Biden Outlines $1.9 Trillion Spending Package to Combat Virus and Downturn

The president-elect detailed plans for an initial effort to fight the coronavirus and a subsequent one to address economic recovery.

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Senate Balances Impeachment Trial With an Incoming President

Senate leaders were working to agree on a dual track to try the departing president at the same time it considered the agenda of the incoming one, an exercise never…

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Trump’s Ideas Flourish Among State and Local Republicans

As President Trump prepares to exit the White House, his ideas, including falsehoods and conspiracy theories, continue to exert a gravitational pull among grass-roots G.O.P. officials.

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Trump’s Ideas Flourish Among State and Local Republicans

Inaugural Security Is Fortified in D.C. as Military and Police Links Are Eyed in Riot

Dozens of people in Washington on the day of the attack on the Capitol were said to be on a terrorism watch list.

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‘It’s Starting Again’: Why Filipino Nurses Dread the Second Wave

Indispensable to New York City hospitals, health care workers from the Philippines died in shocking numbers last spring. Will things be different this winter?

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He Brought Moynihan Train Hall to Life, but Didn’t Live to See It

Many credit Michael Evans with turning the vision for the hall at Penn Station into a reality. Before it opened, he took his own life.

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Facebook and Twitter Face International Scrutiny After Trump Ban

Human rights groups and activists have spent years urging the companies to do more to remove content that encouraged violence.

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As Trump Clashes With Big Tech, China’s Censored Internet Takes His Side

Blurring the distinction between companies and government, official propaganda outlets use President Trump’s ouster from Twitter and Facebook to argue that nobody in the world enjoys free speech.

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