Democracy Dies in Darkness
Former president Donald Trump at a rally last month. (Jabin Botsford/The Post)
Storm scenes
A tree branch came through the bedroom ceiling of a home in Wynne, Ark. (Reuters)
More than 60 tornado reports across several states were recorded by the National Weather Service’s Storm Prediction Center on Friday and Saturday. Power was knocked out for hundreds of thousands of people.
Growing workloads and resulting stresses on pharmacists have led to well-documented burnout and subsequent staffing shortages.
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Cathryn Roeck, left, underwent two sets of painful leg surgeries for an uncommon condition. (Courtesy of Cathryn Bottem)
A frightening aborted run led to the discovery that previous surgeries had missed the root of the problem.
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Every year, the world’s most pizza-obsessed people convene for three days of cheese, competition and camaraderie in Las Vegas.
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