Democracy Dies in Darkness
Concert-going has bounced back to pre-pandemic levels. (Jonathan Newton/The Post)
President Biden said the pandemic is over — and when it comes to casinos, concerts and cosmetic procedures, Americans seem to agree. For theater, therapy and funerals, not so much.
Severe Weather
The National Hurricane Center's cone of concern early Saturday. (NOAA)
Forecasts are mixed as to whether Ian, now a tropical storm, will charge at the Florida Peninsula or traipse north toward the Panhandle.
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On Monday, a spacecraft that NASA launched last year should smash head-on into an asteroid, ideally changing the space rock's orbit. It’s a test in case Earthlings really need to move an incoming asteroid someday.
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In "Lucy by the Sea," her character Lucy Barton returns, this time riding out the pandemic’s early wave with her ex-husband in Maine.
On home confinement in San Diego, Leonard Francis hired servants and undermined the security requirements aimed at keeping the mastermind of a $35 million Navy bribery scandal from fleeing, according to interviews and records obtained by The Washington Post.
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