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Veterans ‘speak their own language.’ It’s helping save other vets amid mental-health crises.

A novel partnership between a California sheriff’s department and a Veterans Affairs hospital has already responded to more than 125 emergencies.

Florida man expected to plead guilty to mailing bombs to Trump critics

Cesar Sayoc, 57, was arrested in October after a series of devices were sent to Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and CNN, among others.

Fentanyl overdose deaths rising most sharply among African Americans

Overdoses related to fentanyl — which is often mixed with heroin, cocaine and other drugs — rose 141 percent each year, on average, from 2011 to 2016, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Harvard accused in lawsuit of retaining and profiting from images of slaves

A lawsuit calls on Harvard University to turn historical images of enslaved people over to a woman who claims to be a descendant of the man and girl who were photographed in 1850.

Meet Steve: Streaking, pulsing northern lights in the spring equinox sky

It spans the sky like a mega-size wad of chewing gum stretched taut. It glows from within, pulses gently and sometimes releases tentacles of dripping, green ectoplasm.

The U.S. should get more credit for ending slavery ‘within 150 years,’ Fox panelist says

"The truth is, throughout human history, slavery has existed, and America came along as the first country to end it within 150 years," contributor Katie Pavlich said. "And we get no credit for that.”

Tom Ford never called Melania Trump a ‘glorified escort,’ but a viral tweet fooled the Internet

The anonymous tweet claimed the designer said he refused to dress the first lady because "I have no interest in dressing a glorified escort who steals speeches and has bad taste in men."

How should colleges respond to new DeVos rules on campus sexual assault?

A law professor writes about the difficult choices universities will face under new Title IX rules, if approved, and how they should be planning for likely changes in the way sexual-assault allegations are handled on campus.

Millions watched her kids on YouTube. Off-screen, she was beating and starving them, police say.

The video-sharing website said it had demonetized the channel, but the case adds to growing questions about how the company polices its open-ended service.

Police said a millionaire’s murder was a robbery. The truth led to an international hunt for ‘The Black Widow.’

More than a decade after a young Canadian real estate developer was killed in San Juan, the victim's family finally has justice .

Woman used T-shirt cannon to launch drug-filled care package into prison yard, officials say

A spokesman for the Oklahoma Department of Corrections told The Post it was a “novel approach to a bad idea.”

Precision dining: Why this couple has been eating the same meal at the Texas Roadhouse six days a week for 15 years

The couple has simplified their lives so they no longer do grocery store trips, wash dishes or plan meals.
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