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Washington Post Nation
Jan 24, 2021

At least one hospitalized after Tacoma police officer drives car into crowd
The Pierce County Force Investigation Team is conducting an independent investigation of the incident.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 24, 2021

Vaccine supply hinders expanding beyond goal of 100 million shots, Biden health official says
Anthony S. Fauci, the government's senior infectious-disease expert, also said he now believes the coronavirus variant first detected in the United Kingdom is more deadly and spreads faster.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 24, 2021

At least one hospitalized after Tacoma police officer, ‘fearing for his safety,' drives car into crowd
As police began clearing an intersection after responding to a group that was "driving in a reckless manner," some people began surrounding an officer's vehicle and hitting the vehicle's body and windows, according to a statement from the Tacoma Police Department.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 23, 2021

California church known for its anti-LGBTQ beliefs is bombed
There were no reported injuries from the blast, authorities said.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 22, 2021

George Floyd languished inside a Texas prison. Communities and companies saw it as ‘economic development.'
Bartlett State Jail contributed to a third of the city's budget. But inside, prisoners like Floyd got little training or education that would help them reintegrate into society.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 22, 2021

A Michigan woman asked county officials to denounce the Proud Boys. One commissioner flashed a rifle instead.
When a resident asked the Grand Traverse County Board of Commissioners to denounce the Proud Boys, one commissioner showed a semiautomatic rifle.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 22, 2021

Advocacy groups push for Marjorie Taylor Greene's resignation over report that she spread falsehoods about school shootings
Before her election to the House, she reportedly spread conspiracy theories on Facebook calling the Parkland and Sandy Hook school shootings staged, leading some advocates to demand her resignation.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 22, 2021

Advocates push for Marjorie Taylor Greene's resignation over report that she spread falsehoods about school shootings
Before her election to the House, she reportedly spread conspiracy theories on Facebook calling the Parkland and Sandy Hook school shootings staged, leading some advocates to demand her resignation.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 22, 2021

To honor Kamala Harris, these women are bringing a traditional Indian art form to D.C., made by thousands of hands
"All of us were so ready for something like this," said Shanthi Chandrasekar, an organizer of the public art, called a kolam, which will welcome Biden and Harris to D.C.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 22, 2021

Texas sues Biden administration over 100-day deportation ‘pause'
Attorney General Ken Paxton's lawsuit claims Biden violated a last-minute deal Texas and other states signed with the Trump administration.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 22, 2021

Ex-Houston police officer claimed he only breached the Capitol during riots to see ‘historical art'
Tam Dinh Pham was arrested on Wednesday on charges of unlawful entry of the Capitol and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 22, 2021

The final U.S. county to get covid-19? A remote Hawaiian outpost and former leper colony
Until recently, Kalawao County, Hawaii, which has less than 100 residents, was the only county in the country that hadn't reported a single covid-19 case.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 22, 2021

The final U.S. county to get the coronavirus? A remote Hawaiian outpost and former leper colony
Until recently, Kalawao County, Hawaii, which has fewer than 100 residents, was the only county in the country that hadn't reported a single coronavirus case.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 22, 2021

The final U.S. county to get the coronavirus? A remote Hawaiian outpost and former leper colony.
Until recently, Kalawao County, Hawaii, which has fewer than 100 residents, was the only county in the country that hadn't reported a single coronavirus case.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 21, 2021

With a new administration, activists hope for a focus on environmental racism
Environmental justice activists hope that the Biden administration will focus on an often overlooked issue: environmental racism.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 21, 2021

Coronavirus updates: U.S. sets new death toll record as Biden administration takes over pandemic response
The U.S. reported 4,440 covid-related deaths on Wednesday.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 21, 2021

Biden's Cesar Chavez bust in the Oval Office signals a new era for Latinos, activists hope: ‘It shows that he's authentic'
Many Latino leaders say Cesar Chavez's bust at the Oval Office symbolizes Biden's commitment to the Latino community and marks the beginning of a new relationship with a president they hope is far less adversarial than his predecessor.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 21, 2021

