Democracy Dies in Darkness
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Stephen G. Breyer is the court’s oldest justice and has been under unprecedented pressure to retire while Democrats have narrow control of the Senate, which must confirm Supreme Court nominees.
Breyer’s decision gives President Biden the chance to make his mark on the Supreme Court by nominating the first African-American female justice and reinforcing the court’s liberal minority.
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Justice Stephen Breyer in his office last year. (Bill O'Leary/The Post)
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A proposed copper and nickel mine near the popular Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness has been at the center of a tug of war between Democratic and Republicans administrations.
The Sagamore subdivision in Superior, Colo., was completely destroyed by the Marshall Fire in late December. (Chet Strange for The Post)
When the Sagamore subdivision was built in the 1990s, wildfires did not loom as a threat. But last month, all of Sagamore burned to the ground in minutes.
Democratic state Sen. Joseph D. Morrissey signaled that he would support Andrew Wheeler.
The move signals that rank-and-file members are looking for creative ways to advance climate legislation, regardless of the fate of Build Back Better and its $555 billion in climate spending.
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(Hadley Green/The Post)
Here is the state of 5G in early 2022, and why it has airlines, government agencies and wireless carriers duking it out in public.
Not all legalization proponents are convinced Amazon is a true ally, however.
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“Brain,” by Daniela Edburg. (Daniela Edburg/Art Museum of the Americas)
‘Women in All Their Diversity’ may not quite live up to the broad title, but this group exhibition is a testament to women’s creativity.
The honorees will be celebrated at gala in November and will have their portraits added to the Smithsonian museum's collection.
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