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The White House has sought to place blame elsewhere, calling the resurgence “a pandemic of the unvaccinated” and scolding social-media platforms for misinformation that leads people to refuse vaccinations.
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U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland. (Demetrius Freeman/The Post)
Progressives want a dramatic de-Trumpification of the Justice Department. But the attorney general has a different theory of how to heal America.
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Electricity cuts are taking the greatest toll on businesses, hospitals and the poor in Iran, Iraq, Lebanon and Syria.
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The range of young great whites has expanded north along the California coast by hundreds of miles.
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After mostly avoiding direct attacks on Trump, President Biden said Friday he “whipped Donald Trump in Virginia” and so will Terry McAuliffe, highlighting a key strategy for Democratic candidates: linking opponents to Trump.
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Hundreds of protesters marched through Tokyo on July 23, opposing Olympic officials holding the games during the coronavirus pandemic.
First lady Jill Biden at the opening of the Olympic Games on Friday in Tokyo. (Reuters)
Senate negotiators say they’re close to finalizing a major infrastructure deal but funding for transit has emerged as one of the last big obstacles.
If the coronavirus is still an issue for Florida by next July or if the state is unusually affected by the current surge in cases, it threatens to shift perceptions of the governor’s first term.
Kennedy was U.S. ambassador to Japan from 2013 to 2017.
Former Missouri governor Eric Greitens, forced from office in 2018, has hired several Trump associates for his campaign.
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Some of the nation’s driest desert landscapes are set to get inundated into this weekend. Much of Arizona, New Mexico and parts of the broader region are under flash-flood watches as heavy monsoon rains target the area.
The foreign researchers were arrested last year in a highly publicized sweep.
Tony Fiorillo makes a mold of a footprint believed to have been left by magnoavipes, a giant cranelike bird that lived about 70 million years ago. (Emily Schwing for The Post)
Three scientists spent eight days searching for fossils to reconstruct the extinct creatures’ ecosystem. Their research could shed light on climate change, too.
For the first time, you can control how much "sensitive content" you see on the app.
Meteorologists call to standardize Spanish advisory terms for weather-related emergencies.
The Cleveland Indians announce their name change to the Cleveland Guardians during a news conference. (Getty)
Cleveland, which had been known as the Indians since 1915, had long faced protests over its name.
With the trade deadline barely a week away, the Nationals entered this series in Baltimore with a chance to declare themselves buyers. A 6-1 loss in the opener instead only creates more uncertainty.
A Southern California woman has accused the Dodgers pitcher of assaulting her. Bauer, whose lawyers have denied the allegations, is on paid leave as MLB and police investigate.
The Washington Capitals, who traded out of the first round last spring to land Anthony Mantha from Detroit, were idle as the top talent came off the board.
Knapp was hired by the New York Jets in January and was expected to play a crucial role in the development of quarterback Zach Wilson, the second overall pick in this year’s draft.
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Players compete for a share of a $500,000 prize pool at the all-virtual Intel World Open. (Psyonix)
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Video games had a place at the Olympics — before the Opening Ceremonies.
Notaro's HBO special “Drawn” takes her live performances and puts them to animation.
The duo of Nicolas Jaar and Dave Harrington disappeared after a momentous debut. They explain their absence and what’s behind the new “Spiral.”
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