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Top Lawmakers Not Told of Police Request for Backup Before Riot, Aide and Others Say

Lankford Apologizes to Black Voters for Backing Trump’s Election Deceit

Pentagon Moves to Block Exam of Tortured Guantánamo Prisoner

States Brace for Armed Protests in Wake of U.S. Capitol Attack

Pelosi: Security Requires ‘Truth and Trust’

Biden to Elevate Science Adviser to His Cabinet

Atlanta Prosecutor Appears to Move Closer to Trump Inquiry

Joanne Rogers, Mister Rogers’s Mrs., Is Dead at 92

Pelosi Holds Back Impeachment Article as House Builds Case

Globalfest Moves Online, Showcasing World Music Without Boundaries

Photos capture notes from Trump ally leaving the White House on Friday.

Videos Show How Rioter Was Trampled in Stampede at Capitol

Biden Pledges Federal Vaccine Campaign to Beat a Surging Coronavirus

In Robert Saleh, the Jets Believe They Found the Leader They Need

Cash Is Pouring Into the N.Y.C. Mayoral Race. Here’s Who Has the Most.

México exonera al general Cienfuegos y afecta la maltrecha relación con Estados Unidos

Abbas Announces Palestinian Elections After Years of Paralysis

A leading public health organization takes stock of U.S. testing strategy.

New Warnings of Violence as Security Tightens for Inauguration

A Second Economic Crisis for Biden, but a Different First Response

Vaccinations, Inauguration, Baseball: Your Friday Evening Briefing

Love Letter: Can a Strained Marriage Survive Confinement?

Impeachment Briefing: Waiting to Transmit

Officials Assure the Public That Inauguration Will Be Safe

Top Official at Indian Health Service Will Step Down

Watch Live: Biden Address on Coronavirus and Economic Recovery

Four Rules That Should Guide Bidenomics

Keys to an Equitable Recovery: Better Data and ‘Trusted Messengers’

Secretary of State Pompeo Leaves No Bridges Unburned

People on terrorism watch list are said to have been part of crowd in Washington on the day of Capitol riot.

Joblessness, Riot Investigation, Hottest Year: Your Thursday Evening Briefing

California just made it easier for people to get vaccinated. For many, it feels harder than ever.

Watch Live: Biden Address on Coronavirus and Economic Recovery

A Co-Founder of The Intercept Says She Was Fired for Airing Concerns

A Look at What’s in Biden’s $1.9 Trillion Stimulus Plan

Pastor Who Advised Two Presidents Is Sentenced to 6 Years for Cheating Investors

Impeachment Briefing: Republicans Divided

Film Club: Three Short Films Celebrating the Lives of People We Lost to the Pandemic

Federal authorities are said to be looking into Bitcoin donations made to people who breached the Capitol last week.

Sherrod Brown: Progressives Will Be ‘Pretty Happy’ With Biden

Telegram y Signal reciben a millones de usuarios al aumentar la desconfianza hacia los gigantes tecnológicos

Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today

With heightened security underway, officials try to offer assurances that the inauguration will be safe.

On the N.Y.C. Campaign Trail With Andrew Yang

Coronavirus

14 Gang Leaders Directed MS-13 ‘Wave of Death,’ U.S. Says

A Proud Boys supporter threatened violence against the Rev. Raphael Warnock, prosecutors said.

Connecticut is investigating Amazon’s practices in the e-books market.

F.B.I. Urges Police Chiefs Across U.S. to Be On High Alert for Threats

Trump Swings and Misses