- Philippine Drug Raid Leaves 13 Deadby Jason Gutierrez on 23 Gennaio 2021 at 09:11
Officials said 12 suspects and a police officer were killed in the shootout, the bloodiest episode in years in President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs.
- Biden’s Education Department moves to cut ties with an accrediting body linked to a fraud scandal.by Erica L. Green on 23 Gennaio 2021 at 09:08
- What Defines Domestic Abuse? Survivors Say It’s More Than Assaultby Melena Ryzik and Katie Benner on 23 Gennaio 2021 at 08:54
The Congresswoman Cori Bush and the musician FKA twigs describe how manipulative, isolating conduct known as “coercive control” helped trap them in abusive relationships. Lawmakers are starting to listen.
- Trump and Justice Dept. Lawyer Said to Have Plotted to Oust Acting AGby Katie Benner on 23 Gennaio 2021 at 05:01
Trying to find another avenue to push his baseless election claims, Donald Trump considered installing a loyalist.
- U.S. Coronavirus Cases Are Falling, but Variants Could Erase Progressby Julie Bosman and Donald G. McNeil Jr. on 23 Gennaio 2021 at 04:47
New daily cases are starting to slow in what some health experts see as a turning point. But they warn of a bumpy vaccination rollout amid the emergence of more contagious variants.
- Why Biden Can Undo Much of Trump's Legacy Via Executive Ordersby Glenn Thrush on 23 Gennaio 2021 at 04:30
President Donald Trump came to rely on executive action for many of his achievements. But his successor seems to understand that it is best used to repeal someone else’s legacy, not build his own.
- Photos: Joe Biden’s Quiet Inaugurationby Damon Winter and Shawn McCreesh on 23 Gennaio 2021 at 04:22
After January 6, the capital welcomed a solemn and safe transfer of power.
- ‘When Baseball Mattered’: Hank Aaron’s 1997 Op-Ed on Jackie Robinsonby The New York Times on 23 Gennaio 2021 at 04:06
Op-Ed article by Hank Aaron recalls how much Jackie Robinson meant to him as black man in major-league baseball uniform; charges that today’s players have lost all concept of history and have collective mission of greed alone (S)
- Biden Signs Orders to Expand Food Stamps and Raise Wagesby Jim Tankersley and Alan Rappeport on 23 Gennaio 2021 at 03:44
The president called it an “economic imperative” to provide more aid for millions of Americans who are struggling to make ends meet as the virus exacts a bruising toll.
- Hank Aaron, Baseball’s Home Run King Who Defied Racism, Dies at 86by Richard Goldstein on 23 Gennaio 2021 at 03:15
He held the most celebrated record in sports for more than 30 years.
- White House Orders Assessment on Violent Extremism in U.S.by Julian E. Barnes and Hailey Fuchs on 23 Gennaio 2021 at 03:09
The order for the evaluation from the intelligence community comes as judges continue to deny bail for suspects in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
- Giuliani concedes that an associate did ask for $20,000 a day to help Trump post-election.by Maggie Haberman on 23 Gennaio 2021 at 02:38
- A New Era of Far-Right Violenceby Colin P. Clarke on 23 Gennaio 2021 at 02:37
The imagery of the Capitol siege will have enduring resonance.
- Who is Jonathan Braun? Trump's Last Minute Pardon Still Faces Accusations of Violenceby Michael S. Schmidt, Maggie Haberman and William K. Rashbaum on 23 Gennaio 2021 at 02:30
Jonathan Braun’s 10-year sentence for running a drug ring was commuted by the departing president. The White House did not mention that he faces separate accusations of violence and threats.
- Senate Leaders Agree on Impeachment Trial Delay, Giving Biden Breathing Roomby Nicholas Fandos on 23 Gennaio 2021 at 02:28
The plan would put off the historic proceeding until Feb. 9, giving former President Donald J. Trump time to prepare his defense and allowing President Biden to fill his cabinet and begin work on his agenda.