Democracy Dies in Darkness
(Amanda Andrade-Rhoades for The Post)
The recommendations signal the Biden administration has decided the lower covid fatality rate in a heavily vaccinated nation allows less demanding guidelines.
(Anna-Marie Kellen/Metropolitan Museum of Art)
Antiquities reproduced in vivid color, now on view in the “Chroma” exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, may look garish to modern eyes.
(The Post)
The House is expected to approve the Inflation Reduction Act on Friday that includes a minimum tax rate of 15 percent on some companies.
A calm has settled over the Afghan capital this summer, a wary detente between the country’s stern religious rulers and a deflated, worried populace that is struggling to survive but also relieved that the punishing 20-year war involving foreign troops is over.
(Gerry Keene)
"If we didn’t get her out, she would die in there," one of the rescuers said.
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A Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman said talks are ongoing, but he warned the United States against conducting diplomacy in public.
Aine Davis was arrested in Britain after being deported by Turkish authorities.
“Every year it is getting nearer,” said one shopkeeper.
(The Post)
Months of scant rainfall and above-average temperatures have entrenched the region in drought, becoming the worst on record in some countries.