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Tuesday, Inauguration Eve, was a lot like Friday, yet different
Two days show startlingly similar temperatures, but one also had rain.
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Trump’s final day: A diminished and aggrieved president stays out of public view before exit
The same pathologies that abetted President Trump’s political rise, animated his followers and became hallmarks of his turbulent single term have now, in the twilight of his presidency, left him politically damaged.
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Justice Dept. will not pursue charges against Sen. Richard Burr, who came under scrutiny for stock sales at outset of pandemic
Burr last May stepped down as chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee after FBI agents seized his cellphone and executed a search warrant for his electronic communications.
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Blinken appears to be sailing to confirmation as Biden’s secretary of state
The nominee echoed the president-elect’s intention to rewrite Trump foreign policy, including on Iran and Cuba.
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Fact-checking Trump’s farewell address
Trump's farewell address was like a mini version of campaign rally -- lots of falsehoods but no applause.
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Supreme Court hears dispute with big implications for climate-change litigation
The issue concerns whether state or federal courts are the appropriate venue for such cases.
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The Trailer: What's next for the Republican Party
How the party adjusts to life after Trump ... with Trump still in the spotlight.
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Inauguration Day, in 2017 and 2021
People who were in Washington four years ago talk about their plans for this year’s occasion.
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Exiled from social media mainstream, Trump and his followers will find life different at the extreme corners of the Web
There will always be ways for Trump to make his views known on the Internet. But those who get purged from Twitter, Facebook and YouTube and move to comparatively obscure alternatives find their freedom to speak intact but their reach diminished.
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Trump sowed divisions until the bitter end. It may have been his biggest success.
He did not “make America great again.”
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Voice of America overseer spent $2 million investigating employees, complaint alleges
Allegation is latest against Michael Pack, Trump appointee, who is said to have launched investigations to push out veteran managers.
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Top Fox News managers depart amid Murdoch concerns over controversial Arizona election-night projection
The departure of Bill Sammon and Chris Stirewalt reflects the company’s anxiety about backlash from Trump allies and viewers.
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Hogan to release 2022 fiscal budget that boosts education and offers a $1 billion economic stimulus package
The Maryland governor declined to provide details of the spending proposals during a news conference Tuesday.
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Which Republicans think the election was stolen? Those who hate Democrats and don’t mind White nationalists.
That includes plenty of college-educated voters.
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From a median on Pennsylvania Avenue, Mayor Bowser says she’ll welcome visitors soon
D.C. mayor has told Americans to stay away from an inauguration occurring under lockdown.
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What a ‘wrecked’ polar vortex means for winter-starved Americans
It's been an easy winter on the East Coast, but that's not guaranteed to continue.
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PM Update: Some snowflakes may fly late tonight into Wednesday morning as chilly winds whip up
Gusty winds are the main issue into Inauguration Day. Temperatures drop back to near normal, as well.
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Avril Haines, Biden’s nominee for DNI, faces questions on China, domestic extremism
The confirmation hearing for Haines, who would be the first woman to serve as the nation’s top intelligence official, was largely free of partisan rancor.
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Donald Trump’s White House note to his successor
The traditional transition letter from the outgoing president to the incoming one.
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Trump’s administration fell far short of its own vaccine promises
The Trump administration promised to deliver 40 million coronavirus vaccine doses in December. It hasn’t even delivered 32 million doses.
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Biden bids an emotional farewell to Delaware as he heads to Washington
He will become the nation’s 46th president at noon Wednesday, in an inauguration taking place under heavy security and amid a pandemic.
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The 1776 report attacks a concept at the foundation of the Trump presidency: ‘identity politics’
White identity politics was central to the Trump administration.
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The Pretend President: Pence handles tasks declined by Trump in final days
Pence has often taken on jobs that, in other administrations, might have gone to the man on top. But that role has intensified in the last weeks of Trump’s presidency.
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D.C. United’s Hernán Losada must learn a new league and a new city. He’s up for the challenge.
At 38, the native of Argentina will become MLS's youngest leader.
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Howling winds could top 35 mph during Joe Biden’s inauguration
With temperatures near 40 degrees at noon, wind chills hover below freezing. A few snow flurries are possible.
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Republicans discover that the private sector can bite them, too
And after all the GOP did for corporations!
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The lie that lingers: 3 in 10 Americans falsely believe that the election was riddled with fraud
There's no credible evidence that even a few dozen fraudulent ballots were cast.
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Never forget Fox News’s promotion of the ‘Big Lie’
Can anyone hold Fox News accountable for promoting President Trump's claims about the 2020 election?
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Contemporary western ‘No Man’s Land’ covers well-trod ground, with a few pleasures along the way
Tale of a young man on the lam moves slowly but eventually gets somewhere.
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Trump’s last ploy for making America great again: redefining American greatness
A key priority in the administration's waning hours was the revisitation of U.S. history.
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