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The Post’s Ben Terris spoke to Iowans Thursday on their thoughts going into the 2014 Iowa Senate race.
Hello Kitty is turning 40, and the Japanese American National Museum has curated the largest retrospective in the U.S. looking back on the past four decades of her influence on popular culture.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s advice to women that not asking for a raise is “good karma” has sparked outrage.
Tensions in Ukraine reached a high point this summer as members of parliament and presidential aides were on the receiving end of the public’s — and sometimes their own colleagues’ — frustration.
Photojournalist Pete Muller shares the stories behind his images capturing the problems and beauty of eastern Congo, a corner of the country that has been plagued by violence for the past two decades.
The beloved Scotsman on the hit series “The Simpsons” reminds those skeptical of Scottish independence to say “aye or die.”
A mourning father wanted a picture of his daughter without the tubes that had always been connected to her. The response from Reddit was overwhelming.
Check out the most recent additions to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary that are good enough to eat.
Ibrahim Wani, director of Human Rights in South Sudan spoke out on his “hope” that South Sudanese will work together to achieve peace.
The duo, ages 4 and 6, joined the global call for action to release the nearly 300 Nigerian schoolgirls who were kidnapped last month.