Democracy Dies in Darkness
Secret Service agents near the White House on Jan. 6, 2021. (Astrid Riecken for The Post)
The new depiction of the Secret Service — which has endured controversy from a prostitution scandal and security missteps during the Obama years to allegations of politicization under Trump — has cast new doubt on the agency's  independence and credibility.
People work next to a burial trench on Hart Island in April 2020. (AFP/Getty Images)
Hart Island, a scruffy one-mile slice of land in Long Island Sound, is the nation’s largest public cemetery. It was created for the poor, but it increasingly serves a surprising range of people as the pandemic has fueled a surge in unclaimed bodies.
Coffins are carried during a funeral for Ukrainian service members Friday in Dnipro. (Getty Images)
Noctilucent clouds, photographed Thursday in Denmark. (Oliver Schwenn/Spaceweathergallery)
Sky watchers in Oregon, Washington, England and Canada have spotted "noctilucent clouds," the rarest on Earth.
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