Democracy Dies in Darkness
(Thomas Simonetti for The Post)
State operations that review claims face massive backlogs, leaving disabled Americans waiting months and even years for judgments.
(Illustration: Frank Hulley-Jones/The Post; photos: AFP/Getty Images, U.S. Air National Guard)
FOREIGN SERVANTSSecret records of U.S. veterans’ work overseas
Two generals who oversaw U.S. supply routes through corruption-plagued Azerbaijan sought to profit from their connections once they retired. An Air Force lawyer objected. The Post sued to make the case public.
Rosalie Metro as a child with her father. (Courtesy of Rosalie Metro)
I was troubled by this feeling. But it’s more common than you think.
Brazil players celebrate after defeating South Korea 4-1. (AP)
Houses under construction this month in Menifee, Calif. (Kyle Grillot/Bloomberg News)
This week, the Department of Data reveals how homeowners fare when selling their own homes, which states have the highest living standards and what the best jobs are for older workers.
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