Democracy Dies in Darkness
By a slim margin, the Knesset approved a diverse governing coalition, ending Benjamin Netanyahu's tenure as Israel’s longest-serving leader. The new government will be headed by right-wing lawmaker Naftali Bennett.
The judge took particular issue with the complaint equating the threat of termination to medical experimentation during the Holocaust, calling the comparison “reprehensible.”
With mountains of boxes and bubble wrap from online pandemic shopping now going in the trash, Maine is trying to enact what is known as an extended producer-responsibility program.
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The roots of former president Donald Trump’s power in the Republican Party can be traced back to the backlash following the 2008 election and financial crisis.
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Ben Frazier voices opposition to Florida's plans to ban the teaching of critical race theory in public schools. (AP)
Thousands of people across the country gathered to oppose efforts to clamp down on what teachers can say in class about racism, sexism and oppression.
The 1938 Fair Labor Standards Act excluded farmworkers, domestic workers and other professions dominated by workers of color.
The area around the South Crofty mine in Camborne, England, on Friday. (Guy Martin/Panos for The Post)
Locals noted the contrast between luxury hotels and food banks. In an area of St. Ives, where the G-7 leaders are staying at the Tregenna Castle Hotel, more than a third of children are estimated to be living in poverty.
La'Tanya Christopher stands in front of the old Salisbury courthouse in May. It was the scene of lynchings, including that of Garfield King, who is related to the courthouse employee. (Karl Merton Ferron/Baltimore Sun)
A historical marker was unveiled outside the Wicomico County courthouse where two lynchings took place.
Tomorrow and Tuesday continue warm with a few showers and storms here and there as a series of weak disturbances move thorough.
Two of the world's biggest soccer tournaments overlap this month. Here's where to find fans of your favorite team, or just a great soccer bar.
Dauphine’s nails so many of the details, with design to match.
Our favorite activities are coming back as restrictions officially lift across the region.
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In the wake of the recent fighting, we asked a Palestinian American entrepreneur who lives near Ramallah and an Israeli journalist who lives near Tel Aviv to correspond with each other.
The surgeon who treated the war wounds of the former senator was Armenian. Now, finally, the United States, has formally recognized the 1915 atrocity.
Volunteers with the Capital Area Food Bank deliver boxes of food to the Southeast Tennis and Learning Center in Washington in April. (Amanda Andrade-Rhoades for The Post)
Too many food programs focus on providing adequate calories rather than adequate nutrition, experts say.
Your children weren’t identified as contacts, so you didn’t tell your friends there were positive cases at their school.
Older man who wants companionship asked old lady friend to lunch. Should he immediately share his goal?
Reader is annoyed that one night she made dinner and he didn’t eat it.
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Dawoud Bey, Jasper Johns and “Automania” are among the many compelling reasons to visit museums this summer.
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The game is “the Han Solo simulator” said the studio’s managing director.
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Photographer Tina Russell documented the days inside her extended family after her grandmother died of covid-19.