Democracy Dies in Darkness
Hurricane Ian
Ian in S.C.
Charleston, S.C., on Friday. (The Post and Courier via AP)
At least 23 deaths in Florida have been attributed to the storm, which will head into the Southeast. The toll is likely to rise, officials said.
A rally and concert in Moscow. (Getty Images)
Ukrainian officials claim that Russian soldiers are now trapped in the city. If Ukraine recaptures Lyman, it would count as Kyiv’s most significant victory in the Donbas region since the start of Russia’s full-scale invasion.
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Amazon, which is paying more than $1 billion to broadcast Thursday night games, was introduced to what is a difficult balancing act for the NFL’s media partners.
A rally for Iran in Sydney. (EPA-EFE/Shutterstock)
The protests have allowed members of the diaspora community to reconnect with their homeland. But they have also reinforced the pain of separation and exposed again the brutality of a government willing to resort to deadly force to stay in power.
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The former president seems inclined to stick with a more combative approach, those close to him say, potentially placing him on a collision course with the Justice Department.
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Bette Midler, Kathy Najimy and Sarah Jessica Parker reprise their roles as the wickedly funny Sanderson sisters.
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