Coronavirus updates: Biden says total deaths will soon top 500,000, after U.S. sets another daily record
The U.S. reported 4,440 covid-related deaths on Wednesday.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 21, 2021

Bernie Sanders — and his mittens — was everywhere on Inauguration Day. Just ask the Internet.
On a day in which a severely divided nation welcomed a new president inheriting a pandemic and a slew of very serious issues, popping a cutout of Sen. Bernie Sanders into ridiculous photos provided a rare laugh everyone could agree on.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 21, 2021

Bernie Sanders — and his mittens — were everywhere on Inauguration Day. Just ask the Internet.
On a day in which a severely divided nation welcomed a new president inheriting a pandemic and a slew of very serious issues, popping a cutout of Sen. Bernie Sanders into ridiculous photos provided a rare laugh everyone could agree on.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 21, 2021

At his swearing-in, Jon Ossoff used a Hebrew Bible from an MLK ally whose synagogue was bombed by white supremacists
Sen. Jon Ossoff was sworn into the Senate on a Hebrew Bible that belonged to Rabbi Jacob Rothschild, an ally of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and a leader of the oldest synagogue in Atlanta, which was bombed by white supremacists in 1958.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 21, 2021

Coronavirus updates: Biden says total deaths will probably top 500,000 next month, after U.S. sets new daily death toll record
The U.S. reported 4,440 covid-related deaths on Wednesday.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 21, 2021

As Biden addressed the world, an unknown man in uniform stood watch over his son Beau's grave
The poignant scene, which would have gone unnoticed if a reporter from the Delaware News Journal hadn't stopped by the graveyard to pay her own respects, struck a chord with thousands of people on Twitter.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 21, 2021

Obama, Bush and Clinton release video praising peaceful transfers of power, as Trump skips inauguration
Former presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush, and Bill Clinton praised the peaceful transfer of power in a joint video that served as an unsubtle rebuke to former president Donald Trump.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 20, 2021

Joseph Scheidler, a major architect of the antiabortion movement, dies at 93
He developed confrontational tactics to harass abortion providers and won a long legal battle against the National Organization for Women.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 20, 2021

Biden's unity plea met with ample reminders that America's divisions run deep
At state capitols nationwide, passionate disagreements, but no major strife.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 20, 2021

More than 16,000 vaccine doses potentially spoiled in Maine and Michigan by temperature problems
More than 16,000 doses of the covid-19 vaccine shipped to Maine and Michigan were damaged because of improper temperature storage.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 20, 2021

Democracy survived, barely
We have been at war with our own democracy. But we haven't yet managed to topple our own moral code.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 20, 2021

Biden rejoins Paris climate accord, works to overturn Trump's climate policies
President-elect Joe Biden plans to sign a slew of executive orders Wednesday afternoon aimed at unwinding President Trump's environmental legacy, from restoring boundaries to national monuments to rejoining the Paris climate accord to reviving the government's role in protecting the air, water and endangered species.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 20, 2021

Biden orders a ‘pause' on border wall construction, bringing crews to halt
The new administration intends to review existing contracts, though it is unclear whether it can block completion of wall segments already funded by Congress.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 20, 2021

Biden to overturn Trump's climate legacy on dozens of fronts
President-elect Joe Biden plans to sign a slew of executive orders Wednesday afternoon aimed at unwinding Donald Trump's environmental legacy, from restoring boundaries to national monuments to rejoining the Paris climate accord to reviving the government's role in protecting the air, water and endangered species.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 20, 2021

A man sent his girlfriend's brother a selfie while storming the Capitol, officials say. The brother is a federal agent.
Thomas Fee, a retired New York firefighter, is charged with unlawful entry of the Capitol and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 20, 2021

Kroger unknowingly funneled donations to a militant group. After the Capitol riots, it's cutting it off.
Kroger said it had been donating to the Indiana Oath Keepers, who were accredited as a nonprofit in 2017, from a program that lets shoppers choose charities to benefit from their purchases.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 20, 2021

