Democracy Dies in Darkness
Former vice president Mike Pence speaks at an event in Chicago last week. (Anthony Vazquez/Chicago Sun-Times/AP)
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.
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The train was traveling from Los Angeles to Chicago when it struck a construction vehicle at a crossing in Mendon, Mo., Amtrak said.
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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Podcaster Joe Oltmann. (Olivia Sun/Colorado Sun via Report for America)
Joe Oltmann has built a sprawling political network in Colorado marked by false 2020 claims and suggestions that opponents be hanged.
In at least 178 cases over three years, law enforcement killed the individuals they were called to assist.
The recipients are Spec. 5th Class Dwight D. Birdwell, Maj. John J. Duffy, Spec. 5th Class Dennis M. Fujii and Staff Sgt. Edward N. Kaneshiro.
Michael Derry is the superintendent of the Utopia Independent School District, where some school personnel are armed. (Joshua Lott/The Post)