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The military exit will keep thousands of U.S. forces in Afghanistan beyond the May 1 deadline that the Trump administration negotiated last year with the Taliban, according to people familiar with the matter. 
Kim Potter, a 26-year police veteran, resigned from the Brooklyn Center Police Department after the death of Daunte Wright. Police Chief Tim Gannon followed suit soon after, announcing his own resignation. Community members and the mayor had called for Potter’s immediate termination. 
Police in the Minneapolis suburb fatally shot the 20-year-old unarmed Black man during a traffic stop.
Defense attorney Eric Nelson faces the complex and delicate task of cross-examining a deceased man’s drug abuse.
The agencies said they are reviewing data involving six reported U.S. cases of a rare and severe type of blood clot in individuals after receiving the J&J vaccine. 
The move puts Iran far closer to weapons-grade levels and comes after an attack on an enrichment facility that Iran blames on Israel. Talks to revive the nuclear deal with the United States were scheduled to resume Wednesday.
The casket of Officer William "Billy" Evans is carried up the steps of the Capitol as his wife and children look on. (Matt McClain/The Washington Post)
Evans was protecting members of Congress and others on Capitol Hill from a violent incursion and died in the line of duty.
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Minneapolis criminal defense attorney Thomas Gallagher explained how police officers can use traffic stops to enforce laws that make "trivial things" illegal.
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The nation of about 25 million people had pinned its coronavirus immunization drive on the vaccine jointly developed by British-Swedish firm AstraZeneca and Oxford university, but the government has since limited the vaccine’s use because of links to rare blood clot disorders in Australia and Europe.
Kremlin foe Alexei Navalny is so weakened from his hunger strike that he had to lie down several times when talking with his wife, Yulia, she said.
Tourists enjoy a horse-drawn carriage ride on Good Friday in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. (Atienza/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock)
U.S. Army 2nd Lt. Caron Nazario gets medical care after being pepper-sprayed by police. (Reuters)
Virginia State Police are also investigating the incident in the town of Windsor.
A demonstrator confronted CNN’s Sara Sidner in a live interview during protests over Daunte Wright's fatal police shooting, demanding that CNN leave the scene.
Florida man Elvis Harold Reyes duped hundreds of immigrants as he led a "a life of frauds and swindles,” prosecutors said.
The move comes after federal officials warned that six people had developed a rare blood clot after receiving the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine.
Community members met on Zoom to develop recommendations on how to make the area safer.
Vice President Harris on a recent visit to Fibre Space in Alexandria. (Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson)
The vice president — and her hobby — have inspired a crocheted mural, a crocheted doll and a burgundy hand-dyed yarn.
Pat Gelsinger, Intel’s CEO, tells The Post that there’s no quick fix to a problem that has seen automakers around the world cut back on production.
The plans of some of the large employers could have far-reaching consequences beyond the tech industry, and also influence the return to work initiatives of smaller companies.
An image of NASA's Ingenuity Helicopter with its blades unlocked. (EPA-EFE/Shutterstock)
NASA's historic attempt to operate a helicopter on the Red Planet for the first time is postponed. The situation is "fluid."
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The lawsuit stemmed from Lo Duca’s accusation during a podcast that reliever Billy Wagner, a former teammate on the New York Mets, had bribed West into using a bigger strike zone by letting him use his 1957 vintage Chevrolet. West feared that the comments might keep him from the Hall of Fame.
A former Silicon Valley programmer reimagined the limits of fantasy baseball — and turned it into his career.
The fifth-year Denver guard was a standout last year, when the team reached the conference finals.
The 25-year-old prospect has never played organized football, but he impressed at a pro day workout.
"The Talk" resumed Monday after a nearly month-long hiatus following a heated conversation about racism that resulted in an internal investigation and Sharon Osbourne's departure from the show.
“Idol” host Ryan Seacrest said Wyatt Pike left the competition and offered no other explanation, which sent viewers into a frenzy.
Simon Godwin is artistic director of the Shakespeare Theatre Company. (KK Ottesen for The Post)
The latest addition to film historian David Thomson’s opinionated take on the film industry is notable for what it says — and what it doesn’t.
Some of the stories in Murakami’s new collection revisit a simple plot.