Democracy Dies in Darkness
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The FDA and CDC have called for a pause in the use of Johnson & Johnson's coronavirus vaccine, following serious blood clotting disorders in six recipients.
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The 30-member group unanimously backed the U.S. decision after a joint visit to NATO headquarters by  President Biden’s top diplomat and leading defense official.
The country is battling an outbreak, including the spread of more-infectious variants, and has a low vaccination rate.
Soldiers patrol a street in Yangon, Myanmar. (AFP/Getty Images)
Violence unleashed by the security forces has prompted residents to head for ancestral villages — a reversal of the urbanization that once offered the promise of a more prosperous future.
Germany, France and Britain issued a joint statement that called an Iranian plan to increase uranium enrichment to 60 percent purity “regrettable” and warned that it had no “credible” civilian purpose.
The officials faced questions about President Biden’s decision to withdraw troops from Afghanistan and whether al-Qaeda could regroup there.
The confrontation from earlier this week near Columbia, S.C., sparked a public outcry, and protesters gathered Wednesday on the sidewalk outside the soldier’s home.
Biden had previously pledged that “not another foot” of border wall would be constructed, so the ruling is a breach of faith for dozens of private Texas landowners along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Tishaura Jones addresses supporters during her mayoral victory party on April 6 in St. Louis. (Laurie Skrivan/St. Louis Post-Dispatch/AP)
One woman was seriously injured in the fire in the 1400 block of V Street NW.
Windsor, Va., Town Police Chief Rodney Riddle on Wednesday made his first public comments about the incident involving Army 2nd Lt. Caron Nazario, saying Nazario “created” the tense situation by failing to immediately pull over when a police car flashed its lights.
The Capitol is seen through a wet windshield on an icy Feb. 18. (Sarah L. Voisin/The Post)
We called for it to be slightly warmer than it actually was, and we predicted a little too much snow.
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Stephen Strasburg stands on the mound after giving up a two-run home run in Tuesday’s loss. (AP)
Washington built its roster, and payroll, around starting pitching, which makes any cracks in that foundation a concern.
In an interview Wednesday, Tony Buzbee said the fallout over his cases against the NFL star has played out exactly as he warned Watson’s managers weeks ago.
Washington, which is finally healthy, is closing in on Chicago for the 10th seed.