Democracy Dies in Darkness
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The stopgap bill would fund the government until Feb. 18, and the House could vote on it as soon as Thursday. But it’s unclear whether the measure can be rushed through the Senate by midnight Friday.
Tyler Steinkamp prepares for a Twitch stream at his home in Missouri. (Joe Martinez for The Post)
Ten hours a day, Twitch streamers such as Tyler Steinkamp broadcast the intimate details of their lives for an unforgiving crowd. The pressure is fueling major burnout among this kind of Internet celebrity.
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The report is prompting concerns that Iran is not serious about reinstating the 2015 nuclear deal.
Amazon's warehouse workers cite the constant monitoring as a reason to press for union representation.
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Zoom, Google, Microsoft and others say new tools will help improve the problems that ensue when some meeting attendees are in the office and others are at home.
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Cargo vessels share space with oil platforms near the Los Angeles-Long Beach port on Oct. 5. (AP)
Previous research had suggested a possible increase in storm intensity in recent decades, tied to climate change. This study also finds that hurricanes are increasing in frequency, a more controversial idea.
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(Tom McCorkle for The Post; food styling by Lisa Cherkasky for The Post)
Traditionally, it is a time to enjoy fried foods, which symbolizes the miracle of oil that was supposed to only last for one night but instead burned for eight. So, here are eight recipes from classic to perhaps new-to-you.
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