Democracy Dies in Darkness
Billy Barr began logging snowfall to keep busy. Along the way, he became an unwitting chronicler of climate change.
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Landsat 9, launched in September by NASA and the U.S. Geological Survey, offers ultra-detailed views of Earth’s surface and “will help us make science-based decisions on key issues including water use, wildfire impacts, coral reef degradation, glacier and ice-shelf retreat and tropical deforestation,” said USGS acting director David Applegate.
A new report indicates the U.S. government will make it more expensive to extract oil and gas on federal land and offshore, by accounting for climate change and other environmental impacts.
The Fortin family, with Scottsdale, Ariz., firefighters Derek Owen and Preston Fuller, after they rescued their pet dog, who ventured into their tortoise’s burrow. (Scottsdale Fire Department)
The two animals aren’t exactly the best of friends.
“Gun owners are not going to tolerate being ignored,” warns one gun-rights figure, but others give the governor-elect space.
William & Mary offers a case study of the tensions that confront the Commonwealth’s most venerable institutions of higher learning.
These oysters were harvested from the Chesapeake Bay in 2019. (Katherine Frey/The Post)
When Chesapeake Bay shellfish become contaminated with sewage or other pollution, Maryland environmental officials normally alert the public before any are harvested or eaten. But that didn’t happen after a recent toxic spill in Southern Maryland — and at least two dozen people became ill.
Dan Prescott has fallen out of the MVP conversation after three losses in the last four games. (AP)
The Cowboys’ Dak Prescott has joined Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes as quarterbacks who are experiencing unusual struggles.
Pitchers Cade Cavalli, Jackson Rutledge and Cole Henry are on the franchise’s short list.
He embodied a quality we credit sports with providing us for life: Friendship.
No team in the league has emerged as truly elite this season, which has led to some surprising results.
The new musical was inspired by Beverly Lindsay-Johnson's 2007 documentary. (Jiiko Ozimba)
Washington’s homegrown program, broadcast on WOOK-TV, broke new ground in the 1960s. It’s the focus of a work — with book and lyrics by Jiiko Ozimba and music by Tony Berry and Peter Chatmon — streaming on Vimeo pay-per-view.
She edited about 10 years off their photo, made them look "amazing" and posted it online — is it okay to ask her to take it down?
Our friend has given us many gifts over the years. I found out he has checked our house to see whether they’re being used.