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Mar 02, 2021

Vernon E. Jordan Jr., lawyer and D.C. political power broker, dies at 85
He was a civil rights worker, political kingmaker and confidant of President Bill Clinton.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 02, 2021

Study: 1 in 7 U.S. prisoners is serving life, and two-thirds of those are people of color
Advocates call for limiting sentences to 20 years and reviewing the geriatric inmate population to reduce mass incarceration.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 02, 2021

A North Dakota state representative's harassment was so constant, GOP colleague says, she moved her desk across the room
A bipartisan group of lawmakers is calling for North Dakota Rep. Luke Simons's resignation over allegations of inappropriate behavior with staffers and interns dating back to 2017.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 02, 2021

An evangelical scientist on reconciling her religion and the realities of climate change
Katharine Hayhoe says using our voices to call for action can help change social norms.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 02, 2021

Young readers are struggling in the pandemic. Here's how horses are helping.
"Horses and books — it's the best incentive ever," said Latishia Hodge, a mother of four who has brought her kids to read to the horses.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 02, 2021

New Orleans Archdiocese warns Catholics to avoid ‘morally compromised' Johnson & Johnson vaccine
The Archdiocese of New Orleans said Catholics should avoid the Johnson & Johnson vaccine "because of its extensive use of abortion-derived cell lines."

Washington Post Nation
Mar 02, 2021

A Capitol rioter said he posed as ‘Antifa,' feds say, then boasted he beat police who ‘got exactly what they deserved'
William Robert Norwood III said he posed as an Antifa activist, undermining false claims that leftists instigated violence at the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 02, 2021

A Capitol rioter said he posed as antifa, feds say, then boasted he beat police who ‘got exactly what they deserved'
William Robert Norwood III said he posed as an antifa activist, undermining false claims that leftists instigated violence at the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 02, 2021

Covid-19 live updates: Texas ends mask requirement, the largest state to do so, at critical moment in pandemic
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) lifted the state's mask requirement on Tuesday at a moment when public health officials are warning that new, more transmissible variants could be taking hold.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 02, 2021

D.C. expands paid leave: Two weeks to mourn a child, but no parental leave after stillbirths
Council members say they would like to expand bereavement leave for other losses later.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 02, 2021

At least 15 killed in California crash near U.S.-Mexico border
At least 15 people were killed in a California crash near the U.S.-Mexico border in which a vehicle carrying at least 25 passengers collided with a semi hauling gravel.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 02, 2021

Covid-19 live updates: States will get another boost in weekly vaccine supplies, White House says
Nationwide, a steady drop in new coronavirus cases appeared to be leveling off, prompting fears that the trend could reverse amid yet another wave of infections.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 02, 2021

A mom reported her 6-year-old missing. She'd actually run him over and thrown him in a river, police said.
Brittany Gosney, 29, fatally ran over her son, 6-year-old James Hutchinson, and then threw his body into the Ohio River, police said.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 02, 2021

Live updates: Global coronavirus numbers edging back up after weeks of decline, says WHO
After six weeks of decline, cases around the world are on the rise again likely due to virulent new variants and loosening restrictions.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 01, 2021

Trump received the coronavirus vaccine before leaving the White House, adviser says
The rolling seven-day average of infections has stagnated around a worrisomely high daily rate of 75,000 after weeks of declines.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 01, 2021

In Jackson, Miss., two weeks with no running water and no end in sight
Residents are filling pots with whatever water they can find after devastating storms.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 01, 2021

Goya's CEO falsely claims Trump is the ‘real,' ‘legitimate' president. Critics call for a boycott.
Goya CEO Robert Unanue falsely claimed at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando that Trump is the 'real' and 'legitimate' president.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 01, 2021

As CPAC dismisses claims that its stage resembled a Nazi insignia, Hyatt calls hate symbols ‘abhorrent'
The Odal or Othala Rune, a symbol emblazoned on the uniforms of a division of Nazi soldiers, has been classified by the ADL as a hate symbol adopted by modern day white supremacists.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 01, 2021

California doctor attends Zoom court hearing during surgery: ‘I'm in an operating room right now'
A Sacramento judge delayed a traffic hearing after the defendant continued to perform surgery during the live-streamed meeting.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 01, 2021

California doctor attends Zoom court hearing during surgery: ‘I'm in an operating room right now.'
A Sacramento judge delayed a traffic hearing after the defendant continued to perform surgery during a Zoom meeting.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 01, 2021

