Democracy Dies in Darkness
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The president's awkward trip to Saudi Arabia in July was justified as necessary to boost ties. Now OPEC's decision to slash production is prompting recriminations.
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Videos provided exclusively to The Post show that police fired at least 40 nonlethal munitions at soccer fans in Kanjuruhan stadium, leading to panic.
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Photos of airplane wings patched with what looks like duct tape have gone viral, but it's actually another material.
The Washington Post has documented 299 Republican nominees for state and federal office who deny the results of the 2020 election. Use our tool to discover which ones are vying to represent you.
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Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu. (AP)
Sergei Shoigu has been on Vladimir Putin's leadership team for more than two decades, but growing criticism of military defeats in Ukraine suggests that he could soon be dismissed.
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Jeff German in the Las Vegas Review-Journal offices in 2018. (Getty Images)
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