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Ray Gerish works on an oil rig drilling into the Bakken shale formation outside Watford City, N.D. (Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
The president is trying to square environmentalists’ demands to stop burning fossil fuels with labor leaders' desire for union jobs linked to oil and gas.
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Pope Francis addresses crowds Sunday in the ancient city of Mosul. (Video: Reuters; photo: AP)
Pope Francis addressed congregants on the site of a church once used as an Islamic State jail and later destroyed in a U.S.-led airstrike.
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The clerk’s lawyer said the suit is an attempt by the family to make it expensive to criticize them “even if the criticisms are true.”
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Cuomo faces criticism as new allegations emerge
Lawmakers and members of the media reacted to the allegations against New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo (D) on March 7.
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Rev. William J. Barber II at the National Cathedral last year. (Oliver Contreras for The Post)
Many young activists and Black leaders want Vice President Harris to be their champion inside a White House headed by a 78-year-old White man and his longtime advisers.
Full coverage of what the president is doing to enact his agenda.
Anger over rape accusations against the Senegalese opposition leader could intimidate other assault victims from speaking out.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe had been imprisoned after being convicted of plotting to overthrow Iran’s government, a charge that she, her supporters and rights groups deny.
Attendees show their “green passes” — proof of being vaccinated against the coronavirus — before a “green pass concert” for vaccinated seniors Friday in Tel Aviv. (Jack Guez/AFP/Getty Images)
Some countries worry preferential treatment for the vaccinated could exacerbate inequality within and between countries.
The idea is for people to send the free prepaid postcards to someone they miss.
The idea of releasing the water has infuriated Fukushima’s fishing community, as well as South Korea.
The former Methodist church in Linden, N.C., is now the worship and meeting home for a controversial whites-only group. (Eamon Queeney for The Post)
Natural solutions can help us meet this opportunity to address our aging infrastructure, climate change and social equity.
After Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) announced plans to rescind the statewide mask mandate, the tough choice to enforce public health guidance has fallen to business owners.
The acting police chief says he needs a larger force to help combat the new threat of domestic terrorism.
Officials say Gov. Larry Hogan is distracting from the key reasons so few Black residents have been vaccinated.
A cherry tree along the Tidal Basin on Tuesday. (Matt McClain/The Post)
As the pandemic rages on, D.C. and festival officials ask for the second year in a row that flower aficionados enjoy the blooms from home.
At either Spice Kraft, you’ll dine happily on lunch bowls, curry wraps and luscious lamb.
Mr. Davis, who died of complications from covid-19, wrote a two-hander that became a staple of community theater after premiering on Broadway in 1981.
These works, recommended by local authors and bookstore owners, remind us just how special Washington is.
Ben Simmons, left, and Joel Embiid will not play in Sunday night's NBA All-Star Game. (Tim Nwachukwu/Getty Images)
Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons, both members of the Philadelphia 76ers, have been in quarantine, as have all of the all-star game's players, since arriving Saturday in Atlanta via private aviation.