Democracy Dies in Darkness
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Some epidemiologists and demographers predict the trend of older, sicker and poorer people dying at disproportionate rates will continue, raising hard questions about the trade-offs Americans are making in pursuit of normalcy — and at whose expense.
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Melissa Highsmith reunited with her parents for the first time in five decades thanks to a home DNA test, a marriage certificate and an amateur genealogist.
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The Liberian immigrants had tried to keep a low profile since someone — a stranger? a neighbor? — distributed hundreds of fliers labeling them a threat to White children.
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Homespun touches, including students' self-portraits, handwritten recipe cards and yes, the Bidens' pets, play a starring role in this year's decorations.
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Ukrainian forces aim a machine gun into the sky in the southern Mykolaiv region. (Heidi Levine for The Post)
While Russia has retreated on the ground, it has continued to strike Ukraine with Iranian-made Shahed drones, terrifying civilians and repeatedly knocking out water and power as winter sets in.