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U.S. will speed transfer of Abrams tanks to Ukraine, Pentagon says
The new plan calls for refurbishing tank hulls already in the U.S. arsenal rather than procuring new vehicles, which had been expected to take up to two years.
Rise of deadly fungus spotlights hospital infection-control challenges
On any given day, one in 31 hospital patients and one in 43 nursing home residents has an infection acquired while seeking medical care, according to the CDC.
Tech layoffs as told by CEOs in 48 all-staff memos
The Post looked at 48 layoff memos from tech companies ranging from Microsoft to start-ups to see how leaders spin their stories and justify their decisions.
Xi’s visit to Putin should worry the West
The Chinese leader is trying to strengthen his sway over Eurasia. If he succeeds, we will live in a darker world.
Amid the gloom of covid, a baby boom began
Covid-19 accomplished what would-be grandparents and government actuaries could not: It persuaded millennials to have children.
The porn star, the checks and the president: Trump’s tawdry path to peril
The first indictment of a former president may result from an episode with a long, rippling tail of criminal consequence.
New liver transplant rules yield winners, losers as wasted organs reach record high
The number of life-saving liver transplants has plummeted in some states that already struggled with higher death rates from liver disease and less access to health care.
3 intersecting truths drive the Trump hush-money case
The Trump case in New York will turn on these realities.
Why so many Americans feel left out
Most Americans now report feeling a sense of national non-belonging. This is a problem.