Democracy Dies in Darkness
Former president Donald J. Trump speaks at CPAC on March 4. (Jabin Botsford/The Post)

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The Washington Post and Ipsos asked nearly 400 AR-15 owners why they own the rifle, what they use it for and how often they fire it. Here’s what the poll found.
The panel installed by DeSantis said the Reedy Creek Improvement District transferred much of its power to Disney in an 11th-hour agreement.
States will begin this week to sever an anticipated 15 million low-income Americans from Medicaid rolls that ballooned during the pandemic.
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More than 5,000 pages from a Moscow-based contractor offer a glimpse into planning and training that would allow Russia’s intelligence agencies and hacking groups to find vulnerabilities, coordinate attacks and control online activity.
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A new study in the journal Science is challenging some of the best-known depictions of dinosaurs in television and movies, saying the T. rex family had scaly lips covering their teeth.
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