Democracy Dies in Darkness
The attack on the reportedly high-security police mosque in Peshawar raises questions about Pakistan's ability to confront its militant threat, as the country is mired in challenges, including an economic crisis and a political standoff.
(Artur Galocha/The Post)
See how frigid temperatures and heavy snow can wreak havoc on everything from a city's hospitals and power grid to its rail and air transportation.
(Tom Brenner for The Post)
The move will restructure the federal government’s response to the pandemic nearly three years after the virus first arrived in the United States.
(Melissa Ortman)
“I guess a lot of people might find it a little unusual, but to us, it’s now the normal routine,” said  the teen’s father.
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