Democracy Dies in Darkness
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The Jan. 6 attack showed that violent extremism is not a threat exclusively imported from foreign shores. Law enforcement and security officials, experts say, will face significant legal, political and cultural hurdles to battle a disease that seems to have taken hold in the nation’s nervous system.
Law enforcement officials are considering forgoing charges against those who went into the building but are not linked to violence, threats or destruction.
The former president, in his first political activity since leaving office, endorsed an ally for Arizona party chair who backed his false claims of election fraud.
Biden may find he can get a big plan or a bipartisan plan — but not both.
Jane Smith of Utah stands in D.C.’s Black Lives Matter plaza after the inauguration of President Biden. (Paula Bronstein for The Post)
Many Americans grant that President Biden’s quest for a quieter culture is a nice enough goal, but, from the left and right, many say the country’s divisions remain too deep to allow for such a shift.
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QAnon believers grapple with reality of Biden presidency
Followers of the QAnon extremist ideology believed then-President Donald Trump would hold onto power after 2020. With him gone, they struggle with what's next.
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With the Senate mired in impeachment, President Biden may struggle to move legislation along and create momentum.
Republicans reportedly plan to argue Donald Trump can't be convicted now that he's out of office.
Democratic Rep. Deb Haaland of New Mexico, seen during her House campaign in 2018, has been nominated to head the Interior Department. (Bonnie Jo Mount/The Post)
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The contrast between pandemic rules is on vivid display in the Alps, where booming business at Switzerland's venues has prompted envy in French towns devastated by pandemic restrictions.
In the tradition-bound sport, wrestlers facing coronavirus fears have two options: compete or leave forever.
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There is no indication that activists protesting the church were responsible for the attack, the El Monte Police chief said.
(Charlie Riedel/AP)
People following a violent movement that promotes a second U.S. civil war or the breakdown of modern society have been showing up at recent protests across the nation armed and wearing tactical gear. But the anti-government “boogaloo” movement has adopted an unlikely public and online symbol: the so-called Hawaiian shirt. 
For these two, the differences in interests and tastes didn’t keep a connection from sparking.
Fine-dining chefs Michael Rafidi and Matt Baker pivot with Yellow and Baker’s Daughter.
I tried it. What happened next was not pretty.
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