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10 books to read in March
Community colleges at a crossroads: Enrollment is plummeting, but political clout is growing
Lawmakers to question FBI, defense officials as they probe failures precipitating Capitol riot
He was locked up at age 15. Almost seven decades later, he’s reentering an unfamiliar world.
Kenyan police are using Twitter to become known as crime fighters, not killers
Study: 1 in 7 U.S. prisoners is serving life, and two-thirds of those are people of color
Tanden withdraws as budget nominee in Biden’s first Cabinet defeat
Biden promises enough coronavirus vaccine for ‘every adult in America’ by the end of May
The voting wars come to Capitol Hill: Democrats eye national elections overhaul amid GOP crackdown
The time is right to cancel Dr. Seuss’s racist books
The Biden administration has set out to dismantle Trump’s legacy, except in one area: Space
Listen: Gen Z leads LGBT shift
Senate to move forward on $1.9 trillion virus relief bill; Schumer says ‘we’ll have the votes’
Catholic clergy in France abused more than 10,000 child victims, independent commission estimates
At least 15 killed in California crash near U.S.-Mexico border
Supreme Court appears to favor upholding voting laws lower court found unfair to minorities
Covid-19 live updates: Texas ends mask requirement, the largest state to do so, at critical moment in pandemic
The $14 million CEO: Drug distributor boosts executive’s pay despite historic opioid settlement
Some Dr. Seuss books with racist imagery will go out of print
FBI director says domestic terrorism cases have soared to 2,000 in recent months
Live updates: Biden to deliver remarks on the pandemic as he continues push for massive relief package
Andrew Cuomo and the old ‘I was just being playful’ excuse
Home-security cameras have become a fruitful resource for law enforcement — and a fatal risk
Where Jill Biden drops by for a cup of coffee can make quite a statement
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Vernon E. Jordan Jr., lawyer and D.C. political power broker, dies at 85
U.S. announces sanctions on Russia over poisoning and jailing of opposition leader Navalny
U.S. alleges Proud Boys planned to break into Capitol on Jan. 6 from many different points
Biden to announce ‘historic partnership’: Merck will help make Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine, officials say
Media advocacy group accuses Saudi crown prince, aides of crimes against humanity in Khashoggi death
More deaths from Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias in 2020, report says
Behind the growing movement to include doulas under Medicaid
Millions couldn’t afford diapers before the pandemic. Now, diaper banks can’t keep up.
How to fix democracy: Move beyond the two-party system, experts say
In Jackson, Miss., two weeks with no running water and no end in sight
Germans have coined more than 1,200 words to talk about coronavirus
How this summer could bring the pandemic relief we’re longing for
Inside the Biden team’s deliberations over punishing the Saudi crown prince
Massive investment in social studies and civics education proposed to address eroding trust in democratic institutions
Rewriting Jan. 6: Republicans push false and misleading accounts of Capitol riot
T.I. and Tiny face defamation suit, calls for criminal investigation into sexual assault allegations
New York attorney general to investigate Cuomo following sexual harassment complaints by two former staffers
Black Amazon manager sues the e-commerce giant, accusing it of race and gender discrimination
Johnson & Johnson vaccine deepens concerns over racial and geographic inequities
Listen: Biden’s Middle East woes
Senate confirms Miguel Cardona as education secretary
Senate Democrats retreat on $15 minimum wage in relief bill
America’s jobless owe thousands of dollars in taxes on their unemployment
Melania Trump is out of the White House, but she left her mark on its public spaces
Women and girls over 13 can now be screened for anxiety during checkups
A small town in denial comes face to face with the virus
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How does the Johnson & Johnson vaccine work? When is it available? What to know about the new shot.
Libya risks losing control of its destiny as planeloads of fighters and arms flood the country
Neera Tanden’s confirmation fight is the first morality play of post-Trump Washington
Capitol riot defendants facing jail have regrets. Judges aren’t buying it.
