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In an interview with Bob Woodward in July, Colin Powell discussed his myeloma cancer, Parkinson’s disease, Afghanistan, Jan. 6 and his wife, Alma, who was at the center of his life for 58 years.
A man is arrested during a demonstration against the government of Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel in Havana on July 11. (AFP/Getty Images)
The crackdown hangs over Cubans as a major test of dissent looms: a Nov. 15 protest called by actors, artists and dissidents, backed by Cuban exiles but banned by the Cuban state.
The Food and Drug Administration is expected to say people can bolster protection by getting an extra shot, even if it is from another brand. The agency is rushing to make the announcement Wednesday as part of its authorization of Moderna and Johnson & Johnson boosters.
A drop in infections offers hope that the end of pandemic is in sight. The virus may have something to say about that.
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The court told Texas to respond to the filing by Thursday, an indication that it could act within days. And it also called for a response on that day to a request by abortion providers to speed consideration of their challenge of the law.
In Surfside, Fla., the site of the Champlain Towers South’s underground garage has become a murky lagoon. (Lori Rozsa/The Post)
A Dubai-based developer has submitted a $120 million bid to buy the Florida property where Champlain Towers South collapsed in June.
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EPA Administrator Michael Regan announces the agency's plans to regulate PFAS during an event Monday in Raleigh, N.C. (AP)
The Environmental Protection Agency said it will move with urgency to set enforceable drinking water limits on certain substances that do not break down naturally and have turned up in the water supplies of communities around the country.
British tabloids said the prince was “channeling James Bond” with his green velvet jacket at the Earthshot awards.
The trial of three White men opened with attorneys arguing over whether hot-button issues such as the Confederate flag and the Black Lives Matter movement are relevant in determining whether a potential juror can impartially weigh the facts of Arbery’s 2020 killing.
First lady Jill Biden and Robin Jackson walk outside Brookland Baptist Church in West Columbia, S.C. (White House)
Biden told the South Carolina congregation she stopped praying for years after the death of her son, Beau, to brain cancer.