Democracy Dies in Darkness
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The findings cap a costly and drawn-out recount launched by the GOP-led Arizona Senate that had been championed by Trump and kept alive false claims that fraud tainted the election .
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Ida was the strongest hurricane ever to hit Louisiana, and leaders promised residents of hard-hit communities such as LaPlace that they would help. But government officials struggled to provide goods and services — and to restore power — leaving them in the dark for three weeks.
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Geography club members listen to a field engineer as he talks about the weather station near Narok, Kenya. (Sarah Waiswa for The Post)
The lack of data also makes for poor early-warning systems on the ground. It’s a problem that top climate scientists, local meteorologists and rural farmers all desperately want solved.
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(Gwenanne Edwards/Library of Congress, Conservation Division)
RetropolisThe Past, Rediscovered
Shortly after the Civil War, a Black convention in Charleston, S.C., produced a petition to Congress with thousands of signatures.
Hylton collided with a vehicle while trying to elude police on a Revel Electric moped in an incident that roiled his neighborhood in Northwest Washington and put law enforcement tactics under renewed scrutiny.
Photographer Khalid Naji-Allah with his two sons and Mayor Muriel E. Bowser in front of his photo of Black Lives Matter Plaza displayed at the National Portrait Gallery. (Mayor Bowser’s office)
“I’m proud of his journey,” said Mayor Muriel E. Bowser, who hired Khalid Naji-Allah as her staff photographer.
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Terence Blanchard’s opera “Fire Shut Up in My Bones” is the first production by a Black composer in the Metropolitan Opera’s 138-year history. (Marvin Joseph/The Post)
Williams’s urgent novel takes place on the shore of a rotting lake, where a group of eco-warriors has gathered.
“The Dark Remains” captures perfectly the voice of the late William McIlvanney, master of Tartan Noir.
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