Democracy Dies in Darkness
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(JM Rieger/The Post)
Some of the Facebook CEO’s previously unreported decisions demonstrate his relentless determination to ensure the company’s dominance, even at the expense of his stated values, according to interviews with former employees.
Chief Louis Dekmar started training officers to shoot away from the center of a person’s body in an effort reduce fatal shootings, but the effort has elicited criticism.
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A coronavirus vaccination drive site for students in Bangkok. (EPA)
Fourteen expats spoke about their struggles to get the shots, saying they received little guidance from the Biden administration and watched enviously as hundreds of thousands of doses in the United States expired without any takers.
Reports from U.S. federal agencies underscore the gravity of the planetary crisis, even as governments struggle to muster a strong collective response ahead of a major international climate summit.
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A survey of 164 employers in the District, Maryland and Virginia found that less than half of employees are expected to be back in the office on a typical workday this fall.
The Rev. Michelle Thomas leads a procession for a wreath-laying at the gravesite of her son, Fitz Alexander Campbell Thomas, in Ashburn, Va. (Craig Hudson for The Post)
Before the death of her middle child, before there was a gravestone with a name she knew dearly, the Rev. Michelle Thomas had built up the African American Burial Ground for the Enslaved as a place for collective mourning.
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Alan Perkins poses in front of his home in Olmsted Falls, Ohio. (Angelo Merendino for The Post)
Are gigantic skeletons just part of life now? How much longer can the arms race continue? What does this es-skell-ation mean for 2022?
She’s about to quit her job to become a stay-at-home parent. She’s struggling with the idea of being entirely financially dependent on her husband.
Neighbor couple suspected of opening financial statements when collecting mail.
She mentioned that he didn’t have to, so he wonders if he’s doing the right thing.
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