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The action grew out of a leak investigation surrounding reporting on Russia’s role in the 2016 election.
Six months after his Election Day loss, the defeated ex-president has emerged — propelled primarily by a thirst for retribution, a quest for the spotlight and a desire to maintain control over the GOP base, former senior White House advisers said.
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The step means that the vaccine can be used to bolster efforts such as the Covax initiative to share doses equitably around the world.
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The Oregon Health Authority said at least 74 people associated with the  Peoples Church in Salem have tested positive for covid-19 — one of the state’s largest workplace outbreaks.
Timely delivery service remains poor, and critics hope President Biden’s nominees, once confirmed, can increase pressure on Postal Service leaders.
California condors rest on Cinda Mickols's deck in Tehachapi, Calif. (AP)
Cinda Mickols arrived at her house in Tehachapi, Calif., to find that an unusually large flock of the endangered condors had pooped all over her deck.
Golfers drive past rocks near the ninth hole at Forest Park Golf Course in Baltimore that new research has concluded were part of a geological upheaval. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
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A photographer revisits some of his favorite clubs, which went dark during the pandemic and are waiting to reopen.
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Buffy Cafritz and Barbara Walters at the ABC News brunch celebrating the inauguration in 2001. (Rebecca D'Angelo for The Post)
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