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Researchers compiling the Global Health Security Index found insufficient capacity in every country, leaving the world vulnerable to future health emergencies.
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From beer to soft drinks, consumers will see beverage shortages on grocery shelves into next year.
This generation is carrying on the quaint custom of sending and receiving season’s greetings, with messages that range from sentimental to snarky.
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Hundreds of students showed up at the Christmas parade in Andrews, Tex., to honor band director Darin Johns and bus driver Marc Boswell. (Brad Tarpley)
Too much of our tech ultimately winds up in landfills. That's why two start-ups are trying to reshape the way we buy — and live with — our gadgets.
We want to hear how you creatively presented a gift that hadn’t arrived on time, or gave a digital present or experience in a thoughtful way.
Tigrayan refugees at Hamdeyat Transition Center near the Sudan-Ethiopia border in March. (AP)
The abduction of a Nairobi businessman in late November led to escalating concern in the Tigrayan community.
The British prime minister called allegations that he had intervened to help airlift dogs and cats from Afghanistan “complete nonsense.” But a lawmaker produced a letter from a top Johnson aide that “authorized” the evacuation.
The Israeli woman was stabbed from behind as she was walking with her children near the neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah.
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The lawmakers voted in favor of a plan to redraw the boundaries of the city’s wards, making the fast-growing Navy Yard neighborhood a part of the historically low-income Ward 8 and the easternmost section of Capitol Hill a part of Ward 7.
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Isabella Sanchez with her fifth-grade students at Garrison Elementary School in D.C. (Allison Shelley for The Post)
While educators in D.C. are more racially diverse than the national average, the city’s public and public charter schools have struggled to resolve a deficit of Latino teachers and male teachers of color.
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Tony and Susie Troxler with baby Lily in Greensboro, N.C., on Oct. 3. (Courtesy of Susie Troxler)
"Having her in our lives is really quite the miracle,” Susie Troxler said about her infant.
Their son’s wife is shy and distant. How can these in-laws build a better relationship with her?
Reader’s husband understands they can’t see his unvaccinated family, but says they also shouldn’t see reader’s vaccinated mother.
Reader helps callers with questions, but finds it hard to end unrelated conversation that follows.
Ann Dowd, John Lithgow and Kevin Hart play characters from “Diff'rent Strokes.” (ABC)
In ABC's latest "Live in Front of a Studio Audience" special, Jennifer Aniston, Jon Stewart and more A-listers reenacted episodes of two classic sitcoms.
The return of live music was the sweetest sound of the year, but it wasn’t the only high note.
In Japan’s official Oscar submission, two broken people find connection and healing.
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