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Brazil’s insurrection was etched with America’s Jan. 6 template

The best antidote for the kind of anti-democratic chaos that America saw two years ago, and that Brazil endured on Jan. 8, is an unyielding commitment to ensuring it doesn’t go unpunished. → Read More

Federal Reserve is right to resist politicization

Fed chair Jerome Powell is right to resist calls to get involved in partisan political issues. → Read More

Sherlock Holmes entering the public domain in 2023

Sherlock Holmes is finally free to the American public in 2023. → Read More

What’s most troubling about long COVID? America doesn’t know enough about it.

Not enough is known about long COVID, who is most at risk and what’s the best course of action when it comes to treatment. → Read More

After Pelosi, Congress faces another bumpy ride

Republicans may celebrate House Speaker Nancy Pelosi losing her majority, but incoming Republican leaders face internal earthquakes of their own. → Read More

Queen Elizabeth II loved her job and her people. They adored her in return.

Queen Elizabeth served her people with a level of commitment that forestalls all reasonable criticism of how she went about her prescribed duties. → Read More

Editorial: In the low-cost airline industry, a race to the bottom

Carriers have been introducing stripped-down “basic economy” fares to match Spirit Airlines' deceptively low online ticket prices. → Read More

Watch live: President Joe Biden addresses US aid to Ukraine

President Joe Biden will deliver remarks on the assistance the U.S. is providing to Ukraine. → Read More

Watch live: President Biden addresses the nation on the anniversary of the COVID-19 shutdown

President Biden addresses the nation on the anniversary of the COVID-19 shutdown. Watch live here. → Read More

Dr. Anthony Fauci says US could reach 100,000 new coronavirus cases a day as health officials testify in Senate

Dr. Anthony Fauci said coronavirus cases could grow to 100,000 a day in the U.S. if Americans don’t start following public health recommendations. → Read More

Read Ambassador Bill Taylor’s impeachment inquiry transcript

Read the transcript of Bill Taylor's closed-door testimony to House impeachment investigators. → Read More

2020 election schedule: Here’s when the debates, primaries and conventions will happen

The campaign season is on us. Here are all the dates you'll need to keep track of the presidential debates and primaries as America prepares for the 2020 election. → Read More

AJ Freund saga: The family's interactions with DCFS and how the tragedy unfolded

How AJ Freund case unfolded. → Read More

Tourist missing after 10-day kayaking trip in Florida Everglades found safe

The Coast Guard said they found James Matthew Soltis, 57, while he was camping. → Read More

10 weirdest mascots in the NCAA tournament

Some are feathered, some are furry, some are fuzzy-faced and some are just full-on freaky. Yet we cannot look away. In fact, we have assembled a gallery of the 10 weirdest and most disturbing mascots representing the schools in this year's NCAA tournament. → Read More

Delta's smart move to bar phony support animals

Hooray for Delta Air Lines. A Chicago Tribune editorial commends the carrier for tightening the rules on who can take emotional support animals on flights after a sharp rise in on-board incidents, including urination, defecation, biting and mauling. → Read More

Aziz Ansari responds to allegations of sexual misconduct

Comedian Aziz Ansari has responded to allegations of sexual misconduct by a woman he dated last year. → Read More

Fantasy football 2018 sleepers: Derrick Henry, Adam Shaheen and names you've never heard of

Every season several rookies and young players fulfill preseason potential or come completely out of nowhere to knock a few veterans off the fantasy football leaderboard. → Read More

#MeToo: A timeline of events

From Harvey Weinstein and beyond, a chronological list of moments related to the #MeToo movement. → Read More

Floods are inevitable. Soaking taxpayers isn't

How flood insurance should work: U.S. would pay for your house twice, but after that it's either time to mitigate or you might want to consider relocating somewhere else. → Read More