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President Biden has played a central role in the unsuccessful efforts to enact significant firearms legislation amid thousands of mass shootings.
The findings shine a light on how denominational leaders for decades actively resisted calls for abuse prevention and reform.
As Cuba careens through its worst economic crisis in 30 years, milk is one of the most potent symbols of the country’s precarious state.
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A photo claiming to show armed Wagner mercenaries at a former French military base in Gossi, Mali, on April 20. The group's white skull emblem is visible on the soldier's vest. (French Armed Forces)
Documents, imagery and witness accounts point to a heightened Russian presence in Mali, where the military government is locked in a bloody war with extremists. Profits from the Wagner Group flow back to Moscow, helping prop up Vladimir Putin’s government at at time of growing economic isolation over its war in Ukraine.
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Christina Seal with her children, Kael Warmack, 12, left, and Cullen Warmack, 15, at their home in Slidell, La. (Emily Kask for The Post)
A Louisiana teacher is among millions of Americans forced to make hard choices because of rising costs.
The latest surge comes as most school systems have already relaxed covid mitigation policies, and school leaders say they don’t intend to restore them.
Rain amounted to almost an inch and a half in no more than two hours, and waters rose swiftly near creeks and streams and low-lying roads and streets.
A mounted northern snakehead on display at a store in Woolford, Md. (Ricky Carioti/The Post)
Twenty years after their discovery in Maryland, northern snakeheads are beloved by some anglers.