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The House’s effort to help the poor in 12 states afford health-care plans faces an uncertain fate in Senate.
The president spoke to reporters at the White House a day after a video call with the Russian leader in which he warned against an invasion.
After his son’s suicide and the attack on the Capitol, the Maryland congressman found a renewed sense of mission.
The new White House plan would tackle climate change through the power of government purchasing, but the approach faces logistical and political challenges.
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The announcement came almost 30 hours after French authorities detained a suspect at Charles De Gaulle Airport in Paris.
Djohariah Singer sees her fight with cancer more as a dance than a war. “My life is going to be how do I live with cancer,” she said. “And the more I can learn to dance with this, the more gracefully I dance with it, the longer I will live.”
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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.
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.
Pastor Craig Duke and drag queen Eureka O'Hara perform. (HBO)
Pastor Craig Duke requested a transfer from Newburgh United Methodist Church in Indiana after he received emails from constituents about his appearance in drag on HBO's "We're Here."
A safety commission said Metro found the same issue afflicting its 7000-series rail cars on a 6000-series car.
An affidavit says the woman, now an adult, met the officer in 2005 when she interviewed him at a police station for a school project.
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.