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Watch live coverage and analysis of the delivery of the article of impeachment against former president Donald Trump. (Video: The Post; photo: Melina Mara/The Post)
President Biden signed an executive order, fulfilling a campaign promise to overturn the ban. At his confirmation hearing, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said he supported the move.
The plan had been hailed by many physicians as loosening requirements they said had slowed their response to the opioid crisis. But legal experts said HHS lacked authority to issue the guidelines.
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The Oceans Melting Greenland mission carried out depth and salinity measurements of Greenland's fjords by boat and aircraft. (NASA)
Champ and Major Biden have moved into the White House.
Portman’s exit follows the planned departure of Sen. Patrick J. Toomey, a Republican from neighboring Pennsylvania.
The Trump White House delayed the plan to replace President Andrew Jackson.
A standoff in the Senate. How essential grocery workers are faring almost a year into the coronavirus pandemic. And, why vaccine rollout has been so slow in France.
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The Russian president dismissed Navalny’s video investigation, which has been viewed more than 87 million times, as “boring” and said the weekend protests were “dangerous.”
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Ten years ago, the Arab world erupted in jubilant revolt against its dictatorial regimes. Today, the hopes awakened by the protests have vanished — but the underlying conditions that drove the unrest are as acute as ever.
Ryu Hyun-woo, one of the highest-level regime officials to defect in recent years, has been living in South Korea since 2019.
Hundreds of millions of full-time jobs disappeared last year because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a report by the International Labor Organization. But the wealthiest people got even richer, according to Oxfam.
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Double-digit amounts are predicted in Omaha and Des Moines.
(Justin L. Mack/AP)
A boy who was also wounded is expected to survive. Authorities said they have determined the attack was “targeted" but declined to provide more detail about a motive.
Jurisdictions across the Washington area are struggling to meet demand while distributing doses equitably.
(Video: Allie Caren and Matthew Cappucci/The Post)
Winter weather advisories have been issued for locations north and west of Washington.
The city’s Office of Planning is urging residents and city leaders to engage in a federal review process.
Maryland’s Republican governor says he’s being urged to seek the presidency in 2024 — and strategists say he could have a chance.
Twitter's Birdwatch pilot lets selected users write corrections and fact checks on potentially misleading tweets.
The order reflects in part the shifting consensus in American politics away from free trade.
Short sellers covering their bets, and intense interest from day traders have powered GameStop's frenzied rise. (Gabriela Bhaskar/Bloomberg News)
The sole-source deals signed by Michael Pack may have violated federal contracting regulations, insiders say.
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