Democracy Dies in Darkness
From left: Cassidy Hutchinson; Michael Cohen; Randy Credico. (Demetrius Freeman/The Post; Jahi Chikwendiu/The Post; Astrid Riecken for The Post)
Donald Trump and his allies shower potential witnesses with private flattery while publicly blasting those who cross him.
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An emboldened 6-to-3 conservative majority on the Supreme Court rolled backed abortion rights, expanded the rights of gun owners and strengthened the role of religion in public life.
Four women will serve simultaneously on the high court for the first time.
The court was considering the powers granted by the Clean Air Act, which was written decades ago before climate change became a worldwide crisis.
(Chelsea Conrad/Post Illustration)
U.S. costs remain lower than those in other countries with large economies. The Washington Post spoke to people around the world to see how high fuel expenses affect their lives and what governments are doing — if anything — to cushion the impact.
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