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Analysis: It turns out that Trump’s claims of fraud were not scrupulously vetted for accuracy
Opinion: Contrary to Biden’s U.N. speech, the U.S. is still at war
Perspective | A new media strategy for selling the seriousness of the climate crisis: Humor
Facebook’s independent Oversight Board forcefully reiterated demands for more transparency from the company on how it treats high-profile users and politicians who break the platform’s rules, according to a blog post Tuesday.
This chile-lime tuna with quinoa gets its flavor from a quick, citrusy marinade
Perspective: It’s not a matter of if. The walls in these houses do talk, through hidden messages.
SEC’s Gensler likens stablecoins to “poker chips” amid call for tougher crypto regulation
On World Alzheimer’s Day, the forgotten Black doctor who helped decode the disease
Opinion: What we should have understood about Monica Lewinsky and Bill Clinton in 1998
Perspective: “We won’t eradicate covid. The pandemic will still end.”
International Rescue Committee CEO: “The way refugees are seen is a running commentary on our own values”
More flights and higher prices: The travel ban lifting may affect your vacation, too
From @thelilynews: These women say they were sexually abused by Southern Baptist leaders. Now they’re forcing a reckoning.
The human remains found in a Wyoming national forest Sunday are those of Gabby Petito, the FBI confirmed Tuesday, citing autopsy results.…
Aaron Jones’s necklace holding his father’s ashes is found on Lambeau’s turf
Analysis: The brazen timeline of the GOP consultant accused of funneling Russian money to Trump’s 2016 effort
Opinion: State medical boards should punish doctors who spread false information about covid and vaccines
A homeless man was arrested for a 43-cent “theft” of a Mountain Dew. He could face 7 years in prison.
House takes up defense bill as Congress seeks accountability for Afghanistan failures
Gas station clerk in Germany killed by man who felt “cornered” by mask rules, prosecutors say
Podcast: Explaining the debt ceiling in plain English
Analysis: The hidden cost of the coronavirus death toll to younger Americans
Missouri Senate candidate Eric Greitens says he won’t back McConnell as Trump targets the Senate GOP leader
Analysis: By memo or by mob, Trump and his team positioned the country for chaos
Future of nuclear talks with Iran remain uncertain as Tehran expands enrichment activities
Treasury Department will sanction crypto exchanges that help channel payments to hackers
Deathloop is a great game. It's the latest in the long, much-heralded tradition of the immersive sim genre. The "immersive sim" isn't a widely known genre, so I do a quick breakdown and pick some of the obvious greats throughout history.…
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Researchers poring through the trove say the most crucial findings concern the identities of people hosting various extremist sites and the key role Epik played in keeping material online that might otherwise have vanished from the Internet.
Several domains in the leak are associated with the far-right Proud Boys group, which is known for violent street brawls and involvement in the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol and was banned by Facebook in 2018 as a hate group.…
Cold front sweeping across Lower 48, bringing change of seasons but flooding threat to the East
The Texas abortion law is a human rights crisis for American women, Uma Thurman writes in an op-ed
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Air Force inspector general will review Kabul drone strike that killed 10 civilians
Opinion: Wildfires are changing California forever and making it harder to see a future here
Initial revelations have spilled out steadily across Twitter since news of the hack broke last week, often under the hashtag #epikfail, but those studying the material say they will need months and perhaps years to dig through all of it.
But that veil abruptly vanished last week when a huge breach by the hacker group Anonymous dumped into public view more than 150 gigabytes of previously private data — including user names, passwords and other identifying information of Epik’s customers.…
Epik, the favorite Internet company of the far-right, has provided domain services to QAnon theorists, Proud Boys and other instigators of the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol — allowing them to broadcast hateful messages from behind a veil of anonymity.…
U.S. default this fall would cost 6 million jobs, wipe out $15 trillion in wealth, study says
In the Northern Hemisphere, the autumnal equinox means we are entering the dark season and inching closer toward winter. On Sept. 22, D.C. sees 12 hours and 8 minutes of daylight, with the sun rising at 6:56 a.m. and setting at 7:04 p.m.
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U.S. careens toward shutdown, financial crisis amid congressional stalemate
Opinion: It’s time to break up the military-industrial complex
New -- Economists find prolonged debt ceiling breach would: -- Cost up to ~6 million jobs -- Wipe out ~$15 trillion in household wealth -- Drive unemployment rate to ~9% -- Increase borrowing costs GOP refusing to help Ds/WH as clock ticks ...…
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Opinion: The CDC should let Americans decide for themselves if their risk warrants getting a booster shot
Protesters are marching in DC today for immigration reform, demanding that Congress include a pathway to citizenship in the budget reconciliation package and emphasizing the crucial role of immigrants in the U.S. economy.…
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Ranking the best and worst of the “Dancing With the Stars” premiere, which featured the show’s first same-sex partners
New: The massive #EpikFail hack has revealed embarrassing details of who’s behind the Proud Boys and other far-right websites. How hacktivists exposed the company "keeping far-right terrorist cesspools alive" @craigtimberg @HannahAllam
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Pets can help fight climate change with an insect-based diet. Owners just need to come around to the idea.
Analysis: Internet freedom down globally as many countries exploit tech regulations, report finds
President Biden announced plans to double the funding the United States provides each year to help developing nations cope with the ravages of climate change and build greener economies.
American Airlines chair and CEO Doug Parker joins The Post to discuss how the carrier is keeping its passengers and employees safe, its efforts to address the environmental cost of flying and the future of the travel industry.…
Global Opinions: Canada’s election was a pointless exercise. At least politicians can get back to work now.
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