Democracy Dies in Darkness
Rosemarie Santiago sits at home with her son Jericho, who was born while she was incarcerated in Manila. (Hannah Reyes Morales for The Post)
The number of drug-related charges filed against women has soared, leading to overcrowded jails and hundreds of pregnant detainees. Some women tend to their children in dismal conditions, sometimes handcuffed to their hospital beds. Others surrender the child to family.
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Congressional Republicans said on April 11 President Biden's infrastructure plan is too expensive — and too wide ranging to be called an “infrastructure” bill.
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The huge gap, which represents the third-largest monthly deficit in history, was driven by the millions of $1,400 stimulus checks.
People gather outside the Georgia Capitol last month to protest voting legislation. (Reuters)
Business interests and voting rights activists gear up to fight GOP-backed measures under consideration in states such as Texas, Florida, Michigan and Arizona.
The Internet is mature enough that, in some cases, individuals can raise more money than institutions.
AAPI voters turned out in record numbers last year to support Joe Biden over then-President Donald Trump and were crucial to the president’s win in Georgia.
How the president is pursuing his agenda.
President Biden’s transition has been slower than previous ones. 
Mexico says it has no room for many of the Central American families the Biden administration planned to expel.
The original photos were taken as part of the induction into the infamous Tuol Sleng prison, which operated from 1975 to 1979, a place where thousands of Cambodians were tortured and died during the Khmer Rouge’s reign of terror.
The cost of caring for the substantial aging population has fallen disproportionately on women, many of them unmarried, who have sacrificed careers and retirement savings to care for their elders.
Jonathan Greenblatt, chief executive of the Anti-Defamation League, suggested advertisers boycott the show.
A view of Devil’s Canyon, also called Ga’an Canyon by the Apache, at Oak Flat, about 60 miles east of Phoenix. (Robert A. Witzeman/Maricopa Audubon Society)
Native Americans desperately want to protect Oak Flat, a sacred site near Phoenix, from a mining operation. On Tuesday, a House Natural Resources subcommittee will hold a hearing on the future of the land, which sits on one of the largest untapped copper deposits in North America.
The Trump-era tax break for well-off older adults comes as President Biden aims to raise taxes on corporations and wealthy Americans.
Montgomery, Loudoun and Prince William counties have welcomed billions of dollars in investments, but the industries have not added anywhere near enough jobs to offset the losses in the hard-hit hospitality, retail and service sectors.
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Hope Trautwein was among the last to know that she’d made history.
The original “Fearless,” released a week after President Barack Obama’s 2008 election, sold more than 10 million copies and made Taylor Swift a superstar. (Reuters)
The move marks Hollywood’s first major exit from the state, where it shoots much of its work, since the bill was signed into law last month.
Some of the stories revisit a simple plot: An ordinary urbanite journeys to a rural area looking for answers, only to find more questions.