Democracy Dies in Darkness
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Soaring prices are emerging as a feature of the post-pandemic recovery, prompting some central banks to pivot to inflation fighting.
Court filings and public statements show how important the idea of the Insurrection Act became to extremists.
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The 1939 New York Renaissance basketball team. (Carnegie Museum of Art/Getty Images)
The official starting date of 1946 ignores achievements from one of the two groups that formed today’s NBA. Here’s an expanded look at the NBA’s nascent years, including the influence of the National Basketball League.
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Live Well This YearFrom the Archives
(Bill LeClair)
Climate change is affecting to critical ingredients of snowmaking: cold temperatures and water.
Wishcycling is hoping that things added to a recycling bin will find another life as new products, despite a lack of evidence, two waste experts say.
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He entered the country without a hitch and wandered the Dallas area for two weeks without attracting much attention.
Activists picket a meeting of the Denver Olympic Organizing Committee. (Whit Sibley/The Denver Post/Getty Images)
Fifty years ago, Colorado voters said, "No thanks," to the Winter Games. Despite persistent cost concerns, it has never happened since.
Those still on the job in nursing homes face a crisis as the omicron wave fuels staff shortages.
Schools created since 1994 are doing much better than those they replaced.
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Whether it’s a Josh Allen rocket or a lofty lob from Aaron Rodgers, the long pass is one of football’s prettiest and most impactful plays. But offenses have had to refine their schemes as defenses have morphed to stop prolific passers.
The Cavaliers' vaunted pack-line defense founders on the road.
The Hoyas, 0-5 for the first time in the Big East, are not just bad — they are at risk of becoming irrelevant.
The Caps caught fire in the third behind two goals from Ovechkin. Then Backstrom struck in OT.
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