Democracy Dies in Darkness
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Demonstrators march Saturday in Memphis. (Joshua Lott/The Post)
The Memphis police announced Saturday that it was dismantling the Scorpion unit. Only a day earlier, the police chief had said the unit “did good work.”
Nate Anderson in New York. (Bonnie Jo Mount/The Post)
Nate Anderson’s Hindenburg Research has levied fraud accusations against a conglomerate led by one of the world’s richest people.
(Matteo Bastianelli for The Post)
They dip and soar, bunch together and spread out. Seen from the ground, their ephemeral parabolas look like calligraphic brushstrokes. But when the sun sets, the magic ends. The birds descend — and wreak havoc.
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