Democracy Dies in Darkness.
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Perspective: Trump just pardoned a D.C. developer. Now, a neglected neighborhood hopes he will show mercy when it comes to a cherished community hub.
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Al Downing, the pitcher who gave up Hank Aaron’s 715th home run, appreciates their shared legacy
Perspective: In Buffalo, the Bills are ingrained in your DNA. Good luck trying to escape.
Move on or fight on: Americans remain divided as Biden’s quest for unity begins
Virginia moves toward banning capital punishment, in a shift for prolific death-penalty state
38 Capitol Police employees have tested positive for coronavirus since Jan. 6 riot, union chief says
Capitol attack will spur broad crackdown on domestic extremists
Trump jumps into a divisive battle over the Republican Party — with a threat to start a “MAGA Party”
100 million doses in 100 days: How Biden’s coronavirus vaccine push compares with those of other countries
Perspective: "Barry Goldwater was my grandfather. Today’s GOP would have to censure him, too."
Who is the home run king? Years after Barry Bonds topped Hank Aaron, it’s still up for debate.
Not "just depression." She seemed trapped in a downward mental health spiral. The real cause was a profound shock.
University forces professors back into the classroom despite covid-19, but students get to choose
Sundance 2021 makes it official: The weirdest movie year ever isn’t even a year
Repeal of Trump’s "Muslim ban" offers new hope to frustrated immigrants and long-suffering families
Analysis | The GOP’s looming impeachment strategy: Focus on the Constitution, not Trump
VMI commandant to retire as racial reckoning continues
Analysis: Obama’s early days were full of legislative wins. Biden may not have that chance.
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