Democracy Dies in Darkness
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Cryptocurrencies have lost roughly half their total value in a matter of weeks, wiping out an astonishing $1.35 trillion in value globally and hiking pressure on regulators to develop a coordinated approach toward overseeing the industry.
The fuel has arrived for decades, but  now Russia is threatening to cut it off if it faces economic sanctions following an incursion into Ukraine.  The United States and its allies are scrambling to line up a substitute.
The electors were aided in their effort by Trump campaign officials and Trump attorney Rudolph W. Giuliani, who said publicly that the rival slates were necessary and appropriate.
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The pediatric ward of Kandahar’s Mirwais Hospital is filled with skeletal babies suffering from acute malnutrition. (Lorenzo Tugnoli for The Post)
Over 22 million people, more than half the country’s population, are facing crisis-levels of hunger, according to the U.N. World Food Program. The number is a steep increase from September, when more than 14 million people were at risk of going hungry.
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Mammatus clouds are seen over Montevideo, Uruguay, on Jan. 4. (AFP/Getty Images)
Rising temperatures could reduce how far meteorologists can see into the future, a study finds.
Democratic state Sen. Joseph D. Morrissey signaled that he would support Andrew Wheeler, Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s pick for natural resources secretary.
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The College Board plans to switch the test to a digital format, and cut its length from three hours to two, at international sites next year and in U.S. sites by spring 2024.
At an anti-vaccination rally over the weekend, Kennedy implied life was harder for unvaccinated Americans today than it was for Frank, who lived in hiding in Nazi-controlled Europe and died at a concentration camp.
Maddie Barber with one of her hogs at the Kendall County Junior Livestock Show. (Tally Barber)
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