Democracy Dies in Darkness
A person familiar with the investigation said agents were conducting a court-authorized search as they probe the potential mishandling of classified documents that were shipped to Mar-a-Lago.
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His challenge now, supporters say, is to turn this moment into a pivot point that reorients his presidency and energizes Democrats.
Workers wait for a delivery of rocks while Burley Sizemore Jr., right, brings lunch. (Jessica Tezak for The Post)
Eastern Kentucky floods destroyed roads and homes. But in the aftermath, communities have come together to rebuild, a sign of the deep roots here.
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Ukrainian forces are launching a counteroffensive aimed at reclaiming the southern city of Kherson.
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Travis and Gregory McMichael and William Bryan sought to serve their time in federal prison, which they said would be safer.
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