Democracy Dies in Darkness
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A series of graphics tracking U.S. covid-19 cases, hospitalizations, deaths and vaccination rates.
People cross the street in Buenos Aires during a heat wave Jan. 12. (Agustin Marcarian/Reuters)
Colder regions may experience more cases during the winter, while warmer regions may see spikes in the summer.
Many people remain confused about these rapid tests and how they work. We break down just how reliable these tests are and what your next move should be if you’re looking to get tested.
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Pipelines in Nuiqsut, Alaska. (Bonnie Jo Mount/The Post)
The Biden administration came into office promising to shift the country away from its dependence on fossil fuels. But faced with political and legal challenges, oil drilling and coal mining on public lands have continued unabated and Biden officials have even taken steps that benefit the industries.
Rafael Nadal, playing for a men’s record 21st Grand Slam singles title, will face Daniil Medvedev after both players won semifinal matches Friday at the Australian Open.
A “Star Wars” fan since early childhood, Antonee Robinson introduces himself by his galactic nickname.
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