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The president's effort to free the WNBA star faced resistance from a Russian government bent on extracting maximum concessions. And the Justice Dept. viewed the one-for-one swap involving arms dealer Viktor Bout as a mistake.
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A review of extreme flooding events this summer showed FEMA's flood maps are failing to fully inform Americans of flood risk in rural and urban areas.
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After 120 minutes of riveting and contentious soccer, after the Netherlands  recovered from a two-goal deficit late in regulation to force a 2-2 tie, a match of high drama and sensational twists came to a close in a penalty kick shootout.
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WIth her move, Democrats will still maintain control of the Senate. Two other members of the party's caucus already identify as independents.
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Charging return and restocking fees encourages consumers to make their returns in-store —  a win for retailers, who save on gas, postage and labor, and get another chance to make a sale.
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Celebrated as a sitcom star and stage actor, “Big Bang Theory” alum Jim Parsons shares a new side of himself in the tear-jerking film “Spoiler Alert.”
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A 1,000-year-old canoe was found submerged in a cenote 30 yards from planned train tracks. (Whitney Leaming/The Post)
The findings are an archaeologist’s dream. The problem: They lie within the planned route for President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s signature infrastructure project.
Kylian Mbappé and France face England in the World Cup quarterfinals on Saturday.
Some athletes’ recovery techniques, like Ronaldo's favorite cryotherapy sessions, aren't backed by science. Others, like foam rolling, really can work.
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In the burned and battered forests near Paradise, a small program run by California State University at Chico is using nature therapy walks to help fire survivors recover.