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From the day of his first positive test until his hospitalization last year, the former president came in contact with more than 500 people in proximity to him or at crowded events, according to a Washington Post analysis.
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Oxford High School warned Ethan Crumbley’s parents of a violent drawing he'd made. Hours later, he was accused of killing classmates.
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Alex Stow is a travel ICU-registered nurse. (Elaine Cromie for The Post)
Surrounded by Confederate tributes, an all-White Tennessee jury convicted Tim Gilbert.
President Biden and Robert J. Dole, who died Saturday, served in the Senate together for decades.
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From the day of his first positive test until his hospitalization last year, the former president came in contact with more than 500 people in proximity to him or at crowded events, according to a Washington Post analysis.
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Officials on both sides of the aisle, Michigan residents and parents of gun violence victims condemned the image from Rep. Thomas Massie of Kentucky.
Decades of political organizing  transformed the Republican Party into a force for remaking courts, and a separate revolution in law schools created the intellectual foundation.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in leaves office in May. He is now looking anywhere to help open channels with Kim Jong Un.
Kim Jong Un has signaled that a difficult winter is ahead, but details on crops and trade remain guarded.
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The country is a leader in the sequencing of variants, acting as an early warning system for the continent.
Mount Semeru is the tallest mountain on Indonesia's densely populated island of Java. At least one person was killed.
Éric Zemmour, who has drawn comparisons to Donald Trump, was grabbed around the neck at his first rally for the French presidency.
The total includes one probable case of the omicron variant among the crew of the Norwegian Cruise Line ship, local health officials said.
The facilities should have alternate power sources, the researchers say. Now, an analysis shows the deadly toll of those outages on nursing home residents.
Bharti Shahani. (Family photo)
Bharti Shahani, 22, is among the 10 young people who lost their lives last month at a mass-casualty event in Houston.
Sen. Richard J. Durbin (D-Ill.), chairman of the Judiciary Committee, called for the firing of Board of Prisons Director Michael Carvajal.
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The six-year Pentagon project identified nearly 400 who died on the USS Oklahoma in 1941.
Capital One announced it's eliminating overdraft fees. Other financial institutions should follow suit.
Middle companies are now incentivized to keep appraisal costs as low as possible, so sometimes appraisers who don’t know the local housing stock and have little to no experience are brought in from far away.
Amazon's use of Alexa as a wake word for its voice assistant turned the name into a command, impacting daily interactions for people with the name.
Competing pitches featuring small business owners have played out in virtual roundtables and Zoom calls with congressional staff, according to lobbyists and antitrust advocates.
For the most part, the four-team concept has been prone to a mysterious neatness.
Alabama will play Cincinnati in one semifinal while Michigan will take on Georgia in the other semifinal. Both games will be played Dec. 31.
Taylor Heinicke celebrates after Washington’s win in Las Vegas. (Jonathan Newton/The Post)
Washington's quarterback alternates between thrilling and disastrous, but he has been good enough to lead his team on a four-game winning streak.
With the Terps still processing the "kind of unreal" situation, Maryland's post-Mark Turgeon debut is far from ideal in a loss to Northwestern.
Patrick Mahomes and the offense weren’t overpowering but the defense led the way as the Chiefs ran their winning streak to five games by beating the Broncos, 22-9, at home Sunday night.
The Iphigenia sacrifice scene in Wayne Shorter and Esperanza Spalding’s “. . . (Iphigenia).” (Jon Fine)
The Grammy-winning duo’s “. . . (Iphigenia)” opens Dec. 10 at the Kennedy Center.
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