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The final resting place of Navy Lt. Andrew John Chabrol at Arlington National Cemetery. (Salwan Georges/The Post)
Before the interment of Lt. Andrew Chabrol, he was executed for the abduction, rape and murder of Petty Officer 2nd Class Melissa Harrington. Now a fellow Navy veteran fights for his remains to be removed.
Pedestrians in Manhattan in May. (An Rong Xu for The Post)
Covid-weary Americans enter summer with little effort to contain a still-raging pandemic.
Travel combined with lax protections will likely trigger a bump in cases, experts say.
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(Pete Souza/The White House; Hy Peskin/Getty; Eric Draper/White House)
From ice cream on Martha’s Vineyard to hauling brush on Western ranches, even presidents need to unplug (or try to). Here are their favorite places to do it.
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An analysis signed by more than 30 independent experts concludes that Russia is responsible for inciting genocide and perpetrating atrocities that show an “intent to destroy” the Ukrainian people.
White crosses honor victims of the shooting at Robb Elementary School. (Sarah L. Voisin/The Post)
The Calf Canyon and Hermits Peak fire began as two separate wildfires that combined to destroy hundreds of homes and displace thousands of people.
Timothy Hale-Cusanelli claimed that he didn't know Congress met at the Capitol, so couldn't have had the intent to disrupt the proceedings.
A gun-control advocate will take on a Navy veteran opposed to federal restrictions, offering voters a stark contrast on an issue likely to dominate the national conversation in the wake of two mass shootings.
Local officers police the boardwalk in June 2021. (Shuran Huang for The Post)
As the unofficial start of the season begins, the Maryland beach town mulls how to safeguard its image amid rising scrutiny of law enforcement while deploying novice officers to protect the tourists on which its economy rests.