Democracy Dies in Darkness
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Shutdown threat, defense bill snags and potential debt limit drama all point to an excruciating new reality on Capitol Hill.
This week’s abortion argument, and anger about past GOP confirmation maneuvers, has accelerated an urgency among some Democrats to alter how the court operates.
A worker administers a coronavirus test to a traveler at San Francisco International Airport on Thursday. (David Paul Morris/Bloomberg News)
The virus comes at us in waves, raising and dashing hopes as it ebbs and surges, or as scientists respond with countermeasures.
At least 100 threats or threatening social media posts have emerged since Tuesday’s shooting in Oxford, Mich., the county sheriff said.
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A flare burns methane produced by an oil well in North Dakota. (AP)
The House Science Committee is demanding data on methane leaks from oil and gas firms to try to slash a greenhouse gas that the United States has pledged to cut by 30 percent by the end of the decade.
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Republican Sens. Ted Cruz (Texas) and Mike Lee (Utah) led the charge to shut down the government over Biden's vaccine mandates. (Bill O'Leary/The Post)
And 11 questions with South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg, who's under investigation over whether he should be impeached after pleading no contest to two misdemeanors in a 2020 car crash that killed a pedestrian.
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