Democracy Dies in Darkness
Ad
Image
After a months-long investigation, the state attorney general’s report paints a devastating portrait of behavior by New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo (D), finding that he harassed 11 women. Investigators said witnesses also described an environment in the governor’s office that was abusive and vindictive.
The White House’s new efforts come after intense pressure from Democrats on Capitol Hill. An eviction moratorium initially authorized by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention expired over the weekend.
Image
RetropolisThe Past, Rediscovered
The reburial sparked an angry protest from some members of the Tulsa Mass Graves Public Oversight Committee, which is overseeing the investigation into whether bodies from the 1921 rampage were dumped into a pit at the city-owned Oaklawn Cemetery.
An early flurry of litigation even before legislative and congressional maps have been drawn signals how intense the fight for partisan power will be in the coming year.
Sens. Rob Portman and Patrick J. Toomey are at odds over how to treat taxes related to Bitcoin, showing how new rifts are emerging over how to pay for the $1 trillion infrastructure proposal moving through Congress.
Ad
Ad
Tokyo Olympicschevron-rightSchedule, events and more

Medals

Number of gold, silver, and bronze medals earned by each participating country
RankCountryGold Medals ReceivedSilver Medals ReceivedBronze Medals ReceivedTotal Medals Received
1United States24282173
2China32211669
3Russian O.C.13211852
More Top Stories
Legislators and voting rights advocates have converged in Washington to press senators to pass voting rights reform before their summer recess.
Ilya Chekh, chief of Motorica, which produces innovative hand protheses for adults and children, at the Skolkovo Innovation Center in Moscow. (Arthur Bondar for The Post)
Climate models project that heat waves will regularly break records and induce more heat stress before the end of the century.
The honor came after a months-long debate on how to honor those who defended the U.S. Capitol.
Morning Mixchevron-rightStories from all over
Ad
Ad
Trending
(Allie Caren/The Washington Post)
To some, carrying a card to verify you've had a vaccination seems like a foreign concept. But vaccine cards, or yellow cards, have been used for decades.
Nina Turner, a Democratic candidate for a U.S. House seat, in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, on Friday. (Getty Images)
Former state senator Nina Turner is locked in a bitter fight with Shontel Brown, a Cuyahoga County councilor and chair of the local Democratic Party. Turner, who co-chaired Sen. Bernie Sanders’s (I-Vt.) last presidential campaign, entered the race as the best-known candidate, and an ally of the left-wing “squad” of House Democrats.
Many Saudis see the moves as further evidence that Mohammed bin Salman is liberalizing the kingdom, but the developments also reflect his continuing effort to consolidate power and clip the wings of anyone who could challenge him.
Visitors from a charity that manages historic sites assess the damage to Hurst Castle. (Tori Ferenc for The Post)
The case is the latest test between Rastafarian culture and authorities.
Housing advocates in Europe have warned that millions of households could be at risk of of losing their homes in the coming months.
Ad
Ad
The private-equity giant is known for deep connections to the halls of power in Washington.
The husband initially asked officers for directions, then an officer noticed a firearm sticking out of his shorts.
Office of Unified Communications dispatcher Cynthia Little answers calls in 2013. (Jared Soares for The Post)
District officials are concerned that the frequent use of leave by center workers, which can result in 12-to-16-hour shifts for those on duty, is wearing out workers and could result in dire consequences. Workers, meanwhile, are asking for more support services to help them cope with a stressful job that has been made more difficult by the pandemic.
At the Art Museum of the Americas, “No Ocean Between Us” features work by Wilfredo Lam and others.
La Brasita review: The star of this family-owned restaurant is a pupusa that finds a connection between El Salvador and the Chesapeake Bay.
WIT’s artistic and executive director is steering the improv institution back into in-person performances.
Less than half of Tyson’s 139,000 workers are currently vaccinated, CEO Donnie King said in a memo to employees.
J. Allen Brack was specifically named in the sexual harassment and gender discrimination lawsuit filed against Activision Blizzard on July 20.
This file photo shows the Boeing CST-100 Starliner spacecraft secured atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket. (AFP/Getty Images)
Boeing was hoping to kick off Orbital Flight Test 2 at 1:20 p.m. Tuesday. The capsule and rocket were poised to blast off from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida.
The union that lost the initial vote said the recommendation comes from a National Labor Relations Board hearing officer, who wrote that Amazon’s tactics improperly skewed union election results.
Market WatchLast Updated: Today at 4:20 p.m. ET
Dow 35,116.40
Today arrow-up 0.80%
S&P 4,423.15
Today arrow-up 0.82%
NASDAQ 14,761.29
Today arrow-up 0.55%
Ad
;