Democracy Dies in Darkness
Left: Abortion rights activist Olivia Julianna. Right: Antiabortion activist Savannah Craven. (Callaghan O’Hare for The Post)
Here is how two influencers on opposing ends of the abortion debate — Savannah Craven and Olivia Julianna — have risen as youth activists on TikTok.
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The number of migrants dead in a suspected smuggling operation rose to 50 Tuesday, the Mexican consulate reported, a day after dozens of bodies were found lifeless in the back of a sweltering tractor-trailer in San Antonio.
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Faith Lippincott and daughter Addy, 10, at a sunken boat exposed in Nevada as Lake Mead shrinks. (Roger Kisby for The Post)
Handguns, baby strollers, vintage Coors cans, exploded ordnance and other artifacts are stoking the imagination of those watching the nation’s largest reservoir shrink to about a quarter of its former size.
Delegates from more than 20 nations are meeting in Lisbon to draft a treaty on protecting the world’s oceans.
Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra vowed new steps to protect reproductive health care and to ensure women can get medication abortion, but offered few specifics while officials review their options.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Darren Bailey attends the Save America Rally in Mendon, Ill., on Saturday. (Reuters)
Critics have accused Gov. J.B. Pritzker and the Democratic Governors Association of trying to ensure that the Republican nominee will be Darren Bailey, a rural state lawmaker who has called for kicking the city of Chicago out of the state of Illinois.
An English-language social media propaganda effort that previously criticized Hong Kong protesters and other foes of the Chinese government has taken the rare step of going after private companies in a strategic industry, researchers said.