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How Trump’s flirtation with an anti-insurrection law inspired Jan. 6 insurrection

Israeli soldiers blindfolded and gagged elderly American Palestinian later found dead, according to leaked report

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand has canceled her wedding celebrations as the Pacific nation grapples with an emerging outbreak of the highly transmissible omicron coronavirus variant.

Before winter break, 12-year-old Artemis Rayford wrote a letter to tell Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee that he opposed a new law reducing restrictions on guns. Before the end of that break, the sixth-grader would be shot and killed by one.

Netflix, Peloton and other companies were wildly popular when people first started working from home. Now they are under pressure.

A U.S.-backed force in Syria said Sunday it was still fighting to regain full control of the country’s largest prison for Islamic State suspects, as the extent of the losses in a three-day standoff became clearer.

Two months after the Biden administration’s deadline for federal workers to be vaccinated against coronavirus so they could begin returning to the office, the government’s plan to resume normal operations remains muddled.

Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers face Matthew Stafford and the Los Angeles Rams in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs. Follow along for live updates.

A prominent Turkish journalist was jailed Saturday after being charged with “insulting” President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in what her lawyer and media advocacy groups described as an unusually harsh measure that could further chill press freedoms.


Breaking: In recorded interview for Bob Woodward book, Trump said he knew coronavirus was "deadly" even as he publicly played down threat

Military-grade Israeli spyware was used in attempted and successful hacks of 37 smartphones belonging to journalists, human rights activists, business executives and the fiancee of murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a global investigation finds.

Investigation: Police partially blinded 8 people in one day at George Floyd protests. The Post found video evidence undermining official accounts.

Opinion: Nigeria’s useless politicians are trying to crush #EndSARS . Africa’s leaders are silent.

Exclusive: In secretly recorded audio, Trump’s sister says he has “no principles” and “you can’t trust him”

Nigerian protesters demand end of an anti-robber police unit that robs people

The May jobs report had "misclassification error" that made the unemployment rate look lower than it is. Here’s what happened.

Nearly 1 million people watched the U.N. General Assembly online — when K-pop band BTS took to the podium