Theresa May remains Britain’s prime minister after no-confidence vote
British Prime Minister Theresa May survived a no-confidence vote from her party that would have unseated her as its leader. She promised to step down before the next election, but she wants to deliver on Brexit.

May has been meeting with E.U. leaders in Brussels, trying to figure out a way to make the Brexit deal she’s proposed more palatable to lawmakers back home. And, she has to persuade lawmakers in Britain to approve it so Brexit can happen.

William Booth is the London bureau chief for The Post. He tells Martine Powers how, though so much has happened, there’s still no vote on Brexit.

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David Betancourt sees himself in ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’
“Spider-Verse” is Marvel’s latest endeavor into the superhero’s world, only this time an animated Afro-Latino teenager is under the mask. Miles Morales is half Puerto Rican, half African American, and so is Post comics writer David Betancourt.

He tells Martine how his identity made watching the new Spider-Man film an entirely different experience.

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Voyager 2 goes beyond the sun’s magnetic field
Voyager 2’s ability to track galactic cosmic rays just reached a whole new level now that the spacecraft has traveled beyond the sun’s magnetic field. It enters interstellar space with its Golden Record: a mix of sounds from Earth including a dog barking, a mother kissing her child and percussion from Senegal. Post science reporter Sarah Kaplan describes Voyager 2’s journey.

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Theresa May remains Britain’s prime minister after no-confidence vote
British Prime Minister Theresa May survived a no-confidence vote from her party that would have unseated her as its leader. She promised to step down before the next election, but she wants to deliver on Brexit.

May has been meeting with E.U. leaders in Brussels, trying to figure out a way to make the Brexit deal she’s proposed more palatable to lawmakers back home. And, she has to persuade lawmakers in Britain to approve it so Brexit can happen.

William Booth is the London bureau chief for The Post. He tells Martine Powers how, though so much has happened, there’s still no vote on Brexit.

More on this topic:


David Betancourt sees himself in ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’
“Spider-Verse” is Marvel’s latest endeavor into the superhero’s world, only this time an animated Afro-Latino teenager is under the mask. Miles Morales is half Puerto Rican, half African American, and so is Post comics writer David Betancourt.

He tells Martine how his identity made watching the new Spider-Man film an entirely different experience.

More on this topic:


Voyager 2 goes beyond the sun’s magnetic field
Voyager 2’s ability to track galactic cosmic rays just reached a whole new level now that the spacecraft has traveled beyond the sun’s magnetic field. It enters interstellar space with its Golden Record: a mix of sounds from Earth including a dog barking, a mother kissing her child and percussion from Senegal. Post science reporter Sarah Kaplan describes Voyager 2’s journey.

More on this topic:

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