Today's Headlines: With Tears, Hugs and Balloons, U.S. Allows Vaccinated Foreign Travelers to Enter

Jan. 6 Panel Subpoenas Flynn and Eastman, Scrutinizing Election Plot
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With Tears, Hugs and Balloons, U.S. Allows Vaccinated Foreign Travelers to Enter

With Tears, Hugs and Balloons, U.S. Allows Vaccinated Foreign Travelers to Enter

By Ceylan Yeginsu, Heather Murphy and Concepción de León

On Monday, after more than 18 months, restrictions that kept families separated and cost the global travel industry hundreds of billions of dollars were lifted.

Jan. 6 Panel Subpoenas Flynn and Eastman, Scrutinizing Election Plot

Jan. 6 Panel Subpoenas Flynn and Eastman, Scrutinizing Election Plot

By Luke Broadwater

The latest batch of subpoenas from the House select committee investigating the Capitol riot also includes officials from former President Donald J. Trump's re-election campaign.

Before the Astroworld Tragedy, Travis Scott's 'Raging' Made Him a Star

Before the Astroworld Tragedy, Travis Scott's 'Raging' Made Him a Star

By Joe Coscarelli

The multiplatinum rapper earned a reputation for concerts that teetered on the edge of mayhem. Then eight people died during his performance in Houston on Friday.

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The Emily Ratajkowski You'll Never See

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The Emily Ratajkowski You'll Never See

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With her new book, the model tries to escape the oppressions of the male gaze. So our writer is keeping some of her secrets.

What Paternity Leave Does for a Father's Brain

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What Paternity Leave Does for a Father's Brain

By Darby Saxbe and Sofia Cardenas

Taking time off from work when a baby is born is essential for mothers and fathers.

Today's Videos

NASA's SpaceX Crew-2 Departs International Space Station

Video Video: NASA's SpaceX Crew-2 Departs International Space Station

By Spacex

Four astronauts from the mission undocked from the International Space Station in the Crew Dragon capsule and headed back to Earth after spending about half a year in space.

Obama to Young People on Climate: 'You Are Right to Be Frustrated'

Video Video: Obama to Young People on Climate: 'You Are Right to Be Frustrated'

By The Associated Press

Former President Barack Obama addressed young people directly at the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, urging them to engage in political action and activism to push world leaders into action on the climate crisis.

French Police Officer Stabbed in Cannes

Video Video: French Police Officer Stabbed in Cannes

By Reuters

The police officer who was attacked and stabbed while sitting in his patrol car was unharmed because he was wearing a bulletproof vest. Authorities have not announced a suspected motive for the attack.

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