Democracy Dies in Darkness
Trump supporters make their way up Constitution Avenue  on Jan. 6, 2021. (Michael S. Williamson/The Post)
Trump’s demands to lead a march to Capitol Hill sheds new light on his mindset as the siege began.
(Chelsea Conrad/Post Illustration)
U.S. costs remain lower than those in other countries with large economies. The Washington Post spoke to people around the world to see how high fuel expenses affect their lives and what governments are doing — if anything — to cushion the impact.
With his parents following him, an 18-year-old drove hundreds of miles to Shenandoah National Park, becoming one of the hundreds of people who go missing in a national park each year and triggering a frantic search to find him.
(Jessica Pons for The Post)
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A Digital Lightning crew unloads fireworks equipment in Middleburg, Va. (Ricky Carioti/The Post)
Fireworks companies are facing shortages for Independence Day celebrations after struggling through two years of disruption during the pandemic.
Planned Parenthood says it is removing some trackers and reevaluating its data-sharing with companies including Google and Facebook.
Ruja Ignatova vanished in 2017, three years after allegedly masterminding a global pyramid scheme that defrauded investors out of more than $4 billion.
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