Democracy Dies in Darkness
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The sugar-sweet songstress with a string of No. 1 hits was also an advocate for cancer research.
The shell of a home built by Divino Homes, in Dallas. (Kaci Merriwether-Hawkins for The Post)
Carrie and Nate LaChance moved to the Dallas area in 2018 to build a house on an untouched lakefront lot. Four years later, the unfinished structure tells a story about the unusual forces shaping the pandemic economy as they collide under one (very expensive) Texas roof.
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Using host descriptions of rentals, we created a database that links culture to geography and used it to create a definitive map of the American South.
The two-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize was a master storyteller who brought to life the grand sweep of time and place.
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The blast killed a retired couple from Wisconsin and a bank official from California. A woman raising money for refugees was badly wounded but survived.
U.S. District Judge Lisa Godbey Wood denied a request by Travis McMichael to serve his sentence in federal prison, rather than state prison, where his lawyer said his life would be in danger.
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Jim Thorpe and Pop Warner rose to fame together. But the truth of their relationship was complicated.
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