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  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 25, 2021

    FACEBOOK BANS MYANMAR'S MILITARY, CITING THREAT OF NEW VIOLENCE AFTER FEB. 1 COUP

    The ban, which also affects Facebook subsidiary Instagram, extends a series of actions in recent years to sharply limit the ability...

    Action, Advertising, Actions
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 25, 2021

    TRANSGENDER RIGHTS

    At birth, a person is usually assigned a gender - male or female - based largely on anatomy. But for some people, their innate sense...

    Rights, Right
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 25, 2021

    VIACOMCBS WILL ENTER THE STREAMING WARS WITH PARAMOUNT PLUS ON MARCH 4

    A late streaming entrant makes its case.

  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 25, 2021

    NATION'S MOST POPULOUS COUNTY MANDATES EXTRA $5 IN PANDEMIC ‘HERO PAY' FOR SOME GROCERY WORKERS

    Experts say the passage of a temporary pay bump for some grocery workers in Los Angeles County is notable amid industry opposition.

    Industry, Industries
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 25, 2021

    CAN A VACCINATED PERSON STILL SPREAD THE CORONAVIRUS?

    Nine vaccines have proved effective at protecting people from developing symptoms of Covid-19, the disease that can result from infection...

    Jobs, Job
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 25, 2021

    ‘PERSONA 5 STRIKERS' IS THE WILDEST MUSOU GAME IN YEARS

    The Musou genre may be repetitive, but that's the point.

  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 25, 2021

    A ‘CHEF FARMER' PIVOTS TO SURVIVE THE PANDEMIC AND HEARTBREAKING LOSS

    A Colorado restaurateur and his community relied on each other through last year's tragic upheavals. What emerged was a gutsy reinvention...

  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 25, 2021

    USPS HEAD LOUIS DEJOY TO ADDRESS HOUSE PANEL WITH AGENCY IN CRISIS AND AS DEMOCRATS CLAMOR FOR HIS REMOVAL

    Postmaster General Louis DeJoy faces the House Committee on Oversight and Reform. The Postal Service is battling financial and service...

    Service, Services, Housing, House
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 25, 2021

    WILDE LAKE, IN COLUMBIA, MD., WHERE DIVISIONS FADE AND LITERATURE ABIDES

    WHERE WE LIVE | The village was the first of 10 built as part of James Rouse's famed planned community

  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 25, 2021

    WHY FEELING BAD AFTER COVID VACCINE JAB COULD BE GOOD: QUICKTAKE

    As Covid-19 vaccines are rolled out across the world, a growing band of recipients are complaining of being flattened by side effects,...

    World
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 25, 2021

    HOW TO FIND A QUALIFIED HOME INSPECTOR

    REAL ESTATE MATTERS | The buyer should ask for copies of recent inspection reports to review. The report should be easy to read, and...

    Real Estate
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 25, 2021

    MAJOR TRUMP BACKER REBEKAH MERCER ORCHESTRATES PARLER'S SECOND ACT

    Rebekah Mercer, a daughter of a major Republican donor, is a founding investor of Parler, where she reportedly is pulling strings....

  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 25, 2021

    OLD SCHOOL AIRSTREAMS ENJOY PANDEMIC-ERA POPULARITY

    Despite being forced to close for six-weeks early in the pandemic, retail sales at Airstream dealerships jumped 22 percent in 2020...

    Sale
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 25, 2021

    CAPITOL HILL CO-LIVING APARTMENT SWITCHES GEARS FOR THE PANDEMIC

    TOWN SQUARE | While the developers maintained the floor plans as designed, they hired a landscape architect to create more outdoor...

  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 25, 2021

    BIDEN TO ORDER SWEEPING REVIEW OF U.S. SUPPLY CHAIN WEAK SPOTS

    President Biden on Wednesday will formally order a 100-day government review of potential vulnerabilities in U.S. supply chains for...

    Government, Computer
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 25, 2021

    TEXAS ENERGY BOARD MEMBERS RESIGN OVER STATE'S BUNGLED SNOWSTORM RESPONSE

    Five members of the powerful ERCOT energy regulation board have resigned amid persistent blackouts across Texas' grid.

    Energy, Energies
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 25, 2021

    NET NEUTRALITY LAW TO TAKE EFFECT IN CALIFORNIA AFTER JUDGE DEALS BLOW TO TELECOM INDUSTRY

    California can begin enforcing its first-in-the-nation net neutrality law after a federal judge on Tuesday ruled against broadband...

    Telecom, Internet, Industry, Industries
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 25, 2021

    GROWING COMPUTER CHIP SHORTAGE ALARMS BIDEN AND CONGRESS

    Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer called the current lack of production capacity “a dangerous weak spot in our economy and in our...

    Security, Economy, Computer
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 25, 2021

    TAX SEASON 2021: YOUR TAX AND STIMULUS PAYMENT QUESTIONS AND MORE ANSWERED

    This FAQ addressed top issues from taxpayers for the 2021 tax season. People still aren't sure about the taxability of the stimulus...

    Taxes, Tax
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 25, 2021

    TOM VILSACK CONFIRMED BY THE SENATE FOR A SECOND STINT AS AGRICULTURE SECRETARY AT A TIME OF GROWING FOOD INSECURITY BECAUSE OF THE PANDEMIC

    The former Iowa Governor served in the same role for eight years in the Obama Administration, and has pledged to focus on racial justice...