Democracy Dies in Darkness
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Democrats find themselves asking a critical yet familiar question: How would they slim down the size and scope of their proposal in order to win over Sen. Joe Manchin III (D-W.Va.)?
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Their follower counts over the last year have barely grown or even declined, a Post analysis found.
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The court’s liberal justices issued fiery dissents saying it had become complicit in establishing an “unconstitutional chill on abortion care,” and calling the handling of the case “a grave disservice to women in Texas.”
The towering bronze statue, shown last summer, depicts Roosevelt riding a horse, as two nameless African and Native American men flank him on foot. (AP)
The museum said the statue of the 26th U.S. president “communicates a racial hierarchy” that the public had “long found disturbing.”
The document details plans to expand access to vaccines, alleviate the strain on hospitals and health-care workers and prioritize testing.
The slaying of 27-year-old Sierra Johnson was one of two killings Wednesday in the District.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. with his wife, actress Cheryl Hines, in 2018. (Matt McClain/The Post)
As D.C. tightens vaccine mandates, thousands of anti-vaxxers are descending on the nation's capital this weekend, led by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
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