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Decisions to send Johnson & Johnson shots to harder-to-reach communities make practical sense, because the single-shot vaccine is easier to store and use. But they could drive perceptions of a two-tiered system.
The jurisdictions surrounding the U.S. capitol reached the milestone amid a rocky vaccine rollout.
Dyneecia Thomas and Jasmine Thomas load boxes in Mississippi. (Andrea Morales for The Post)
Requests have doubled, tripled and even quadrupled at some locations, social services workers say, with diaper shortages and families lining up for hours in some communities.
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The charges against Nicolas Sarkozy were centered around the question of whether he was behind a deal with a magistrate to illegally receive information on inquiries linked to him, using false names and unofficial phone lines.
Washington Football Team quarterback Alex Smith. (Jonathan Newton /The Post)
The expected departure would end the 36-year old quarterback's remarkable comeback with the team after one season.
The shortages have forced General Motors and Ford to slash production in three states as well as in Canada and Mexico, threatening jobs at the auto companies and their suppliers.
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At CPAC, Trump reasserts his control of the GOP
In his first public appearance since leaving office, former president Donald Trump further cemented his dominance over the Republican Party.
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Bo Bo Nge in an undated photo provided by the family that hosted him when he was in exile. (Lathrop family)
After Myanmar transitioned to democracy, Bo Bo Nge left the United States in 2017 to join the government in his home country. When the military seized power on Feb. 1, soldiers came to his home and arrested him.
Germans have coined more than 1,200 often multi-syllabic, often tongue-twisting words to describe the rules and realities of life in the time of the coronavirus.
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A more likely problem for the region would be a hurricane or ice storm that knocked so many power lines and other equipment that it would take an extended period to get everybody back online. 
The experiences at Patterson Elementary School in Southwest show the significant hurdles as D.C. attempts to equitably reopen school buildings.
Icicles hang from a building as a man trudges through the snow at Lake Accotink Park on Feb. 2 in Springfield. (Matt McClain/The Post)
It was also a stormy month yet, somehow, snowfall was still below average.
Members of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union hold signs outside an Amazon facility in Bessemer, Ala., where the union is trying to organize warehouse workers. (AP)
The president tweeted a video in support of Amazon warehouse workers who are in the process of voting by mail to determine whether they will be represented by the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union.
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Beal scored 46 points, but the Boston Celtics scored the final six points of the game to defeat the Wizards, 111-110.
New York is above .500 after 35 games for just the third time in the last 20 years and threatening to make the playoffs for the first time since 2013.
Erick Fedde threw 28 pitches in one inning of work against the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday. (Toni L. Sandys/The Post)
Alex Ovechkin scored the game-winner in the second period, Ilya Samsonov made his first NHL start since Jan. 17, and the Washington Capitals beat the New Jersey Devils, 3-2.
She may not have worn a cheesehead, but the actress is an ardent Packers fan.
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The Johnsons meet with Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara and another official in 1967. (White House Photo Office)
Recorded in the White House, the revealing 132 hours of tape is the basis of a new podcast that begins airing on the first day of Women's History Month.
“For a long time, I was using standup to talk about my life, what had happened to me,” the comedian says.
Lamott’s 12th faith-based essay collection, “Dusk Night Dawn,” spins self-deprecating ruminations into manna for the majority.
Donna Ferrato’s new book, “Holy,” is a vivid testimony to the resilient spirit of women around the world.
‘Lucky: How Joe Biden Barely Won the Presidency’ by Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes is an inside account of the 2020 campaign.