Democracy Dies in Darkness
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The rapid growth of the nation’s Latino and Black population over the past decade is not reflected in any of the new maps passed so far, except California’s.
Adding to the growing tension, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said his country “would not sit idly by in this situation.”
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Police officers stand in position as demonstrators protest the fatal police shooting of Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center, Minn., in April 2021. (Joshua Lott/The Post)
While most of the country says police are not trained well in avoiding excessive force, these police trainers stress confrontation and blame news organizations for criticism of law enforcement.
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The Biden administration says it will aggressively enforce air quality rules in Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi and other problem areas in the South.
The move signals that rank-and-file members are looking for creative ways to advance climate legislation, regardless of the fate of Build Back Better and its $555 billion in climate spending.
The Sagamore subdivision in Superior, Colo., was completely destroyed by the Marshall Fire in late December. (Chet Strange for The Post)
When the Sagamore subdivision was built in the 1990s, wildfires did not loom as a threat. But last month, all of Sagamore burned to the ground in minutes.
Democratic state Sen. Joseph D. Morrissey signaled that he would support Andrew Wheeler, Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s pick for natural resources secretary.
Rising temperatures could reduce how far meteorologists can see into the future, a study finds.
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The probe near Williams Lake came after the discovery in May of the remains of 215 Indigenous children at another former facility in British Columbia. (AFP/Getty Images)
Chief Willie Sellars of Williams Lake First Nation said the investigation into the St. Joseph’s Mission school revealed stories of murder and torture.
For nearly a week dozens of militants were holed up in the prison wing reserved for minors amid reports of heavy casualties.
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