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At the start of the pandemic, federal turf wars put the overseas evacuees, federal officials and even U.S. communities at risk, the Government Accountability Office concluded in a report requested by Congress and released Monday.
Making sense of rare, possibly related adverse events after vaccination can be notoriously tricky, but in this case, U.S. health officials have a blueprint.
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Kaylee Smith, a physical therapist, works with a patient. (Zachary Smith)
For more than a year, 1,500 men and women held at the D.C. jail have been confined to their cells 23 hours a day in what experts call a grave human rights abuse.
Weatherhead, chosen to steer the government’s National Climate Assessment, has been reassigned to the U.S. Geological Survey.
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President Biden boards Marine One on Friday. (Demetrius Freeman/The Post)
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Draft legislation aims to reconnect neighborhoods cut off by interstate highways and offset adverse health effects on Black communities because of highways and infrastructure projects that increased air pollutants.
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He asserted that a majority of gun owners supported enhanced background checks and an assault-weapons ban. He was half right.
The CDC memo authorizes agencies to implement testing both to screen employees and diagnose possible infections.
President Biden’s transition has been slower than previous ones. 
Both countries have now expelled several of each other’s diplomats after the Czech Republic linked two Russian spies to a 2014 attack on a munitions depot that killed two civilians.
Strong winds have pushed the fire toward densely-populated areas above Cape Town. Tourist sites, such as the Table Mountain aerial cableway, have been temporarily closed.
Loved ones are reunited after one of the first quarantine-free flights from Australia in more than a year touched down in Auckland, New Zealand, on Monday. (Fiona Goodall/Getty Images)
It is one of the world’s first experiments in reopening long-shuttered borders to quarantine-free travel.
The Trump administration cut the U.S. government adrift from broad international consensus. President Biden has shifted course.
Few Europeans thought it was a good idea for Montenegro to take the mammoth loan to build a highway. The tiny, mountainous country is asking the E.U. for help to repay the debt — and the answer, so far, has been no.
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A sign at the entrance to an Amazon warehouse in Bessemer, Ala.(Michael S. Williamson/The Post)
The Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union accused Amazon of intimidating staff to persuade them to reject unionization at an Alabama warehouse.
The plaintiffs, a mix of U.S. and Chinese citizens living in California, filed the suit anonymously because they fear Beijing will punish them or their family members.
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The Golden State Warriors’ two-time MVP has been on a tear and would be a nightmare in a one-and-done scenario.
Signs protesting the European Super League hang outside Anfield stadium, home of English Premier League football club Liverpool. (AFP/Getty Images)
Not that the former Clemson quarterback needed to offer a clarification. He's still expected to be the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft.
Paolo Espino allowed two runs in place of Stephen Strasburg, but the Nationals fell to the Diamondbacks in the finale of a four-game series.
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