Democracy Dies in Darkness
The president’s pitch Thursday was part of a pivot away from the first chapter of his presidency, in which Washington and his administration were consumed by emergency funding measures to combat the pandemic.
Michael A. Sussmann, an attorney at a prominent law firm tied to the Democratic Party, has been bracing for a possible indictment over alleged false statements to the FBI.
Authorities in Del Rio, Tex., say more than 8,000 people  have arrived at an impromptu camp, and they are expecting thousands more — numbers that are overwhelming Customs and Border Protection capacity.
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A laborer works on overhead wiring in 1940. (AP)
Climate Solutions
Lawmakers want to put thousands of young people to work to fight climate change. Here’s what that could look like.
Researchers are examining how to make people — and officials in charge — take flash flood threats seriously.
The death of Adnan Abu Walid al-Sahrawi, who led Islamic State in the Greater Sahara, comes as France is drawing down its forces in a region facing the menace of extremism.
Boris Vishnevsky, of the opposition Yabloko party, shows a phone app in St. Petersburg on Sept. 7 with his image, right, and two look-alikes and namesakes who apparently are on the ballot to divert votes from him. (Anton Vaganov/Reuters)
But even from prison, opposition leader Alexei Navalny’s “Smart Voting” app has the Kremlin uneasy.
Republican Glenn Youngkin received more contributions for July and August, but Democrat Terry McAuliffe has twice as much cash on hand.
Nicholas Redding, president of Preservation Maryland, outside the log cabin that his nonprofit organization has restored in a historically Black community. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
The once-ramshackle structure at 417 Jonathan St. turned out to be one of the oldest buildings in Hagerstown.
The next few weekends are packed with fall festivals. Here are some of the best.
Get ready for Oktoberfests, outdoor festivals, including the H Street Festival, and free admission at local museums.
The D.C. punk-metal quartet celebrates its new album at D.C. Brau on Wednesday.
Washington Spirit team members celebrate a victory at Audi Field in August. (Katherine Frey/The Post)
Kamara, who has scored in three straight matches, converted three times in the first half to give D.C. a 3-0 win over the Chicago Fire.
While Lane Thomas shines with the Nationals, Victor Robles has found his footing in the minors.
Trail designers and maintainers are the unseen architects guiding the interaction of humans and nature.
The restored meadow at Woodend Sanctuary in Chevy Chase, Md., flourished after a deer fence was installed. (Ben Israel/Audubon Naturalist Society)
To the outside world, a fence can make you appear to be some kind of clandestine government agent or a shady oligarch when all you want to do is grow some pansies.
Mom with an abusive history demands changes to her daughter's wedding plans "to feel special and celebrated."
Reader says the two share interests and values, but this issue is a sticking point.
Hosts tell retirement party guests that event will include “money tree.”