Democracy Dies in Darkness
The arrests occurred as the FBI ratchets up its investigation into the role extremist groups played in storming the Capitol, with authorities hoping to head off further violence around Joe Biden’s inauguration.
The president-elect is expected to soon reverse the efforts of the Trump administration, ending a project proposed more than a decade ago.
Hundreds of Black women whose names are known and unknown forged a political path to the election Kamala Harris, who will be sworn in as vice president.
People line up to buy guns and ammunition at the Ready Gunner gun store in Orem, Utah. (George Frey/AFP via Getty Images)
Despite the Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol and an FBI assessment that extremist groups plan attacks in the coming days, data indicate that the surges of buyers earlier in 2020 have not been repeated since the November election.
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Black Wall Street Liquid Lounge coffee shop owner Guy Troupe. (Joshua Lott/The Post)
A century after the Tulsa massacre, Black entrepreneurs in the city’s Greenwood district feel threatened with erasure yet again.
Critics say Dillingham supported a partisan push to deliver data to President Trump before the president left office.
Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny answered reporters’ questions, tried to watch cartoons and kissed his wife as he flew toward imprisonment.
In 1956, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was leading the Montgomery bus boycott when his house was attacked with his wife and daughter inside.
President Trump's businesses are taking a hit. He has been impeached a second time and might face legal challenges after he leaves office. Reporter David Fahrenthold answers questions about what’s next for Trump.
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Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.), who serves on the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies, describes preparation for an extraordinary Inauguration.
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All 176 people aboard the flight to Kyiv died when it was hit by a missile fired amid U.S.-Iran tensions.
Satellite evidence suggests North Korea could be preparing to test a powerful submarine-launched missile as the nation gradually dials up pressure on the United States.
An unusual weather pattern is set to bring damaging winds and "critical" fire weather risk to Los Angeles and San Francisco beginning late Monday.
Defending the storming of the U.S. Capitol as “cool,” the student broadcast her participation on social media — and embraced the firestorm that followed as publicity, the FBI says.
A medical worker is reflected in equipment while treating a covid-19 patient in Houston. (Reuters)
It took 12 weeks for the death toll to rise from 200,000 to 300,000. It leaped from 300,000 to almost 400,000 in less than five weeks.
Urban leaders see Buttigieg’s willingness to pursue “complete streets” as a promising sign in the incoming transportation secretary.
Authorities say a 61-year-old woman became the fourth person to die from shootings this month by a Chicago man who was later killed in a police shootout.
Even after the electoral college vote, Republican congressmen and others bow to President Trump’s fantasy that the election was somehow invalid.
Gov. Larry Hogan receives the vaccine at the State House on Monday, along with his wife, first lady Yumi Hogan. (Michael Robinson Chavez/The Post)
Maryland’s governor, the first regional government executive to get vaccinated, encouraged people to sign up for the vaccine.
It’s not often you’ll see a 7-day forecast in mid-January this quiet.
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Remembering Johnny’s Half Shell for Ann Cashion’s food, John Fulchino’s service — and a singular experience.
Local bars and restaurants have cooked up commemorative dishes to help make your sofa feel more festive.
Virtual film festivals, streaming concerts and socially distanced events offer escapes during the coronavirus pandemic.
The choice of the Obama-era regulators to lead two financial-sector agencies, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Securities and Exchange Commission, signals the incoming Biden team’s intent to provide an aggressive check on industry after four years of deregulation.
Entrepreneur Amir Ounallah, left, meets with a water engineer at a farm near Nazareth, Israel. (Courtesy of Bustana)
Joe Biden adopted Major, a 10-month-old German shepherd, from the Delaware Humane Society. Major will be the first dog adopted from a shelter to live in the White House. (Delaware Humane Association)
The president-elect is “passionate about dogs because he loves them,” said Mark Tobin, a Delaware dog trainer who has worked with the Biden dogs. Tobin said that Joe Biden is a hands-on dog owner.
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