Democracy Dies in Darkness
Antiabortion supporters celebrate outside the Supreme Court. (Matt McClain/The Post)
Some advocacy groups and their allies are crafting legislative language that could be adopted in Republican-led state capitals.
The Blue Ridge Mountains in Shenandoah National Park. (Michael Robinson Chavez/The Post)
With his parents following him, an 18-year-old drove hundreds of miles to Shenandoah National Park, becoming one of the hundreds of people who go missing in a national park each year and triggering a frantic search to find him.
Nationals Manager Dave Martinez unsuccessfully pleads his case after a bizarre sequence in the fifth inning. (Katherine Frey/The Post)
The Nationals didn't record a fourth out in the fifth inning and, somehow, it cost them.
Barger and wife Sharon after his release on bond in 1980. He had spent more than a year in jail on federal racketeering conspiracy charges. (AP)
For decades, he was the public face of a nationwide counterculture tribe with a tradition of crime and violence — much of it involving Mr. Barger, a fact he boastfully acknowledged.
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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.
(Matt Roth for The Post)
The ailment in older adults has received little attention, even though research suggests seniors are more likely to develop it than younger or middle-aged adults.
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Suranne Jones as Anne Lister in HBO’s “Gentleman Jack.” (HBO)
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