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At left, Audrey Elder, 8, and brother Kenneth Elder, 6, loved their semester in Alaska. At right, Inès Macaron stands in front of her French school during the first day of class. (Lyra Elder; Pia Decarsin)
For some families that took this most extreme of steps — switching counties, states or even countries in search of in-person schooling or sports amid the pandemic — the results surpassed their hopes, and they don’t want to let go.
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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II sits ahead of the Queen's Speech in the House of Lords Chamber during the State Opening of Parliament in London on Tuesday. (Pool/Reuters)
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The chair of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has privately warned that tax plans could hurt vulnerable incumbents.
Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) makes his way to the Senate floor on Monday. (Jabin Botsford/The Post)
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The queen’s speech isn’t a statement of the monarchy’s personal political views. It’s a speech prepared by the party in charge of Britain’s government, which right now is the Conservative Party.
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Medina Spirit, center, the winner of the 147th Kentucky Derby, peeks from his stall after arriving at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore on Monday. (Toni L. Sandys/The Post)
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