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Taliban-run Kabul municipality to female workers: Stay home
KABUL, Afghanistan — Female employees in the Kabul city government have been told to stay home, with work only allowed for those who cannot be replaced by men, the interim mayor of Afghanistan’s capital said Sunday, detailing the latest restrictions on women by the new Taliban rulers. Witnesses, meanwhile, said an explosion targeted a Taliban...
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Pompeo: US military was under ‘political pressure’ to carry out drone strike
Pompeo called the killing of aid worker Zemari Ahmadi and members of his family on Aug. 29  a "tragedy" and offered his "apologies."
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Gabby Petito case: ‘Possibility’ Brian Laundrie hurt himself in Florida, cops say
There is a "possibility" Brian Laundrie has hurt himself in the sprawling Florida wildlife reserve as dual searches continue for him and his missing girlfriend Gabby Petito, police told The Post Sunday.
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Woman’s obituary blames unvaccinated for her COVID-19 death
Candace Cay Ayers died of COVID-19 after her family believes she caught the virus while visiting an unvaccinated friend in Mississippi.
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Beto O’Rourke plans political comeback with bid for Texas governor
Former US Rep. Beto O'Rourke is preparing to run for governor of Texas -- as a new poll showed the onetime Democratic presidential hopeful gaining ground against Republican Gov. Greg Abbott.
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Biden, Macron to talk amid diplomatic rift over submarine deal with Australia
The Biden administration announced a deal to sell nuclear submarines to Australia along with Britain scuttling a 2016 contract with France.
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Multiple injuries reported after military plane crashes into Texas homes
A military training aircraft crashed Sunday morning in Lake Worth, Texas, leaving two homes "heavily damaged" and injuring as many as three people.
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Trump says US becoming a ‘cesspool of humanity’ amid border crisis
Upon taking office in January, Biden began rolling back or dumping many of Trump's immigration policies that led many immigrants in Mexico and Central American countries to believe they would be welcome in the US.​
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Biden actually the divider-in-chief, not ‘uniter,’ new poll finds
A majority of American voters believe the nation has become less united since President Biden took office in January, a new poll released Sunday shows.
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Walmart worker’s resignation in Louisiana goes viral: ‘F–k this job’
Beth McGrath's Facebook video of her unorthodox resignation has now gone viral, with more than 160,000 views and growing.
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Principal of Idaho charter school and father of seven dies from COVID-19
The school board at Heritage Community Charter School in Caldwell announced the death of Javier Castaneda in a letter to parents.
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Elon Musk donates $50M to Inspiration4’s St. Jude’s fundraiser
Elon Musk, the founder of SpaceX, chipped in $50 million for St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital to help it exceed Inspiration4's $200 million fundraising goal.
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Gabby Petito case: Cops obtain cell tracking data for missing woman and Brian Laundrie
Police in Florida investigating the disappearances of Gabby Petito and her fiancé, Brian Laundrie, have obtained some cell phone tracking data for them.
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Gabby Petito, Brian Laundrie ‘seemed happy’ on way to Yellowstone: Utah shop owner
The owner of the Rustic Row in Victor says Gabby Petito and her fiancé, Brian Laundrie, stopped into their store on their way to Yellowstone National Park.
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Tropical Storm Peter forms over the Atlantic Ocean
Tropical Storm Peter became the sixteenth named storm over the open Atlantic this season, according to the National Hurricane Center.
Florida operates windshield wipers with hand, prompting community fundraiser
The video, viewed thousands of times on social media, shows a man dangerously operating his windshield wipers manually with his left arm while driving.
Texas rep slams response to migrant surge at border
A Texas congressman slammed the White House response to the humanitarian crisis at the border, as mostly Haitian migrants flood the Del Rio crossing.
Two women nabbed for stealing MAGA hat, ripping Trump sign learn their fate
Two women arrested for ripping a "Make America Great Again" hat off a child's head and destroying Trump signs will escape jail time, according to a report.
Day one of search for Brian Laundrie ends with ‘nothing found’
North Port police paused its search for Brian Laundrie, the boyfriend of the missing Gabby Petito, due to darkness following the first day of the manhunt.
California’s Giant Forest — and world’s largest tree — still under wildfire threat
General Sherman, the world's largest tree, is from the raging KNP Complex wildfire in California — for now.
CIA warned of kids near target of Kabul drone strike with seconds to spare: report
Intelligence officials warned the military that children may have been in or near a car targeted in an Aug. 29 drone strike in Kabul which left 10 innocents dead, according to a report.
Photo shows person who looks like Brian Laundrie walking Florida street just before police search
Authorities are probing whether a cellphone photo taken Friday of a man cops say looks a "heck" of a lot like the boyfriend of missing Long Island woman Gabby Petito, is indeed Brian Laundrie.
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Lee Zeldin, NY’s likely GOP gov nominee, confirms leukemia battle
Long Island Rep. Lee Zeldin said Saturday that he has been diagnosed with cancer — and is in remission after nine months of treatment.
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‘Secret office’ mansion owned by Larry Page burns down
A multi-million dollar home owned by Google billionaire Larry Page -- allegedly being used as a secret office -- burned to the ground last week, according to a report.
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SF Giants jumbotron divorcee says he’s ‘most eligible bachelor”
Max Blue, whose pal celebrated his divorce with a jumbotron message at a San Francisco Giants game, has dubbed himself "the most eligible bachelor in McCovey Cove now."
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Kamala Harris wins coin toss for her alma mater at Howard-Hampton football game
Vice President Kamala Harris received a rousing reception Saturday as she surprised fans at Washington DC's Audi Field ahead of the annual Howard-Hampton University football matchup.
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US to send 400 CBP agents to Del Rio, Texas in ‘surge’ to restore order
A "surge" of 400 Border Patrol agents will be sent to Del Rio, Texas in a bid to restore order, the US Department of Homeland Security said.
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Sarah Palin says she’s unvaccinated because of COVID-19 ‘immunity’
Sarah Palin has not received the COVID-19 vaccine because she's already had the virus and recovered from it, "creating an immunity."
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‘No one has apologized’: Afghan relatives of US airstrike victims
Some 19 days after the U.S. government claimed it thwarted an ISIS-K terror attack with a targeted drone strike on a terrorist bomber.
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AOC’s ‘Tax the Rich’ dress designer Aurora James owes debt in multiple states
Aurora James called her "Tax the Rich" dress for Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez a "powerful message" — but it's not one she has taken to heart.
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