At the Golden Globes, faulty connections and some mixed messages about diversity
Five myths about human trafficking
How terrorists became the unspoken architects of the Capitol
Israel’s ahead-of-the-world vaccine rollout offers hope for countries lagging behind
Supreme Court to again consider federal protections for minority voters
The power is back, but millions of Texans wonder what it will take to fully recover — and who will help them
Co-working companies tap into customers facing work-from-home fatigue
The pandemic put a light on mental health issues for young athletes — and started a dialogue
Iran rejects early talks on nuclear deal with the United States and European Union
To selfie or not to selfie? Why the joy of getting vaccinated is drawing backlash.
Senior Democrats abandon backup plan on $15 per hour minimum wage hike
Cuomo reverses course on sexual harassment investigation; offers apology
Golden Globes live updates: How to watch and what you need to know
Former president Trump rules out third party as he moves to firm up control of the Republican Party
White House finds ally in the Fed as GOP lawmakers raise concerns
How does Riot Games balance ‘League of Legends?’ The answer is a bit meta.
Why Biden is relying on an increasingly partisan legislative process to pass coronavirus relief
First mass-produced solar-powered cars could present a climate breakthrough
A ‘chef farmer’ pivots to survive the pandemic and heartbreaking loss
The medically vulnerable find their vaccine priority status slipping away
CDC advisers recommend Johnson & Johnson single-dose vaccine, paving the way for inoculations to start this week
Marty Baron and the eight years that reshaped The Washington Post — and journalism
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Myanmar security forces open fire on protesters, killing at least 18, according to U.N.
Denied a teaching job for being ‘too Black,’ she started her own school — and a movement
SNL dreams up a Fauci-hosted game show where contestants vie for the vaccine
Another former aide accuses New York Gov. Cuomo of sexual harassment, report says
Anthony Hopkins is welcoming old age by embracing his inner child
In ‘The Committed,’ Viet Thanh Nguyen continues his Pulitzer Prize-winning story
Sexual assault against boys is a crisis. Why don’t we talk about it?
At conservative conference, Trump’s election falsehoods flourish
The making of Madison Cawthorn: How falsehoods helped propel the career of a new pro-Trump star of the far right
As Trump reemerges, will the GOP find a way to move on without him?
Why the tanks keep rolling: Militaries are getting better at overthrowing democracies
These doctors and nurses battle covid all day. Then they go online and fight misinformation.
Highway One at Big Sur has been severed again, this time the result of the new threat posed by fire
Biden tells the world ‘America is back.’ The world isn’t so sure.
Q&A: It’s not yet clear if getting vaccinated protects those around you. But researchers think it might.
FDA authorizes Johnson & Johnson’s single-shot coronavirus vaccine
New Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm has advice for Texas — and for the oil industry
Pangolins are elusive, nocturnal and threatened by illegal trading. A nonprofit in Vietnam seeks to save the scaly mammals.
Senior Democrats explore tax largely hitting Fortune 1000 companies not paying $15 an hour
After dissident vanishes in Canada, Saudi exiles fear they are now in jeopardy
We’re having trouble recognizing each other in masks, and it’s getting awkward
‘It’s Donald Trump’s party’: How the former president is building a political operation to cement his hold on the GOP
‘Queen’s Gambit’ actor Moses Ingram’s unrelenting journey from West Baltimore to Hollywood
High-tech start-ups are reinventing the wheelchair
As Texans went without heat, light or water, some companies scored a big payday out of their misery
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Biden pushes full-time school, but districts are cautious after CDC weighs in
Lady Gaga Oreos are an extra-sweet mystery wrapped in an enigmatic pink wafer
Date Lab: It was her first date in 25 years. It made quite the impression on him.
Mohammed bin Salman is guilty of murder. Biden should not give him a pass.
‘Spotlight’ made Marty Baron a star. It also made him my friend.
Hayley Arceneaux will be the youngest American to go to space
At William & Mary, a school for free and enslaved Black children is rediscovered
Here are 16 of the week’s best photos
Mexico is vaccinating its poorest citizens first — against the advice of health experts
As USPS delays persist, bills, paychecks and medications are getting stuck in the mail
Trump’s politics hurt his businesses. Will he sell as he looks to a potential 2024 campaign?
