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Fatigue can have many causes. There are ways to ease it.

washingtonpost.com > health

...Nothing prepared Linda C. Johnson of Indianapolis for the fatigue that descended on her after a diagnosis of Stage 4 lung cancer in early 2020.... ...But as she began to get her affairs in order, Johnson realized something else was going on.... ...scientist at the Regenstrief Institute in Indianapolis, which specializes in medical research, and a professor at Indiana University's School of... ...and chief medical officer at the University of Colorado Hospital....

favicon washingtonpost.com —  55+ min ago

What the U.S. can learn from how other democracies prosecuted ...

washingtonpost.com > politics

...In a first for the United States, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg announced Thursday that Donald Trump has been indicted.... ...After news of his indictment broke Thursday, he wrote in a post: "THE USA IS NOW A THIRD WORLD NATION.".... ...That's why this prosecution got started," Mark Tushnet, a professor emeritus of constitutional law at Harvard Law School, told The Washington Post... ...said Sam van der Staak, director for Europe at the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance....

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Want to choose a climate-friendly college? Here are some standouts.


...campus," said Lowe, who is associate vice president for facilities planning and management at Indiana's Ball State University.... ...Food waste overall is the single most common material dumped in landfills and incinerated in the United States, according to the Environmental Protection...

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Washington's best restaurants, according to the James Beard Awards


...The James Beard Awards have long been considered the Oscars of the culinary world, celebrating America's best chefs and restaurants.... ...(The awards weren't held in 2021, and no winners were announced in 2020, due to the pandemic and then a reckoning about racism and unacceptable behavior... ...Bread Furst, located in the Van Ness neighborhood on an unremarkable stretch of Connecticut Avenue NW, remains a remarkable place to get bread in... ...After Mark Furstenberg was named outstanding baker at the James Beard Awards in 2017 -- his third nomination in a category created three years earlier...

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How to tell images of Trump arrested, Pope in a coat were AI-made

washingtonpost.com > technology

...And AI-generated images depicted what looked like French President Emmanuel Macron caught up in a riot.... ...In the past week or so, people playing around with artificial intelligence software spit out fake images of Donald Trump being arrested and Pope ... ...The journalist Luke Bailey tweeted images of AI-generated unicycles that were laughably off base. Is there garbled text?... ...Bailey also showed an AI-generated image of Prince Harry clutching a bag of McDonald's food....

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Analysis | Come to Florida for the Low Taxes, Stay for the Climate ...

washingtonpost.com > business

..."It's pretty much business as usual," a local real estate agent told the Wall Street Journal not long after.... ...Fort Myers, Florida, was America's seventh-fastest-growing city, more than doubling in size during the three decades before Hurricane Ian crashed... ...One was Cape Coral, the metropolitan area that includes Fort Myers.... ...Some may be drawn by the "anti-woke" politics of Sun Belt meccas such as Arizona, Florida and Texas, though they are probably far from the majority...

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Analysis | All you need to know about the latest Obamacare ruling

washingtonpost.com > politics

...Today's edition: The annual financial outlook for the Medicare and Social Security programs could come as soon as today, The Health 202 has learned... ...A Texas federal judge yesterday invalidated the law's mandate that insurers cover certain preventive services for free, such as some cancer screenings... ...Nicholas Bagley, a University of Michigan health law professor:. The ruling was handed down by U.S.... ...Preventive Services Task Force, which is an independent group of experts and one of three entities that determines what kind of preventive services...

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Trump indicted in New York Stormy Daniels case: Latest updates

washingtonpost.com > politics

...The office of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg (D) urged House Republicans on Friday to withdraw a demand for information regarding its case... ...Dubeck, the general counsel for Bragg's office, chastised them for choosing to "collaborate" with the former president, who is now under indictment... ...Her letter is the latest in an exchange with Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), House Administration Committee Chairman Bryan Steil... ...(R-Wis.) and Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.)...

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What top Republican lawmakers said about the Nashville school ...

washingtonpost.com > politics

...The Republican lawmaker from Tennessee seemed to say the quiet part out loud. Coming out of the U.S. Capitol, Rep.... ...Tim Burchett was asked by reporters how Congress might respond to the mass killing Monday at a private school in Nashville.... ...The massacre in Nashville marked the 17th school shooting in the United States this year, according to tracking by The Washington Post.... ..."Well," Burchett said "we home-school her.". House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.)....

favicon washingtonpost.com —  41+ min ago

Bulgaria heads to 5th election in 2 years, but 6th may loom

washingtonpost.com > politics

...SOFIA, Bulgaria -- Bulgarians are heading to the polls on Sunday for the country's fifth general election in two years, amid concern over the war... ...in nearby Ukraine, political instability, and economic woes in the European Union's poorest member.... ...Hopes for implementing long-awaited anti-corruption reforms were scorched last June, when the pro-Western government of Prime Minister Kiril Petkov... ...Despite the basic consensus that Bulgaria should continue to be part of the European Union and NATO, there is disagreement on the extent to which...

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