Democracy Dies in Darkness
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The newly unsealed search warrant lists potential crimes including mishandling defense information and destruction of records.
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The vote Friday marks the end of more than a year of internal debate and negotiations among Democrats over the president’s economic agenda.
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Meet the “Jolly Boys,” the 9-year-old twins who are already seeking out endorsement opportunities.
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The novelist was about to give a talk at the prestigious Chautauqua literary festival when an attacker stormed the stage, police said.
Ryland Ward was 5 when he was shot. (Joshua Lott/The Post)
A lawsuit filed by survivors paints the enduring toll of the Sutherland Springs attack, heightened by what a judge has cited as the government’s failure to stop the gunman from buying weapons.
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The star outfielder got a warm ovation from the Nationals Park crowd and taped a message for Nats fans: “I love you all, even if I have another team’s uniform.”
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A tweet from New York City’s parks agency had everyone curious about the meaning and origin of “splooting.” The good news? Squirrels that “sploot” are doing just fine.
Afghanistan: After the Fall
Taliban rule brought an end last August to America’s 20-year war in Afghanistan, but peace has neither healed old wounds nor created new opportunities. A recent trip to Helmand province revealed changes — and continuing heartbreak.
Kabul, whose population swelled to 4 million just two years ago, is gradually hollowing out.
The withdrawal saw desperate Afghans try to flee the country as violence left nearly 200 dead.
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