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Judge Harlin Hale’s decision comes as the influential gun lobby has tried to fend off a far-reaching lawsuit filed by the New York attorney general that accused top officials at the nonprofit of fraud and self-dealing.
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis also intends to seek the death penalty against Robert Aaron Long, who is suspected of killing eight people, including six women of Asian descent, a spokesperson said.
About 3,000 people still speak Benoit Fader Keita's native language, Menik. He's using his music to keep it alive. (Alexa Juliana Ard, John Wendle/The Post)
In a country where French is seen as a key to success, a Senegalese man wants to teach the opposite lesson through rap and reggae in his native Menik.
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While Colonial Pipeline works to restore service after last week’s cyberattack, some gas stations in Virginia, Georgia, Florida and other states are reporting dry pumps and long lines.
Snow has fallen in the Mile High City over nine straight months, spanning 245 days.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II sits ahead of the Queen's Speech in the House of Lords Chamber during the State Opening of Parliament in London on Tuesday. (Pool/Reuters)
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The chair of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has privately warned that tax plans could hurt vulnerable incumbents.
"Zero Fail" depicts missteps, successes and evolution of the agency tasked with protecting the president.
In a hearing Tuesday, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) asked top infectious-disease expert Anthony S. Fauci about NIH funding of research in China. (The Washington Post)
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The unsubstantiated theories about the infectious-disease expert take things to another level.
Assessing a not-entirely-hyperbolic claim from Sen. Lindsey Graham.
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The queen’s speech isn’t a statement of the monarchy’s personal political views. It’s a speech prepared by the party in charge of Britain’s government, which right now is the Conservative Party.
Video footage shared on social media showed students hurling themselves from third-floor windows to escape the gunfire. Two children died jumping from the windows, according to news reports.
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The 2018 young adult novel "Ghost Boys" tells the story of a 12-year-old Black boy with a toy gun who is shot to death by police.
Mustafa Qadiri of Irvine, Calif., faces multiple federal charges. The government has seized the Ferrari, Lamborghini and Bentley he is said to have purchased with funds from the Payment Protection Program.
More than 40 state attorneys general are pressuring Facebook to drop its plan, but the tech giant is plowing ahead anyway, confident in its assertion that a separate service will actually make social media safer for preteens.
Calming vibrations? A meditation headband that senses your brain activity? Experts say the concept of wearable technology for stress relief is promising, but questions remain about effectiveness.
Medina Spirit, center, the winner of the 147th Kentucky Derby, peeks from his stall after arriving at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore on Monday. (Toni L. Sandys/The Post)
An overhaul of the aging track is underway, and a redevelopment plan could help revitalize the nearby area.
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The announcements follow the decision by the governor to remove, as of May 19, most of New York’s capacity restrictions on indoor gatherings.
Eilish’s photo-heavy book is a vivid companion to her dark, ethereal music.
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A firefighter protects a young boy from killers in a pulpy, borderline laughable thriller.