Democracy Dies in Darkness
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Kelly Mack works on her laptop to teach remotely from her vintage camper/trailer in her backyard at home in Evanston, Ill. (Nam Y. Huh/AP)
A surprising number of Americans can get $50 each month from the new $3.2 billion Emergency Broadband Benefit. That includes tens of millions who lost work during the pandemic.
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Itamar Ben-Gvir, right, an Israeli lawmaker and head of the far-right Jewish Power party, argues with a Palestinian man in East Jerusalem. (Gil Cohen-Magen/AFP/Getty Images)
The worst violence in years shook Israel and the Gaza Strip on Wednesday after a long night of Israeli airstrikes that were met by rocket fire from Palestinian militants.
The limits of Israel’s normalization of ties with a handful of Arab states is already on view.
Amid spiraling violence sparked by clashes in Jerusalem, a familiar sound has returned to southern Israel: the blare of rocket sirens and the explosions of Iron Dome interceptors.
The restrictions, from the well-intentioned to the bizarre, landed on a public in no mood for more rules this late in the pandemic.
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A judge upheld the pretrial detention of the men accused of using chemical spray against police, helping rioters get past barricades.
“You’re the monster that no one sees coming,” U.S. District Judge Thomas Kleeh told Reta Mays before announcing the sentence in a courtroom in Clarksburg, W.Va.
At left, Audrey Elder, 8, and brother Kenneth Elder, 6, loved their semester in Alaska. At right, Inès Macaron stands in front of her French school during the first day of class. (Lyra Elder; Pia Decarsin)
For some families that took this most extreme of steps — switching counties, states or even countries in search of in-person schooling or sports amid the pandemic — the results surpassed their hopes, and they don’t want to let go.
Gov. Ralph Northam (D) declared a state of emergency in response to a cyberattack affecting operations of the Colonial Pipeline, a key source of fuel for much of the East Coast.
The group that infiltrated the department’s network also threatened to reveal documents on criminal investigations, secret informants and gang members if the District does not pay the ransom.
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The billionaire wants to draw more underrepresented students into doctoral degree programs. With his latest gift, Johns Hopkins University plans to partner with historically Black and other minority-serving colleges to make that happen.
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