Kroger unknowingly funneled donations to a militia group. After the Capitol riots, it's cutting them out.
Kroger said it had been donating to the Indiana Oath Keepers, who were accredited as a nonprofit in 2017, from a program that lets shoppers choose charities to benefit from their purchases.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 20, 2021

A Florida lawmaker wants a highway named after Trump. Some Democrats vow ‘not even a bench' will bear his name.
Florida state Rep. Anthony Sabatini, a Republican, wants to rename U.S. Route 27 after Trump.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 19, 2021

Coronavirus updates: U.S. on track to surpass 400,000 deaths
As people in the United States wait for vaccines, the death toll continues to grow by the thousands each day.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 19, 2021

Pocket squares and pearls convey a stylish team's message
They are opposites, a man and a woman from different generations and different sides of the country. A daughter of a Jamaican father and an Indian mother. A son of Irish Catholics. But the way they dress places them on common ground.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 19, 2021

GOP Rep. Lauren Boebert gave Capitol tour to ‘large' group before the riots, Democratic lawmaker says
Rep. Steve Cohen (D-Tenn.) claimed he saw GOP Rep. Lauren Boebert (Colo.) giving a "large" group a tour at least three days before the Jan. 6 Capitol riots.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 19, 2021

Dr. Jill Biden, often overshadowed, is quietly making history, too
Biden is planning to be her own person, which for her, includes continuing to teach. It's a simple but profound decision that strikes a blow for gender equity that resonates intimately.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 19, 2021

Florida police were after a covid-19 data scientist. She turned herself in — and tested positive.
Rebekah Jones, the fired Florida data scientist who accused officials of trying to doctor the state's coronavirus data, has been charged with computer crimes, state police say.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 19, 2021

Coronavirus updates: U.S. surpasses 400,000 deaths as Biden invites the country to mourn together
As people in the United States wait for vaccines, the death toll continues to grow by the thousands each day.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 19, 2021

Federal circuit court scraps Trump administration's power plant rule
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals vacated a Trump administration rule on carbon dioxide emissions, effectively restoring President Barack Obama's Clean Power Plan, which limited those pollutants from power plants.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 19, 2021

Sen. Hawley moves to block swift confirmation for Biden's homeland security pick
GOP senators pressed Alejandro Mayorkas on his border enforcement plans and past scrutiny of his actions during the Obama administration.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 19, 2021

It's like a Little Free Library, but there's art inside. People are flocking to it, tiny art in hand.
"Welcome to the smallest free-est art gallery in the world," reads a sign on Seattle's Little Free Art Gallery. "If you'd like to take a piece, please leave another piece in its place."

Washington Post Nation
Jan 19, 2021

He gave an interview right after storming the Capitol. It led the FBI straight to him.
Alleged Capitol attackers were shockingly open on social media and in interviews about what transpired that day.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 19, 2021

Explore inauguration front pages from The Washington Post archive in 3-D
Explore inauguration front pages from The Washington Post archive in 3-D

Washington Post Nation
Jan 19, 2021

Texas man at Capitol riot allegedly threatened to kill his kids if they turned him in: ‘Traitors get shot'
Federal agents arrested Guy Reffitt on Saturday and charged him with obstruction of justice and unlawful entry.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 19, 2021

Texas man in Capitol riot allegedly threatened to kill his kids if they turned him in: ‘Traitors get shot'
Federal agents arrested Guy Reffitt on Saturday and charged him with obstruction of justice and unlawful entry.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 19, 2021

A man was ‘scared to go home due to covid.' So he spent three months living in Chicago airport, prosecutors say
Aditya Singh survived in part on food given to him by other passengers, grew out his beard, lectured travelers about Buddhism and Hinduism, and attempted to evade scrutiny by wearing an airport worker's identification badge.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 19, 2021

A man was ‘scared to go home due to covid.' So he spent three months living in Chicago airport, prosecutors say.
Aditya Singh survived in part on food given to him by other passengers, grew out his beard, lectured travelers about Buddhism and Hinduism, and attempted to evade scrutiny by wearing an airport worker's identification badge.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 18, 2021

