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Kanye West’s new album still hasn’t been released. The delay is nothing unusual for the rapper.
"Donda," which will be Kanye West's 10th studio album, has been pushed to August 6.
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D.C. police identify the two men fatally shot in the Truxton Circle neighborhood Sunday
They were identified as Jovan Hill Jr., 22, and Tariq Riley, 19
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Public schools in Prince George’s County will require masks in fall
The leader of the Md. school system made the announcement Monday.
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J.D. Vance’s plan to let parents vote for their kids might not work the way he thinks
Liberals have fewer kids at home, but Democrats don't.
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Heat dome expands across U.S. as monsoon rains drench Southwest
More than 30 million people could see highs above 100 degrees
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How much do you know about Japan?
Tokyo, Japan, is hosting the Summer Olympic Games this year. Test your knowledge of this East Asian country. 
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These USMNT players eye a future in coaching. That means class is in session.
Coaching courses began in July and will run into December, overlapping with league schedules and, in the case of the three men’s national team players, the Gold Cup.
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Blend your way to smoothies, soups and sauces with these 8 recipes
Blenders aren't just for smoothies — and these eight recipes, including soups and sauces, prove it.
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House Ethics Committee declines to investigate arrest of Rep. Beatty at voting-rights protest
In a statement, the panel noted that the Ohio Democrat had paid a fine before her release and that no additional legal action was expected from the July 15 episode.
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How Democrats can protect the immigrants on the pandemic’s front lines
Reform can be passed via reconciliation, without Republican votes.
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Biden says long-term effects of covid-19 can be considered a disability under federal civil rights laws
The administration’s announcement of the new policy was timed to coincide with the 31st anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act.
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France’s unhinged anti-vaccine movement is more than a threat to public health
As France's aggressive vaccine requirements come into force, the dark side of vaccine hesitancy has become even clearer.
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The real reason Republicans want to sabotage the investigation into Jan. 6
Their entire political enterprise is built on the very forces that led to the insurrection.
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Why it matters that Kinzinger and Cheney will serve on the Jan. 6 committee
They will bring credibility to the panel and might learn something along the way.
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The Daily 202: There is real political peril for politicians who politicize the coronavirus
But it's unclear how much spreading coronavirus misinformation will hurt lawmakers in the 2022 midterms.
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In the real world, Biden is tough on Cuba. In the right-wing world, he’s pro-Communist.
There’s not much Biden can do to aid Cuban protesters. But Republicans pretend otherwise.
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Tropical Storm Nepartak is swirling toward Japan, skirting the Olympics in Tokyo
The worst of the storm will focus north of Tokyo.
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Democrats move to elevate Cheney’s role on Jan. 6 commission, giving her prime speaking slot Tuesday
The Wyoming Republican will be one of two members of the nine member panel to deliver an opening statement at the committee’s first public hearing Tuesday.
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Pedestrian fatally struck in Alexandria
The crash occurred just after midnight Sunday on the Beltway near Richmond Highway.
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Chris Christie gets the Republican vaccine-hesitancy story almost right
In an interview over the weekend, he blamed government pressure. That's sort of right, but not in the way he meant.
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Biden nominates U.S. attorneys for D.C., Maryland
The appointments of Matthew M. Graves and Erek L. Barron are subject to Senate confirmation.
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How to clean your refrigerator and keep it that way
Cleaning the refrigerator is easy to neglect. Here's how to make it as efficient and painless as possible.
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Enough already. It’s time for vaccine entry passes.
We should follow France's lead.
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Frito-Lay workers end 20-day strike in Kansas with contract that guarantees one day off per week
Workers at the Topeka plant had called on the snack food giant to end forced overtime and 84-hour workweeks when the walkout began July 5.
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‘What Strange Paradise’ is a visceral account of a refugee’s desperation
Omar El Akkad’s novel about a Syrian boy’s panicked flight is a testament to the impossible predicament confronted by millions of people.
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The Technology 202: Chinese tech giants set their sights on Washington as they work to do damage control
The lobbying growth demonstrates the strained relationship between Chinese tech companies and the Biden administration
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The GOP has five factions now. They all see a different future for their party.
The Republicans' new voter coalition is no longer unified around the party’s old verities.
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Tips for renewing your lease that may save you time, money and headaches
There may be an apartment across town where the rent is lower, but when you consider the cost of a new deposit, utility transfer costs and moving truck fees, among other expenses, you may not be saving money after all.
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How to build a child’s self-esteem. Hint: It doesn’t involve praise.
Instead of heaping praise to boost self-esteem, help your child develop the skills to complete challenges on their own, and let competence breed confidence.
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What history tells us about the delta variant — and the variants that will follow
The delta variant: There is still so little we know for sure.
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