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The agency had posted guidelines suggesting the virus can transmit over a distance larger than six feet and that indoor ventilation is key to protection against its spread.
Kelly Williams is a nurse at Johns Hopkins Hospital. (Amanda Voisard for The Post)
The Trump administration has released a list of cities that face possible federal aid cuts. A similar approach over immigration policies has been blocked by the courts.
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Rattled investors weighed how the search for Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s successor could overshadow coronavirus stimulus talks, and the implications of a blockbuster report on global banks.
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The U.S. Open champion looks like a linebacker, talks like a scientist and is here to break golf.
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Sen. Tom Cotton has spoken about the Republicans' power. (Getty Images)
The Constitution provided the minority with a check. Republicans have turned it into a cudgel.
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Joe Biden says he would end the use of private prisons and increase funding for halfway housing. The president falsely says Biden would close the prison system.
It is the first time Joe Biden has held a cash advantage over the incumbent.
The president’s repeated remarks underscored his focus on the issue, which now takes center stage after the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
The number of coronavirus cases is doubling roughly every seven days, and new restrictions are expected.
The prime minister will lay out a plan for a Canada that is “healthier and safer, greener and more competitive.”
Elephants head for trees in Chobe National Park in Botswana. (Carolyn Van Houten/The Post)
In May and June, at least 330 elephants died in a small area, raising concerns about foul play.
The Trump administration plans to spell out how it intends to enforce U.N. sanctions against Iran that the international community says it has no right to reimpose because it withdrew from the 2015 nuclear deal. 
Among younger generations, there is less tolerance for claims of free expression as a cover for Islamophobia.
Activists, lawyers and some officers say the department lacks diversity, tolerates excessive force against minorities and systematically covers up bad police behavior.
The charges have renewed calls for Kentucky state Rep. Robert Goforth, a staunch Trump supporter who had previously been accused of sexual assault, to resign.
NOAA's rainfall forecast for Tropical Storm Beta. (NOAA/NHC)
Storm-surge flooding is even raising coastal water levels in southeastern Louisiana, in part because of the broad wind field, with tropical storm-force winds extending  175 miles from the storm’s center.
Some say the cause is not as important as the reality, while others worry human-affected climate change will make storms more intense and dangerous.
The 2020 Census has been challenging to conduct amid coronavirus-related delays and legal and legislative battles. But as the count enters its final weeks of a truncated schedule, it has been dealt an unforeseen and potentially critical blow.
Fourth-grade teacher Katharine Balog takes the temperature of Angelina Santoro before class starts at St. Jude Regional Catholic School. (Katherine Frey/The Washington Post)
When many other schools are remote, St. Jude Regional Catholic School in Montgomery County offers in-person classes five days a week. A number of private schools have plans to launch in-person instruction to some degree in coming weeks.
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Eight months after the countries signed a partial trade agreement that President Trump promised would be “transformative,” the U.S.-China relationship instead is mired in an escalating number of bitter disputes.
There’s agreement among three financial regulators that the Community Reinvestment Act should be revised to keep pace with online banking. But there’s disagreement over how to do so.
The move figures to significantly bolster Microsoft's Game Pass offerings ahead of the Series X console launch this November.
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The loss of the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg may also give Joe Biden trouble in implementing a plan to combat climate change.
In a study conducted by a company that helps health clubs manage their member experience, major methodology flaws probably skewed data in favor of gym safety, experts say.
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Doctors are urging people to get the annual flu vaccine to prevent a "twindemic" this fall and winter.
Insulin is the poster child for outrageous prescription prices, but patients are paying ever more to treat depression, asthma, HIV, cholesterol and more.
49ers defensive end Nick Bosa is taken off the field after being injured Sunday. (AP)
The 27-year-old overtook 21-year-old Matthew Wolff in a tournament that was delayed three months amid the coronavirus pandemic. 
Anthony Davis hit the "biggest shot" of his career for the Los Angeles Lakers, but will the superstar forward be universally embraced if he wins his first championship next month?
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg poses with her family at the court in 1993. (AP)
What looks like pretty scenery to us is a matter of deadly serious survival for trees.
“Water hammer” can be eliminated with arrestors that are easy to install.
Her mother died at 60, so she’d rather save less aggressively and spend a little more today.
He wants ex’s new spouse to be excluded from small family gatherings.
Reader agreed to be social media friend but doesn’t get any “likes.”
Actors’ Equity Association is endorsing Joe Biden and Kamala D. Harris. (AP)
The 2020 Emmy Awards went virtual, but that didn't stop "Schitt's Creek," "Watchmen" and "Succession" from dominating much of the show.
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In every way that counts, the 72nd Emmys looked a lot like all the Emmy nights that came before it.
The legal icon, who died Friday, was perhaps the most faithful patron of theater and opera in the upper echelons of officialdom.
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As diverse as Spanish genre fiction is, most of it is hidden from the English-language world. Thankfully, enthusiasts and small publishers are filling the void.
Cyclists ride along the Cherry Creek trail bike path in Denver. (Stephen Speranza for The Post)
Visitors can travel to the islands if they take a coronavirus test and test negative within 72 hours of their arrival in the state.
The package included a note: “You forgot something at Khao Yai National Park.”
Qantas said its flight that departs and arrives at the same airport sold out within 10 minutes. 
From orchards to haunted houses, experts weigh in on how to safely enjoy the best of the season wherever you travel.