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It could be months before the World Trade Organization agrees to temporarily waive patent protections and years before countries can produce the vaccines, experts say. 
The president predicted that his election would lead the GOP to become more conciliatory. These days, he says Republicans are “further away” than he thought.
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Coronavirus cases are skyrocketing in Nepal, raising concerns about the safety of climbers and locals summiting the world’s tallest mountain.
Even in a city accustomed to police violence, the death toll was shocking.
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Disney has taken steps toward inclusivity at its theme parks. But these changes aren’t taking place without pushback. 
Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) has sought to show that she is a reliable supporter of Donald Trump and devoted to his brand of populism.
Prosecutors allege that Brian Kolfage took hundreds of thousands of dollars from a border wall fundraising campaign and did not report it to the IRS.
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One adult and two children are hospitalized but in stable condition, and the shooter is in custody, officials said.
Residents across the island — some living as far as 10 miles away from Limetree Bay Refining’s operations — began reporting nausea and illness Wednesday after gaseous fumes started leaking from one of its oil refining units.
Anti-abortion advocates try to block the signs of abortion rights activists in front of the U.S. Supreme Court during the 2018 March for Life rally. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)
More than a dozen states have similar laws restricting abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
James Morris Balagia, known as “DWI Dude,” was sentenced to more than 15 years in prison for pocketing money that he falsely claimed would be bribes to officials for favorable treatment.
Joseph Mount faces five federal charges and is accused of lying to park officials, illegally doing business in the park and violating coronavirus restrictions and permit rules.
Officials in Virginia, Maryland and D.C. expect about 1 million young people to become eligible for a coronavirus vaccination as early as next week, when the two-dose Pfizer regimen for 12-to 15-year-olds could be federally authorized.
CEO William Flynn told Congress the technology is vastly more expensive and environmentally disruptive than conventional and high-speed rail.
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Like survivors in a lifeboat before any rescue is sighted, would spaces closed by the pandemic have different reactions to the possibility of doom? A photographer decided to find out.
The coronavirus pandemic continues to impact life in the region.
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Cool and relatively calm conditions persist through tonight. An inch or more of rain could fall late Friday in heavier showers or storms.
Virtual film festivals, streaming concerts and socially distanced events offer escapes during the coronavirus pandemic.
A photographer revisits some of his favorite clubs, which went dark during the pandemic and are waiting to reopen.
Restrictions around the area are being loosened. Smithsonian museums and the National Gallery of Art are reopening soon.
Expectations for a strong economic recovery could have some repercussions for financial stability.
The companies played whack-a-mole in the days following Donald Trump’s banning to temporarily suspend other accounts sharing his words. 
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Experts say Alden Global Capital’s bid to take over the Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun and other newspapers isn’t what it seems.
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Abrams’s latest book, “While Justice Sleeps,” stars a beautiful, brilliant, Black Yale Law School grad who, as she puts it, “has to sort of save the world.”
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Besides being at the helm of what was then the wealthiest and most populous nation on Earth, the Song Dynasty emperor was also a painter.
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