Twitter hid Trump’s tweet for ‘glorifying violence.’ The White House reposted it.

The social media company took the unprecedented step of limiting the public’s ability to view the tweets.

CNN reporter and crew arrested live on air

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz apologized and called the incident "totally unacceptable."

Amid coronavirus concerns, dentists face a fraught road to reopening

The proximity to patients and the cost of stepped-up protections test dental practices.
Filippo, 7, stayed at the Hotel Michelangelo with his mother this month after he tested positive for the coronavirus. (Alberto Bernasconi)
Filippo, 7, stayed at the Hotel Michelangelo with his mother this month after he tested positive for the coronavirus. (Alberto Bernasconi)

Four-star quarantine: At a Milan hotel, guests don’t get room keys

The Hotel Michelangelo is dedicated to keeping people apart.

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Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala D. Harris (D-Calif.) take part in the Democratic presidential primary debate in Detroit last July. (Paul Sancya/AP)

Racial tragedies stoke pressure on Joe Biden to pick a nonwhite running mate

The former vice president has pledged to select a woman. Activists say the times demand a woman of color.

Judge’s actions in Flynn’s case raise novel questions about the limits of judicial power

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Taylor Swift to President Trump: ‘We will vote you out in November’

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Visitors walk along the Las Vegas Strip during the Democratic presidential caucuses in February. (Melina Mara/The Post)
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Mailing of ballots to all Las Vegas-area voters puts sharp focus on election safeguards

Republicans have seized on accounts of what appeared to be unattended or discarded ballots as proof that the practice opens the door to election fraud.
Anti-government demonstrators scuffle with police during a protest as a second reading of a controversial law takes place in Hong Kong on Wednesday. (Reuters)
Anti-government demonstrators scuffle with police during a protest as a second reading of a controversial law takes place in Hong Kong on Wednesday. (Reuters)
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Hong Kong was a global crossroads. Now it’s a fault line.

The financial hub is turning into the center of a new global divide, but there’s no indication that Beijing is cowed by the international backlash.

China vows to ‘smash’ any Taiwan independence move

The democratic island has offered support to the people of Hong Kong as Beijing prepares a national security law that would dismantle the financial hub’s autonomy.

EPA opts not to delay Alaska mine for now

A top official at the Environmental Protection Agency informed the U.S. Corps of Engineers in Alaska that the EPA would not formally object to the Corps moving ahead with a permit for the Pebble Mine, which could affect the world’s largest sockeye salmon fishery.
Police in Midland, Tex., pulled over Tye Anders, 21, on May 16 for allegedly failing to stop at a stop sign. (City of Midland/Justin A. Moore)

Police pointed guns at a man and his grandmother, video shows. They claim he ran a stop sign.

Tye Anders, 21, is facing a felony charge for evading after he allegedly failed to stop and refused orders to walk toward officers who had their guns drawn.

White House, Congress discuss ‘return to work’ bonus of $450 a week

Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) has proposed paying people who return to work this summer an extra $450 a week. President Trump likes the idea.

U.S. stocks turn lower as investors await word of China from Trump

President Trump is set to outline measures against China on Friday, as the political fallout over the novel coronavirus spurs a broader power struggle between Beijing and Washington on trade, finance and the fate of Hong Kong.
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A pedestrian in Buenos Aires walks past posters on the street that read "No to the payment of the debt. Break with the IMF" on Wednesday. (Agustin Marcarian/Reuters)
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Argentina is on the verge of defaulting on its debt again

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The 2020 NBA Finals, originally slated for this week, could have featured Giannis Antetokounmpo, left, and LeBron James. (Mark J. Terrill/AP)
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The NBA Finals were set to be a world’s stage before the world was put on tilt

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Nadal (the horse) retires. Fans of Nadal (the tennis player) freak out.

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Coronavirus has infected 100,000 people in D.C., Md. and Va.

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D.C. cuts speed limit to 20 mph as Bowser tries to curb pedestrian deaths

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Steve Carell plays decorated Air Force Gen. Mark Naird, who is chosen to lead the new United States Space Force, in “Space Force.” (Aaron Epstein/Netflix)
Steve Carell plays decorated Air Force Gen. Mark Naird, who is chosen to lead the new United States Space Force, in “Space Force.” (Aaron Epstein/Netflix)
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This joyful ‘Hairspray’ video raises the roof. Even better, it raises money for entertainers in need.

Through collaborations like “You Can’t Stop the Beat,” the Actors Fund has amassed more than $27 million in aid.
Delaney Thayer serves drinks at Centro Cocina Mexicana restaurant in Sacramento. (Rich Pedroncelli/AP)
Delaney Thayer serves drinks at Centro Cocina Mexicana restaurant in Sacramento. (Rich Pedroncelli/AP)

As restaurants reopen, here’s what to know about air conditioning, air flow and the coronavirus

Air conditioning is unlikely to spread the coronavirus — but eating outdoors is safest.
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