Democracy Dies in Darkness
Companies’ job postings have fallen sharply. Layoffs are creeping up. And new data released Friday show that U.S. job creation has slowed to its lowest level in nearly a year and a half.
(Nitashia Johnson for The Post)
Federal officials have spent the past year urging Americans to get booster shots to bolster their protection against the coronavirus, which wanes over time. The campaigns have lagged badly.
(National Gallery of Art)
Experts had long wondered whether “Girl With a Flute” was really one of the world’s few paintings by the Dutch master. The pandemic gave the museum a chance to investigate.
Ukrainian forces outside of Kyiv in early February. (Michael Robinson Chavez/The Post)
As an inside look at the world of political messaging, it’s fascinating. As an inside look at the future of democracy, it’s terrifying.
Black OutThe NFL’s failure to promote Black coaches
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The president is urging all governors to do the same on state offenses of civil possession of marijuana. He is also asking Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra and Attorney General Merrick Garland to review how the drug is treated under federal law.