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Ex-aide alleges Gov. Cuomo sexually harassed her, kissed her and left her ‘nauseous’ at work

Lindsey Boylan said in an online post that Cuomo “would go out of his way to touch me on my lower back, arms and legs,” and she shared images of text messages and emails that she said supported her story.
  • Feb 24, 2021

Former senator Perdue won’t run in 2022, kicking off another competitive Republican primary race in Georgia

Perdue's decision not to challenge Sen. Raphael G. Warnock comes just a week after he filed campaign paperwork and met with Donald Trump.
  • Feb 23, 2021

As covid-19 death toll nears 500,000, Biden urges Americans to ‘fight this together’

The U.K. lockdown exit strategy will begin March 8 with the reopening of schools, the resumption of care home visits and fewer socializing rules.
  • Feb 22, 2021

When will we return to normal? The question looms as Fauci says mask-wearing may continue in 2022.

Fauci predicted the country would be "approaching a degree of normality" by the end of the year, but says face coverings may still be necessary.
  • Feb 21, 2021

58 people died in last week’s frigid weather. Some of them were just trying to stay warm.

Where the weather is coldest, some have resorted to risky, last-ditch attempts to keep warm, using gas grills indoors or running cars inside closed garages.
  • Feb 21, 2021
  • Post Reports

Why so many Texans still don't have water

Most Texans are finally getting their power back, but millions of people are still without water as the crisis escalates in the storm-ravaged state. And why coronavirus cases are finally dropping in the United States.
  • Feb 19, 2021

Power restored to 2 million homes in Texas, but nearly half of state still told to boil water

The death toll from winter storms in Texas, Louisiana and other states continues to climb.
  • Feb 19, 2021

Deaths mount, millions still without power amid new winter storm

More than 2.5 million customers remain without power in Texas and more cold, snowy weather is expected Thursday.
  • Feb 17, 2021

White House announces another bump in vaccine supply; winter storm disrupts vaccination sites nationwide

More than 485,000 people have died from the coronavirus since it was first identified in the United States and over 27 million cases have been reported.
  • Feb 16, 2021

Four reasons experts say coronavirus cases are dropping in the United States

Some point to the quickening pace of covid-19 vaccine administration, while others chalk it up to social distancing measures.
  • Feb 14, 2021