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The emerging conservative campaign divided GOP lawmakers, enraged congressional Democrats and threatened to unravel days of delicate bipartisan talks just three days before a current federal spending agreement is set to expire.
Then-President Donald Trump departs the White House with then-chief of staff Mark Meadows on Oct. 21, 2020. (Amanda Voisard for The Post)
Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows revealed the previously undisclosed test in a new book. In addition to attending the debate, Trump participated in a number of other events after his positive diagnosis, potentially putting dozens of other people at risk.
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Plastic and other debris is seen on the beach on Midway Atoll in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands in 2019. (AP)
The National Academy of Sciences revealed the U.S. role in the “deluge” of plastic littering the world’s oceans in a congressionally mandated report.
Categorizing heat waves could help communities better prepare and reduce deaths.
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The two-term governor’s opposition to Trump has put him at odds with his party, and in a parting shot the former president said Baker “shouldn’t even be considered a Republican.”
General Motors workers connect a battery pack for a Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle at Orion Assembly in Michigan. (Reuters)
A battle is brewing in the Senate over another key climate provision in Democrats' roughly $2 trillion social spending bill: a tax credit for union-made electric vehicles.
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The completion of the last major element of the multibillion Silver Line rail project means passenger service to Dulles International Airport could begin next year.
Visitors chat with an artist at the Torpedo Factory Art Center in Alexandria, Va., on Nov. 20. (Allison Shelley for The Post)
The 102-year-old building is home to working studio space for dozens of artists. But the city-owned building is in dire need of repairs, and officials want to fund renovations and bring in more local visitors.
The success and health of Scherzer, along with that of fellow ace Jacob deGrom, will be a key part the Mets’ renewed push to take back the National League East from Atlanta, which has won it for four straight seasons.
Another clash between the players’ union and MLB is looming. Here’s what you need to know.
Brian Kelly, center, is introduced as the head football coach of the LSU Tigers on Wednesday in Baton Rouge, La. (Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images)
An infusion of money and madness has college football coaches changing marquee jobs like never before.
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