A Texas-type blackout or water crisis is unlikely in the region. But we're not in the clear.
D.C. area's power grid is much more resilient than that of Lone Star State; flooding is a worry.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 01, 2021

Live updates: Trump received the coronavirus vaccine before leaving the White House, adviser says
The rolling seven-day average of infections has stagnated around a worrisomely high daily rate of 75,000 after weeks of declines.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 01, 2021

A man refused to mask up at a high school basketball game. Then he killed a cop who intervened, police say.
Tulane University Police officer Martinus Mitchum, 38, was fatally shot by a man who refused to put on a mask to enter a high school basketball game, New Orleans police said.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 01, 2021

A man refused to mask up at a high school basketball game. Then he killed an officer who intervened, police say.
Tulane University Police officer Martinus Mitchum, 38, was fatally shot by a man who refused to put on a mask to enter a high school basketball game, New Orleans police said.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 01, 2021

Live updates: Downtrend in new U.S. infections stalls, fueling concerns over virus variants' spread
The rolling seven-day average has stagnated around a worrisomely high daily rate of 75,000 after weeks of declines.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 01, 2021

Live updates: Senators ask White House to use reserved second doses to vaccinate more people
The rolling seven-day average has stagnated around a worrisomely high daily rate of 75,000 after weeks of declines.

Washington Post Nation
Mar 01, 2021

After backlash, Minneapolis scraps social ‘influencer' plan for trial over killing of George Floyd
The Minneapolis City Council is dropping its plan to hire influencers to boost city-approved messaging during the trial.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 28, 2021

Minneapolis hires online emissaries to dispel misinformation during trial in killing of George Floyd
A portion of the plan includes paying $2,000 to six local social media influencers tied to the city's Black, Hmong, Latino, Native American and Somali communities.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 28, 2021

The power is back, but millions of Texans wonder what it will take to fully recover — and who will help them
Widespread damage remains: burst pipes, damaged homes and businesses, and the loss of more than 30 lives.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 27, 2021

‘Three percenters' truck at Capitol belongs to husband of congresswoman who said, ‘Hitler got one thing right'
Illinois Democrats are calling for the state lawmaker to be investigated over his actions ahead of the U.S. Capitol riot.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 27, 2021

‘Three percenters' truck at Capitol belongs to husband of congresswoman who said, ‘Hitler was right on one thing'
Illinois Democrats are calling for the state lawmaker to be investigated over his actions ahead of the U.S. Capitol riot.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 27, 2021

A road like no other, in peril like never before
This Black History Month, as history struggles to keep up with current events, we can remember how we got here as we keep our eyes on the future.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 27, 2021

California's intensified fires are increasing the threat to Highway 1, severed yet again
Highway One at Big Sur has been severed again, this time the result of the new threat posed by fire

Washington Post Nation
Feb 27, 2021

She cried on TV after her husband's killing. Now she's charged with covering for the shooter.
Jennifer Faith is accused of helping her romantic partner conceal that he had fatally shot her husband, an information-technology director for American Airlines.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 27, 2021

A boy stood in the snow, screaming for help. He had just shot his brother.
Jere'e Clark was driving by when she stopped to help the desperate 10-year-old. Several other people had kept driving, prosecutors said.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 26, 2021

Live updates: FDA panel reviewing Johnson & Johnson shot; Canada authorizes AstraZeneca vaccine
If cleared, the shot would be the United States' third vaccine against the pathogen, but the only one that provides protection with a single dose.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 26, 2021

Biden administration preparing another tent facility to cope with border influx
U.S. Customs and Border Protection will operate the "soft-sided" facility in Del Rio, Texas

Washington Post Nation
Feb 26, 2021

Live updates: FDA panel reviewing Johnson & Johnson shot; Queen Elizabeth urges Britons to get vaccinated
If cleared, the shot would be the United States' third vaccine against the pathogen, but the only one that provides protection with a single dose.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 26, 2021

FDA panel recommends authorization of Johnson & Johnson single-shot vaccine
If cleared, the shot would be the United States' third vaccine against the pathogen, but the only one that provides protection with a single dose.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 26, 2021

Texas vaccination site turned away at least 14 undocumented immigrants over their status, against state policy
The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley has apologized after at least 14 people were wrongly denied vaccines over their immigration status.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 26, 2021

Texas vaccination site turned away undocumented immigrants over their status, against state policy
The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley has apologized after at least 14 people were wrongly denied vaccines over their immigration status.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 26, 2021

