Democracy Dies in Darkness
Cassidy Hutchinson prepares to testify before the House committee on Tuesday. (Demetrius Freeman/The Post)
Former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson’s revelations about conversations before, during, and after Jan. 6 offer new insight that legal experts said could be of use to prosecutors as they weigh a case against Donald Trump.
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America's most famous doctor on giving your adversaries the benefit of the doubt, navigating PTSD and working way too much.
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Witnesses testified that the R&B singer and his team would use the performer’s celebrity to lure and make travel arrangements for his victims, many of them minors hoping for their big break in the music business, only for them to be sexually abused by Kelly.
Abortion rights supporters cheer outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in West Hollywood, Calif. (AP)
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By The WayA Post Travel Destination
High prices, crowded skies and not enough workers: What's not to love about travel this season?
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The ailment in older adults has received little attention, even though research suggests seniors are more likely to develop it than younger or middle-aged adults.
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This Sept. 21, 2010, photo shows the death chamber at California's San Quentin State Prison. (AP)
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Since joining the FerryHawks, Kelsie Whitmore is hitless in 16 plate appearances. (Katherine Frey/The Post)
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