Democracy Dies in Darkness
Plaintiff Evan Milligan, center, in October. (AP)
The decision likely means a second Democrat could be elected from the state. And it could boost challenges of maps drawn by Republican-led legislatures elsewhere.
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The unprecedented and accidental experiment that was the coronavirus pandemic allowed the ecologists to see how quickly other creatures can alter their behavior when we aren’t bothering them.
Natalie White founded Moolah Kicks. (Christopher Gregory-Rivera for The Post)
For founder Natalie White, Moolah Kicks isn’t just about building an attractive shoe, but also about giving female athletes the fairness and representation they are so often denied.
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The prestigious James Beard awards, called the Oscars of food, are trying to weed out bad actors, but the process has sparked questions about transparency.
Interior Secretary James G. Watt with President Ronald Reaganin
He battled environmentalists and offended even some allies with the uninhibited rhetoric that ultimately drove him to resign.
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