Democracy Dies in Darkness
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Venezuelan soldiers guard a polling station earlier this month in the province of Barinas. (AP)
Venezuela’s highest court will weigh the constitutionality of an article in the military code of justice banning “sexual acts against nature.” The decision of the Supreme Court of Justice comes five years after the advocacy group Egalitarian Venezuela filed a lawsuit asking it to repeal the provision.
The telescope will orbit the sun in an area where the unit can maintain its position relative to Earth almost — but not quite — effortlessly.
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The comedian, who died Friday, made life’s fundamental sadness relatable.
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Live Well This YearFrom the Archives
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Golden pothos. (Mariah Miranda for The Post)
Tony Flanders, a housing consultant at Factory Direct Homes, stands outside a manufactured home in Pittsford, Vt. (Hilary Swift for The Post)
For the first time since 1994, the government must update energy-efficiency standards for manufactured houses. Some, however, have already been finding workarounds.
China has provided scant evidence to back its grand promises of sustainability and a “carbon-neutral” Winter Olympics.
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Police, community members and others meet near the Columbia Heights Metro Station to discuss recent shootings and other crime in the area on Jan. 20. (Matt McClain/The Post)
Residents, who on Thursday toured the area with D.C. police and city leaders, say shootings have made them feel unsafe in their neighborhood.
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