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Ginsburg's rabbi recalled the justice's kindness and spoke of her as a modern-day prophet.
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Chatter about these changes was happening among Democrats well before Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death.
Republicans’ show of strength now could prompt a backlash if Democrats retake the White House and flip the Senate in November.
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Investigators have been seeking to interview Eric Trump as part of an investigation into allegations that the Trump Organization improperly manipulated the value of its properties to obtain loans and tax benefits. 
Trump appointees “commandeered” the pre-publication review for political ends, the career official told a court.
President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House on Sept. 15. (Bloomberg)
Israeli officials called reports that Netanyahu brings suitcases of dirty laundry for his U.S. hosts to clean “absurd,” but they acknowledged that the prime minister has been the target of laundry-related accusations in the past.
Tom Collier, who stood to get a $12.4 million bonus if the Pebble Mine went ahead, resigned in the wake of secretly-recorded talks with environmentalists posing as potential investors.
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A couple enters a polling station in West Palm Beach during the Florida primary election on Aug. 18. (Saul Martinez for The Post)
President Trump won the two Sun Belt states in 2016, and they are crucial to his hopes for reelection in November.
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Only about 3 in 10 Americans think we’ll know who won the election on Nov. 3 itself. 
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The meme Eric Trump shared was a perfect package of misleading Internet. 
The report called Hunter Biden’s position with a Ukrainian energy company “problematic,” but it did not show that it changed Obama administration policy toward Ukraine.
Thousands of people left homeless after a fire destroyed an overcrowded refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos have been moved to a temporary facility on the island. (AP)
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s agenda to “build back better” was outlined in a highly anticipated “speech from the throne,” a ritual that reopens Canada’s Parliament. 
So far, rescuers have been able to free around 50 pilot whales from beaches sandbars in the west of Tasmania.
Lebanon’s president is calling for the international community’s support to rebuild the country’s main port and destroyed neighborhoods after last month’s catastrophic explosion.
A firefighter watches the Bobcat Fire in the Angeles National Forest in Los Angeles. (Getty Images)
A new bout of unusually hot, dry weather threatens to worsen the West's wildfire woes as dozens of fires continue to burn.
So much vitriol has flowed at the couple, who weren’t identified by police, that authorities are urging locals to accept that family will now face some justice in court.
The clash at Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument on Monday points to escalating efforts by indigenous groups to protect their ancestral lands.
You’ll find South American pastries, ube cakes, halvah chocolate chip cookies and more at these spots.
The library reopens on Sept. 24, but much of the building is still closed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
While some cultural institutions remain closed because of covid-19, museums, sculpture gardens and historic sites are beginning to open their doors to socially distanced visitors.
U.S. Attorney General William Barr speaks at a roundtable in Georgia. (Reuters)
The Department of Justice will ask Congress on Wednesday to adopt a new law that could hold Facebook, Google and Twitter legally accountable for the way they handle some controversial content on the web.
TikTok is set to be banned from app stores Sunday. It was given a week-long extension by the Trump administration last week, after the president seemed to give tacit approval over the weekend to a deal that would create a new TikTok Global company headquartered in the United States.
Roughly 1 in 4 chief executives of some of the nation’s largest companies say their businesses have recovered or will have by year end, according to a survey. But the economy remains fragile, they say, and the federal government must provide “further major support.” 
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A volunteer receives an experimental coronavirus vaccine being developed by Janssen, a division of Johnson & Johnson. (Cheryl Gerber/Johnson & Johnson)
The experimental vaccine is the fourth to enter the final stage of testing in the United States.
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“The whole purpose of offsets,” said a University of California at Berkeley climate policy researcher, “is to create a way for an individual or a company or a university to pay someone else to reduce emissions to cover emissions that they can’t reduce themselves.”
The Post is tracking 200 experimental vaccines aimed at ending the pandemic, a scientific quest moving at record-breaking speed.
A temperature this cold in Greenland is unlikely in today’s climate due to human-caused global warming.
Climate change is transforming the Arctic into an entirely unfamiliar region, scientists say.
The movie fudged some of the details about the friendship between Gale Sayers and Brian Piccolo, but the speech showed true emotion.
Several NFL stars were injured during Week 2, but the league isn't ready to draw conclusions for whether the adjusted offseason schedule contributed.
Chargers quarterback Tyrod Taylor was expected to start Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs, but was scratched from the lineup shortly before kickoff because of what was called a chest injury. 
Texas native Weston McKennie made his Juventus debut last weekend against Fabio Depaoli and Sampdoria. (Miguel Medina/AFP/Getty Images)
Stung by the failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup, the men's national team has been rebuilding toward the 2022 tournament in Qatar and embracing a generational shift.
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Tuesday's fun aside, this season has been a Nationals nightmare. Next season is about bouncing back.
The weather is turning cooler, signaling the approach of the postseason. With the playoff races still to be determined, desperation has set in.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her husband, Martin. (Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States/AP)
Ginsburg is admired for her legal achievements in gender equality, and her 56-year marriage to Marty put that theory into practice.
Public figures such as Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg can feel like family or friends, and it’s important to honor our heartbreak.
The 98-year-old organization ponders leaving its historic riverside home in Alexandria.
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The number of President Trump’s accusers has grown since 2016. The attention paid to them has waned.
How to respond to a friend’s blatant lies about her accomplishments.
Longtime spouses have become roommates who don’t even talk to each other.
Misunderstanding could have been avoided if reporter had been upfront about attendance.
From left, Henry Cavill, Sam Claflin and Millie Bobby Brown play siblings Sherlock, Mycroft and Enola Holmes in “Enola Holmes.” (Alex Bailey/Legendary)
Perspective
The latest Holmes flick stars Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill and Sam Claflin as siblings Enola, Sherlock and Mycroft.
Movie Review
Richard Jenkins, Debra Winger and Evan Rachel Wood play a family of con artists in this funny and unexpectedly poignant tale.
Book Review
The book takes a “Sliding Doors” approach, as a woman, on the heels of a near-death experience, contemplates her next move.
Even political cartoonists, so trained in drawing on deadline, can be caught cold by breaking news. Here’s a sampling of their work.
Book Review
“Where Law Ends: Inside the Mueller Investigation,” by Andrew Weissmann, former special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s deputy, sets aside the secrecy that long shielded them, revealing a team of prosecutors whose mission, in their minds, was always in jeopardy.
Depending on whom you ask, it's not as easy or as hard as people say.
The owner of Bludso's in Los Angeles, and a judge on Netflix's "The American Barbecue Showdown" is working on what may be just the third barbecue cookbook by a Black pitmaster.