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The Mississippi law would ban almost all abortions after 15 weeks, but a district judge and a panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit said that clashes with Supreme Court precedents.
Biden administration officials say 88 percent of all American children are slated to receive new monthly payments, with no action needed.
“I feel like ‘diversity,’ ‘inclusion’ are just words being thrown around right now,” Kiara Marshall said. “I want to see not only the models being diverse; I want the whole team to be diverse.”
Fashion models are no longer the embodiment of exclusivity. They are, instead, a reflection of the mundane and the gloriously imperfect.
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Saturday Night Live tackled the latest CDC mask guidance for vaccinated Americans and Rep. Liz Cheney’s (R-Wyo.) public ouster from leadership May 15.
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People protest in support of Palestinians in Brooklyn on Saturday. (Getty Images)
The equivalent of a Category 3 or 4 hurricane, it could be the strongest storm to hit the region since 1998.
The incident occurred Sunday night during prayers held in an unfinished synagogue with no occupancy permit.
The fear of bearing children in another outbreak is starting to show in the country’s declining birthrates, a professor says.
India’s vaccine program is being hobbled by supply shortages and an abrupt shift in procurement policy.
Jane Hassebroek receives a Shake Shack order with free fries after getting a shot of coronavirus vaccine in New York on Friday. (Reuters)
Officials want to crush the coronavirus pandemic and get the economy fully reopened, but they face vaccine hesitancy.
Gov. Henry McMaster has signed into law a bill that forces death row inmates to choose between the electric chair or a newly formed firing squad in hopes the state can restart executions after an involuntary 10-year pause
Members of a mob urinated on the front porch and swung a metal bar at a flagpole displaying the pride flag, the resident adviser said.
Thunderstorms could bring flash flooding through midweek in Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas.
Lawyers refute allegation they failed to turn over evidence that led to questions about credibility of key witness in the 2010 trial.
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Gas shortages across southeastern states were slowly improving in the aftermath of a cyberattack that forced Colonial Pipeline offline last week. 
At Bubbie's Plant Burgers, Margaux Riccio and Shaun Sharkey have become more than a great working team. They're innovators in plant-based dining.
The co-founders of the Park View exhibition space — named But, Also — are trying to make art more accessible.
The Point Crab House near Annapolis offers crab-everything: steamed, in soup, on toast and in cakes
Cryptocurrency’s extraordinary run has attracted hordes of new investors, drawn by the potential for huge profits and a culture soaked in humor and risk-taking.
The Electronic Frontier Act is designed to help the United States compete with China.
A couple in Tampa fills gas containers at a Wawa station last week. (Reuters)
Panicked drivers rushing to fill their tanks are driving unnecessary scarcity, experts said.
The deadline to file your federal taxes is Monday. And, your tax return could determine the amount you're owed.
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New Frederick Keys General Manager Andrew Klein poses with the team's mascot. (Katherine Frey/The Post)
Even though the Baltimore Orioles ended its affiliation with the team, the Keys are swinging this summer as part of the new MLB Draft League.
Soto's had trouble elevating the ball in recent games. He thinks the fix is simple.
Over the final days of a chaotic NBA regular season, players described to The Washington Post an experience packed with a lot of basketball but little joy.