Democracy Dies in Darkness
Lt. Col. Matthew Lohmeier was relieved of his post after publishing an incendiary book and giving interviews critical of senior military leaders and their diversity efforts.
The Wyoming congresswoman, ousted from GOP leadership last week, said she regrets voting for Trump in 2020 and did not rule out a 2024 presidential run of her own.
Israeli police officers walk through the synagogue Sunday. (Sebastian Scheiner/AP)
The incident occurred Sunday night during prayers held in an unfinished synagogue with no occupancy permit.
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Saturday Night Live tackled the latest CDC mask guidance for vaccinated Americans and Rep. Liz Cheney’s (R-Wyo.) public ouster from leadership May 15.
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President Biden and Vice President Harris during a covid-19 update in the Rose Garden. (Demetrius Freeman/The Post)
The turnaround caught senior administration officials, medical experts and business leaders off guard. Some physicians criticized the move as premature. 
Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer called on Republicans to stop supporting baseless claims of fraud and slammed the former president for falsely accusing the county of deleting an elections database.
While many Republican lawmakers have acknowledged the reality of President Biden’s win, a number still twist themselves into political knots to avoid saying he won fairly.
People roam mask-free in New York’s Times Square on Friday. (Jeenah Moon for The Post)
The relaxed guidelines have some vowing to party like it’s 2019, while others worry for their health.
The Colorado man was charged this month with murder in the disappearance of his wife. Now he’s also accused of illegally voting in her name last fall. “I just thought, give him another vote,” he said.
Nearly 2,400 health-care facilities, schools and governments in the U.S. were hit by attacks last year.
Panicked drivers rushing to fill their tanks are driving unnecessary scarcity, experts said.
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