Democracy Dies in Darkness
The huge policy turnaround caught senior White House and administration officials, medical experts, elected officials and business leaders off guard and prompted some physicians to criticize the move as premature. 
The energy sector has stripped redundancy out of its systems, at the risk of leaving customers in the lurch when things go wrong. 
Rockets bombarded Israeli cities, communal strife and clashes gripped swaths of Israel and the West Bank, and airstrikes rocked Gaza with a building used by international media among the places hit.
The Committee to Project Journalists expressed concerns that Israel was "deliberately targeting media facilities in order to disrupt coverage of the human suffering in Gaza."
Bob Baffert is a Hall of Fame trainer whose place in the sport is now in question. (Reuters)
Baffert is the white-haired, sunglasses-prone face of horse racing. He’s also the trainer of Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit, whose positive drug test left the sport reeling.
Four and a half months after insurrectionists supporting Donald Trump stormed the Capitol, the House is still consumed by the fallout.
Conservative media and activists are pelting the Republicans who support the bill, which would authorize $1 billion a year to pay for more civics education, to abandon it. 
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All that is separating the end of Alex Ovechkin's 13-year contract with the Caps and his free agency this summer is the 2021 Stanley Cup playoffs.
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People participate in a Black Lives Matter rally at Brooklyn's Grand Army Plaza in June. (AP)
Republicans get a one-month head start with a historically diverse ticket. Democrats seem set on running against former president Donald Trump as they await the selection of their nominee.
It’s a quirk that comes up every half dozen years or so, when a day that honors two groups coincides — with two different protocols for the American flag.
A series of strikes on the Gaza Strip, launched by Israel, targeted a network of underground tunnels used by Palestinian militants, Israeli officials said.
Taiwanese rush to buy essentials at a grocery store in Taipei on May 15. (EPA-EFE/Shutterstock)
Taiwan, a covid success story, is now battling a surge of covid cases
Former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi was released from Milan’s San Raffaele Hospital, where he was treated for complications related to covid-19.
Police arrested Shakiro for dressing in women's clothing, her lawyer said.
Richard E. Jackson is one of four prosecutors nationwide who have been disbarred for misconduct in wrongful conviction cases, according to the Innocence Project.
In Houston's Third Ward, Turkey Leg Hut draws lines around the block -- and has drawn fire by neighbors.
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The senator from Illinois discusses her years of poverty and how that informs what she brings to the job.
Interruptions in conversation used to be natural. Try it on a video call.
Washington’s first rookie minicamp since 2019 included previews of battles at wide receiver and offensive line, as well as Coach Ron Rivera’s continued health-care advocacy.
For the team to succeed now that the regular season has finally arrived, Coach Richie Burke is going to need consistency from his young corps of attackers.
Laviolette is in his first postseason as coach of the Capitals. (John McDonnell/The Post)
"Nothing is ever scripted, nothing is written down and I guess the reason why I think it is important is that I believe that most people want to be motivated," Laviolette said. "Most people want a reason to jump out of their seat.”
A masked child gazes out the window in Santa Monica, Calif. (AP)
Telling vaccinated people they can discard their masks signals the power of the shots, but critics say the move is hasty and difficult to implement with a majority of Americans still unprotected.
Clifford Feldman1947–2021
College sweethearts Clifford and Susan Feldman transformed their love affair into a lasting professional partnership that took them and their two children around the world to witness history in the making.
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Adult remembers cafeteria workers as some of the most welcoming people at school.
More stores have prompts for tips as part of payment process.