Democracy Dies in Darkness
If they succeed, the former president and his backers could pull down some of the guardrails that prevented him from overturning President Biden’s victory, critics say.
A nurse tends to a patient in a Kabul hospital that has run out of critical supplies like dressings and insulin following the near halt in aid to Afghanistan. (Susannah George/The Post)
A U.N. program supporting health clinics could provide a model for injecting cash into the economy while bypassing the interim Taliban government.
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Secretary of State Antony Blinken left Monday on a trip to Europe, and Washington is looking to consolidate a position among allies.
The commission is trying to unravel the causes of the supply chain disruptions that are clouding the economic recovery.
Lee Elder with his first tee shot at the Masters in Augusta, Ga., on April 10, 1975. (AP)
Lee Elder1934–2021
Elder shattered one of golf’s last racial barriers when in 1975 he became the first African American to compete in the tradition-bound Masters tournament in Augusta, Ga.
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The prosecutor described “horrific abuse” of victims, while the defense attorney questioned the accounts.
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Fundraising campaigns have brought in $40,000 for the small library, far exceeding the $3,000 that was rejected by the local government.
Agencies will continue to counsel, but not suspend or fire, federal employees who have not yet complied with the vaccine mandate until at least early next year, the White House has told unions.
In a tweet, Dorsey said he was resigning. CTO Parag Agrawal will take over as CEO. Nasdaq earlier suspended Twitter stock trades amid the reports Dorsey would step down.
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Israeli is heightening restrictions on cyber vendors amid international pressure.