Statehouses see only small protests as FBI screens U.S. troops for possible insider threats
With officials on high alert days away from President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration, several cities saw armed but peaceful demonstrators, some identifying themselves as part of the fringe anti-government "Boogaloo" movement.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 18, 2021

President-elect Biden to nix Keystone XL pipeline in fight on climate change
Biden is expected to soon reverse the efforts of the Trump administration and end a project proposed more than a decade ago.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 18, 2021

President-elect Biden to kill Keystone XL pipeline in fight on climate change
Biden is expected to soon reverse the efforts of the Trump administration and end a project proposed more than a decade ago.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 18, 2021

The family of Alejandro Mayorkas, Biden's pick to head DHS, fled the Nazis and then Cuba before arriving in the United States
Mayorkas will carry out Biden's pledge to have a more humane, welcoming approach to asylum seekers and immigrants, as well as reverse Trump's hard-line policies.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 18, 2021

In ‘battle for the soul of Salem,' a Black business owner is targeted
Far-right and white-supremacist groups have descended on Oregon's capital in large numbers, leaving one couple to wonder if it's worth staying.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 18, 2021

This teacher was called to protect the U.S. Capitol as a National Guard member. He now holds class from a Humvee.
"I would rather teach the class, even if that means I'm very tired," said D.C. National Guard Sgt. Jacob Kohut, who teaches class on his breaks.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 18, 2021

America on edge: Covid lockdowns, protests and election strife led to record gun sales
Millions bought weapons following pandemic shutdowns and protests against police brutality.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 18, 2021

President-elect Biden to end Keystone XL pipeline in fight on climate change
Biden is expected to soon reverse the efforts of the Trump administration and end a project proposed more than a decade ago.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 17, 2021

Live updates: Sunday morning quiet at capitols braced for violent protests
Protests are planned for Sunday at statehouses around the U.S. But some far-right activists have urged people to stay home, claiming the events are a "setup" to frame Trump supporters for violence. Laura Meckler, Rachel Chason, Rebecca Tan, Emily Davies, Julie Zauzmer

Washington Post Nation
Jan 17, 2021

Phil Spector, lionized producer of 1960s pop and convicted murderer, dies
He was known as the creative force behind such hits as "Be My Baby" and "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling" — and for disturbing behavior that culminated in a murder conviction.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 17, 2021

Live updates: State capitols and D.C. brace for potentially violent protests
Protests are planned for Sunday in capitals around the U.S. But some far-right activists have urged people to stay home, claiming the events are a "setup" to frame Trump supporters for violence.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 17, 2021

400,000: The invisible deaths of covid-19
It took 12 weeks for the death toll to rise from 200,000 to 300,000. The death toll has leaped from 300,000 to almost 400,000 in less than five weeks.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 17, 2021

Live updates: State capitols, D.C. brace for potentially violent protests
Protests are planned for Sunday in capitals around the U.S. But some far-right activists have urged people to stay home, claiming the events are a "setup" to frame Trump supporters for violence.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 17, 2021

State capitol protests mostly small, but under heavy guard from troops and law enforcement
In a remarkable display of firepower, police and troops protected government buildings across the country amid fear security threats will continue.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 17, 2021

Live updates: Statehouses across the country see only small protests, some armed
With officials on high alert days away from President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration, several cities saw armed but peaceful demonstrators, some identifying themselves as part of the fringe anti-government "Boogaloo" movement.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 17, 2021

Live updates: Sunday is quiet at statehouses braced for violent protests
Protests are planned for Sunday at statehouses around the U.S. But some far-right activists have urged people to stay home, claiming the events are a "setup" to frame Trump supporters for violence. Laura Meckler, Rachel Chason, Rebecca Tan, Emily Davies, Julie Zauzmer

Washington Post Nation
Jan 16, 2021

Live updates: Armed demonstrators gather at Texas Capitol; states brace for right-wing violence
The Proud Boys are encouraging their members to stay home, but other heavily armed and politically motivated extremists could gather in state capitals, leading to violent clashes.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 16, 2021

