Democracy Dies in Darkness
A pedestrian crosses a street in the Mount Pleasant neighborhood of Washington, D.C. (Lucian Perkins for The Post)
Mount Pleasant has kept a degree of diversity and an attractive sense of community in a city that, swamped by gentrification, seems to be losing both.
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The dream of an Arab Spring was dashed 10 years ago, but the movement may not be dead yet
Washington Post correspondents who covered the Arab Spring reflect on the uprisings and the ongoing turmoil in the Middle East.
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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell waits for the Senate subway on Tuesday. (Salwan Georges/The Post)
The Senate could vote as soon as next week on a budget bill setting the stage for party-line passage of President Biden’s $1.9 trillion pandemic relief plan.
Butch Bowers declined to say whether he voted for Trump. “The vote is sacrosanct, so I’m not going to talk about that,” he said.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson loads doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine for distribution. (Reuters)
The looming showdown between President Biden and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is made more fraught by domestic pressures within both countries.
Two families in Yemen’s Bayda governorate lost 34 relatives, including nine children, in U.S. military actions, the petition alleges.
The new testing protocol comes ahead of the country’s largest holiday, when billions of trips are normally made nationwide.
Now the pandemic is surging, the city is shuttering and an ambitious vaccine campaign is struggling to keep up.
The breakdown in negotiations sets the table for what could be the district's fourth strike in a decade.
The quick-hitting twister in Fultondale, just north of Birmingham, killed one person and caused injuries and extensive property damage.
A fight broke out between Reps. Matthew Lyon and Roger Griswold during the impeachment hearings of Sen. William Blount in 1798. (Library of Congress)
Can the Senate try Trump for inciting an insurrection after he's left the White House? Consider the cases of Founding Father William Blount in 1797 and Secretary of War William Belknap in 1876.
Taxpayers have a right to know how much propping up the economy is really going to cost future generations.
In her Senate confirmation hearing, Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo also pledged to help the American economy recover from the pandemic, expand broadband access and promote manufacturing and clean-energy jobs.
Solar panels are stacked in a warehouse in Albuquerque. (Susan Montoya Bryan/AP)
As the cost of renewable energy plummets and climate change awareness grows,  renewables, heavy industry efficiencies and novel transport ideas are attracting mainstream investors.
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Zendaya, left, and John David Washington in “Malcolm & Marie.” (Dominic Miller/Netflix)
What starts out looking like a commercial for a luxury brand ends up more akin to “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,” albeit with prettier people.
The Fabulous Ladies Book Club has shown that immunization efforts aren’t just about getting shots into arms.
The most common resolution involves not just spending more time reading but reaching a specific number of books.