Democracy Dies in Darkness
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A Kremlin spokesman blamed the United States for “building up tension” and said Russia was closely watching U.S. moves, including the Pentagon’s decision to put 8,500 troops on high alert Monday.
The College Board plans to switch the test to a digital format, and cut its length from three hours to two, at international sites next year and in U.S. sites by spring 2024.
(Whitney Shefte/The Post)
Hospitals across the country face thin staffing and more covid-19 patients than ever. Employees who remain have no choice but to shoulder bigger burdens. Among the heaviest is the emotional weight of so much preventable death.
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HBO’s “The Janes” is premiering at the Sundance Film Festival this week. (HBO)
A documentary exposes the clandestine network young women formed to help others get safe abortions before the Roe v. Wade decision in 1973.
The sides met for just over two hours Monday in what an MLB official euphemistically referred to as a “spirited” exchange, one in which the union dropped one of its biggest demands in an attempt to create some momentum.
The Hall of Fame’s Class of 2022 will be announced Tuesday and deliver with it something of a public judgment on careers from a complex era.
Bills quarterback Josh Allen walks off the field Sunday after Buffalo was defeated by the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium. (Getty Images)
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The Carnac stones are an exceptionally dense collection of megalithic sites around the French village of Carnac. (iStock)
The Carnac Alignments, set in place some 6,500 years ago, provide a rocky path to our Neolithic past.
Your sister begged you for weeks to join a small in-person gathering after your baby shower. Six days later, she tested positive for covid.
Reader wonders why it's still a social faux pas to ask a woman her age.
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