Inside the Deadly Capitol Shooting

With a mob approaching, a police lieutenant fatally shot a woman trying to vault through a window near the House Chamber.

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The Trump Presidency Is Now History. So How Will It Rank?

The Trump Presidency Is Now History. So How Will It Rank?

As scholars consider the legacy of Donald J. Trump, it appears that even the woefully inadequate James Buchanan has some serious competition.

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Biden Administration Removes Trump Allies from U.S.-Funded News Outlets

Biden Administration Removes Trump Allies from U.S.-Funded News Outlets

The Trump administration had been accused of trying to turn the federally funded news agencies into partisan mouthpieces for his presidency.

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In Crises, Vaccines Can Be Stretched, but Not Easily

In Crises, Vaccines Can Be Stretched, but Not Easily

Shortages of shots for yellow fever, polio and other diseases have led to innovative solutions even in very poor countries.

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Black, Deaf and Extremely Online

Black, Deaf and Extremely Online

On TikTok and in virtual hangouts, a younger generation is sharing the origins and nuances of Black American Sign Language, a rich variation of ASL that scholars say has been overlooked for too long.

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The Vaccinated Class

The Vaccinated Class

“Getting the vaccine is the hottest thing you could be doing on a dating app right now,” said a spokesman for OKCupid.

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How Alvin the Beagle Helped Usher in a Democratic Senate

How Alvin the Beagle Helped Usher in a Democratic Senate

Senator Raphael Warnock was sworn in this week as Georgia’s first Black senator, and he arrived with a canny canine assist.

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Help With Vaccination Push Comes From Unexpected Businesses

Help With Vaccination Push Comes From Unexpected Businesses

Microsoft, Starbucks and Amazon are among the companies offering the government assistance with logistics and operations.

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Do Curfews Slow the Coronavirus?

Do Curfews Slow the Coronavirus?

A restriction more often used in natural disasters, or to quell unrest, has never been tested against a pathogen like the virus.

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How Doug Ducey, Arizona’s Republican Governor, Views His Party After Trump

How Doug Ducey, Arizona’s Republican Governor, Views His Party After Trump

Mr. Ducey, who is facing censure by his state party on Saturday, says the divisions within the Republican Party are nothing new.

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