Democracy Dies in Darkness
On Thursday, the president will convene the two-day “Summit for Democracy” as a rally against authoritarianism. Some invitees have undisputed democratic credentials, and some that were omitted are clearly authoritarian — but many fall into a murky area.
Nunes (R-Calif.) will step down from his seat at the end of December, the company said.
With high unemployment and a record contraction in the economy during the pandemic, many families in India can scarcely afford three meals a day.
Spectators and media members wait in line for hours every day for a chance to see the former Theranos CEO testify.
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Beijing says U.S. officials were never invited to the Winter Games, due to open in February in the Chinese capital.
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The legal action comes after Gambia pushed the International Court of Justice to hold responsible those who perpetrated mass violence against the mostly Muslim minority in Myanmar.
The European countries received a Level 4 warning while concern grows over the omicron variant of the coronavirus.
The amphibians have encroached on ecosystems of countries including Australia and the Philippines, as well as U.S. states such as Florida and Hawaii.
The political snub reflects the Biden administration’s displeasure over China’s human rights abuses.
Hospitals are accusing the travel companies of price gouging. The companies say they are responding to the laws of supply and demand in an increasingly mobile work environment.
The proposed map — which would move Navy Yard to Ward 8 and neighborhoods bordering the Anacostia to Ward 7 — will require two votes by the council this month to complete a process that has been contentious across the city.
Far-right extremists will continue to leverage Twitter to their advantage, experts said.
The Wells Warriors of College Park, Md., saw three games canceled. (Petula Dvorak/The Post)
One of the pandemic labor shortages is happening in youth sports, where games are being canceled because there aren’t enough referees. Time off from the games made them realize how abusive parents and coaches are.
In baseball's labor conflict, there's no reason for fans to feel conflicted. The sport’s players deserve as much as they can get.
Assistant Trainer Jimmy Barnes walks Medina Spirit at Pimlico Racetrack in Baltimore in May. (Toni L. Sandys/The Post)
Quarterbacks have dominated the award for the past two decades, and three of this year’s four finalists play the position.
The Wizards were their own worst enemy as self-inflicted mistakes arrived in crucial moments.
Ringo Starr, (from left) Paul McCartney, John Lennon and George Harrison, in "Get Back." (AP)
In Peter Jackson's Beatles documentary, Paul McCartney writes "Get Back" in a number of minutes. Many musicians felt validated.
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