Democracy Dies in Darkness
The president’s allies say his new message is a commendable response to the findings of scientists and health experts. But critics call it confusing and possibly damaging.
Gray wolves have made a comeback in Wisconsin over the past several decades. (AP)
Wisconsin, increasingly divided between rural and urban views, faces hard, contentious questions of how big its remaining wolf population should be.
The week had been a sort of life-changing experience for the Americans, three-on-three being a strange but beautiful break from their lives in the WNBA.
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Sam Willoughby talks with his wife, Olympic BMX racer Alise Willoughby, while training in Chula Vista, Calif. (Toni L. Sandys/The Post)
Alise and Sam Willoughby were BMX racing’s fastest couple. After he was paralyzed during a practice run, he found meaning again as her coach.


Number of gold, silver, and bronze medals earned by each participating country
RankCountryGold Medals ReceivedSilver Medals ReceivedBronze Medals ReceivedTotal Medals Received
1United States1111931
3Russian O.C.710623
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The German gymnasts at the Tokyo Olympics aren't the only female athletes fighting uniform status quo.
The trip comes amid the fallout of revelations that President Emmanuel Macron may have been considered as a target for surveillance through an Israeli firm's spyware licensed to governments around the world.
Images of Cuba's President Miguel Díaz-Canel and former president Raúl Castro are display in Havana on Monday during a ceremony held by security agents. (Reuters)
It is not clear what caused the deaths, and there is no indication they were related.
Authorities called the leak of acetic acid, a food preservative commonly used in vinegar that can be flammable, a "mass casualty incident."
The area is bracing for potentially destructive wind gusts ahead of an anticipated line of severe thunderstorms expected to develop Wednesday afternoon.
The Louisiana Highway 1 Bridge was erected after flooding become a constant during storms and high tides. (Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
Jainey Bavishi is a leading expert on responding to the challenges of climate change, which is a top priority of the Biden administration.
The county council said it was given insufficient information. But some members acknowledged they should have asked more questions.
The child's death July 16 and a shooting outside Nationals Park a day later brought urgent and widespread attention to gun violence in the District.
Neighborhood Advisory Commissioner Patel Trupti stands in front of vacant property on I Street NW in Washington. (Astrid Riecken for The Post)
Thousands of properties in the District are vacant or in need of repairs, but the city has lost out on millions in tax revenue because it is not charging the owners the higher tax rate for blighted properties.
A lawsuit filed by the state of California’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing alleges multiple instances of gender-based discrimination, inequality and harassment throughout Activision Blizzard’s network of companies.
The new government cyber rules will be voluntary to start, but the administration is looking at making them mandatory.
An employee works at a General Electric Aviation plant in Lafayette, Ind. (Bloomberg News)
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Frankenthaler’s “Jacob’s Ladder” reminds that she birthed a school of painting.
Tom McCarthy’s latest film is part thriller, part father-daughter psychodrama, part romance and part meditation on America’s changing role.
“M, King’s Bodyguard” is a tightly plotted mystery set in Edwardian London.
Martin Shkreli forfeited the only copy of “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin” in 2018.