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The arrangement, which was brokered by the White House, was reached amid concerns about Johnson & Johnson production delays.
The agency received more safety complaints during the pandemic than the same period in 2019 yet performed significantly fewer inspections.
Professor Sherry Heidary teaches a chemistry class at Union County College's campus in Cranford, N.J. (Bryan Anselm for The Post)
Long the unsung foundation of higher education in America, public colleges now have a powerful ally in the White House, first lady Jill Biden, who is an English professor at a community college in Northern Virginia.
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The sanctions are the first by the Biden administration targeting Russia. Alexei Navalny has been a fierce critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The deaths of two FBI agents, shot while approaching a home in Florida last month, have raised new concerns about the cameras.
Jordan reached the peak of his quiet authority during the 1990s, when he had Bill Clinton’s ear through two terms as president, including when Clinton faced an investigation and impeachment over a relationship with a White House intern.
If asking whether your 20-something aide has ever been with an older man is just a joke, then what’s the punchline?
The CNN prime-time host created viral moments nightly when Gov. Andrew Cuomo appeared on his show. It’s a different story now as the elder Cuomo faces sexual harassment claims.
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Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s office formally referred the allegations to the attorney general Monday, paving the way for an investigation to begin.
A criminal justice advocacy group recommends that states and the federal government implement a 20-year maximum prison term except in rare circumstances.
Tear gas is fired at Capitol rioters on Jan. 6. (Evelyn Hockstein for The Post)
William Robert Norwood III said he posed as an antifa activist, undermining false claims that leftists instigated violence at the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
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An executive in the company's cloud-computing division accused co-workers of engaging in racial stereotypes and alleged that one executive propositioned her for sex.
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Ron Rivera helped the Washington Football Team to a playoff berth. (John McDonnell/The Post)
How does a collaborative NFL front office like Washington's make decisions? Trust, humility and avoiding groupthink.
The quarterback said his return from injury was a problem for the new coach.
The team has submitted a proposal similar to what other teams have had approved by local or state officials.
The three-time Grand National winner is being investigated in his native Ireland for a photo that "appalled" the British Horseracing Authority.
“Darryl is and has always been the heart of our team,” said junior guard Eric Ayala.
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A Grammy-winning engineer thinks his homemade prototype could set an example for the role virtual reality could play in expanding the audience for classical music well past the pandemic.
When the world first shut down for the pandemic, authors and publishers scrambled to put together virtual content to keep kids engaged in reading. But for Kinney, virtual events are just not enough.