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At the Seoul cafe Green Lab, customers can find silent refuge from the stresses of daily life. (Michelle Ye Hee Lee/The Post)
Some South Koreans seek a social life without being social: visiting public spaces where they can be alone, de-stress and just “space out.”
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Sunday’s presidential election reflects an intense political fight in a country U.S. prosecutors call a “narco-state.”
While omicron has not yet been detected in the United States, New York hospitals will be allowed to protect capacity by limiting nonessential and non-urgent care.
Members of the Lenape Nation hold an event in October in Ambler, Pa., to promote healing of the land and community after Hurricane Ida. (AP)
The tribes are getting help from the environmental nonprofit Conservation Fund to buy back part of their homelands. The lands will be held under conservation easements with the state so they can’t be developed into housing.
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Landsat 9, launched in September by NASA and the U.S. Geological Survey, offers ultra-detailed views of Earth’s surface and “will help us make science-based decisions on key issues including water use, wildfire impacts, coral reef degradation, glacier and ice-shelf retreat and tropical deforestation,” said USGS acting director David Applegate.
A new report indicates the U.S. government will make it more expensive to extract oil and gas on federal land and offshore, by accounting for climate change and other environmental impacts.
Karen K. Jankowski, at home in Peachtree City, Ga., shows a photo of herself from the Vietnam War, when she was one of the “Donut Dollies” who visited troops. (Michael A. Schwarz for The Post)
An Army veteran finally got his wish to say thank you to the young women who visited the troops.
“Gun owners are not going to tolerate being ignored,” warns one gun-rights figure, but others in Virginia signaled they would give the Republican governor-elect space to first tackle less controversial issues.
Homeowners neighboring this open green space in Northwest Washington are angry with plans by a private school in another part of town to build a sports complex here. (Bill O'Leary/The Post)
Residents push back on Maret’s proposed project, as the school looks toward acquiring greener pastures for its athletics.
The new musical was inspired by Beverly Lindsay-Johnson's 2007 documentary. (Jiiko Ozimba)
Washington’s homegrown program, broadcast on WOOK-TV, broke new ground in the 1960s. It’s the focus of a work — with book and lyrics by Jiiko Ozimba and music by Tony Berry and Peter Chatmon — streaming on Vimeo pay-per-view.
At any mention of something he could help with or improve on, this husband reacts like he's being told "he is the worst person in the world.”
Our friend has given us many gifts over the years. I found out he has checked our house to see whether they’re being used.