Democracy Dies in Darkness
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The pieces of his plan are broadly popular, but new polling shows waning support for an expansive government.
The controversy surrounding fired hospital employees, lawsuits and protests obscured a simple fact: The vaccine mandates worked, administrators say.
Among those testifying on behalf of Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller were GOP lawmakers who used the proceeding to attack the Biden administration.
(Abigail Goh for The Post)
As society struggles with standards for language now considered off-limits by many groups, people involved with dictionaries, crosswords and Scrabble are examining how one word, devoid of context, can offend and marginalize.
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Vinisha Umashankar, 14, wants solar-powered carts to replace charcoal-powered ironing. (Courtesy of The Earthshot Prize)
On Sunday, he is hosting a kind of Oscars awards and broadcast — for an audience into green hydrogen energy, coral reef restoration and using insects in compost toilets.
Farmers produced strong crop yields this summer, in spite of challenging weather conditions in the region.
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Kansas City's incandescent quarterback can do anything with the football. This year, it's getting more complicated.
The technology exists to eliminate such controversial calls. But should it be employed?
Houston’s Carlos Correa celebrates his seventh-inning home run in Game 1 of the ALCS. (AP)
If the opening is any indication, get ready for a lot of offense and even more pitching changes. Houston survived both for a 5-4 win and a 1-0 ALCS lead.
Washington's star guard left the game after just nine minutes Friday at Madison Square Garden.
Chicago used a 17-5 second-quarter run to turn Game 3 into a rout and move within a win of its first title.
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The film is at its core a contemplation of restorative justice, set six years after a school shooting and centered on a meeting between the parents of a victim  and those of the perpetrator who then killed himself that same day. The tension makes for a heavy but captivating watch, the actors navigating in real time a conversation that goes from strained to charged, then back again.
A new documentary takes a mostly fascinating, sometimes frustrating look at the inception and career of the pioneering 1960s rock band featuring the late Lou Reed. (Apple TV Plus)
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