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President Biden said he pressed Russian President Vladimir Putin over alleged hacking, human rights abuses and other issues. The meetings were too short to allow for much more than an accounting of both sides' complaints, but both sides declared the event a success.
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President Biden emphasized the importance of working with Russia, but also repeatedly emphasized human rights.
In the near term, prices are rising fast, and for certain goods and services, backlogged supply chains can weigh on prices for some time.
New documents and emails reveal how far President Donald Trump and his supporters were willing to go.
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A man uses a hand sanitizer dispenser at the U.S. Capitol. (Matt McClain/The Post)
As the U.S. death rate from covid-19 plummets, businesses’ continuing use of practices that do little to prevent the spread of the coronavirus — but may make some anxious consumers feel safer — frustrates folks who argue that their vaccinated status should free them from annoying restrictions.
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Ending masking and social distancing has led to an increase in common viruses among children who haven’t been exposed to them.
The unanimous ruling by a federal appeals court comes after the Supreme Court said it will review a Mississippi case rand consider whether “all pre-viability prohibitions on elective abortions” are constitutional.
Twenty senators now support the framework of infrastructure deal, and President Biden said his chief of staff believes there’s “room” for an agreement.
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Experts say waiving patents won’t help poorer nations acquire the technical complexity of manufacturing coronavirus vaccines.
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It will be added to a highway funding measure as the Senate tries to assemble a five-year transportation spending package.
The former president is seizing on President Biden’s struggles at the border to step up his political activities ahead of the midterm elections.
U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland speaks during an event at the Justice Department on Tuesday. (Win McNamee/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock)
The plan lacks a clear position on whether the U.S. government requires new legal authority to successfully hunt down, prosecute and imprison homegrown extremists.
Spider webs near wetlands in Australia. (Carolyn Crossley via Facebook/Reuters)
The spiders are part of what looks like a biblical plague of critters to hit the country this year after droughts and floods unleashed hordes of mice chewing their way through agricultural areas.
Fujimori’s approach, after former president Donald Trump’s effort to discredit the outcome of the 2020 U.S. election, could signal the emergence of a trend.
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“The Capitol Police officer that did that shooting appeared to be hiding, lying in wait and then gave no warning before killing her,” Gosar (R-Ariz.) said before voting against awarding Congressional Gold Medals to police officers who responded on Jan. 6 Capitol attack.
A photo from a listing for a five-bedroom house in Colorado Springs shows damage inside the home. (Mimi Foster)
A viral Redfin listing shows the damage inside Suzy Myers's Colorado Springs home, including walls spray-painted with vulgarities, rooms destroyed by a hammer, carpet reeking of human and animal feces and dead cats locked in a bathroom.
Larry Houck worked at Variety Records in Tysons Corner Center in 1981. On June 17, 1981, the mall was practically shut down by Rick Springfield fans. (Sheila Wynne-Houck)
In 1981, the guy behind “Jessie’s Girl” drew thousands to Variety Records.
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A new Federal Reserve report finds homeowners’ equity rose 13 percent over the past year — and continued to climb during the first quarter of 2021.
The Minnesota senator hosted a hearing on privacy and competition issues in the smart-home market. The Post’s tech columnist asked her why she is focusing on the smart home.
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona said that 18,000 former students defrauded by the defunct for-profit chain will have their federal loans fully canceled, but critics say it's too little five years after the school closed.
Goodyear is among several tire makers including Continental, Bridgestone and Pirelli to work on smart tires with embedded sensors.
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Kate, played by Olivia Holt, is watched by Blake Lee’s Martin in “Cruel Summer.” (Freeform)
"Cruel Summer" subverted many of our expectations. And so did the finale.
Over the past four years of Hulu’s series, viewers have become accustomed to gruesome scenes and endless violence against women, leading many to ask: How much longer can we handle watching this?
Gerald Marzorati’s new book covers Williams’s tennis career, fashion aspirations, family life and social media presence.
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