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The president said Thursday that the United States would not accept any movement of Russian forces into Ukraine as the White House sought to clarify Biden’s remarks at a news conference Wednesday.
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis said the move is necessary to compel some witnesses to testify.
After waiting two months for an operating slot, Robert DeMoss’s neck surgery was postponed indefinitely last week. (Amy Lynn Powell for The Post)
Doctors and patients described frustration over delayed surgeries, overflowing emergency rooms and hospital beds taken out of service amid staff shortages.
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Îl Ronde, the oval island at center, comprises seven acres and sits in the Prairies River, directly across from an island called Île Verte. (Claude Duchaîne)
The pristine seven-acre island is nestled between two of Quebec’s major cities, Montreal and Laval.
(Alexis Rosenfeld/UNESCO)
The unusually deep coral reef has escaped the climate change damage that has hit shallower reefs worldwide.
China’s effort to cast itself as a global leader on sustainability and climate change is difficult to square with the country’s broader environmental challenges.
The Republican governor’s plan ramps up construction projects and gives retirees and working families a tax break, but it leaves out money for high-poverty schools.
The Loudoun County School Board holds a meeting in August 2021. (Ricky Carioti/The Post)
The ruling is a blow to the vocal group of Loudoun parents who have been pushing to reverse steps Loudoun officials took to address long-standing racial disparities in educational achievement and what a state investigation concluded was a widespread culture of racist harassment in the school system.
According to a 2020 report from AARP and the National Alliance for Caregiving, approximately 48 million Americans are caring for someone over the age of 18. About half of all caregivers used at least one piece of technology or software to assist with their responsibilities.
A husband is letting his spouse decide whether they have another child, and the spouse is concerned about the implications of that.
Reader's wife scolded them for reading a magazine while out with friends who were passing the time on their smartphones. Is it really any different?