Future Fourths might go out with less of a bang
Fireworks are uniquely positioned in the United States’ trade war with China. That’s because there’s virtually no other place where American companies can import fireworks. And Taylor Telford, a national and breaking news reporter with The Post, says tariffs on Chinese imports could threaten future fireworks displays across the United States.
- Trump’s tariffs could fizzle fireworks, an American tradition that’s 95 percent made in China
- The Fireworks King: How one Chinese businessman became the largest supplier of pyrotechnics in the United States
A Post reporter obsessed with sour cherries
National health policy reporter Lena H. Sun is obsessed with sour cherries. She even picks them early in the morning on Sundays with a ladder and a basket. The trick? Get the reddest ones that come off the stem easily.
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Wednesday, July 3, 2019
Marissa Lang on how a D.C. store’s booming go-go beats became a focus of Washington’s gentrification dilemma. And Sally Jenkins explains what she believes is the first truly woman-powered franchise in sports history.
Friday, July 5, 2019