Democracy Dies in Darkness
At the start of the pandemic, federal turf wars put the overseas evacuees, federal officials and even U.S. communities at risk, the Government Accountability Office concluded in a report requested by Congress and released Monday.
Scientists say the successful test of the 4-pound helicopter could eventually help the space agency more quickly roam across Mars as it looks for signs of ancient life.
How Indiana gun laws failed to prevent a mass shooting last week. And conflicting views on Brexit spur violence in Northern Ireland.
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Some countries were struggling to speed up immunization drives when news of rare side effects associated with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine first emerged.
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President Biden boards Marine One on Friday. (Demetrius Freeman/The Post)
The FixAnalysis
It's not unusual for a president to be popular this early. What is unusual is that his chief initiatives are often more popular than he is.
The Democratic House majority is narrow and likely to fall in 2022.
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He asserted that a majority of gun owners supported enhanced background checks and an assault-weapons ban. He was half right.
Weatherhead, chosen to steer the government’s National Climate Assessment, has been reassigned to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The CDC memo authorizes agencies to implement testing both to screen employees and diagnose possible infections.
How the president is pursuing his agenda.
President Biden’s transition has been slower than previous ones. 
The United States and Iran are moving toward accepting simultaneous, sequential steps that would bring them both back into compliance with the 2015 nuclear accord, officials involved in the talks said.
The image symbolized what so many people have had to face: grieving alone in the face of a health crisis.
A deserted classroom at a school in Nigeria in February. (AFP/Getty Images)
Teachers and students at 10 schools in northern Nigeria say they have little protection from gunmen. Classrooms have started to empty.
Both countries have now expelled several of each other’s diplomats after the Czech Republic linked two Russian spies to a 2014 attack on a munitions depot that killed two civilians.
The storm went from Category 2 to Category 5 in a day, its peak winds catapulting to 190 mph.
Parler was booted from the App Store after the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Apple told Parler last week that the proposed new version of its app with more stringent moderation policies would be approved when it relaunches.
A Peloton treadmill on display at a 2018 consumer electronics show in Las Vegas. (Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
Peloton’s Tread+ treadmill has been tied to 39 incidents involving children, objects and one pet being trapped under the machine.
A key factor in the shortage is a culture of hiring requirements that many experts agree don't reflect what's needed for entry-level employees. Those excessive requirements can deter people who are qualified from applying.
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Washington Football Team Coach Ron Rivera isn't revealing much about his draft plans. (Jonathan Newton/The Post)
The 2017 Heisman Trophy runner-up never regained his form after tearing his right ACL on the last play of his college career. He has yet to appear in an NFL game.
The Golden State Warriors’ two-time MVP has been on a tear and would be a nightmare in a one-and-done scenario.