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More than 30 additional victims were treated after the shooter, described by police as a young man with a high-powered rifle, blasted into a crowd.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) after signing a $109.9 billion state budget bill. (AP)
The pandemic isn't over and the economy is on rocky ground, but GOP-led states are pushing to use federal coronavirus funds to slash taxes.
Brittany Kaiser. (Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post)
Brittany Kaiser, the provocative Cambridge Analytica veteran, has quietly evolved as crucial to fundraising for the government of Volodymyr Zelensky.
A public service billboard near Charlestown, W.Va., in July 2017. (Michael S. Williamson/The Post)
In a blow to claims that pharmaceutical firms fueled the opioid crisis, a federal judge ruled that the nation’s three major drug distributors did not cause a public nuisance by shipping millions of addictive pain pills to a West Virginia area that was among the hardest hit.
The committee’s decision to accelerate her testimony has led to second-guessing, but it also produced some of the most memorable hearing moments.
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Cassidy Hutchinson used vivid detail to recount scenes involving President Donald Trump and his associates.
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Amelia Clark, Miya Anderson, Ruby Isaacson and Landon Nelson. (Jenn Ackerman for The Post)
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Even after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe, some companies may be able to offer abortion-related aid to employees even in states where there is a ban.
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