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Four police officers testified about the physical and verbal abuse they endured defending the Capitol on Jan. 6 from a mob of supporters of President Donald Trump, as a House select committee holds its first hearing on the insurrection.
The agency also recommended that all teachers, staff members and students in schools wear masks, regardless of vaccination status.
Tyce Yorke, 11, with his parents Tracie, left, and Shenan Yorke in their home in Hyattsville, Md., on June 30. (Marvin Joseph/The Post)
The migration from mainstream schooling has been fueled in part by concerns about racism.
Robert Aaron Long is accused of killing eight people across two counties. He faces four additional murder charges in Fulton County, where the prosecutor is seeking the death penalty.
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Lydia Jacoby poses with her gold medal. (Patrick B Kraemer/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock)
The Jacoby family from Seward, Alaska, planned to visit the Olympics as fans last year. This year, Lydia won a gold medal in swimming instead.


Number of gold, silver, and bronze medals earned by each participating country
RankCountryGold Medals ReceivedSilver Medals ReceivedBronze Medals ReceivedTotal Medals Received
1United States98825
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States that scaled back unemployment aid have seen a decline in teen employment and an increase in workers over 25, early evidence has found.
Texas state Rep. Jake Ellzey is a retired Air Force fighter pilot. (Jake Ellzey for Congress)
More than 30 million people could see highs above 100 degrees this week, while bouts of storminess soak the desert.
Police arrested an acquaintance of the victim at the site of the attack, and later his mother and father on charges of trying to hide evidence.
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American gymnast Simone Biles withdrew from her final Olympics team competition in Tokyo on Tuesday, which ultimately lead to Team USA taking silver.
The genial, low-key conservative served in the Senate for four terms and was chairman of two committees critical to domestic policy.
The warrant against Rep. Philip Cortez, who has returned to D.C., is only enforceable in Texas.
In a statement, the panel noted that the Ohio Democrat had paid a fine before her release and that no additional legal action was expected from the July 15 episode.
Kostis is released in 2019 after being treated at MOm's rescue center. (Panagiotis Dendrinos/MOm/Reuters)
Residents were warned to stay inside after the explosion shrouded Leverkusen with black smoke.
The outcome signaled a tough line by the courts in enforcing Beijing’s new rules on political speech.
Since the early months of the coronavirus pandemic, Greg Locke, the pastor at a Nashville-area church, has repeatedly called covid a hoax, undermined emergency mandates and refused to comply with guidance from public health officials.
Starting Thursday, hundreds of San Francisco bars will require patrons to show proof of vaccination or a negative coronavirus test. (Bloomberg)
The attack on the 80-year-old Boxer follows the Oakland City Council’s decision last month to cut the police department’s budget by about $18 million.
The Atlanta Police Department relieved the sergeant and officer of their duties.
A Target store in Vernon Hills, Ill., in May. (AP)
Remarks from the Federal Reserve chair, a GDP report and new inflation data may influence policymakers’ understanding of the economy’s health.
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Multiple employees said more than 50 workers plan to halt their work Wednesday at the video-game company.
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Ovechkin, who turns 36 in September, had repeatedly expressed his desire to stay with the only NHL team with which he has played.
As Texas and Oklahoma move on from the Big 12, the names change but the bottom line remains the bottom line.
The Nationals have lost five straight games to fall nine behind the Mets. (Getty Images)
Andrew McCutchen’s three-run home run off Brad Hand sent the Nationals to another gutting loss Monday in Philadelphia.
Rookie quarterbacks, Urban Meyer’s debut and the new-look Patriots are among the stories to watch as training camps open this week.
Brenden Dillon, with three years left on his four-year deal with an average annual value of $3.9 million, was sent to Winnipeg.