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"Tanden is very, very unlikely to be confirmed as the next OMB director. But the resistance to pulling her nomination seems like a deliberate bit of message-sending in the early days of the Biden White House," writes @ChrisCillizza | Analysis

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Laid-off workers will be allowed to turn down jobs they think are too risky because of Covid and continue to collect unemployment benefits, under guidance issued by the US Department of Labor

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There is no evidence that race played a role in the US Capitol Police's failure to bolster security before the riot, the department's top official told Congress, as lawmakers sound the alarm over the threat posed by White supremacy and domestic terrorism

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President Biden's nomination of Neera Tanden to lead the Office of Management and Budget may remain in limbo until at least early next week

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Twitter teased a feature it's calling Super Follows during its Analyst Day presentation. If implemented, users would have the ability to pay creators for additional content within their Twitter feeds, including exclusive announcements and newsletters.

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Ex-USA Gymnastics coach John Geddert, who had ties to Larry Nassar and was charged with human trafficking and sex crimes just hours ago, has died by suicide

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Teen dinosaurs, specifically the offspring of enormous meat-eating species like Tyrannosaurus rex, had voracious and changing appetites that may have limited the number of other dinosaur species as they competed with for food, according to new research

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Michelle Obama. Thurgood Marshall. Oprah Winfrey.

Kearra Johnson was a college student when she came up with the concept for what's now known as the Revolution Card Deck — a deck of playing cards featuring the names and faces of notable Black individuals.

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An Iowa bill aimed at limiting voting and making it harder for voters to return absentee ballots is headed to Gov. Kim Reynolds' desk this week after passing both Republican-controlled chambers of the state legislature

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Acting US Capitol Police Chief Yogananda Pittman's comments mark one of the first times law enforcement officials have publicly cited specific threats against the Capitol and lawmakers related to Biden's expected address before a joint session of Congress

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US officials in China have asked local authorities to refrain from subjecting US staff in the country to Covid-19 anal swabs, according to a US diplomat based in China

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Once it was clear that Lincoln was going to win the election, southern plantation owners feared that his views on slavery would disrupt their livelihoods. Lincoln: Divided We Stand continues Sunday at 10p ET/PT #LincolnCNN

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Opponents of affirmative action have asked the Supreme Court to use their case against Harvard to overrule precedent that has long allowed consideration of race in admissions and particularly enhanced opportunities for Black and Hispanic students

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US Capitol Police Chief Yogananda Pittman told lawmakers that the department didn't follow protocols during the January 6 insurrection for how to deal with an emergency situation, largely because officers were overwhelmed.

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Despite the relatively small number of cars involved, Hyundai's recall is one of the most expensive in history, signaling how electric car defects could create hefty costs for automakers — at least in the near future.

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Wisconsin firefighter Justin Frederickson was operating on a hose line outside of a burning building when a loaded firearm inside discharged due to heat conditions, traveled through the wall and hit him in the abdomen, the fire chief said.

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Wearing masks and other safety precautions are key to stop the spread of Covid-19 during indoor group exercise, according to two new reports

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Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander was the first Black person in the nation to earn a Ph.D. in economics in 1921. Three years later, she earned a law degree and went on to become the first Black woman to pass the Pennsylvania bar and practice law in the state.

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is denying allegations from a former aide who accused him of sexual harassment, including an unwanted kiss.

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