Democracy Dies in Darkness
Multiple people were killed and injured in a shooting at Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Ill., on Tuesday. (The Post)
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In live testimony, Cassidy Hutchinson used vivid detail to recount scenes involving President Donald Trump and some of his closest associates.
President Biden, left, and Attorney General Merrick Garland. (Oliver Contreras for The Post)
Capital punishment is immoral, advocates say, and disproportionately affects minorities. Should it be levied against a self-avowed white supremacist charged with massacring Black people in Buffalo?
Sabrina Barger-Turner and her son, Aiden Turner, 13, go through her to-do list last week in Abingdon, Md. (Maansi Srivastava/The Post)
Rising housing costs, combined with persistent inflation for basic necessities like gas and food, have left more Americans newly homeless and millions more fearing they’ll soon lose their homes.
Amelia Clark, Miya Anderson, Ruby Isaacson and Landon Nelson are teenage leaders of a high school GSA club in Minnesota. (Jenn Ackerman for The Post)
Fears of out-and-proud students are spreading rapidly.
Police officers in riot gear watch on July 3, as demonstrators gather outside Akron City Hall to protest the killing of Jayland Walker, shot by police last week in the Ohio city. (Getty Images)
Eight Akron police officers fired dozens of rounds, killing Jayland Walker, a 25-year-old Black man, after a chase that began as a stop for traffic and equipment violations, police said.
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For many of those opposed to the decision, the rolling back of the constitutional right to an abortion was another example of how American democracy is broken.
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