State capitols tighten security and brace for the unknown as far-right groups plot shows of strength
National Guard troops deployed to protect statehouses from a repeat of U.S. Capitol assault.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 16, 2021

Tom Lankford, civil rights reporter secretly in league with police, dies at 85
On orders of his publisher and working with Alabama police, he wiretapped the civil rights leaders he covered.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 16, 2021

Officials anxiously await Sunday protests after a smattering of small pro-Trump demonstrations
Most protests are planned for Sunday, though some far-right activists have urged people to stay home, claiming the events are a "setup" to frame Trump supporters for violence.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 16, 2021

Capitols brace for potentially violent protests Sunday after a smattering of small pro-Trump demonstrations
Most protests are planned for Sunday, though some far-right activists have urged people to stay home, claiming the events are a "setup" to frame Trump supporters for violence.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 16, 2021

Live updates: State capitols brace for right-wing violence; D.C. locks down ahead of inauguration
The Proud Boys are encouraging their members to stay home, but other heavily armed and politically motivated extremists could gather in state capitals, leading to violent clashes.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 16, 2021

Va. attorney general launches Conviction Integrity Unit to identify wrongful convictions
Nearly 80 prosecutors and attorneys general have launched such units, leading to more than 460 exonerations of wrongly convicted defendants.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 16, 2021

41 minutes of fear: A video timeline from inside the Capitol siege
An examination of video, texts and other evidence shows how perilously close lawmakers came to the enraged mob

Washington Post Nation
Jan 16, 2021

Pushed to the edge by the Capitol riot, people are reporting their family and friends to the FBI
"They left me no choice because they are on such a destructive path and I do worry about other people's safety as well as theirs," a Texas woman said.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 16, 2021

Live updates: Capitols brace for potentially violent protests; Trump supporters gather in Austin, St. Paul
The Proud Boys are encouraging their members to stay home, but other heavily armed and politically motivated extremists could gather in state capitals, leading to violent clashes.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 16, 2021

Live updates: Demonstrators gather in Texas and Minnesota; capitals brace for Sunday protests
The Proud Boys are encouraging their members to stay home, but other heavily armed and politically motivated extremists could gather in state capitals, leading to violent clashes.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 16, 2021

Live updates: Demonstrators gather in Texas and Minnesota as states brace for weekend violence
The Proud Boys are encouraging their members to stay home, but other heavily armed and politically motivated extremists could gather in state capitals, leading to violent clashes.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 16, 2021

Man who shot video of fatal Capitol shooting is arrested, remains focus of political storm
John Earle Sullivan, deplored by both liberal and conservative activists, says he only wanted to capture history, but he also sells merchandise.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 15, 2021

Coronavirus updates: Death toll approaches 400,000, far exceeding Trump's benchmark for success in containing the virus
If deaths remained below 200,000, he said in March of last year, it would show his administration had "done a very good job."

Washington Post Nation
Jan 15, 2021

State leaders say volatile mix of far-right, white supremacist groups could challenge law enforcement
Although many governors say there are no credible threats against their capitols, states coast-to-coast are preparing for possible unrest in the coming days.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 15, 2021

In New Jersey, smokers can now get the coronavirus vaccine before teachers or public transit workers
This week, New Jersey issued new covid-19 vaccination guidelines that now allow the state's roughly two million smokers to get a covid-19 vaccine.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 15, 2021

Margo St. James, saucy advocate for sex workers, dies at 83
Her organization was called COYOTE — short for Call Off Your Old Tired Ethics — but she and her associates also referred to themselves as a "loose union of women" or, winkingly, a "union of loose women."

