Democracy Dies in Darkness
On Thursday, the president will convene the two-day “Summit for Democracy” as a rally against authoritarianism. Some invitees have undisputed democratic credentials, and some that were omitted are clearly authoritarian — but many fall into a murky area.
The decision allows U.S. athletes to participate in the Games but is a significant political snub and reflects the administration’s displeasure over China’s human rights abuses.
Charles W. Howard, who was once Santa on a Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade float, started an annual school in 1937 where aspirants could learn the fine art of personifying Christmas. Here’s what the latest class got up to this year.
Nunes will step down from his seat at the end of December, according to an announcement Monday.
An unrelated sexual misconduct claim may have only hastened Jeff Zucker’s decision to dismiss his star anchor for crossing ethical lines to help his brother.
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President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin will be talking as Russian troops mass along the border with Ukraine.
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Hospitals are accusing the travel companies of price gouging. The companies say they are responding to the laws of supply and demand in an increasingly mobile work environment.
The team fired general manager Neil Olshey, the leading corporate executive abruptly resigned, and franchise player Damian Lillard has expressed unhappiness with the organization.
The Wizards were their own worst enemy on the second night of a back-to-back following Sunday’s defeat in Toronto, with self-inflicted mistakes arriving in crucial moments.
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In Peter Jackson's Beatles documentary, Paul McCartney writes "Get Back" in a number of minutes. Many musicians felt validated.
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