Democracy Dies in Darkness
The certification of President-elect Joe Biden’s victories in the battleground states of Arizona and Wisconsin dealt a fresh blow to President Trump’s quest to overturn results as a chorus of Republicans and Democrats offered support for the election’s integrity.
Neera Tanden, president and chief executive of the Center for American Progress, speaks at a conference in 2019. (Bloomberg News)
Several GOP senators said that Tanden, who has regularly clashed with Republicans, could run into trouble during confirmation hearings because of her “partisan” background.
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Kemp was once Public Enemy No. 1 for Democrats when it came to voter fraud claims. But he's not the only self-styled fraud watchdog who has refused to go along with Trump's charade.
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Human rights advocates are seeking to hold Nestlé USA and Cargill responsible for the mistreatment of six Malians who say they were trafficked as children to work on cocoa farms.
Miles Taylor at an undisclosed location in Washington in November. (Bill O'Leary/The Post)
The whistleblowing insider known for his explosive New York Times column is hoping to reshape the Republican Party.
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Over four years, the first lady has come into her own. Her place is on a pedestal — alone. She seems perfectly content there. And that reassures her supporters.
Plus, Scott Atlas resigns as President Trump’s top coronavirus adviser and the FDA moves at record speed to review the vaccine candidates.
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A cattle farm on Highway 11 in Jasper County, Ga. (Audra Melton for The Post)
Newton has become brighter blue. Jasper is deeper red. Density, diplomas and diversity explain why.
Three lower courts have ruled against the president, and a fourth said the time was not ripe for a decision on the question’s merits.
President Trump has turned his baseless fraud claims into a loosely regulated payday.
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Trump’s communications team on Sunday took issue with a Washington Post report about President-elect Joe Biden’s new all-female senior communications team. Its argument: We actually did it first.
Parnas, whose ties to Rudolph W. Giuliani became a focal point in President Trump’s impeachment, is accused of defrauding investors in a start-up that claimed to offer fraud-protection services. 
In response to villagers capturing one of their own, Boko Haram gunmen on motorbikes stormed the village of Koshobe on Saturday, killing at least 110 people in one of the region’s deadliest attacks in years.
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The social toll of the pandemic is still difficult to measure on a global scale, but international organizations are worried about the disproportionate harm it’s causing to women.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson holds a vial of the AstraZeneca/Oxford University vaccine. (Reuters)
The corpses of culled so-called “zombiemink” surfaced because of improper burial in Denmark. So far, no mutation has been detected in U.S. minks, and health and agricultural experts agree the risk of humans contracting the virus from minks is low.
Leslie and Patricia McWaters lived in tandem, and that’s how they died — both in the same hospital Tuesday, at 4:23 p.m., from complications caused by covid-19.
Joseph Varon hugs a patient in the covid-19 intensive-care unit on Thanksgiving Day at the United Memorial Medical Center in Houston. (Getty Images)
The photographer who shot the image, Go Nakamura, said he hoped seeing the moment would bring to light the reality of what is happening inside hospitals during the pandemic.
Officials said the Washington-area transit agency must make drastic cuts to survive the next fiscal year as fare revenue projections look bleak.
The state also imposed restrictions on the ability of Libre by Nexus to operate in the commonwealth.
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Monday’s storm was the seventh time in 2020 that the city has had at least two inches of rain in one day. That’s a record for a calendar year, surpassing the previous mark of six such days in 1886 and 1878.
He expanded the Smithsonian’s showcase for modern and contemporary art while organizing major retrospectives of artists such as Francis Bacon and Clyfford Still.
It’d be filled with self-care activities, like working out and immersing herself in art.
Virtual film festivals, streaming concerts and socially distanced events offer escapes during the coronavirus pandemic.
Weekly unemployment statistics have been plagued by backlogs, fraud and inconsistent data reporting state by state, making them a seriously flawed measurement, the GAO said.
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The 1980s law has made it tough for cybersecurity pros to do their jobs.
The airline industry, which has been seeking more business-friendly rules, has prevailed in the president’s final weeks in office.
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