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Multiple people were killed and injured in a shooting at Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Ill., on Monday. (Video: The Post; photo: Youngrae Kim/AFP/Getty Images)
A public service billboard near Charlestown, W.Va., in July 2017. (Michael S. Williamson/The Post)
In a blow to claims that pharmaceutical firms fueled the opioid crisis, a federal judge ruled that the nation’s three major drug distributors did not cause a public nuisance by shipping millions of addictive pain pills to a West Virginia area that was among the hardest hit.
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Cassidy Hutchinson used vivid detail to recount scenes involving President Donald Trump and his associates.
The committee’s decision to accelerate her testimony has led to second-guessing, but it also produced some of the most memorable hearing moments.
President Biden, left, and Attorney General Merrick Garland. (Oliver Contreras for The Post)
Capital punishment is immoral, its opponents say, and disproportionately affects minorities. Should it be levied against a self-avowed white supremacist charged with massacring Black people in Buffalo?
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Amelia Clark, Miya Anderson, Ruby Isaacson and Landon Nelson. (Jenn Ackerman for The Post)
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Even after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe, some companies may be able to offer abortion-related aid to employees even in states where there is a ban.
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Workers say remote work provided new opportunities to thrive. Potential mandates are stirring concerns and fears.
Rising housing costs, combined with inflation for necessities, have left more people homeless and millions more fearing they’ll lose their homes.
A new Senate bill would help crypto firms access the Fed's payment system. But experts worry it could destabilize the banking system.
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Alex Morgan scored two early goals and the outcome was never in doubt during a 3-0 victory, but the U.S. women have plenty to clean up.
Chestnut downed 63 hot dogs and buns to win his 15th championship in the past 16 years. Miki Sudo won the women’s competition.