‘Nobody came, nobody helped’: Fears of anti-Asian violence rattle the community
FBI focuses on video of Capitol Police officer being sprayed with chemicals before he died in pro-Trump riot
Listen: The violence rattling Asian Americans
Biden is hiking the cost of carbon. It will change how the U.S. tackles global warming.
FDA advisers recommend authorization of Johnson & Johnson single-dose coronavirus vaccine
Saudi crown prince approved operation that led to death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, U.S. intelligence report concludes
House Democrats move forward on Biden’s $1.9 trillion relief plan despite setback on minimum wage
How Rolling Hills Estates residents woke up to the Tiger Woods crash: ‘Oh no, another one’
The wave of covid bankruptcies has begun
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A woman gave birth alone in jail. It’s a sign of a wider issue, experts say.
Where does the new McDonald’s chicken sandwich rank? Turns out, the Arches fall flat.
United Nations: Countries’ pledges to cut emissions are far too meager to halt climate change
Live updates: FDA panel to review Johnson & Johnson shot; Queen Elizabeth urges Britons to get vaccinated
Eroding trust, spreading fear: The historical ties between pandemics and extremism
How to cope with parent guilt, during the pandemic and beyond
The U.S. wastes a third of its food. Fixing that may help fight climate change.
Andra Day astonishes as Billie Holiday in Lee Daniels’s maddeningly uneven biopic
Lady Gaga offers $500,000 for her stolen dogs after walker was ambushed
As private companies erode government’s hold on space travel, NASA looks to open a new frontier
Andrew Cuomo, once touted as the ‘gold standard,’ finds his brand tarnished by multiple crises
Schools work overtime to find unprecedented number of missing students
U.S. conducts Syria strike, the first military action ordered by Biden
A professor was accused of pursuing female students. Princeton says he can still teach.
No more ‘Mr.’ Potato Head: Hasbro makes classic toy gender neutral
Minimum-wage increase imperiled in relief bill by Senate official’s ruling
Listen: Honduran president faces balancing act with U.S.
House passes Equality Act, prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity
Former U.S. gymnastics coach charged with human trafficking, sexual assault
Golf faces a future without its irreplaceable face
Scientists see stronger evidence of slowing Atlantic Ocean circulation, an ‘Achilles’ heel’ of the climate
Teens drive brutal spike in carjackings with covid limiting school and supervision
Some journalists are debating when it’s okay to use the n-word. But this one should be easy.
Trump’s tax returns are turned over to Manhattan district attorney
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At conservative gathering, ideas fall to an airing of Trump grievances
Live updates: Biden to mark 50 millionth vaccination shot; House to hold its first hearing on Capitol riot
People are struggling to get vaccine appointments. A 14-year-old stepped in to help.
The joy of vax: The people giving the shots are seeing hope, and it’s contagious
Biden, facing resistance in Congress, approaches GOP governors
Tattooing has been a part of travel for centuries. Its history is complicated.
To this baker, promoting Black food businesses is more than just lip service
Old school Airstreams enjoy pandemic-era popularity
Biden squeezed on immigration policy, bracing for border crisis
Many of Biden’s nominees of color run into turbulence in the Senate
New research suggests California coronavirus variant is more transmissible
Focus on fate of $15 minimum wage in Senate as House prepares to take up Biden’s $1.9 trillion relief bill
Listen: Will a minimum-wage hike save the economy?
The first girls have become Eagle Scouts. It’s taken more than 100 years.
Ex-aide says Gov. Cuomo sexually harassed her, kissed her and left her ‘nauseous’ at work
As postmaster general testifies in House, Biden nominates pivotal three members to USPS board
DWI, reckless driving charges against Bruce Springsteen dropped
After the Jan. 6 ransacking, Congress debates how open the Capitol should be
In a forgotten attic, a Moldovan photographer finds 4,000 images of vanished village life
She needed a vaccine appointment before open-heart surgery. She got it from a stranger on Nextdoor.
Henrietta Wood sued her enslaver in 1870 and won reparations. Her descendants never knew.
When will travel be safe again? 5 experts weigh in.