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Many USPS employees workers see recent cost-cutting changes that have slowed mail delivery as violating the spirit, if not the letter, of that law.
The immigration operation would sync with two themes of President Trump’s reelection campaign: His crackdown on immigration his push to vilify cities led by Democrats, who he blames for crime and violence.
Dudu Mesquita at the Cantina Garden restaurant in Rio de Janeiro. (Terrence McCoy/The Post)
Renowned Brazilian chef Dudu Mesquita recovered from covid-19, but his senses of taste and smell remain impaired. Now he must relearn how to cook.
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The announcement from Daniel Cameron (R) came hours after a juror’s attorney said that Cameron “may not have presented” all the evidence in the case.
In a rare public statement, Robert S. Mueller III responded to a tell-all written by Andrew Weissmann, suggesting the insider account was “based on incomplete information” and praising a top aide of whom the book was particularly critical.
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Flames from the Glass Fire consume the Black Rock Inn Sunday in St. Helena, Calif. (AP)
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Swiftly moving blazes roared into parts of Santa Rosa and nearby towns Sunday night through Tuesday, causing damage, sending tens of thousands fleeing and threatening the area’s tourism-based economy.
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Some of the inquiries from the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States are about deals that are years old.
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The new burst of optimism comes one day after House Democrats unveiled a new coronavirus economic relief bill and stalled talks resumed.
American flags are displayed on the Mall in Washington, D.C., to honor those who have died of covid-19. (Bloomberg)
The toll in the United States has been uniquely bad. Two out of every 50 people on the planet are American, but 10 out of every 50 deaths have occurred here. 
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Press freedom activists hold a candlelight vigil in front of the Saudi Embassy in Washington in 2019 to mark the anniversary of the killing of Jamal Khashoggi. (Reuters)
Critics of Saudi Arabia show signs of becoming more organized after the journalist’s killing in October of 2018.
As companies rethink Japan’s intense work culture, one chief executives plans to move his workers to a picturesque island.
During a trip, the secretary of state called Greece one of the United States’ closest military allies in Europe, as it remains mired in a maritime dispute with Turkey over energy resources.
The group’s bank accounts were frozen and executives interrogated by authorities.
A Maltese official initially suggested the country may try to retrieve the tooth from the young royal.
Last November, Kelly Ghaisar spoke at the Lincoln Memorial during a candlelight vigil commemorating the second anniversary of her son Bijan's death. (Craig Hudson for The Post)
“Bijan deserves justice and transparency,” Kelly Ghaisar told the House Natural Resources Committee’s Oversight and Investigations subcommittee. Her 25-year-old son was fatally shot by two U.S. Park Police officers in Virginia in 2017. Park Police do not use body-worn or in-car cameras. 
An uptick in activity could occur in a little over a week’s time, and signs point to a busy October. Suffice to say, Atlantic hurricane season is far from over.
The pace of construction has had the biggest impact on Arizona, where the U.S. government has accelerated the project by building through protected areas and federal lands.
The announcement comes a month after word of the job offer sparked an ethics probe and questions about a massive tax break the city official negotiated for the institution’s planned new hospital project.
Dijon Williams was arrested in Georgia on a warrant charging him in the fatal shooting of a man in July, police said. He is a senior on Georgetown's football team.
Overcrowded housing, high rates of uninsurance and preexisting conditions are among them.
A voter leaves an early polling location in Arlington on Sept. 18. (Bloomberg)
Here are places voters can cast a ballot in the Washington region this election cycle — whether it’s through a ballot drop box, in-person early, at a “super vote center” or at a traditional precinct on Election Day. 
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The direct listing on the New York Stock Exchange is one of the most anticipated initial public offerings for a tech company in years. But financial records suggest the secretive firm’s business may be overly concentrated among a handful of customers.
The company admitted to a multiyear scheme to manipulate market prices through illegal trading practices.
Reed had helped pilot the Chamber’s congressional election strategy for more than a decade.
The offer by Activision Blizzard is an acknowledgement that competitive gaming faces some serious financial challenges because the novel coronavirus has made in-person events near impossible to conduct.
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Male baboons don’t just interact with females when they want to mate: They also engage in platonic grooming, a behavior known as a way for primates to bond and destress.
Researchers concluded that the reduction in the mixing of ocean layers is piling up warm water near the surface while cutting back on the circulation of cold, deep water.
Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James will be making his 10th NBA Finals appearance. (AP)
James returns to the NBA Finals this week for the 10th time in his 17-year career. His Los Angeles Lakers are set to face the Miami Heat, an organization he led to four Finals appearances from 2011 to 2014 and back-to-back titles in 2012 and 2013.
The postseason will be remembered as equal parts surprising, entertaining, nerve-racking and heartbreaking as it was successful. 
Mitchell Trubisky could never overcome being drafted ahead of Patrick Mahomes and Deshaun Watson, but Jared Goff, Lamar Jackson and Kyler Murray have ascended to the top of their classes.
Kurt Beathard, whose father was the general manager for Washington’s 1980s Super Bowl teams, was the offensive coordinator at Illinois State. 
Beneath Newton's outlandish wardrobe is a driven competitor who fits just fine with the Patriot Way.
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Love chorizo? Try it in burritos and tacos, on nachos as well as with scallops, clams and ribs.
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West Coast winemakers have yet another hurdle to overcome this year.