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While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reiterated that states should prioritize teachers for vaccination, the agency said it is not a prerequisite for reopening.
Four companies that agreed to pay a combined $26 billion to settle claims about their roles in the opioid crisis plan to deduct some of those costs from their taxes and recoup around $1 billion apiece.
(Alexa Juliana Ard, Danielle Paquette, Daron Taylor, Matthew Irving/The Washington Post)
There are flying reptiles. A creature that resembles an armored dog. Eleven species yet to be identified — all with long necks.?This is one of Africa’s biggest fossil caches, a prehistoric graveyard that sparked dreams of a world-class exhibition in Niger. But excavation must wait as the nation confronts a second wave of the coronavirus on top of escalating Islamist insurgencies.
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Justice Amy Coney Barrett joins the? court’s liberals in saying states must allow spiritual advisers.
The border mission, which includes about 3,600 troops, is authorized through Sept. 30.
Sandy Chavarria and her son Sergio play at Bernard Halpern Park in Doraville. (Andrea Morales for The Post)
The city of Doraville passed an ordinance barring work trucks from parking on streets, a move that could send police to the homes of immigrants.
Tax Season
The nation’s tax collector is struggling to raise revenue and is now tasked with distributing hundreds of billions of dollars in coronavirus relief funds.
With two — potentially three — sets of stimulus payments and an overworked IRS staff dealing with all those extra demands, plenty could go wrong with tax season this year. Here's a preview.
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Elevators have long been used as a romantic prop. They are sometimes the place of a budding new beginning or used for confessions of love and passion.
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The Justice Department has linked Juan Orlando Hernández to trafficking in multiple indictments. He denies wrongdoing.
A decade ago as a financial contagion spread across Europe, Mario Draghi used the tools available to a central banker to keep the Eurozone from collapse. In his new role, he faces the challenge of rescuing Europe’s sickest and most worrying major economy.
Alexei Navalny at his hearing Friday. (Babushkinsky District Court/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock)
The jailed Russian opposition leader said the libel case was an attempt to erode support for him by pitting him against a member of Russia’s most-treasured generation: World War II veterans.
Yoshiro Mori, the head of the Tokyo Olympics organizing committee, resigned on Friday but the problems in Japanese sport have not gone away.
The Mail on Sunday had published a letter she wrote to her father, Thomas Markle.
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Especially in the southern and eastern parts of the D.C. region, this could be the most significant ice threat since Feb. 14, 2007.
Trump supporters overtake the Capitol on Jan. 6. (Michael Robinson Chavez/The Post)
Thomas Edward Caldwell organized trained fighters and communicated with self-styled militia groups, according to federal prosecutors.
Numbers in the Washington region mirror a national trend, a discouraging development for law enforcement and safety advocates.
A new report recommends cuts to the police department’s budget and embracing anti-racist policies.
State lawmakers around the country are exploring a range of new taxes targeting Internet giants, seeking to capture some of Silicon Valley’s eye-popping profits and soaring share prices in the midst of the pandemic.
The coronavirus continued to hammer Disney in the final months of 2020.
The cruise ship Norwegian Bliss passes through Glacier Bay on July 11, 2019. (Bloomberg News)
Canada's decision to ban cruise ships until early 2022 effectively kills the chance for summer cruises in Alaska.
The proposed order comes amid a broader review of the Trump administration's crackdown on Chinese technology.
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J.J. Watt, a three-time NFL defensive player of the year. (Eric Christian Smith/AP)
The three-time NFL defensive player of the year becomes a free agent just shy of his 32nd birthday.
A five-day lockdown to halt a cluster of coronavirus cases in the state of Victoria went into effect as Djokovic was locked in a tense match.
Why let evidence spoil your dreams? Owners who don't learn from free agent history are condemned to repeat it.
This decentralized season has produced separation anxieties of all sorts, wearing on players, coaches and executives.
It’s a Spokane-Waco kind of college basketball country with just a month to go until Selection Sunday,
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Bridesmaids Janelle Williams, left, and Connie Luong, right, watch bride Evelyn Krig try on a wedding dress at Krig’s home. (Marlena Sloss for The Post)
While some couples are postponing their wedding plans, others are downsizing to backyard vows and online ceremonies.
Honesty — constructive honesty, that is — is always the best policy.
Bride understands but hesitates to commit to attend the baptism of this friend’s baby.
Single dad is tired of female fellow parents assuming he needs their advice.
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