Some Democrats want to fire the Senate parliamentarian who scuttled $15 minimum-wage plans. It's been done once before.
After MacDonough dashed the majority party's hopes for a $15 minimum wage, some Democrats called the Senate's referee to be fired.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 26, 2021

Live updates: FDA panel to review Johnson & Johnson shot; Queen Elizabeth urges Britons to get vaccinated
If cleared, the shot would be the United States' third vaccine against the pathogen, but the only one that provides protection with a single dose.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 26, 2021

An Asian American family was being harassed. Neighbors now stand guard each night at their home.
"The neighbors keep watching, and I am very grateful," said Haijun Si, whose home has been targeted by teens who shout racial slurs, hurl rocks and pound on their door.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 26, 2021

Live updates: FDA panel recommends authorization of Johnson & Johnson single-shot vaccine
If cleared, the shot would be the United States' third vaccine against the pathogen, but the only one that provides protection with a single dose.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 26, 2021

Trump called McConnell a ‘hack.' But McConnell says he would ‘absolutely' back him if he wins 2024 nomination.
McConnell said in a Fox News interview that he would support Trump, despite slamming the former president for his incitement of the Capitol riot.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 26, 2021

Live updates: FDA panel to review Johnson & Johnson vaccine; fears over virus on U.S. warships in Middle East
If cleared, the shot would be the nation's third vaccine against the pathogen, but the only one that provides protection with a single dose.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 25, 2021

Costco to raise its minimum wage to $16, joining others in boosting pay during pandemic
A new vaccine is expected to hit the market soon, while drugmakers are retooling the existing ones to combat the emerging, more virulent variants of the virus.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 25, 2021

‘Nobody came, nobody helped': Fears of anti-Asian violence rattle the community
Violent attacks against Asian American elders have left the community reeling, especially across Chinatowns from New York to San Francisco. Now they're looking for ways to protect themselves.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 25, 2021

Fear of anti-Asian attacks leaves communities feeling alone in fight
Violent attacks against Asian American elders have left the community reeling, especially across Chinatowns from New York to San Francisco. Now they're looking for ways to protect themselves.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 25, 2021

Texas is in desperate need of plumbers. Two brothers-in-law drove more than 20 hours straight to help.
After a snowstorm ravaged the South, a family of plumbers was heartbroken to see so many people have water issues. They packed up a truck with supplies and traveled from New Jersey to help.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 25, 2021

Dozens got coronavirus from high-intensity workouts in gyms. The CDC warns that masks, better ventilation are a must.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday urged gym users to wear masks during intense workouts — even when socially distant — and asked gyms to improve ventilation and push for outdoor activities when possible.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 25, 2021

The Texas freeze's silent victims: wildebeest, gemsbok antelope and other ‘exotic' animals
Ranchers and breeders are still calculating their losses. ‘It was heartbreaking,' one says.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 25, 2021

Live updates: New vaccine developments raise hopes even as virus variants proliferate
A new vaccine is expected to hit the market soon, while drugmakers are retooling the existing ones to combat the emerging, more virulent variants of the virus.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 25, 2021

Virginia prison guards accused a staffer of smuggling contraband, so she was fired. It was a tampon, she says.
Joyce Flores says she tried to convince the Virginia Department of Corrections officers for hours that the article inside her vagina was a tampon and not contraband.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 25, 2021

Marjorie Taylor Greene blasted for attacking colleague's transgender child: ‘Sickening, pathetic, unimaginably cruel'
After Rep. Marie Newman (D-Ill.), who has a transgender daughter, hung a transgender rights flag outside her office, her neighbor, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green (R-Ga.) retaliated with an anti-transgender sign.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 25, 2021

Marjorie Taylor Greene blasted for attacking colleague's transgender daughter: ‘Sickening, pathetic, unimaginably cruel'
After Rep. Marie Newman (D-Ill.), who has a transgender daughter, hung a transgender rights flag outside her office, her neighbor, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green (R-Ga.), retaliated with a transphobic sign.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 25, 2021

Live updates: Costco to raise its minimum wage to $16, joining others in boosting pay during pandemic
A new vaccine is expected to hit the market soon, while drugmakers are retooling the existing ones to combat the emerging, more virulent variants of the virus.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 25, 2021

DHS announces $77 million in grant funding to combat domestic terror and extremism
The security agency founded after the 9/11 attacks is pivoting to face threats from domestic groups and white supremacists.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 25, 2021

DHS announces $77 million in grant funding to combat domestic terrorism and extremism
The security agency founded after the 9/11 attacks is pivoting to face threats from domestic groups and white supremacists.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 25, 2021

