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The warning of staff cuts at the Office of Personnel Management is the administration’s most dramatic move yet in an escalating fight over the fate of the agency that manages the civilian federal workforce of 2.1 million.
The president has urged the Federal Reserve to cut rates for months.
Documents found on a GOP strategist's computer led to the decision, which comes as the Supreme Court prepares to rule.
An investigator called for greater scrutiny of the Saudi crown prince and other officials in the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The New Jersey Democrat called on the country to engage in an active discussion about slavery and its implications on injustices rampant in the United States to this day.
The encounter adds a new layer of strangeness to the death of Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar, a member of 3rd Special Forces Group who was strangled in a hazing incident.
The Post asked 50 astronauts to describe the marvelous and the mundane of living beyond Earth’s bounds.
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The closed-door hearing is part of the panel’s ongoing investigation into President Trump’s efforts to build a tower in Moscow.
A guilty verdict ended a six-week trial that revealed haunting details about Keith Raniere and his Albany, N.Y.-area group, NXIVM. He could now face life in prison.
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