Democracy Dies in Darkness
Democrat Raphael Warnock speaks in Jonesboro, Ga., on Nov. 19. (Kevin D. Liles for The Post)
In the two contests that will decide control of the U.S. Senate, it is Warnock, a 51-year-old preacher, who is animating the diversifying Democratic base and is being seen as a ripe target for the GOP.
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These ceremonies are something pleasant in a world of awful. Even if it is just a matter of appearances.
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The Swinomish and Sauk-Suiattle tribes are working to restore salmon habitat along Nookachamps Creek, a tributary of the Skagit River near Mount Vernon, Wash. (Jovelle Tamayo for The Post)
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After a brutal storm in 2006, the Swinomish tribe off the coast of Washington state launched a strategy to deal with the effects of a warming planet. Now, 50 other native tribes have followed suit.
An officer four days into field training fatally shot a man in 2017 during an alleged carjacking. The city filed manslaughter charges, with the DA following up on a promise to hold law enforcement accountable.
The Rich family said Fox News published a bogus story that was heavily promoted by its opinion hosts and "intentionally exploited" his death.
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In a year of reinvention, the Recording Academy fails to reimagine who deserves a Grammy.
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Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.) takes the stage after Sen. Rick Scott (R-Fla.) delivered a speech during a campaign event Nov. 13. (Reuters)
Republicans in the Senate have been about four times as likely as Americans overall to have tested positive for the virus.
Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr. (D-N.J.) filed complaints in five states against Giuliani and 22 other lawyers working with the Trump campaign, calling for them to be stripped of their law licenses for filing “frivolous” lawsuits and allegedly engaging in “conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation.”
The sun sets over the Syrian city of Daraa in 2018. (AFP/Getty Images)
Daraa was the cradle of the revolution. Two years after its recapture by government forces, killings are on the rise.
Hundreds of people in a town in Ethiopia’s Tigray region were stabbed, strangled and hacked to death in an apparent ethnically based attack that may amount to crimes against humanity and war crimes, the commission said.
The Hollywood star said he would be ashamed if he didn’t speak out against Hungary’s “authoritarianism.”
Governments eager to relax the rules and people eager to enjoy themselves have given the virus a window. Now, winter is coming.
With Anne Arundel County schools closed, residents of the Crofton, Md., area pack the sledding hill at the intersection of Reidel and Johns Hopkins roads in 2015. (Jonathan Newton/The Post)
Platforms such as Zoom, Blackboard and Microsoft Teams have demonstrated that schools are able to reach students synchronously — and at least somewhat reliably — even when they are outside the classroom.
The action against OANN, which President Trump’s allies have praised in recent weeks while raging against Fox News for supposed disloyalty following the election, was the latest sign that Silicon Valley remains prepared to enforce policies against false and misleading information.
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NFL Week 11Analysis
The Ravens' talented defense has been ravaged by injuries, the Eagles' offense is a mess, and the Dolphins have to navigate a tough schedule with a rookie QB.
Perspective
This dreadful division is there for the taking. But taking it wouldn’t mask the work Washington still faces.
Analysis
For its first rankings of 2020 appearing this evening, the committee has met in Texas in recent days staring at an inscrutable puzzle with 17 unbeaten teams.
Colter Zimmer, 13, puts up Christmas lights with his mom, Julie Zimmer, at their home in Crofton, Md., on Sunday. (Evelyn Hockstein for The Post)
Families are digging into their storage containers earlier than ever to follow through on one part of the holidays they can control in a year turned upside down by the coronavirus pandemic: turning on the Christmas lights.
He wonders: Break up now or wait? First, there are some questions he should ask himself.
Kids want dad to find happiness, but his new love is driving a wedge between them.
Accomplished cook receives faux proposals from married male guests. She wants to spare the wives.
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The beloved museum remains relevant, and not just because it was founded in the wake of a pandemic.
Book Review
In “No Time Like the Future,” the beloved actor and activist offers life lessons he’s learned the hard way.
The nine nominations from the Recording Academy for January’s ceremony puts Beyoncé at 79 for her career, the most of any female artist.
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John Gray’s “Feline Philosophy” argues that cats have it all figured out.
TV Review
"Saved by the Bell’s" newest class holds its own against the original in Peacock’s reboot.