Democracy Dies in Darkness
Former president Donald Trump in April. (Jabin Botsford/The Post)
The charges include illegal retention of government secrets, obstruction of justice and conspiracy, according to people familiar with the matter.  It is the second time he has been criminally charged since March, when he was indicted on 34 counts of falsifying business records related to hush-money payments from 2016.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in Jiddah. (AFP/Getty Images)
THE DISCORD LEAKS | Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman threatened to upend U.S.-Saudi relations amid a dispute over oil cuts last year, leaked intelligence shows.
Plaintiff Evan Milligan, center, in October. (AP)
The decision likely means a second Democrat could be elected from the state. And it could boost challenges of maps drawn by Republican-led legislatures elsewhere.
canada wildfire smoke
(Whitney Shefte, Jon Gerberg/The Post)
“If we’re not outside, then we don’t make money,” said a pedicab driver in New York’s Central Park, echoing the view of many workers who pressed on despite warnings about harmful air quality.
Ukrainian soldiers, including specialized attack units armed with Western weapons and trained in NATO tactics, advanced on Russian positions in Zaporizhzhia.
Ukrainian soldiers during practice maneuvers in the Zaporizhzhia region on May 24. (Heidi Levine for The Post)
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