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A Federal Reserve president said his main concern is that the longer inflation is high, the more likely it is that businesses and workers will alter their habits in the belief that it will stay that way.
The high court for the second time will be asked to put the law on hold while legal challenges to it continue.
The plea would set the stage for a trial focusing on whether Cruz, 23, will be sentenced to death.
David Amess of the Conservative Party was in Essex. Police have arrested a suspect.
With backing from a newly formed foundation and D.C.’s professional team, Takunda Rusike began a women’s rugby club at Howard University. Her efforts coincide with a broader push to make the sport more accessible to African Americans in the Washington region and more popular around the country.
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The attack in Kandahar comes a week after an Islamic State suicide bomber attacked a crowded mosque during Friday prayers in the northern city of Kunduz.
The indictment alleges that the officer reached out to the suspect on Facebook, identifying himself as “a capitol police officer who agrees with your political stance.”
Magic Johnson after the 1992 NBA All-Star Game. (Jon Soohoo/NBA Entertainment/Getty Images)
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A workover rig is used to help replug an abandoned well near Crane, Tex., in July. (AP)
Oil and gas wells that have been drilled and abandoned are at risk of leaking methane, a potent greenhouse gas that contributes to climate change.
Even as he has faced criticism for not moving quickly or boldly enough, the president has pursued swaths of his climate agenda.
The atmospheric and oceanic pattern will affect the West’s drought, the hurricane season and the winter and spring forecasts.
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Popes have a history of broaching uncomfortable and even divisive topics when they host presidents. President Biden’s Oct. 29 audience with Pope Francis will be no different.
The department lost its accreditation in May and recently came under fire for alleged policies in its crime lab’s quality-control system.
Demonstrators head toward the White House on Monday. (Eric Lee for The Post)
Protesters are demanding that President Biden stop approving fossil fuel projects and declare a national climate emergency at a time when scientists say the world must sharply cut greenhouse gas emissions.
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