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Overtures by Henry Paulson and Steven Mnuchin were unsuccessful, as Republicans have insisted that Democrats must address the debt ceiling without GOP support.
The suit alleges that Mary Trump, the New York Times and at least three of the newspaper’s reporters participated in an “insidious plot” to obtain records about the former president’s finances.
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Buyers are often enticed by quartz counters, wood floors or a pretty backsplash, but they may stand to benefit from learning more about neighborhood development, noise levels and weather hazards.
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People gather at a Sept. 21, 2021, rally at the University of Oklahoma calling for more protection for the campus community during the pandemic. (Amit R. Baishya)
Despite increased precautions at many campuses in the summer before students returned, the reality on the ground has hit some faculty members hard as they face crowded rooms full of unmasked students..
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The top late-night comedy hosts will address climate change on their shows Wednesday, in a coordinated effort to get a message across.
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Many of the former president's endorsements is aimed at either unseating one of his critics or installing someone who has promoted some of his most far-flung false stolen-election claims.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson has been calling out Simon & Schuster, which published his most recent book, to anyone who will listen.(Richard Drew/AP)
The Fox News host has said that he will never publish another book for Simon & Schuster after it canceled a deal with Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.)
Evergrande, China’s second-largest real estate firm, signaled overnight that it would make a $36 million interest payment on Thursday.
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The NFL has not asked its competition committee to intervene, even after some observers were incredulous over the eight taunting penalties called in Week 2 games.
Haiti was the biggest manufacturer and exporter of baseballs in the world. Baseball can't save Haiti, but it has a moral obligation to help a country rendered so hapless by all manner of catastrophe.
Green Bay’s Aaron Jones is embraced by fans after catching a touchdown pass. (Matt Ludtke/AP)
The NFL added an extra game to its schedule. It also generated an extra week of overreactions.
Former Senator Al Franken kicks off his stand up tour this month. (Marvin Joseph/The Post)
The recovering politician on Saturday launched “The Only Former U.S. Senator Currently on Tour Tour,” which pokes fun at many of Franken’s former colleagues. It’s his first extended stand-up stint since he resigned in 2018 after several women accused him of groping and kissing, allegations he has denied.
The other half of the book is an account of Joe Biden’s campaign and early presidency, and as the authors shift between narratives, the reader must reckon with wildly differing realities.
Co-stars Cynthia Nixon and Kim Cattrall led tributes to the actor, who played Stanford Blatch in the series.
Don Hollway’s new novel is a fast-paced saga based on the life of Harald Hardrada, the 11th-century Norse adventurer.
Dan Stevens plays an automaton designed to be the perfect man, but he’s a little stiff.