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Amid Mediterranean tensions, retired Turkish admiral grabs the spotlight touting supremacy at sea

Europe remains committed to in-person classes, as school outbreaks remain rare

Perspective: Some textbooks still parrot Donald Trump’s skewed version of U.S. history

When can Americans travel to Europe again? We asked 4 insiders.

Are you planning on watching the first presidential debate? The Washington Post wants to hear from you.

Opinion: Be prepared to say goodbye to movie theaters

Coronavirus may just sink the world’s video game museums

Trump suggested naming his daughter Ivanka as his running mate in 2016, according to new book by Rick Gates

"The president thinks his best case is made in urine": Biden campaign mocks Trump’s drug-testing demand

New York City school principals vote "no confidence" in Mayor de Blasio over reopening plan

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“I’m talking too freely,” Maryanne Trump Barry, a former federal judge, said during 15 hours recorded in 2018 and 2019 by her niece, Mary L. Trump. The remarks are the most critical comments known to have been made about the president by a sibling.

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

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

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”

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

7-year-old migrant girl taken into Border Patrol custody dies of dehydration, exhaustion

More than 11,000 scientists from around the world declare a "climate emergency"

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