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Thousands of undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as children are immediately eligible to apply for an Obama-era program that grants them work permits, a federal judge in New York ruled.
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Lower court judges who have addressed the issue said the purpose of Medicaid was to provide the needy with health benefits, not to shed those eligible for its help.
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The package leaves out some priorities among liberals such as another round of $1,200 stimulus payments.
Many of the forces will be redeployed to neighboring Kenya, according to a U.S. defense official.
Secretary of state is hosting several indoor events, even as health experts urge Americans to avoid large gatherings.
Presidential candidate and former Alabama governor George Wallace arrives in Boston for a rally in June 1968. (AP)
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In 1969, Congress almost approved a constitutional amendment to get rid of the electoral college. Instead the body will meet Dec. 14 to ratify Joe Biden’s election, despite President Trump’s refusal to concede.
The transition team is working to set goals and identify leaders for the weather, climate and oceans agency.
Some warn that Republicans risk finding themselves out of step with their own voters, who are increasingly embracing the loosening of marijuana restrictions.
Even with a U.N. pact, desperately needed humanitarian aid has yet to enter the embattled Tigray region.
Human rights groups raised doubts over claims that all relocated refugees had volunteered to move.
Indian farmers wait for the outcome of a meeting with the government at the protest site on a highway at the Delhi-Haryana state border in India. (Manish Swarup/AP)
Farmers have blocked roads into Delhi to protest moves to deregulate the agricultural sector.
"My mother left her guard down for one moment — one moment. And in that swift moment, my entire family was affected," the nurse told CNN.
A Tennessee model gets eye-popping results — and a national partner.
Carole Baskin of Netflix's “Tiger King” poses at the animal sanctuary she founded in Tampa, on Aug. 6. (Zack Wittman for The Washington Post)
The tiger attacked Candy Couser, who has volunteered at Big Cat Rescue for five years, when she reached into the cage to unclip a gate.
Two men, a soldier with deep Special Forces experience and an Army veteran, were found dead on a training area at the base in North Carolina — and officials are offering few details on what occurred.
Courtney Farr did not hide his frustration when he penned the obituary describing the days his father spent struggling with the virus without the comfort of familiar faces.
A protest outside a bar on Staten Island that was ordered closed. (Reuters)
Several problematic sites, for example, support financial transactions through Apple Pay, use Apple’s affiliate links or enable compatibility with Apple devices such as the iPhone, the Oxford researchers said.
The jobs report showed a continued slowing in the recovery as new closures and shutdowns in many states have begun to weigh on parts of the labor market and the larger economy.
As with the disease that spurred the recession, there's a long-haul problem with employment.
The CEO gave cash bribes to a Chinese drug regulatory official for nine years, aiding the company’s climb to the top of the country’s vaccine industry, court records show.
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Bradley Beal welcomed a new backcourt mate into the fold Friday. (Katherine Frey/The Post)
Bradley Beal, the longest tenured Wizard, discussed saying goodbye to his longtime partner John Wall and welcoming the former MVP to Washington.
The team's revamped offensive line has held up amid changes. But it will face a tough test Monday in the stout Pittsburgh Steelers defense.
A year after finishing No. 19 in the country in total offense, the struggles under center have led to an offense ranked 117th nationally with just 310 yards per game.
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