Democracy Dies in Darkness
The new plan calls for refurbishing tank hulls already in the U.S. arsenal rather than procuring new vehicles, which had been expected to take up to two years.
(Melina Mara/The Post)
The first indictment of a former president may result from one of the most tawdry of all of Trump’s alleged misdeeds and one with a long, rippling tail of criminal consequence that has touched nearly every person involved.
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The two-way star struck out Angels teammate Mike Trout for a fairy-tale finish as Japan edged the United States, 3-2.
(Matt McClain/The Post)
When Shou Zi Chew appears before Congress, he is likely to face the grilling of a lifetime from lawmakers who argue that TikTok, now with 150 million U.S. users, can’t be trusted and must be banned or sold.
(The Washington Post)
The Post looked at dozens of layoff memos from tech companies ranging from Microsoft to start-ups to see how leaders spin their stories and justify their decisions.
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