Democracy Dies in Darkness
Ebrahim Raisi has expressed a willingness to revive the 2015 nuclear deal, but his presidency was certain to mark a radical departure from the Rouhani era.
Joe Biden is arguably the most observant U.S. president in decades and the nation’s most prominent Catholic politician. He rarely misses Mass, he quotes scripture, and his faith has long been a core part of his identity. He’s also a liberal, and that’s stirring up the U.S. Catholic bishops fighting cultural battles within the church.
LEFT: Birgit Brombacher and her daughter Felicia are pictured at their home. (Marzena Skubatz for The Post) RIGHT: Wendy Latella attends a Cub Scouts meeting with her son Robert, 6, in Fredericksburg. (Gabriella Demczuk for The Post)
As parts of Europe and the United States rebound from the depths of the pandemic, two women share how their families coped, struggled and now wonder what’s ahead.
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Record high temperatures and a worsening drought have parched vast tracts of brush, timber and grasses, leaving an abundance of potential fuels for the flames to consume.
What began as a group of nine people in Eden, N.C., going tubing on the Dan River turned deadly after some floated over the edge of a steep dam, according to the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office.
From left, Bryce Armstrong, Austin Hawk and Brent Grijalva near Chino, Calif., in 2018. (Brent Grijalva)
Spec. Austin Hawk was near the end of his enlistment when he was stabbed at Fort Stewart last year.
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Reporter Nicole Ellis revisits Galveston, Tex., where Gen. Gordon Granger delivered an order that emancipated 250,000 enslaved people on June 19, 1865.
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A woman walks past mayoral campaign posters at John Jay College in Manhattan. (Reuters)
“It’s a weird, messy race in a weird, messy time,” said one political consultant.
Rep. Ronny Jackson (Tex.) and 13 other GOP lawmakers signed a letter claiming evidence of cognitive decline in the president.
Republican Rep. Glenn Grothman’s legislation would bar D.C. from directing teachers to teach that America is a racist country.
A photo of Sarah Everard is left with tributes to her March 15 in London. (Leon Neal/Getty Images)
The Brussels court cited failures to meet the E.U. vaccine contract but set a lower level of 80 million doses delivered by the end of summer.
Palestinian Health Minister Mai Alkaila said they had expected the doses to have expiration dates for July or August. After they received them, they saw that the doses would expire in June.
The bear injured four people, and caused schools to close and flights to be canceled, before it was eventually shot.
Jewell James of the Lummi Nation works on a 25-foot totem pole he helped make as head carver for the “House of Tears” carvers. (Jason Jones/The Natural History Museum)
A 24-foot-tall totem pole will travel thousands of miles from Washington state to the nation's capital to raise awareness of Native American issues and sacred sites.
As much of the world comes out of the coronavirus pandemic lockdown for Pride celebrations around the world, we asked readers to share why and how they celebrate.
Executives understood that users were posting nonconsensual sexual content and knowingly chose to monetize it, according to the lawsuit.
Amtrak and Maryland announced an agreement to replace the decrepit Baltimore & Potomac Tunnel with a new route and electric-powered trains to reduce environmental impacts on Baltimore neighborhoods.
A small electronic device that was left outside the security perimeter turned out to be a remote control for a dog training collar, an agency spokeswoman said.
The fliers — which had  information about the Ku Klux Klan — resemble antisemitic mailers that appeared in Loudoun and Prince William counties in recent years. In all three counties, the fliers were in plastic bags weighed down with birdseed.
We should add a few 90-degree days over the next few. With abundant shower and storm chances, it's feeling like summer.
Parades, concerts, tours and hands-on activities celebrate the anniversary of the end of slavery.
Outdoor film screenings, concerts, happy hours and other events to brighten your week.
The District's sandwich scene is stuffed with delicious options.
Members of the DC Design Collective, from left, Dennese Guadeloupe Rojas, Charles Almonte, Iantha Carley, Shawna Underwood and Quintece Hill-Mattauszek at the Janus et Cie showroom. (André Chung for The Post)
Members of the DC Design Collective, formed last year, are determined to  create change for themselves.
Readers hate two things the most: poetry and corny old jokes.
The news anchor talks about finding his groove, speaking with authority and confronting racism in America.
The Rev. Juan de la Cruz Turcios celebrates Mass on June 6 outside the Langley Park Boys and Girls Club in Maryland. (Matt McClain/The Post)
The Rev. Juan de la Cruz Turcios became the first Latin American from Langley Park, Md., to be ordained as a Catholic priest — an optimistic sign for his fellow immigrants struggling with poverty, crime and lack of education made more difficult by the pandemic.
This was supposed to be your wedding weekend. How do you manage sadness over a canceled event while the world is in disarray?
She has told others she hope her parents won’t relocate, despite the considerable work of raising child with a severe illness.
Readers have been happy to occasionally care for friends’ cats. They worry that they’ll be asked to watch the pup.