Democracy Dies in Darkness
It was unclear what caused the 40-year-old, 12-story building in Surfside, Fla., to topple. At least one person was dead, and scores more were missing.
The building collapse left hundreds worried about relatives and friends.
If it passes congressional muster, it would be a significant cross-party achievement and a top goal of his administration.
At a time when nations and companies everywhere are thinking about post-pandemic realities, Japan is encouraging flexible work hours remain.
The concept has been around for more than 40 years, but it has become a major programming theme on Fox News only in recent months.
A former McDonald’s restaurant in Marseille, France, was transformed into a food bank during the pandemic. (Sandra Mehl for The Post)
In December 2019, a McDonald’s in Marseille was on the verge of shuttering when its employees took the keys and occupied it. Months later, as the coronavirus overwhelmed Europe, the building became the unlikely hub of an impromptu aid-distribution effort.
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Chani Nir's family were among the first ones out of the Surfside, Fla., condo building after it collapsed on June 24. She feels lucky to be alive.
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A group of young boys helped carry out the early June attack in the northeastern village of Solhan, according to a government spokesperson.
Chinese officials frequently object to the United States’ “Cold War” thinking when it comes to China. But Xi Jinping’s regime has played a clear role in stoking tensions.
A child's red dress hangs on a stake near the grounds of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School in British Columbia. (Jennifer Gauthier/Reuters)
Unemployed workers in Maryland filed a class-action lawsuit to challenge Gov. Larry Hogan’s decision to end enhanced federal unemployment aid next week.
The agency is planning to stop purchasing non-electric buses by 2030, but critics say that timeline is too slow.
Visitors spend time in the waterfall feature at the Yards Park on June 6 in Washington. (Matt McClain/The Post)
Washington’s hottest months of the year are still to come and, because of climate change, they have gotten hotter.
The Smithsonian Folklife Festival is back with virtual programming for the second year.
The only national park devoted to the performing arts has a full schedule this summer.
Pride events, movie screenings, bar anniversary parties and the debut of an outdoor roller rink liven up the weekend.
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Recent cases of coronavirus infections on cruise ships — despite vaccines or testing precautions — show the challenge of keeping the virus at bay.
A total of six bills were considered. All were approved, the last one on a 21-20 vote.
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On social media, many fans and observers shared messages of support, while others scrutinized conservatorship laws in the United States and beyond.
“Portrait of a Halberdier (probably Francesco Guardi),” ca. 1528–30, by Jacopo Pontormo. (J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles/Getty Open Content Program)
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