Democracy Dies in Darkness
A loaded moving truck departs outside the White House in January 2021. (Al Drago/Pool)
The road to Donald Trump’s first weekend as the nation’s most prominent criminal defendant began in the chaotic days of the presidential transition, after his frenetic drive to overturn the result of the 2020 election he had lost.
Ukrainian service members near the front-line city of Bakhmut on Friday. (Reuters)
There is nervousness among the Russian elite over the firepower of Ukraine’s Western weaponry, insiders say, and it is driving fears that the land bridge Moscow carved across the southeast of Ukraine to Crimea could be severed.
For 17 years, he left a grisly trail of nail- and razor blade-packed pipe bombs that killed three people and injured 23 others.
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For years her sleep was so disrupted she would suddenly drop off in the middle of working or even driving but have insomnia at night. Meds didn't seem to help.
Wendy Sanhai and Mark Madar on their wedding day in 2014. (Krystal Kast)
“I certainly wasn’t expecting to find a life partner when I took the job,” said Mark Madar, who Wendy Sanhai hired as a caregiver for her father and sons.
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