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A petition circulating at Harvard demands the school check “for their role in undermining” democracy before they are invited to teach or speak on campus.
William “Bill” Wanovich, who came under fire for a 2017 Halloween photo mocking Hispanics, will leave the Virginia Military Institute at the end of the academic year.
Someone bought a winning ticket for the $1 billion Mega Millions jackpot at a grocery store outside of Detroit
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Remembering iconic TV interviewer Larry King
Famed television interviewer Larry King died at age 87 on Jan. 23.
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A viral tweet tried to spin up a conspiracy theory about the new president's mental capacity.
Retired four-star Army general Lloyd  Austin faces the tasks of accelerating Pentagon involvement in coronavirus vaccine distribution and restoring alliances frayed under the Trump administration.
University of Florida professors and teaching assistants balk at what they see as a double standard. Students can report absent teachers on a “snitch app.”
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Have you ever thought carefully about why you voted the way you did in the last election? How big a factor was your education?
Nicholas Reyes, a convicted murderer, was held in solitary confinement for a decade because he did not fill out a journal in a language he does not speak, his attorneys said.
Public school staff and teachers are scheduled to begin receiving vaccinations on Jan. 25, and health leaders plan for day-care workers and private school staff to follow immediately after, though they have not provided a date.
Maryland plans to replace and expand the American Legion Bridge, one of the region’s worst traffic chokepoints. (Michael Robinson Chavez/The Post)
Under a proposed agreement, the state might have to pay up to $50 million in companies’ “predevelopment” costs.
For these two, the differences in interests and tastes didn’t keep a connection from sparking.
Fine-dining chefs Michael Rafidi and Matt Baker pivot with Yellow and Baker’s Daughter.
I tried it. What happened next was not pretty.
( Wake Forest and UNC players scramble at Wednesday’s game at Chapel Hill. (AP)
When times were hard, the Bills always kept me going. Now they keep me connected to Buffalo.
For a Buccaneers team led by Tom Brady and other stars, Bruce Arians has found the right touch as head coach.
Pablo Cuevas, the world's 70th-ranked player, is winning fans on Instagram and keeping himself as sharp as possible rather than gripe, as some other players have.
John Carlson delivers winner as team continues early-season mastery of Sabres.
People walk Park City’s Main Street during the 2020 Sundance Film Festival. (Arthur Mola/AP)
In a covid-era cinematic phenomenon, the movie year is lapping itself.
Beginning his career at 10, he had long associations with Dinah Washington and Dizzy Gillespie.
Stevenson’s classic 19th-century novel is a study in loyalty against a backdrop of violence and unrest.