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Republican leaders argue that requiring the shots violates personal freedoms, but experts say mass vaccinations have not worked historically without mandates.
Many on health care’s front lines say they’re baffled that there is still even a debate over whether to get vaccinated or wear a mask in public.
Thomas Renz speaks at the Bards Fest in the St. Louis area on Aug. 27. (Jon Swaine/The Post)
Thomas Renz, once a little-known attorney in Ohio with limited litigation experience, boosted his profile with lawsuits challenging coronavirus vaccines.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has insisted Republicans will not answer pleas from the Biden administration to help increase or suspend the debt ceiling.
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A cyclist passes the site of the upcoming climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland. (Getty Images)
The presidents and prime ministers gathering at the United Nations this week have six weeks to go until a crucial global climate summit in Scotland.
Don’t assume native plants are the solution, but do choose native grasses, and be smart about how you water, experts say.
A handful of former Manchin aides now spend much of their time advising clients on how Manchin thinks and, in some cases, lobbying his office.
Trump Organization chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg, center, appeared in court Sept. 20. (AP)
Allen Weisselberg appeared with his attorneys in New York Supreme Court on Monday for the first time since his July arrest.
Syrian and Iraqi women are seen near the market in al-Hol, a camp housing displaced people in Hasakah province in northeast Syria. (Nicole Tung for The Post)
Since January, more than 70 people have been killed inside northeast Syria’s al-Hol camp as fanatics enforce strictures and settle scores. The killings have taken on a creeping sense of inevitability, guards say, and no one admits to hearing them, let alone knowing who is responsible.
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Tech giants have quietly acquired hundreds of companies over the years without much scrutiny. A new study from the Federal Trade Commission is a step toward changing that.
Ross was named Edelman’s chief executive of U.S. operations in April, making her the first Black woman to lead a major public relations firm.
Foraging is “like the adult Easter egg hunt, just going out and finding something. It’s very primal.”
The next few weekends are packed with fall festivals. Here are some of the best.
When car drivers are not aware of the speed of electric bikes, it can lead to accidents. (iStock)
Sales of electric bikes are up. But riders of the fast, heavy bicycles need to watch out for pedestrians and other cyclists on the trail, and for cars on the road.
A writer shows concern on the outside but inside feels mostly impatience for boyfriend's minor problems and complaints.
Husband won’t address child with new name, pronouns. Wife contemplates divorce over his inability to accept them.
Reader was asked to comment on relative’s statement but didn’t want to.