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John Kerry, the climate envoy, sees an improved U.S.-China relationship as key to progress on climate. National security adviser Jake Sullivan is skeptical.
Some of the Facebook CEO’s previously unreported decisions demonstrate his relentless determination to ensure the company’s dominance, even at the expense of his stated values, according to interviews with former employees.
Haugen testified before members of the British Parliament about the trove of tens of thousands of documents she says show how Facebook has tracked real-world damage it helped exacerbate.
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Up to a half-foot of rain fell at low elevations and over a foot in the mountains. At the highest elevations of the northern Sierra Nevada, multiple feet of snow fell, a crucial addition to water resources in the drought-plagued region.
Basic income programs are rapidly spreading across the country as critics raise concerns about record job openings.
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The military coup could be the end of a democratic transition fought for by the millions of Sudanese who marched in the streets for the overthrow of longtime dictator Omar Hassan al-Bashir in 2019.
Bob Ackley stops along a sidewalk in Cambridge, Mass., as he tests for gas leaks using specialized equipment. (Lauren Justice for The Post)
New research shows that methane emissions in the Boston area were up to six times higher than reported. That could make the greenhouse impact of natural gas “equivalent to coal.”
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Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin’s trip to the region renewed focus on the volatile front between Russia and the West, but so far the Biden administration has offered no new strategies for contending with Moscow’s mounting aggression.
Children under 18 will not have to show proof of vaccination but will be required to show proof of a negative coronavirus test, according to rules outlined Monday by the Biden administration.
A boy packs pomegranates at a farm in Kandahar, Afghanistan, on Monday. (EPA-EFE/Shutterstock)
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Alan Perkins poses in front of his home in Olmsted Falls, Ohio. (Angelo Merendino for The Post)
Are gigantic skeletons just part of life now? How much longer can the arms race continue? What does this es-skell-ation mean for 2022?
A spouse needing care and 'incapable of physical intimacy' leaves a letter-writer struggling with feelings of emptiness and resentment.
Husband continually opening cards in couples’ names worries his spouse.
Some seem to want to be contradicted while others do not. But it’s not easy to tell the difference.
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