Democracy Dies in Darkness
Making his first speech since leaving the presidency before an adulatory conservative crowd, Donald Trump hinted he was contemplating another presidential campaign in 2024.
The effort will be up against significant head winds, as the former president still holds vast sway over the Republican Party, even after his supporters attacked the U.S. Capitol in January.
Lawmakers are backing off a “Plan B” strategy to hike pay for minimum wage workers through tax penalties on corporations.
Marilu Leyva and her son, Daniel, at their home in Austin on Thursday. The recent winter storm left her without running water in her home. (Sergio Flores for The Post)
Widespread damage remains: burst pipes, damaged homes and businesses, and the loss of more than 30 lives.
Hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler and others worked through technical glitches to deliver some strong words on inclusivity — an effort that was reflected in some major wins.
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New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo (D) has been accused of sexual harassment by former aides Charlotte Bennett and Lindsey Boylan.
Tehran says the time is not suitable as it seeks a clear agenda on what will be discussed.
The scenes turned Yangon into a battleground as the military moved to crush resistance to the coup.
More than 40 activists were charged Sunday under the national security law. They face life in prison if found guilty.
Ben Bonnema specifically asked the Trader Joe’s CEO to allow its employees to enforce the store’s mask-wearing policy.
The barrier that was erected after the Jan. 6 Capitol breach is disrupting life for residents of the neighborhood and the city.
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At CPAC, Trump reasserts his control of the GOP
In his first public appearance since leaving office, former president Donald Trump further cemented his dominance over the Republican Party.
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Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-N.C.) heads back to his office on Jan. 6 after speaking to Trump supporters. (Gabriella Demczuk)
A more conservative court could make changes in how rules for the next election will be set. 
Illinois Democrats are calling for Chris Miller, who is a Republican member of the state’s general assembly, to be investigated over his actions ahead of the Capitol riot.
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Meng Wanzhou leaves her home for the British Columbia Supreme Court. (Jonathan Hayward/AP)
Meng Wanzhou’s lawyers said then-president Donald Trump “made repeated threats to intervene in the applicant’s case in order to leverage her prosecution for political purposes … This conduct is deeply offensive to the rule of law and the integrity of the judicial process.”
President Nayib Bukele had warm ties with the Trump administration but was unable to secure meetings with President Biden’s top Latin America officials during a recent trip to Washington.
President Biden is pushing to reclaim America’s global leadership after four years of the former president's insults and snubs. But allies worry the United States could easily return to Trumpism.
The oil slick, believed to have occurred earlier this month, has caused the death of at least one fin whale and six baby sea turtles.
While Oaxaca doesn’t pull in nearly as many visitors as Mexican destinations such as Cancún, Acapulco or Mexico City, tourism is a significant part of its economy. Yet some visitors are behaving like the pandemic is over.
Workers install barbed wire on fencing outside the Hennepin County Government Center on Feb. 23 in Minneapolis. (Jim Mone/AP)
Tensions are high in Minneapolis, where, in a week, Derek Chauvin will be the first of four former Minneapolis police officers to stand trial in Floyd’s 2020 death.
Third-grader Za’Quan Daniels, 9, celebrates a correct answer with social worker Maureen Saint-Cyr at Patterson Elementary School in Washington. (Evelyn Hockstein for The Post)
The experiences at Patterson Elementary School in Southwest show the significant hurdles as D.C. attempts to equitably reopen school buildings.
Sharbat in Adams Morgan welcomes visitors with expertly made sweet and savory baked goods from Azerbaijan.
The National Museum of Mathematics presents an augmented-reality art show you look at on your phone.
A new anthology compiles decades of music writing from the 90-year-old jazz critic.
Members of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union hold signs outside an Amazon facility in Bessemer, Ala., where the union is trying to organize warehouse workers. (AP)
The president tweeted a video in support of Amazon warehouse workers who are in the process of voting by mail to determine whether they will be represented by the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union.
Two surveys show China’s manufacturing recovery weakened for a third month in February as exports and new orders declined
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