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Welcome to the new season.
Welcome to the new season.
Mourad Aliev screamed at the referee, kicked his mouthguard and shook a TV camera in protest of his Olympics disqualification.
As coronavirus cases rise across the United States, the fight against the pandemic is focused on an estimated 93 million people who are eligible for shots but have chosen not to get them. These are the Americans who are most vulnerable to serious illness from the highly contagious delta variant and most likely to carry the virus, spreading it further. It turns out, though, that this is not a single set of Americans, but in many ways two. In one group are those who say they are adamant in their r
Anger and frustration mounted in Congress over the weekend as a nationwide eviction moratorium expired during a surge in the COVID-19 pandemic. One Democratic lawmaker even camped outside the Capitol in protest as millions of Americans faced being forced from their homes. Lawmakers said they were blindsided by President Joe Biden’s inaction as the midnight Saturday deadline neared, some furious that he called on Congress to provide a last-minute solution to protect renters.
Damon says his daughter protested after he made a joke using the slur.
In the hours and days after the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, rattled Republican lawmakers knew exactly who was to blame: Donald Trump. Loyal allies began turning on him. Top Republicans vowed to make a full break from his divisive tactics and dishonesties. Some even discussed removing him from office. By spring, however, after nearly 200 congressional Republicans had voted to clear Trump during a second impeachment proceeding, the conservative fringes of the party had already begun to rewrite h
WASHINGTON — Days before a new hard-line president is set to be inaugurated in Iran, Biden administration officials have turned sharply pessimistic about their chances of quickly restoring the nuclear deal that President Donald Trump dismantled, fearing that the new government in Tehran is speeding ahead on nuclear research and production and preparing new demands for the United States. The concerns are a reversal from just a month ago, when U.S. negotiators, based in part on assurances from the
Tamberi erupted into celebration when Barshim opted to share the top spot rather than enter a jumpoff.
Saunders told the AP the symbol represented "the intersection of where all people who are oppressed meet," and now the IOC's restrictions on demonstrations will be tested.
As the country grapples with a surge in the delta variant of the COVID-19 virus, Dr. Anthony Fauci believes that lockdowns the country saw last year are not likely to return, though he warned "things will get worse" during an interview on ABC's "This Week." ABC News' Sony Salzman contributed to this report.
Glenn Allen Brooks texted selfies of himself inside the Capitol to a church prayer chat group, according to a DOJ criminal complaint.
Inspiration for a mob of angry white men? Richard T. Nowitz/Getty ImagesFrom Charlottesville to the Capitol, medieval imagery has been repeatedly on show at far-right rallies and riots in recent years. Displays of Crusader shields and tattoos derived from Norse and Celtic symbols are of little surprise to medieval historians like me who have long documented the appropriation of the Middle Ages by today’s far right. But amid all the expected Viking imagery and nods to the Crusaders has been anoth
A handful of states are quietly sunsetting emergency food and nutrition benefits, leaving the country’s food insecure — particularly older adults — in a precarious situation.
In a statement, on Saturday, Trump denied that documents showed he was trying to subvert the election while still pushing bogus election fraud claims.
Sarah Sponcil and Kelly Claes thought they had tied the match late in the decisive third set, only to have the results of their replay challenge overturned.
One weekend at home in Buffalo turned into a month, which turned into 15 months. But now, it feels like time to be back in New York.
Sean Strickland made wildly controversial comments after beating Uriah Hall by decision after 25 minutes of fighting in a UFC main event Saturday.
Erica Kensek, a 33 year-old hospital administrator in Columbia, S.C., got vaccinated for the coronavirus as soon as she was eligible in January. Her husband, a manager at an auto service store who has an autoimmune disease, got vaccinated in March. But when vaccination became available for their 13-year-old daughter, Abby, the couple opted not to sign her up. Subscribe to The Post Most newsletter for the most important and interesting stories from The Washington Post. "The threat to children [fr
Meghan Markle is getting set to turn 40 on Wednesday and she is reportedly throwing a party to celebrate the milestone birthday. The festivities will likely include many of the A-list celebs who live in the Montecito, California area, where Meghan and Prince Harry have settled in — and there will be one major Oprah […]
Tarek El Moussa and Christina Haack headed back to their HGTV Flip or Flop last Thursday after a heated blow-up a few weeks ago made headlines. El Moussa didn’t return alone, though, he brought backup: finacée Heather Rae Young, per People. We wonder if she was there to soften the probably tense atmosphere when he […]
As a Black, queer person I didn't feel safe in the United States anymore. So, my partner and I packed our bags and became expats in Latin America.