Democracy Dies in Darkness
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Cassidy Hutchinson, who was an assistant to then-White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, told Congress that Donald Trump knew his supporters were carrying weapons, physically assailed a Secret Service agent and mused about pardoning rioters.
Businessman Joe O’Dea triumphed in Colorado’s GOP Senate primary. (AP)
The Democratic and Republican nominating contests marked the first time Americans went to the polls since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.
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This isn’t the first time Texas Republican Cruz has tangled with a high-profile Sesame Street Muppet over vaccines.
Eli Skrypczak, trekking through New Mexico backcountry earlier this month, was returning home on an Amtrak train that derailed. (Courtesy of Dan Skrypczak)
Eli Skrypczak played on his phone Monday afternoon while aboard an Amtrak train hurtling through the heartland of Missouri. The 15-year-old Boy Scout and hundreds of other passengers were unaware of the dump truck ahead that was about to change their lives.
Faith Lippincott and daughter Addy, 10, at a sunken boat exposed in Lake Mead. (Roger Kisby for The Post)
Handguns, baby strollers, vintage Coors cans, exploded ordnance and other artifacts are stoking the imagination of those watching the nation’s largest reservoir shrink to about a quarter of its former size.
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