Washington Post Nation
Jan 15, 2021

‘QAnon Shaman's' note to Pence cited as evidence of ‘assassination' plot before prosecutors walk back claim
Prosecutors walked back their claim after saying Jacob Anthony Chansley's ominous note for Vice President Pence made it clear rioters intended to kill or capture lawmakers.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 15, 2021

Rioters wanted to ‘capture and assassinate' lawmakers, prosecutors say. A note left by the ‘QAnon Shaman' is evidence.
Prosecutors say Jacob Anthony Chansley, the "QAnon Shaman," left an ominous note for Vice President Pence that made it clear rioters intended to kill or capture lawmakers.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 15, 2021

As Democrats push for probe of GOP ties to riots, Rep. Lauren Boebert denies involvement, says she's getting ‘death threats'
Although no Democrat has publicly accused her, freshman Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert said she had been falsely linked to claims that a GOP lawmaker had led groups on Capitol tours before the riot.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 15, 2021

Hundreds swarmed Brooklyn vaccine site over ‘misinformation' about extra doses, mayor's office says
Hundreds of people swarmed the 24/7 vaccination site on Thursday evening over a message that officials called "bogus."

Washington Post Nation
Jan 15, 2021

Hundreds swarmed Brooklyn vaccine site over ‘misinformation' about extra doses, mayor's office says.
Hundreds of people swarmed the 24/7 vaccination site on Thursday evening over a message that officials called "bogus."

Washington Post Nation
Jan 15, 2021

Hundreds swarmed Brooklyn vaccine site over message promising extra doses. It was ‘misinformation,' mayor's office says.
Hundreds of people swarmed the 24/7 vaccination site on Thursday evening over a message that officials called "bogus."

Washington Post Nation
Jan 15, 2021

Identifying far-right symbols that appeared at the U.S. Capitol riot
The Post deconstructs the symbols found among the crowd that are connected with right-wing groups, including militias and online conspiracists.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 14, 2021

Trump's ‘Zero Tolerance' border policy was pushed aggressively by Jeff Sessions, despite warnings, Justice Department review finds
The Office of Inspector General report details then-Attorney General Session's lead role in the failed policy.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 14, 2021

Trump's ‘zero tolerance' border policy was pushed aggressively by Jeff Sessions, despite warnings, Justice Dept. review finds
The Office of Inspector General report details the then-attorney general's leading role.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 14, 2021

Coronavirus updates: Biden to give speech on pandemic as daily death toll again exceeds 4,000
The Office of Inspector General report details then-Attorney General Session's lead role in the failed policy.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 14, 2021

Coronavirus updates: Biden to give speech on coronavirus and economy as daily death toll again exceeds 4,000
Liberal CNN host Don Lemon told President Trump's voters Wednesday they were tarred by their association with objectionable people who backed his candidacy, including Ku Klux Klan members and Capitol rioters, urging them "to think about the side you're on."

Washington Post Nation
Jan 14, 2021

Coronavirus updates: Biden announces $1.9 trillion economic and health-care rescue plan; daily death toll again exceeds 4,000
More than 4,000 covid-19 deaths were reported in the U.S. on Wednesday, exceeding that milestone for the second day in a row.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 14, 2021

Law professor John Eastman spoke at rally before Capitol riots. Facing outrage, he won't return to his university.
John Eastman, a conservative lawyer and professor, retired from Chapman University after facing blowback for speaking at rally before the Capitol riots.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 14, 2021

Coronavirus updates: Biden to announce $1.9 trillion economic and health-care relief package; daily death toll again exceeds 4,000
More than 4,000 covid-19 deaths were reported in the U.S. on Wednesday, exceeding that milestone for the second day in a row.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 14, 2021

Andrew Yang is running for New York mayor. He wants universal basic income — and TikTok Hype Houses.
Andrew Yang, an upstart candidate in the Democratic presidential primaries, announced Wednesday he's running for New York mayor.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 14, 2021

Kyle Rittenhouse flashed hate symbols, posed with Proud Boys in a Wisconsin bar, prosecutors say
Kyle Rittenhouse allegedly drank three beers, posed for photos with members of the Proud Boys and flashed a "white power" hand sign shortly after being released on a $2 million bail, prosecutors said.

Washington Post Nation
Jan 14, 2021

Readers write to Joe Biden ahead of the inauguration
Readers expressed their hopes for the next administration and wrote of their personal sorrows in letters to president-elect Biden ahead of his swearing in.

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