Democracy Dies in Darkness
Cassidy Hutchinson prepares to testify before the House committee on Tuesday. (Demetrius Freeman/The Post)
Former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson’s revelations about conversations before, during, and after Jan. 6 offer new insight that legal experts said could be of use to prosecutors as they weigh a case against Donald Trump.
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America's most famous doctor on giving your adversaries the benefit of the doubt, navigating PTSD and working way too much.
Eli Skrypczak, trekking through New Mexico backcountry earlier this month, was returning home on an Amtrak train that derailed. (Courtesy of Dan Skrypczak)
Eli Skrypczak played on his phone Monday afternoon while aboard an Amtrak train hurtling through the heartland of Missouri. The 15-year-old Boy Scout and hundreds of other passengers were unaware of the dump truck ahead that was about to change their lives.
Abortion rights supporters cheer outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in West Hollywood, Calif. (AP)
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Faith Lippincott and daughter Addy, 10, at a sunken boat exposed in Lake Mead. (Roger Kisby for The Post)
Handguns, baby strollers, vintage Coors cans, exploded ordnance and other artifacts are stoking the imagination of those watching the nation’s largest reservoir shrink to about a quarter of its former size.
In poorer, less-wired parts of the U.S., it’s harder to find credible news about your local community. That has dire implications for democracy.
It's unclear how close the Colorado man was before the attack, but the Park Service said it was another case of a visitor getting “too close to the animal.”
This Sept. 21, 2010, photo shows the death chamber at California's San Quentin State Prison. (AP)
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Fifty years ago, the Supreme Court abolished the death penalty — then reinstated it four years later. Three backers of capital punishment came to regret their position.
A 36-year-old man was paralyzed from the "chest down" after being transported in a New Haven, Conn., police van, according to his attorneys.
The 5-to-4 ruling limits the reach of a 2020 decision that reclassified a large swath of the state as Indian land.
Suranne Jones as Anne Lister in HBO’s “Gentleman Jack.” (HBO)
"Gentleman Jack," "Trixie Motel" and "This Is Going to Hurt" demonstrate how gay stories have become everyone's stories.
Volumes I and II of ‘The Complete Works of W.H. Auden: Poems” delve deeply into the masterful works I have long admired.