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The pandemic has deprived millions of Americans coverage as they have lost jobs in the economic fallout.
The planned moratorium would halt oil and gas auctions for one year and coal leasing for three years.
Susan Orsega would be among the first nurses to serve in the role of "the nation’s doctor."
Sen. Joe Manchin at the U.S. Capitol last year. (Astrid Riecken for The Post)
In a 50-50 Senate, West Virginia moderate Joe Manchin (D) is set to become the most powerful person in Washington. He'll determine much of what President Biden can achieve -- particularly when it comes to climate change.
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Attorneys for Dominion Voting Systems said that Trump-supporting attorney Rudy Giuliani “cashed in by hosting a podcast where he exploited election falsehoods to market gold coins, supplements, cigars, and protection from ‘cyber thieves.’ ”
The recalibration reflects the reality that the country is already close to the million-a-day pace the president has been targeting.
The Oceans Melting Greenland mission carried out depth and salinity measurements of Greenland's fjords by boat and aircraft. (NASA)
Two new papers reveal the growing toll that human-caused global warming is taking on the planet's ice.
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Protesting farmers remove police barricades in New Delhi on Tuesday. (AP)
A new party, founded by financiers from mainland China, is presenting itself as a guardian of stability. 
The Russian president dismissed Navalny’s video investigation, which has been viewed more than 87 million times, as “boring” and said the weekend protests were “dangerous.”
A decade since pro-democracy protesters gathered in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, the Arab world weighs the lessons of the 2011 uprisings.
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Twitter's Birdwatch pilot lets selected users write corrections and fact checks on potentially misleading tweets.
We have been fact-checking the job estimates for the Keystone XL pipeline for nearly a decade. Politicians keep getting them wrong.
Workers move boxes at an Amazon warehouse. (Scott Olson/Getty Images)
Workers at Amazon warehouses, as well as staff at tech giants’ headquarters, are pressing for union representation to improve safety and wages, and to have a say in the types of products and services their employers offer.
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