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The Labor Department on Friday reported the unemployment rate in January fell to 3.4 percent, its lowest level since May 1969. The last year the U.S. jobless rate was so low, Neil Armstrong walked on the moon.

Florida woman forced to fly to D.C. for abortion returns for State of the Union

The energy giant is aiming for a 20 to 30 percent reduction in carbon emissions, backing off of an earlier goal of 35 to 40 percent

Robert Kagan joins @PostLive  to discuss his new book, “The Ghost at the Feast,” as well as the global role of the United States and its historical parallels between the 20th century and today.

Time is running out for Secretary of State Blinken to hold his postponed visit with the opening of China's parliament and a planned Taiwan visit looming.

Despite concern China will use TikTok to push Chinese propaganda, TikTok's recommendation algorithm sent millions of viewers to videos that showed one of China's most embarrassing geopolitical blunders.

Governments around the world have offered aid and rescue workers to assist recovery efforts in Turkey and Syria following the 7.8-magnitude earthquake that killed more than 5,000 people in the two countries.

The United States, Germany, South Korea, India and Iran are some of the countries sending aid.


Exclusive: Trump revealed highly classified information to Russian diplomats in their Oval Office meeting last week

The Trump administration is prohibiting CDC officials from using these words or phrases in any official documents being prepared for next year’s budget: “vulnerable” “entitlement” “diversity” “transgender” “fetus” “evidence-based” “science-based”

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

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.

Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) delivered an impassioned speech on the Senate floor Tuesday, following a school shooting in Texas that left at least 14 students dead. “What are we doing?” he asked his colleagues. “Why are we here?”

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

FBI seized material at Mar-a-Lago on a foreign nation’s military defenses, including its nuclear capabilities, people familiar say

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