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Impeachment Case Argues Trump Was 'Singularly Responsible' for Capitol Riot

Impeachment Case Argues Trump Was 'Singularly Responsible' for Capitol Riot

By Nicholas Fandos and Maggie Haberman

The House managers cited the Constitution's framers in urging that Donald J. Trump be convicted and disqualified from holding office. Mr. Trump's lawyers said the Senate had no jurisdiction.

The Wealthy Are Getting More Vaccinations, Even in Poorer Neighborhoods

The Wealthy Are Getting More Vaccinations, Even in Poorer Neighborhoods

By Abby Goodnough and Jan Hoffman

Officials acknowledge that the coveted shots are disproportionately going to white people and that planners' efforts to course-correct are having limited effect.

Russian Activist Navalny Sentenced to More Than 2 Years in Prison

Russian Activist Navalny Sentenced to More Than 2 Years in Prison

By Anton Troianovski

A Moscow court found that President Vladimir Putin's loudest critic violated his parole. "You cannot lock up the whole country," Aleksei A. Navalny told the court after large protests in support of him recently.

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He Wants to Save Classics From Whiteness. Can the Field Survive?

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He Wants to Save Classics From Whiteness. Can the Field Survive?

By Rachel Poser

Dan-el Padilla Peralta thinks classicists should knock ancient Greece and Rome off their pedestal — even if that means destroying their discipline.

Why Are Republican Presidents So Bad for the Economy?

Opinion

Why Are Republican Presidents So Bad for the Economy?

By David Leonhardt and Yaryna Serkez

G.D.P., jobs and other indicators have all risen faster under Democrats for nearly the past century.

Today's Videos

Mayorkas Sworn In as Secretary of Homeland Security

Video Video: Mayorkas Sworn In as Secretary of Homeland Security

By Reuters

Alejandro N. Mayorkas was sworn in as homeland security secretary on Tuesday, making him the first Latino and the first immigrant to hold the position.

Biden Signs 3 Executive Orders on Immigration

Video Video: Biden Signs 3 Executive Orders on Immigration

By The Associated Press

President Biden on Tuesday signed three executive orders aiming to roll back former President Donald J. Trump's policies on immigration and reunite migrant families who were separated at the Mexican border.

Groundhog Predicts Six More Weeks of Winter

Video Video: Groundhog Predicts Six More Weeks of Winter

By Reuters

At a virtual ceremony, the groundhog known as Punxsutawney Phil predicted six more weeks of winter.

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