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A Colorado restaurateur and his community relied on each other through the tragic upheavals of 2020. What emerged was a gutsy reinvention — that's not yet finished.
Fanne Foxe ran from the car of a powerful congressman and dove into the Tidal Basin in 1974, generating a splash that would ripple into a political cause celebre.
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The emergency order covers Boeing 777s with Pratt & Whitney engines flown by United Airlines, which had already voluntarily grounded 24 of the jets after two broken fan blades sent hunks of metal into the body of one of its planes — as well as into yards, a home, a truck and a soccer field below.
South Dakota Gov. Kristi L. Noem (R) called for Jason Ravnsborg’s resignation as a bipartisan group of lawmakers introduced articles of impeachment.
Jasper Swartz, 16, of Takoma Park, Md., identifies as nonbinary and uses they/them pronouns. (Bonnie Jo Mount/The Post)
At a time when the majority of Americans support gay rights, more than half a decade after the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage, it’s clear that a growing percentage of the U.S. population identifies as LGBT, Gallup researchers said.
This Black History Month, as history struggles to keep up with current events, we can remember how we got here as we keep our eyes on the future.
Mayor Muriel E. Bowser declared Wednesday a citywide day of remembrance and urged houses of worship to honor the memory of residents who had died.
This year’s race is more crowded than any other in modern history, perhaps ever.
The mobile testing lab will also process tests from American, Catholic and Marymount universities. (Jahi Chikwendiu/The Post)
The mobile testing lab, housed at Gallaudet University, can process 50,000 tests a week.
Schmidt said China is only one or two years behind the United States in artificial intelligence, and already ahead in facial recognition.
California can begin enforcing its first-in-the-nation net neutrality law after a federal judge ruled against broadband providers that had sought to scuttle the open-internet safeguards.
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The company would be the first to operate a satellite fleet in order to improve its own forecasts.
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