Democracy Dies in Darkness
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FOREIGN SERVANTSSecret records of U.S. veterans’ work overseas
Two generals who oversaw U.S. supply routes through corruption-plagued Azerbaijan sought to profit from their connections once they retired. An Air Force lawyer objected. The Post sued to make the case public.
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Supporters line up to meet Herschel Walker on Saturday. (Demetrius Freeman/The Post)
Georgia remains “culturally red,” said one conservative-leaning voter backing Democratic Sen. Raphael G. Warnock. But “we’re not just partisan machines.”
Drag queens wave from a parade float in Taylor, Tex., on Saturday. (Sergio Flores for The Post)
Drag queens performed at last year’s event, prompting the ministers who co-sponsored it to exclude them this year — and city officials to launch a second, separate holiday parade.
A satellite view of the prison camp near Mirab Abaya, Ethiopia, on Nov. 2. (Maxar Technologies)
The most egregious killings by Ethiopian guards occurred at the Mirab Abaya prison camp, where current and retired Tigrayan soldiers were detained.
Lorie Smith at her web design studio in Littleton, Colo. (Rachel Woolf for The Post)
The Supreme Court on Monday will consider if web designer Lorie Smith’s refusal to create same-sex union sites violates Colorado’s public-accommodation law.
(Video: Allie Caren, Breanna Muir/The Post; photo: Amanda Andwrade-Rhoades for The Post)
Eddie Vedder and Patti LaBelle were among those recognizing George Clooney, Tania Léon, Gladys Knight, U2 and Amy Grant at the ceremony.
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