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The second Catholic president, like the leader of the Catholic church, is striving to move conservative institutions in a more liberal direction after rising to leadership late in life.
The United States and other countries are concerned that Afghanistan could again become a haven for militants seeking to carry out international attacks if the Taliban can't contain them.
Ruth and James Jones pose for a portrait with grandchildren Ayricah Clark, 10, and Nilique Jones, 17, near their home in Charleston, W.Va. (Lexi Browning for The Post)
Manchin reportedly supports new requirements for the expanded child tax credit that would likely end the benefit for thousands of families in his state.
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Students in Howard's royal homecoming court smile and wave during halftime of a Howard-Norfolk State game. (Candace Buckner/The Post)
The pageantry of Howard University's biggest day of the fall was balanced by students protesting housing conditions at the most prestigious historically Black university in the country.
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Día de los Muertos returns to the Wharf, and the 17th Street High Heel Race celebrates its 34th edition.
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