his childhood in North Carolina.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg poses with her family at the court in 1993. (AP)
What looks like pretty scenery to us is a matter of deadly serious survival for trees.
“Water hammer” can be eliminated with arrestors that are easy to install.
He’s living off a small inheritance, and she wonders if he’s stay-at-home-dad material.
He was miffed that daughter-in-law wouldn’t let his wife drive the new SUV.
Friend asks if reader’s newly widowed mom plans to start dating.
Eugene Levy, left, and Daniel Levy, creators of “Schitt’s Creek,” accept the Emmy for outstanding comedy series during the 72nd Emmy Awards on Sunday. (Invision for the Television Academy/AP)
“Schitt’s Creek” became a sleeper hit after landing on Netflix, where fans found joy in binge-watching the show’s early seasons. By 2019, it was a bona fide smash.
The 2020 Emmy Awards went virtual, but that didn't stop "Schitt's Creek," "Watchmen" and "Succession" from dominating much of the show.
DeGeneres returned for her show's Season 18 premiere after a summer of negative headlines and reports of a toxic workplace environment.
Actors’ Equity Association, which represents more than 51,000 stage actors and managers across the United States took a rare departure from a position of neutrality.
While the left was making Ruth Bader Ginsburg a rock star, the right was reshaping our entire legal infrastructure.
The Healthy Sail Panel — made up of epidemiologists, cruise executives and former heads of federal agencies — submitted a report with 74 best practices to the CDC.
Visitors can travel to the islands if they take a coronavirus test and test negative within 72 hours of their arrival in the state.
The package included a note: “You forgot something at Khao Yai National Park.”