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The five-year truce would quell fears that the European Union and the United States could hit each other with tariffs on everything from French wine to Harley-Davidson motorcycles, as they did in recent years as part of the dispute, which targeted Boeing and Airbus.
The broad economy has yet to show signs of a serious worker shortage, economists say. But in some narrow pockets, from sawmills to psychologists’ offices, employers are raising wages significantly and seeing little response.
In Australia, mice are invading homes. They’re destroying crops. They’re chewing through appliances, sofas, cars — and livelihoods.
Even if a Senate-passed bill providing $52 billion in subsidies for the chip industry becomes law, the United States would still face stiff global competition to attract factories that make the cutting-edge technology.
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A suspect is in police custody after demonstrators pulled him from his vehicle following the crash late Sunday in Minneapolis, police said.
The legislation highlights growing support in both political parties to boost federal funding to bring more Americans online.
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The conversation and a vote among the church’s top clerics could have significant ramifications because it centers on one of the most intimate moments of Catholic worship.
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President Biden is making good on his campaign promises, announcing a new policy to ease restrictions for immigrants who are crime victims.
Contractors working for the Florida-based company Cyber Ninjas examine 2020 ballots at Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix last month. (AP)
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A House Republican lawmaker emailed constituents a mind-bending number for the cost of Biden's tax increases.
Stephen Hahn joins Flagship Pioneering, which launched Moderna a decade ago and made billions from its coronavirus vaccine.
The bloc’s leaders touted a pledge of 1 billion new doses. However, the WHO’s director general, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said that to vaccinate 70 percent of the world’s population by the next Group of Seven meeting, the world needs 11 billion doses.
The four members of the Murugappan family have been held for years at an immigration detention center on Christmas Island, an Australian outpost in the Indian Ocean.
A U.S. F-16 at Bagram air base in Afghanistan in 2017. (Max Bearak/The Post)
The policy may need to be revisited if the Taliban threatens key U.S. and allied diplomatic facilities in Kabul, one U.S. official said.
Mourners at a memorial for the 10 people killed in a mass shooting at a Boulder, Colo., grocery store in March. (Rachel Woolf for The Post)
In a fight over vaccinations in the courthouse, a South Dakota judge said U.S. Marshals “kidnapped” defendants to thwart him, and scheduled a trial for September.
With each cake pop and cup of Country Time lemonade sold, Makenzie Madsen’s younger sisters raise money for a nonprofit that helps recover organs for transplant.
While the move would mark another turning point in the transition out of the pandemic, it could also bring an end to provisions that have, for months, protected residents from some of the economic fallout of widespread lockdowns.
Police in Ocean City, Md., use a Taser on a teenager for allegedly violating the boardwalk ban on vaping. (The Post)
The incident, which was caught in viral videos, left four teenagers arrested, authorities said. But the videos left many critics questioning whether police needed to use such force over a vaping ordinance.
Power was knocked out to at least 2,000 homes and businesses in Northern Virginia, according to Dominion Energy figures. BGE reported about 8,000 customers lacked power early Tuesday.
The holdup is frustrating people who would like to see the administration move more quickly to nominate a Black economist to the Fed board.
The Plaza Hotel in Manhattan will reopen after being closed since March of last year due to the coronavirus pandemic. (Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)
How much would you pay to go to space with Jeff Bezos? For at least one person, the answer is $28 million, a sum that won a live auction Saturday.
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“I don’t think America intimately knows enough people like me. I would love America to see Black people, especially Black gay men as — and I hate this word — normal, and as human beings and as part of the culture.”
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As three-year engagement drags on, reader wants to set a date. Would a prenup help seal the deal?
Handing a stranger your cellphone to take your photo is risky business.
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The landmark paintings that brought millions to the National Portrait Gallery will also travel to Brooklyn, L.A., Atlanta and Houston.
Resistance to books that cast heroines with agency and hidden talents has declined, but only after a hard-fought battle.
The sports melodrama is loosely based on the true story of players from a Texas orphanage.
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His screen and stage roles captured the full spectrum of humanity and made him one of the most versatile performers of his generation.
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