Democracy Dies in Darkness
President Biden enters the Cross Hall of the White House to deliver remarks regarding the Supreme Court overturning of Roe v. Wade on Friday. (Demetrius Freeman/The Post)
A growing number of Democrats are voicing anger at what they see as the passivity of President Biden and other party leaders in the face of hard-hitting GOP tactics on abortion and other issues.
Police investigate where dozens of people were found dead in a truck in San Antonio on Monday. (AP)
The truck was found by agents from Homeland Security Investigations, a branch of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement that specializes in human trafficking cases. Rescuers pulled 16 other people from the vehicle, authorities said.
BriTanya Bays cuts the ribbon Feb. 18 during a reopening ceremony for the licensed child-care business she runs out of her home in Stamford, Tex. (Bonnie Jo Mount/The Post)
States have gotten millions of dollars in federal aid for child care, the first major infusion in decades. But only a handful are using it to address issues in the day-care industry.
The U.S. surgeon general, who has lost 10 family members to covid-19, wants to make his mark on our epidemic of loneliness.
The ailment in older adults has received little attention, even though research suggests seniors are more likely to develop it than younger or middle-aged adults.
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Ed Gonzalez wrote President Biden nearly a year after his Senate confirmation hearing to say he decided to bow out “after much prayer and deep consideration.”
Republican gubernatorial candidate Darren Bailey attends the Save America Rally in Mendon, Ill., on Saturday. (Reuters)
Critics have accused Gov. J.B. Pritzker and the Democratic Governors Association of trying to ensure that the Republican nominee will be Darren Bailey, a rural state lawmaker who has called for kicking the city of Chicago out of the state of Illinois.
Group of Seven nations are pursuing the implementation of a price cap on Russian oil, and NATO member states are slated to announce they will boost the number of forces kept at a high readiness level.
The John E. Amos coal-fired power plant. (Stacy Kranitz for The Post)
Kayrros, a firm that analyzes satellite data, says emissions of the potent greenhouse gas “appear to be going in the wrong direction.”