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Early research shows that 15 to 80 percent of people with certain medical conditions, such as specific blood cancers or organ transplants, are generating few antibodies after being vaccinated.
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With some transit agencies predicting lower ridership levels until 2024, a proposal aimed at serving the low-income passengers who relied most heavily on public transportation during the pandemic has gained steam.
Israel showed little sign of easing its campaign, despite growing international pressure.
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Suzy Eshkuntana, 6, is pulled to safety after Israeli airstrikes destroyed buildings in Gaza and left families trapped under rubble. (Reuters)
In a conflict defined by its asymmetry, the experience of those trapped in Gaza is indisputably worse than those in Israel.
The United Nations has warned that fuel, necessary for power generation, could be exhausted in days.
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Cars stalled Monday on a flooded Nelson Road in Lake Charles, La. (AP)
Lake Charles, La., ravaged by hurricanes in the fall, had its third wettest day on record Monday. More excessive rain is forecast.
A subpoena unsealed this week is the latest turn in a years-long legal beef between Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) and several Twitter accounts with names like “Devin Nunes’ Cow” and “Devin Nunes’ Mom.”
The announcement from the embattled school head follows the results of a faculty survey that exposed widespread dissatisfaction with his leadership.
Those who are fully vaccinated only need to wear a mask in places where it is required. The move brings the city in line with Virginia and Maryland, which had lifted their mandates last week.
People visit the Lincoln Memorial in Washington last week. (Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images)
Some members of Congress continue to insist that the mob attack of Jan. 6 was a “normal tourist visit,” not an insurrection.
Chicago Tribune appoints staffers Louisa Chu and Nick Kindelsperger as food critics to replace the retired Phil Vettel.
At Bubbie's Plant Burgers, Margaux Riccio and Shaun Sharkey have become more than a great working team. They're innovators in plant-based dining.
The co-founders of the Park View exhibition space — named But, Also — are trying to make art more accessible.
The move comes after Virginia passed tight new restrictions on the technology.
Juan Garivaldi, 19, gets his sister’s name added to a family tattoo. (Ted Richardson for The Post)
Body art artists say bookings are on the rise as Americans look for expressive and therapeutic outlets after a year marked by isolation and loss.
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D.C. Council Chairman Phil Mendelson, right, and Cora Masters Barry during the toasts at Barry's birthday party. (Ronald Gilbert Baker)
Cora Master Barry, Washington’s former first lady, celebrated her “75 Plus One.”
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