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If one Democrat has a fever, breaks an ankle or takes a bad fall, the legislative process would come to a stop. Worse, Democrats are fully aware that a death could end their majority at any moment.
Some health experts say the pope’s trip to a country with fewer resources to manage the pandemic is risky.
A vehicle packed with at least 25 passengers collided with a tractor-trailer, according to hospital officials and the California Highway Patrol.
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How Novavax uses moth cells to create its coronavirus vaccine
Novavax, a biotech company out of Gaithersburg, Md., uses recombinant protein technology to create their coronavirus vaccine.
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Germany is entering what the press has dubbed a super election year with a series of state elections before federal elections in September which will mark and end to Chancellor Angela Merkel’s more than 15 years in power.
The independent commission has received more than 6,500 calls from people providing testimony on incidents over the past seven decades.
Members of South Korean K-pop band BTS pose for photographers in November. (AP)
The latest annual report on “Freedom in the World” by a major Washington pro-democracy organization provides grim reading.
The influence campaign by dozens of Saudi-based Twitter accounts sought to deflect responsibility for Jamal Khashoggi's killing from Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
Law enforcement at a Florida apartment complex where two agents were shot last month. (AP)
A combination of coronavirus precautions and existing immunity to the flu has nearly eradicated influenza infections and deaths in the United States.
Brian Myers said he had fallen to the floor, unable to move toward his cellphone, when he looked up to find Sadie standing over him, distressed.
Graham’s books made him one of the foremost U.S. commentators of the 1990s on race and class.
The alert was meant to be a test message and was not supposed to trigger a wireless emergency alert.
The new policy is intended to encourage local health departments, which focus on the highest-priority recipients, to make appointments for each available dose.
Maryland Sen. Dolores G. Kelley speaks during a meeting of the Legislative Black Caucus in Annapolis. (Doug Kapustin for The Post)
Republican lawmakers said some colleagues were uncomfortable with the language. So all 11 references to racism, past and present, were struck.