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Senate Appropriations Committee holds a hearing on Biden's plan. (The Post)
From weatherization funds to electric vehicles, the White House made compromises to enlist a broad coalition that includes labor and communities of color.
Mary Ann Vecchio kneels over the body of Jeffrey Miller. (John Filo/Getty Images)
In 1970, an image of a 14-year-old girl kneeling beside a dead protester at Kent State became iconic. Fifty years later, video of George Floyd’s death brought her, now 65, back to that moment. What happened to her in the time since?
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The influx of unaccompanied minors at the U.S.-Mexico border stems from crisis in Central America and Trump-era immigration policy.
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All U.S. states have expanded vaccine eligibility to everyone 16 and older. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said every Canadian who wants a vaccine will have one by the end of September.
It's the second time in two years that a suspected poacher has been killed by animals in Kruger National Park.
Smoke rises from the Abu Zar camp near Geneina, Sudan, on April 6. (Organization for the General Coordination of Camps for Displaced and Refugees/AP)
Marine Gen. Kenneth “Frank” McKenzie Jr. is testifying at a House Armed Services Committee hearing about security challenges and military activity in the Middle East and Africa.
The Chinese Embassy in Washington said records of Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna and J&J vaccination will be considered in travel applications.
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A June 2019 march to call for justice for missing and murdered Indigenous women in Concho, Okla. (Sue Ogrocki/AP)
Tribes have no jurisdiction over missing and murdered cases. Annita Lucchesi (Cheyenne), executive director of the Sovereign Bodies Institute, said that’s a problem: Other countries are consulted when their citizens are murdered on U.S. soil, and that should be the case when it comes to tribal nations.
The ruling is a victory for U.S. prosecutors who say members of far-right groups conspired to thwart Congress’s certification of Joe Biden’s presidential win.
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In the nearly 15 months since Kobe Bryant's death, the Bryant estate has grown frustrated over the availability of his Nike products, according to an ESPN story, a discontent that included questions about a lack of shoe models for children. 
Democrats, who have issued searing attacks on the FTC’s track record in holding Silicon Valley accountable, finally have an opportunity to follow through on promises to expand the FTC’s powers and authority. 
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