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At least 10 states are activating National Guard troops in their capital cities in response to the F.B.I.’s warning that armed protesters could target cities across the U.S. in the days leading up to the presidential inauguration.

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Prosecutors in Georgia appeared to move closer to opening a criminal investigation of President Trump over his attempts to overturn the results of the state’s 2020 election.

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These 28 states are now vaccinating older people for the coronavirus.

But as millions gain access, the evolving system has caused a wave of confusion and chaos. “It’s almost like a gold rush," Gov. Eric Holcomb of Indiana said. "But it’s a vaccine rush."

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Netflix’s “Tiny Pretty Things” is “yet another failure by popular culture to get the ballet world and dance right,” our dance critic Gia Kourlas writes. “The usual clichés are all here, monotonous and spread so thin that they’re more cartoonish than ever.”

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Rosanne Boyland, a 34-year-old Trump supporter from Georgia, appears to have died in the Capitol attack after losing consciousness in a crush of fellow rioters as they tried to fight through a police line, videos reviewed by The New York Times show.

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President Trump is expected to depart the White House for the last time on the morning of inauguration. He hopes to leave from Joint Base Andrews to the blare of a military band, with a red carpet and military honors, those briefed on the planning said.

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Britain is now requiring anyone entering the country to take a Covid-19 test before traveling and quarantine themselves upon arrival.

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Mike Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow, met with President Trump on Friday carrying notes that included a suggestion about invoking the Insurrection Act, by which a president can deploy active military troops into the streets, among other moves.

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In Opinion

The mob that attacked the Capitol “tore down a veil,” writes Michelle Goldberg. “Suddenly, all but the most fanatical partisans admitted that Trump was exactly who his fiercest critics have always said he was.”

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Coronavirus deaths continue to mount at a heartbreaking rate. Here’s the latest data in the U.S.

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“I’m coming in with my elbows out and making way,” said Javicia Leslie, on becoming TV’s first Black Batwoman.

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“I feel like I don’t often get the opportunity to see our men realized onscreen the way we see them in real life.” Regina King spoke with @salamishah on her film directorial debut, “One Night in Miami.”

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They came to The Villages to enjoy their final chapter. But residents of Florida’s largest retirement community find that even paradise has its pitfalls. “Some Kind of Heaven,” a New York Times documentary at Sundance, is out now from Magnolia Pictures.

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Replying to @dgelles: Low taxes and light regulation made the party popular with corporate America for decades. President Trump and his supporters f…

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LGBTQ representation on television decreased for the first time in five years, according to an annual report by the advocacy organization Glaad.

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Alex Azar, the health secretary, confirmed his departure on Inauguration Day in a letter to President Trump. He suggested he considered quitting after the Capitol riot and said that he decided to stay until the end of the term because of the pandemic.

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Smokers, one of the high-risk groups for Covid-19, are now eligible for the vaccine in New Jersey.

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The Justice Department closed an investigation into nine military ballots in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, citing “insufficient evidence” of any criminal activity and serving as yet another rebuke of President Trump’s false claims about election fraud.

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The NRA, under investigation in New York, is declaring bankruptcy so it can leave the state and reincorporate in Texas.

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Low taxes and light regulation made the party popular with corporate America for decades. President Trump and his supporters frayed those bonds.

My look at a rift between the CEOs and the GOP.

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