Democracy Dies in Darkness
Ad
Activists see a pattern imperiling many of Biden’s non-White nominees, making their confirmation process rougher and meaner than in previous years and when compared with their White counterparts.
The nominations signal a White House move toward reasserting control of the U.S. Postal Service even as Postmaster General Louis DeJoy told Congress he would press forward with plans to raise prices and slow the mail.
Bill Donahue stands on his property in Gilmanton, N.H. (Tristan Spinski for The Post)
The author planted a Black Lives Matter lawn sign on the village green in his  hometown to promote a rally. After he announced the rally on the community Facebook page, the vitriol flowed in.
Facing criticism from liberals and conservatives, President Biden attempts to once again welcome immigrants and refugees as health and economic crises engulf the country.
Ad
Ad
More Top Stories
Lindsey Boylan said in an online post that New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo  “would go out of his way to touch me on my lower back, arms and legs.”  A spokeswoman for the governor reiterated Wednesday that Boylan’s “claims of inappropriate behavior are quite simply false.”
Experts say the passage of a temporary pay bump for some grocery workers in Los Angeles County is notable amid industry opposition.
Atul Nakhasi, 33, a physician in Los Angeles, co-founded #ThisIsOurShot, a digital campaign to promote positive messaging about the coronavirus vaccines. (Philip Cheung for The Post)
Ad
Ad
Trending
Drea Cornejo/The Washington Post
Republicans take offense to Neera Tanden's tweets
Many of the same Republicans who turned a blind eye to Donald Trump's controversial tweets slammed OMB director nominee Neera Tanden for her Twitter history.
Get the headlines from today's paper, and click on each one to read the story.
Multi-tasking? Follow the latest headlines and analysis through our podcasts.
The Post offers several ways to securely send information and documents to journalists.
Stay connected with the latest news on your tablet and phone.
Ad
Ad
Traffic is sparse on snow-covered Interstate 45 in The Woodlands, Tex., on Feb. 15. (AP)
It was some of the most severe cold in decades, with record-setting duration in some areas.
The directive comes as U.S. automakers are grappling with a severe shortage of semiconductors, essential ingredients in the high-tech entertainment and navigation systems that fill modern passenger vehicles.
Maybe you didn’t know you needed another service, but the media conglomerate thinks you do. A “Frasier” reboot is coming.
Market Watch
Last Updated: Today at 5:20 p.m. ET
Dow 31,961.86
Today arrow-up 1.35%
S&P 3,925.43
Today arrow-up 1.14%
NASDAQ 13,597.97
Today arrow-up 0.99%
The International Olympic Committee will enter targeted discussions to stage a future Summer Games in Brisbane.
Washington’s power-play unit sits near the top of the NHL again. 
In the latter half of the regular season, Washington’s schedule calls for eight instances of back-to-back games.
Ad