A Capitol rioter texted his ex during the insurrection to call her a ‘moron,' feds say. She turned him in.
Richard Michetti called his former partner a "moron" in a text message during the insurrection, federal agents said, and she quickly turned him in.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 25, 2021

Pamela Smith named chief of U.S. Park Police
Smith, a 23-year veteran of the Park Police, says she will implement body cameras in an agency currently not using them.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 25, 2021

Live updates: Several new vaccine developments raise hopes even as virus variants proliferate
New vaccines are hitting the market while drug makers are retooling the existing ones to combat the emerging, more virulent strains of the virus.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 24, 2021

Moderna says new version of vaccine is tailored to quell infection by South Africa variant
It is the third-straight week that global deaths have fallen. The number of new cases is also down by 11 percent from the week before.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 24, 2021

Fanne Foxe, ‘Argentine Firecracker' at center of D.C. sex scandal, dies at 84
She ran from the car of a powerful congressman and dove into the Tidal Basin in 1974, generating a splash that would ripple into a political cause celebre.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 24, 2021

Live updates: Coronavirus deaths fell by 20% last week, WHO says
It is the third-straight week that global deaths have fallen. The number of new cases is also down by 11 percent from the week before.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 24, 2021

South Dakota AG pushed by critics to resign over new evidence in fatal car incident: ‘He knew what he hit and he lied'
South Dakota Gov. Kristi L. Noem (R) called for Jason Ravnsborg's resignation as a bipartisan group of lawmakers introduced articles of impeachment.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 24, 2021

Live updates: Moderna says new version of vaccine is tailored to quell infection by South Africa variant
It is the third-straight week that global deaths have fallen. The number of new cases is also down by 11 percent from the week before.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 24, 2021

Ex-aide alleges Gov. Cuomo sexually harassed her, kissed her and left her ‘nauseous' at work
Lindsey Boylan said in an online post that Cuomo "would go out of his way to touch me on my lower back, arms and legs," and she shared images of text messages and emails that she said supported her story.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 24, 2021

Oklahoma man accused of triple murder confessed to killing neighbor and cooking her heart ‘with potatoes,' investigators say
In one of the three murders he is accused of, Lawrence Anderson told state investigators he "cooked the heart with potatoes to feed to his family to release the demons."

Washington Post Nation
Feb 24, 2021

She needed a vaccine appointment before open-heart surgery. She got it from a stranger on Nextdoor.
"I am scheduled for the vaccine this morning at 10:45am," wrote Christy Lewis, who has an autoimmune disease. "You need this much more than I do."

Washington Post Nation
Feb 24, 2021

Critics slam Sen. Ron Johnson for unfounded claim that ‘fake Trump protesters' led riots: ‘It's disgraceful'
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) made false claims minimizing the damage done by a pro-Trump mob during the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 24, 2021

Ex-officer threatened to put a bullet in 11-year-old's head over doorbell prank, police say
A former police officer is facing charges of kidnapping and making death threats to an 11-year-old following a doorbell prank, police say.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 24, 2021

Live updates: Biden administration to deliver 25 million free cloth masks to low-income Americans
It is the third-straight week that global deaths have fallen. The number of new cases is also down by 11 percent from the week before.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 24, 2021

Ex-aide says Gov. Cuomo sexually harassed her, kissed her and left her ‘nauseous' at work
Lindsey Boylan said in an online post that Cuomo "would go out of his way to touch me on my lower back, arms and legs," and she shared images of text messages and emails supporting her story.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 24, 2021

Black History Month 2021
This Black History Month, as history struggles to keep up with current events, we can remember how we got here as we keep our eyes on the future.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 24, 2021

Live updates: Coronavirus deaths fell by 20% last week from previous one, WHO says
It is the third straight week that global deaths have fallen. The number of new cases is also down by 11 percent from the week before.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 24, 2021

Live updates: Biden administration to deliver 25 million free cloth masks to low-income Americans; worldwide coronavirus deaths decline
It is the third-straight week that global deaths have fallen. The number of new cases is also down by 11 percent from the week before.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 23, 2021

Congress holds moment of silence for 500,000 lives lost to coronavirus
More than 28 million cases have been reported and the Washington Post data shows nearly 500,000 deaths, but numbers of new fatalities and infections have been declining for weeks.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 23, 2021

A delivery driver got stuck in a client's driveway during the Texas storm. The couple took her in for five days.
"I just couldn't get over it — they never saw me as a burden, not even for a second," said Chelsea Timmons.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 23, 2021

