Democracy Dies in Darkness
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Breyer stepping down
Breyer, 83, is the court’s oldest justice and has been under unprecedented pressure to retire while Democrats have narrow control of the Senate.
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Often overshadowed by the late liberal icon Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Justice Stephen G. Breyer will leave a legacy as a steadfast supporter of abortion rights, the environment and health-care coverage.
Kyiv could soon confront the full power of a Russian military that has changed markedly since the last time Moscow invaded Ukraine.
The tragic story, which played out on social media, touched a nerve as many in China asked why the teen had been so repeatedly failed by the country’s social safety net.
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The Sagamore subdivision in Superior, Colo., was completely destroyed by the Marshall Fire in late December. (Chet Strange for The Post)
When the Sagamore subdivision was built in the 1990s, wildfires did not loom as a threat. But last month, all of Sagamore burned to the ground in minutes.
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Supreme Court Justices Neil M. Gorsuch, Elena Kagan and Stephen G. Breyer. (Getty Images)
The FixAnalysis
In part because of the timing, his retirement probably won’t change much about the trajectory of decisions on abortion rights, at least in the short term.
The FixAnalysis
It's hardly a cure-all for a Democratic Party facing a deficit on the court, but it's still big, for a host of reasons.
If Stephen Breyer's replacement doesn't yield controversy, it will be unusual.
The cooperator, Joseph Ellicott, witnessed the congressman attend parties involving "frat party" behavior, his attorney said.
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While his stats should have rocketed him into the Hall of Fame on the first ballot, some writers couldn’t look at Barry Bonds simply as numbers on the back of a baseball card.
Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen never got a chance in overtime against the Chiefs. (AP)
The discussions will come in the aftermath of Sunday's Chiefs-Bills thriller, in which Buffalo never had possession of the ball in overtime.
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Hugh Hefner at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles in 2010. (AP)
The “Secrets of Playboy” docuseries examines Hefner with insights from those who defend his progressiveness and those who want to break "the illusion."
“Women in All Their Diversity” may not quite live up to the broad title, but this group exhibition is a testament to women’s creativity.
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