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Simmering strife could defer indefinitely solutions to the other problems the country is facing — from a lack of fuel for power stations to the slide in the value of the currency that has gutted the finances of Lebanon’s once relatively prosperous citizens.
Advocates and some Democrats fear President Biden is missing the urgency of the threat.
The West Virginia Democrat has expressed fierce opposition to the Clean Electricity Performance Program.
(Ana Jarén for The Washington Post)
They’re out there: fugitives from an Upper Marlboro farm where, officials say, they made a break for it in late August, defying their owner and evading animal-control officials for weeks. One of the zebras has died. Two remain at large. How hard could it be to find them?
Gaige Grosskreutz filed the lawsuit just weeks before Rittenhouse’s murder trial is set to begin.
Christina Nance had been missing for 12 days when a police officer saw a pair of shoes next to a prisoner-transport van at the Huntsville, Ala., public safety complex. Inside, the 29-year-old Black woman lay dead.
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A massive glacier at Denali National Park has shut down the tourist season early and could threaten Alaska's economy.
On Sunday, he is hosting a kind of Oscars awards and broadcast — for an audience into green hydrogen energy, coral reef restoration and using insects in compost toilets.
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