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The plan is part of a change in tack by the White House in recent days as the delta variant has spread markedly through parts of the United States, particularly among unvaccinated Americans.
The agency advised that people who live in high-transmission communities wear masks in indoor public spaces, even if they’ve been vaccinated.
Whereas vaccinated U.S. tourists have been allowed to return to much of Europe for weeks, most Europeans continue to be unable to travel to the United States.
Four police officers testified about the physical and verbal abuse they endured defending the Capitol on Jan. 6 from a mob of supporters of President Donald Trump, as a House select committee held its first hearing on the insurrection.
Plagued by a chronic illness, Rachel Hinken had to decide: What does she value more, her income or her well-being?
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Nicole Heavirland of the United States tries to get past Ruby Tui of New Zealand during the Women’s Cup Semifinal match in 2019. (Christopher Pike/Getty Images)
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The growth of women’s rugby made it possible to get the sport back in the Olympics.


Number of gold, silver, and bronze medals earned by each participating country
RankCountryGold Medals ReceivedSilver Medals ReceivedBronze Medals ReceivedTotal Medals Received
1United States98825
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Judges historically have given governments and private companies wide latitude to mandate vaccines. Now, at least two courts have reaffirmed those broad powers.
The former hedge fund manager forfeited the only copy of “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin” to federal prosecutors after his 2018 sentencing.
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American gymnast Simone Biles withdrew from her final Olympics team competition in Tokyo on Tuesday, which ultimately lead to Team USA taking silver.
Republican members of the House of Delegates complained about being shut out of the process to allocate some $4.3 billion in federal money dedicated to Virginia.
A widow moved out of her home after her husband died. Then strangers moved in.
Berta Bonilla’s monthly water and sewage bills have ranged as high as $790. (Sarah L. Voisin/The Post)
After three years of disputes, residents of a mobile-home park in Germantown, Md., have filed a lawsuit against the land owner and operator.
States that scaled back unemployment aid have seen a decline in teen employment and an increase in workers over 25, early evidence has found.
A Target store in Vernon Hills, Ill., in May. (AP)
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Ovechkin, who turns 36 in September, had repeatedly expressed his desire to stay with the only NHL team with which he has played.
As Texas and Oklahoma move on from the Big 12, the names change but the bottom line remains the bottom line.
The Nationals have lost five straight games to fall nine behind the Mets. (Getty Images)
Andrew McCutchen’s three-run home run off Brad Hand sent the Nationals to another gutting loss Monday in Philadelphia.
Rookie quarterbacks, Urban Meyer’s debut and the new-look Patriots are among the stories to watch as training camps open this week.
Brenden Dillon, with three years left on his four-year deal with an average annual value of $3.9 million, was sent to Winnipeg.