Police had no legal reason to place Elijah McClain in chokehold before his death, probe finds
The 157-page report details a series of errors by the arresting officers, responding paramedics and police who investigated the officers on the scene.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 23, 2021

Police had no legal reason to place Elijah McClain in chokehold, probe of death finds
The 157-page report details a series of errors by the arresting officers, responding paramedics and police who investigated the officers on the scene.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 23, 2021

Life amid the ruins of QAnon: ‘I wanted my family back'
An epidemic of conspiracy, fanned by social media and self-serving politicians, is tearing families apart.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 23, 2021

No officers indicted in death of Daniel Prude, a Black man pinned and hooded during mental crisis
New York Attorney General Letitia James announced the decision Tuesday while calling for criminal justice reforms to hold police accountable and decrying "a system that at its core is broken."

Washington Post Nation
Feb 23, 2021

Live updates: Congress holds moment of silence for 500,000 lives lost to coronavirus
More than 28 million cases have been reported and the Washington Post data shows nearly 500,000 deaths, but numbers of new fatalities and infections have been declining for weeks.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 23, 2021

Optics aren't everything. Sometimes they are the only thing.
The Senate convened to examine the security lapses at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, and although the witnesses made clear there were multiple points of failure, the missteps always seemed to come down to optics.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 23, 2021

A double-lung transplant recipient got covid-19 from her donor, report finds. She died two months later.
"This is at least the first proven case of transmission of covid-19 via organ transplantation in the United States," the director of Michigan Medicine's transplant infectious-disease service said.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 23, 2021

Live updates: 500,000 people should not have died in a country as ‘rich and sophisticated' as U.S., Fauci says
More than 28 million cases have been reported and the Washington Post data shows nearly 500,000 deaths, but numbers of new fatalities and infections have been declining for weeks.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 23, 2021

Montgomery County to decide whether to allow solar in agricultural reserve
The controversial zoning change has pit some farmers against environmentalists.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 23, 2021

SNL's Michael Che said Israel only vaccinated its ‘Jewish half.' Critics call the joke ‘an antisemitic trope.'
The eight-second segment on "Saturday Night Live," which was met with stifled laughter from viewers inside Studio 8H, has led to Jewish organizations accusing Michael Che of leaning into "an anti-Semitic trope," and some have demanded that the comedian to apologize.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 23, 2021

Texas AG Ken Paxton left Austin for Utah during power outages. Democrats say he ‘couldn't care less about the people.'
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is the latest GOP leader facing blowback for leaving the state during the devastating winter storm.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 23, 2021

No officers indicted in death of Daniel Prude, Black man pinned and hooded during mental crisis
New York Attorney General Letitia James announced the decision Tuesday while calling for criminal justice reforms to hold police accountable and decrying "a system that at its core is broken."

Washington Post Nation
Feb 23, 2021

Montgomery County approves limited solar development in agricultural reserve
The controversial zoning change pit some farmers against environmentalists.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 23, 2021

Live updates: Half a million people should not have died in a country as ‘rich and sophisticated' as the U.S., says Fauci
More than 28 million cases have been reported and the Washington Post data shows nearly 500,000 deaths, but numbers of new fatalities and infections have been declining for weeks.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 23, 2021

Accidental gender-reveal explosion kills an expectant father in New York: ‘This shouldn't have happened'
A homemade gender-reveal device accidentally exploded, killing a New York father-to-be and injuring his brother.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 23, 2021

Live updates: Half million people should not have died in a country as ‘rich and sophisticated' as the United States, says Fauci
More than 28 million cases have been reported and the Washington Post data shows nearly 500,000 deaths, but numbers of new fatalities and infections have been declining for weeks.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 23, 2021

In Houston, the heroes now arrive with plumbing tools
Thousands of people across the sprawling city still have no water because of burst pipes from the historic winter storm.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 22, 2021

As covid-19 death toll nears 500,000, Biden urges Americans to ‘fight this together'
The U.K. lockdown exit strategy will begin March 8 with the reopening of schools, the resumption of care home visits and fewer socializing rules.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 22, 2021

Live updates: New case numbers drop to levels not seen since the fall as U.S. death toll nears 500,000
The seven-day rolling average number of new cases has dropped to 65,000, similar to back in October, and way down from highs of 250,000 in January. But experts warn "normal" is still a long way off.

Washington Post Nation
Feb 22, 2021

First migrant facility for children opens under Biden
Dozens of migrant teens arrived Monday at a federal government facility that stayed open for only a month in 2019.

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