Democracy Dies in Darkness
A drone at a Ukrainian military position in the Mykolaiv region. (Heidi Levine for The Post)
A day after Ukrainian forces reclaimed more territory in the south, the jubilation of a breakthrough was tempered by anxiety over what is expected to be a hard fight.
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Flight attendants had a rough few years during the pandemic, but thousands of newcomers are still applying for jobs.
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Slightly more than half Ian’s victims drowned, the latest data shows, underscoring what experts call a frequently overlooked reality: Water usually kills more people than wind.
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Vice President Harris's sport utility vehicle was immobilized in an accident Monday when her Secret Service driver hit a curb.  The alert to senior officials initially failed to include key information about what happened.
New footage from off the coast of South Africa is the first direct proof that orcas are capable of hunting and killing great white sharks, scientists say.
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