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Photos: Nationwide protests of Trump supporters fail to materialize
Security remained tight around state houses throughout the country as fears of major protests by armed, far-right supporters of President Trump outside the Capitol and at state capitols Sunday proved unfounded, with only small groups, some carrying weapons, gathering in a handful of cities.
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Nationwide protests authorities feared by Trump supporters fail to materialize
Protests by armed right-wing groups erupted at some state capitols, but remained small and peaceful
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Feeding an army in D.C.: Chef José Andrés steps in to help feed huge influx of National Guard
World Central Kitchen's Nate Mook and José Andrés realized their expertise in feeding large groups at a moment's notice could help feed the Guard at the Capitol.
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On social media, amateur digital sleuths try to help track violent Capitol rioters
Amateur detectives working to identify violent rioters that stormed the U.S. Capitol don't want the process to turn into an online witch hunt.
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Kamala Harris says nation will 'find a moment' to celebrate inauguration amid pandemic grief
Vice President-elect Kamala Harris said in an interview with The Times that she will resign her Senate seat Monday.
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Make America California Again? That's Biden's plan
President Trump tried to marginalize California. He failed. Now, with Joe Biden and Democrats taking power, no state is more influential in setting a policy agenda.
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Police and National Guard scramble to secure D.C. and state capitols
Ahead of right-wing protests planned for Sunday, law enforcement stepped up security at capitols around the nation.
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Fleeing the pandemic and two hurricanes, thousands of migrants walk toward the U.S.
Biden's election has raised hopes in Central America — devastated by hurricane-driven floods, in addition to chronic issues of poverty and gang violence — that the incoming administration may ease policies for asylum seekers.
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Photos: Security measures heightened at U.S. and state capitols ahead of possible protests
Michigan, Virginia, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Washington are among the states that have activated their National Guards to strengthen security.
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U.S. rebukes Mexico for releasing evidence in drug case against former defense minister
The U.S. Department of Justice said Mexico violated a treaty by releasing evidence the U.S. collected in a drug case against a former Mexican defense minister.
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How the new COVID-19 vaccine rules could help the pandemic end sooner
Health officials set aside carefully considered plans for rolling out COVID-19 vaccines and made the shots widely available. That may hasten the pandemic's end.
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Column: There's no need to hurry Trump's impeachment trial — accountability is a dish best served cold
If Senate Democrats want to have any serious hope of convicting Trump, their best strategy is to slow the process down.
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A small narcotic leaf brings big comfort — and big business — to war-weary Yemenis
Chewing qat, a green narcotic leaf, is so widespread and ritualistic that even the fighting in Yemen's civil war can fall silent in the afternoons.
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Biden to send Congress bill to legalize 11 million immigrants who lack documentation
On Day One in office, Biden plans to unveil a legislative proposal to give a path to citizenship to 11 million immigrants in the U.S. illegally.
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