Democracy Dies in Darkness
(Salwan Georges/The Post)
A state inquiry found evidence of a conspiracy that has echoes elsewhere in the country.
(Paul Ratje for The Post)
Two top antiabortion groups have crafted and successfully lobbied for state legislation to ban or further restrict drugs used to terminate pregnancies.
(U.S. Army/AP)
The report contains new details about the number of Americans left behind and the paucity of State Department staff to process Afghans trying to flee.
(The Post)
The Post analyzed videos, spoke to witnesses and consulted experts, confirming that at least six explosions rocked the air base in the span of almost an hour.
(Salwan Georges/The Post)
Many advocates say such investments in "nature-based” climate solutions are critical in giving the nation a better shot of reaching long-term goals.
(Matt McClain/The Post)
John Hinckley Jr. is no longer under court oversight. But he’s found that his freedom has limits.
Afghanistan: After the Fall
Taliban rule brought an end last August to America’s 20-year war in Afghanistan, but peace has neither healed old wounds nor created new opportunities. A recent trip to Helmand province revealed changes — and continuing heartbreak.
Kabul, whose population swelled to 4 million just two years ago, is gradually hollowing out.
The withdrawal saw desperate Afghans try to flee the country as violence left nearly 200 dead.
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