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Dr. Tamara Joffe administers a dose of coronavirus vaccine to Mustafa Field at a pop-up vaccination site in London on Sunday. (Alastair Grant/AP)
For most of 2020, scientists weren't very concerned that the coronavirus would evolve. But in a few short months, variants of the virus have become a global preoccupation -- and a potential threat to vaccines.
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Pope Francis addresses crowds Sunday in the ancient city of Mosul. (Video: Reuters; photo: AP)
Pope Francis addressed congregants on the site of a church once used as an Islamic State jail and later destroyed in a U.S.-led airstrike.
FEMA said staffers at the Florida City vaccine site were reminded Sunday to vaccinate only people who meet the state’s criteria.
As journalists join Dolly and Dr. Fauci in educating the public, there are pitfalls to avoid.
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Cuomo faces criticism as new allegations emerge
Lawmakers and members of the media reacted to the allegations against New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo (D) on March 7.
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Rev. William J. Barber II at the National Cathedral last year. (Oliver Contreras for The Post)
Many young activists and Black leaders want Vice President Harris to be their champion inside a White House headed by a 78-year-old White man and his longtime advisers.
Full coverage of what the president is doing to enact his agenda.
Yemen’s Houthi rebels claimed they hit an Aramco oil facility in eastern Saudi Arabia on Sunday, the first time the group has reached the company’s facilities in that area.
Afghan commandos have received the highest level of training from the United States, but their fight on the front lines appears to be unsustainable.
Demonstrators protest Friday against the arrest of opposition leader and former presidential candidate Ousmane Sonko in Dakar, Senegal. (Sylvain Cherkaoui/AP)
Anger over rape accusations against the Senegalese opposition leader could intimidate other assault victims from speaking out.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe had been imprisoned after being convicted of plotting to overthrow Iran’s government, a charge that she, her supporters and rights groups deny.
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John Flood works on making a living shoreline in front of a home on the Severn River to protect it from damage caused by cliff erosion. (Sarah L. Voisin/The Post)
The clerk’s lawyer said the suit is an attempt by the family to make it expensive to criticize them “even if the criticisms are true.”
After Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) announced plans to rescind the statewide mask mandate, the tough choice to enforce public health guidance has fallen to business owners.
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Mr. Davis, who died of complications from covid-19, wrote a two-hander that became a staple of community theater after premiering on Broadway in 1981.
These works, recommended by local authors and bookstore owners, remind us just how special Washington is.
Jeremy Jeffress joined the team in February. (Toni L. Sandys/The Post)
Jeffress, 33, signed a minor league deal in February and was expected to compete for a spot in the Opening Day bullpen. He was instead with the Nationals for about two weeks.
Teams outside power conferences may benefit from the new NET rating tool.
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