Category : U.S

Scenes From a Pandemic Holiday Road Trip

Scenes from a holiday season that shone bright in dark times.

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Facing Deportation, They Fled to the Safety of a Church....

A Jamaican couple spent nearly two and a half years inside Philadelphia churches, isolated even further by the pandemic. This month,...

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Unemployment Aid Set to Lapse Saturday as Trump’s Plans...

At least a temporary lapse in expanded unemployment benefits for millions of Americans is now inevitable because of President Trump’s...

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The Best Photos From 2020

Remember when? You probably don’t.

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Ruling on Lisa Montgomery, the Only Woman on Death Row,...

A new delay could push Lisa Montgomery’s execution into the administration of President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr., who has said he...

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Southern California’s Hospitals Are Overwhelmed, and It...

Each day in California brings a mind-numbing new accounting of the tragedy underway. This week, the state became the first to reach...

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Robert Thacker, 102, Dies; Survived Pearl Harbor to Fly...

His unarmed bomber was caught in the thick of Japan’s attack. He went on to fly some 80 missions in World War II and to become a record-setting...

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A Stinging Setback in California Is a Warning for Democrats...

Democrats lost four swing House districts in the state, suggesting that their hold on a number of formerly Republican seats is tenuous...

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As Virus Resurges in Africa, Doctors Fear the Worst Is...

The coronavirus killed far fewer people in Africa than in Europe and the Americas, leading to a widespread perception that it was...

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Dad Got the Vaccine, but No One Else Did — Yet

Vaccinated health workers must navigate another new normal: households in which not all family members are immunized.

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Early Vaccine Doubters Now Show a Willingness to Roll Up...

Polls show that pervasive skepticism is melting, partly because of the high efficacy rates in trials and the images of real people...

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Trump’s Fraud Claims Died in Court, But the Myth of Stolen...

For years, Republicans have used the specter of cheating as a reason to impose barriers to ballot access. A definitive debunking of...

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A Beloved World War II Photo Comes to Life in a Virtual...

Martin Adler, now 96, was looking for German troops in 1944 when he almost shot three Italian children. His daughter’s internet appeal...

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Neverland Ranch Is Sold for $22 Million

Ronald W. Burkle, the billionaire co-founder of the investment firm Yucaipa Companies, bought the ranch for a reported $22 million.

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Special Delivery: Thousands of Books

Special Delivery: Thousands of Books

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Barry Lopez, Lyrical Writer Who Was Likened to Thoreau,...

Mr. Lopez spent five years in the Arctic, and his books, essays and short stories explored the kinship of nature and human culture.

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A Racial Slur, a Viral Video, and a Reckoning

A white high school student withdrew from her chosen college after a three-second video caused an uproar online. The classmate who...

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What We Know About the Nashville Explosion on Christmas...

Federal agents were seen at a brick building on Saturday where an R.V. similar to the one that exploded had been parked in 2019.

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