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Acting on an outstanding Turkish warrant, French authorities detained Khalid Aedh al-Otaibi on Tuesday morning at Charles de Gaulle Airport.
RetropolisThe Past, Rediscovered
After the attack, a Pan Am flying boat was diverted to avoid capture and endured a 30,000-mile journey home.
In the middle of the 19th century, hundreds of thousands of new Americans found homes in buildings such as this one, preserved as a museum so visitors can learn about one of the most consequential migrations in human history.
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The committee had said last week that Trump’s former chief of staff had produced records and would soon appear for an initial deposition.
Bruce's Beach in Manhattan Beach, Calif., was ordered returned to the family that owned the land before the city used eminent domain to seize it in 1924. (Allison Zaucha for The Post)
Would the Bruce’s Beach case be a one-off, or a tipping point in a national struggle over Black land ownership, as activists eye White-owned properties around the country they say rightfully belong to African Americans?
David Perdue’s decision to challenge incumbent Brian Kemp keeps at the forefront Trump’s false claims that the 2020 vote was stolen.
An unrelated sexual misconduct claim may have only hastened the network’s decision to dismiss its star anchor for crossing ethical lines to help his brother.
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Manatees feed at a care center in Tampa. (AFP/Getty Images)
More than 1,000 Florida manatees — about 15 percent of the state’s population — have died this year, many from starvation as their food sources disappear.
A healthy snowpack this winter could help replenish water levels during the spring melt season but, if snowpack is limited, deficits will deepen.
The U.S. climate envoy said no government in the world can fund clean energy at the scale necessary to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius, but the private sector could help fill that gap in investment.
Ed Hatz of Lakewood, Calif., poses as Santa at the 84th annual Charles W. Howard Santa Claus School in Midland, Mich.
For those who don’t play video games, buying a gift for a gamer can be a risky proposition. While everyone may want one of the new-generation consoles, we’re going to focus on some less expensive, easier to find ideas.
For many who spent more than $800 on the calendar, opening the doors resulted in limited luxuries and a lot of disappointment.
With high unemployment and a record contraction in the economy during the pandemic, many families in India can scarcely afford three meals a day.
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“Halo Infinite” hasn’t even officially released yet, but its esports circuit has hosted a series of open competitions for hundreds of teams vying for a spot to compete in the game’s first major tournament later this month.
The proposed map — which would move Navy Yard to Ward 8 and neighborhoods bordering the Anacostia to Ward 7 — will require two votes by the council this month.
Members of a white supremacist group march down the Mall on Dec. 4. (Robert Miller/The Post)
Last weekend’s small march and the attention it generated, experts said, displayed the ways hate groups use the nation’s capital as a backdrop for propaganda materials and manipulate social media to their advantage.
Commissioner Don Garber announced that the league will require clubs to include at least two non-White finalists for coaching and other technical jobs.
MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred addressed reporters Thursday during the first day of baseball’s lockout. (AP)
In baseball's labor conflict, there's no reason for fans to feel conflicted. The sport’s players deserve as much as they can get.
Best of 2021
"Bo Burnham: Inside" and "Reservation Dogs" are among our TV critic's top picks for the year. (Joanne Lee/The Washington Post; Netflix; FX; iStock)
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The best TV shows of the year proved there’s never been a better time to be “Inside” (with Bo Burnham) or discover untold LGBTQ stories.
A bristling alienation can still be heard, but opening band Bed Maker delivered a stronger example.
The Tenement Museum in New York shows how the lives of immigrants were affected by disease, public health, and housing laws.