Democracy Dies in Darkness
Tyre Nichols's parents describe the fatal Memphis police beating. (Jessica Koscielniak, Hadley Green/The Post)
The arrest of the ex-officers sets the stage for the public release Friday evening of surveillance and body-camera footage of their interaction with Nichols, which local officials have said could spark violence in Memphis.
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A protest in an Atlanta forest over a police training facility has become the latest flash point between demonstrators and law enforcement after the city was rocked by racial justice protests in 2020.
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You can make your home more energy-efficient this year with the federal government picking up at least some of the tab on everything from stoves to electric vehicles.
“This nation has gone through too much. We’ve come too far to let that happen,” President Biden said, promising to “veto everything” Republicans try to send to his desk.
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The New York congressman said he was a star of the team at Baruch College. You would think such a decorated former student athlete would be … remembered.
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The truck-sized asteroid, which has been named 2023 BU, will travel just 2,200 miles above the earth’s surface, darting over the southern tip of South America. It is expected to be one of the closest approaches by a near-Earth object on record.
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