Democracy Dies in Darkness
Democrats find themselves asking a critical yet familiar question: How would they slim down the size and scope of their proposal in order to win over Sen. Joe Manchin III (D-W.Va.)?
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis said the move is necessary to compel some witnesses to testify.
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As the pandemic continues to rattle college students, Education Secretary Miguel Cardona and first lady Jill Biden are imploring schools to use the relief funds to assist with housing, food and other basic needs.
The towering bronze statue, shown last summer, depicts Roosevelt riding a horse, as two nameless African and Native American men flank him on foot. (AP)
The museum said the statue of the 26th U.S. president "communicates a racial hierarchy" that the public had "long found disturbing." The statue will be on loan to the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library in North Dakota, due to open in 2026.
Setting aside its awkward framing, the argument from Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is flawed in a familiar way.
Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) outlined three tiers of efforts used in the attempt to block Biden’s election certification that day.
Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-N.Y.) is detained by U.S. Capitol Police while supporting voting rights protesters at the Capitol Thursday. (Bloomberg News)
The Democrat was arrested with several others, “including faith leaders and youth who have been hunger striking for our democracy,” his spokesman said.
Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI does a blessing in February 2013 from the balcony of his summer residence in Castel Gandolfo, on the outskirts of Rome. (Reuters)
In one case, Benedict, then Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, accepted a priest in his archdiocese even after a sex abuse conviction, a report says.
The court’s liberal justices issued fiery dissents saying it had become complicit in establishing an “unconstitutional chill on abortion care,” and calling the handling of the case “a grave disservice to women in Texas.”
After waiting two months for an operating slot, Robert DeMoss’s neck surgery was postponed indefinitely last week. (Amy Lynn Powell for The Post)
Doctors and patients described frustration over delayed surgeries, overflowing emergency rooms and hospital beds taken out of service amid staff shortages.
Sen. Harry Byrd Sr. was the chief architect of "Massive Resistance" against school integration and used the filibuster to oppose civil rights bills.
The slaying of 27-year-old Sierra Johnson was one of two killings Wednesday in the District.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. with his wife, actress Cheryl Hines, in 2018. (Matt McClain/The Post)
As D.C. tightens vaccine mandates, thousands of anti-vaxxers are descending on the nation's capital this weekend, led by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
According to a 2020 report from AARP and the National Alliance for Caregiving, approximately 48 million Americans are caring for someone over the age of 18. About half of all caregivers used at least one piece of technology or software to assist with their responsibilities.
A husband is letting his spouse decide whether they have another child, and the spouse is concerned about the implications of that.
Reader's wife scolded them for reading a magazine while out with friends who were passing the time on their smartphones. Is it really any different?