Frank Rafaraci, the chief executive of Multinational Logistics Services, pleaded not guilty to giving Navy official envelopes stuffed with cash.

The announced return of the four museum pieces, which comes after an investigation by The Post and ICIJ into The Pandora Papers, was welcomed by Cambodian officials who are seeking the return of countless Khmer civilization relics.

The nonprofit arm of the association paid for a robocall promoting a march to the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 to “call on Congress to stop the steal.”

Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters (R) breached her duties and was “untruthful” when she brought in someone who was not a county employee to copy the hard drives of Dominion Voting Systems machines, a state judge found.

A defense contractor faces extradition from Malta in the alleged $50 million fraud scheme.

A trove of secret files details the financial universe where global elite shield riches from taxes, probes and accountability.

Even veteran aid groups had difficulty getting people out as Afghanistan fell to the Taliban, but Operation Flyaway is an example of how a group with less experience in such efforts quickly raised enormous amounts of cash and then struggled to use it to maximum effect.

Mesa County, Colo., Clerk Tina Peters is accused of sneaking an unauthorized person into her office to make copies of Dominion voting-machine hard drives — copies that later ended up online and in the hands of conspiracy theorists.

The confirmation that Pegasus was directed against the ministers underscores the degree to which spyware developed by the Israeli company NSO Group has been used to penetrate the top reaches of a powerful democracy.

Thomas Renz, once a little-known attorney in Ohio with limited litigation experience, boosted his profile with lawsuits challenging coronavirus vaccines.

The Washington Post provided imagery of the damage caused by the strike and U.S. military assessments of the operation to experts, including a physicist and former bomb technicians. Taken together, their assessments suggest there is no evidence the car contained explosives.

A Commerce Department review found that a small security office pursued criminal investigations for years without ‘adequate legal authority’ and also inappropriately collected information on average citizens and employees.

Key policy revisions have loosened oversight of NIH-funded "gain of function" research despite some experts' fears it could inadvertently cause a pandemic.

U.N. representatives and human rights groups say evidence collected by The Washington Post shows the Myanmar military committing crimes against humanity.

U.S. commanders hid fatal flaws with Afghan army and police for more than a decade.

A simulation based on a digital model that factors in witness accounts, visual evidence and construction plans shows that an initial collapse in the pool deck area of Champlain Towers South could have triggered a series of events that brought down much of the building.

The Obama administration declared an end to combat in 2014, but U.S. troops kept fighting and dying, as detailed in this excerpt from Craig Whitlock’s book “The Afghanistan Papers: A Secret History of the War.”

In an excerpt from “The Afghanistan Papers: A Secret History of the War,” Craig Whitlock details how the Bush administration hid the truth about an attack targeting Dick Cheney, amid fears it was losing the war.

Christian group with ties to Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett began investigating claims of abuse last year.

Here are key takeaways from the Pegasus Project, which found that spyware leased by the NSO Group was used in attempted and successful hacks of 37 smartphones belonging to journalists, human rights activists, business executives and the two women closest to murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

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