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The new stopgap bill would fund government operations until Feb. 18, and the House could vote on it as soon as Thursday. But it’s still unclear whether the measure can be rushed through the Senate by midnight Friday, which is the deadline to avert a government shutdown.
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Emboldened by attacks on abortion rights, a new generation of doctors travels by plane, train and Uber to provide care.
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The meeting between Antony Blinken and Sergei Lavrov came amid mounting tensions over Russia’s military buildup along Ukraine’s border.
Darrell Brooks Jr., 39, has been the object of intense media attention after being accused of driving through a Christmas parade, killing six and wounding dozens.
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Some states are prohibiting the use of county jails for migrants, but Immigration and Customs Enforcement have simply relocated them, transferring dozens of detainees to other places, often run by private firms.
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(Tom McCorkle for The Post; food styling by Lisa Cherkasky for The Post)
Traditionally, it is a time to enjoy fried foods, which symbolizes the miracle of oil that was supposed to only last for one night but instead burned for eight. So, here are eight recipes from classic to perhaps new-to-you.
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More than 20 states have considered, tested or launched digital versions of driver’s licenses in recent years.
Tom Marmet, an aspiring social worker, was hit by a stray bullet in the District. Now his family is decrying a plea bargain for the killer.
Metro officials discuss problems with the wheel set on the new 7000 series. (Bill O'Leary/The Post)
The NTSB also issued a safety alert calling for all transit and commuter rail systems to check for wheels that have improperly tilted from axles.
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