Democracy Dies in Darkness
(Patrick Semansky/AP)
The tectonic decision to radically remake his party’s presidential nominating calendar for 2024 came as a shock to party officials and state leaders who had been lobbying hard in recent weeks to gain a place in the early calendar.
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Judge Aileen M. Cannon named an expert to say whether any documents recovered from Donald Trump's Florida Mar-a-Lago property should be shielded from criminal investigators.
Japan’s Ao Tanaka of Japan celebrates his goal against Spain. (Clive Mason/Getty Images)
A Ukrainian tank travels in the Donetsk region on Wednesday. (AFP/Getty Images)
The plan would build on Western arms transfers by showing Ukrainian forces how to wage a more sophisticated campaign, deepening U.S. involvement in the war.
A worker in protective gear stands guard in a locked-down Beijing neighborhood on Tuesday.  (AP)
The nation’s “zero covid” restrictions and its decision to stick with its own domestically produced vaccines have created a crisis for a country with large numbers of older, vulnerable people who have never had a booster shot.
Walter Coles V stands in front of his Chatham, Va.,  house, which dates to 1825. (Justin Ide for The Post)
In Virginia, the land still owned by the Coles family could yield billions from uranium. Does any of that wealth belong to the descendants of the enslaved?
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