Democracy Dies in Darkness
The case that the Supreme Court is hearing Wednesday could fundamentally alter oversight on legislative maps and other high-stakes, election-related issues.
Cedric McMillan, left, and Dallas McCarver in 2017. McCarver died months later. McMillan died in April. (AP)
A Washington Post investigation into the deaths of more than two dozen bodybuilders reveals the devastating consequences of a sport that for years has operated under the halo of health and fitness.
(Ben Mounsey-Wood for The Post)
Expensive airport renovations aim to woo travelers with high ceilings, indoor trees, natural light and new tech in the security line.
(Matthias Schrader/AP)
The decision to allow the encryption of photos, videos and messages that users store in the cloud ends a years-long stalemate over law enforcement's objections to the plan. The change will go into effect by the end of the year for users in the United States, the company said.
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