14 cruise ship passengers with virus among those evacuated to U.S.

Planes carrying 328 Americans from a coronavirus-stricken cruise liner in Japan have landed in the United States.
Efforts are underway to trace the passengers from a second cruise ship after an American passenger tested positive.

Apple says coronavirus will cause it to miss revenue goals

The company said it expects iPhone shortages because manufacturing has been slower than expected. Store closures in China have dampened demand for Apple products.

Campaign turns to black and Latino voters, and that’s a problem for some candidates

In Iowa and New Hampshire, crowds were overwhelmingly white. The states voting next have populations that are far more diverse.
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Boy Scouts of America files for bankruptcy amid wave of sexual abuse allegations

The long-anticipated Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing Tuesday will allow the Boy Scouts to keep operating as it reorganizes its finances and handles claims from hundreds of potential victims.
Adelaida Reynoso, 9, adds to a shrine to her mother that she keeps above the television set. (Kevin Sieff/The Post)
Adelaida Reynoso, 9, adds to a shrine to her mother that she keeps above the television set. (Kevin Sieff/The Post)
María Reynoso, right, makes tortillas with her sister, Magdalena Reynoso, in Sacapulas, Guatemala. (Kevin Sieff/The Post)
María Reynoso, right, makes tortillas with her sister, Magdalena Reynoso, in Sacapulas, Guatemala. (Kevin Sieff/The Post)
Adelaida, left, sits in her third-grade classroom in Florida. She has become a top student. (Kevin Sieff/The Post)
Adelaida, left, sits in her third-grade classroom in Florida. She has become a top student. (Kevin Sieff/The Post)
María Reynoso sits with a picture her daughter drew during her stay in a New York foster home. (Kevin Sieff/The Post)
María Reynoso sits with a picture her daughter drew during her stay in a New York foster home. (Kevin Sieff/The Post)

They were one of the first families separated at the border. Two and a half years later, they’re still apart.

Asylum-seeker María Reynoso was sent back to Guatemala. Her 9-year-old daughter is in Florida. Theirs is a hidden separation — older, longer, unreported to Congress.

The loves and scandals of President Warren G. Harding

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The Amazon founder and chief executive, who has been criticized for his company’s large carbon footprint, announced the formation of the Bezos Earth Fund.
South American countries running “Operation Condor,” which led to thousands of deaths in the 1970s, used devices made by a company owned by the agency and West German intelligence.
In his first public remarks since the impeachment of President Trump, former national security adviser John Bolton said his ability to speak was restrained because of a “prepublication review” of his forthcoming book.
In a chaotic, close finish, Denny Hamlin won the Daytona 500 for the third time in the past five years, but teams quickly turned their attention to Newman, who was involved in a terrifying wreck just before the finish.
Four Democrats joined Republicans to kill the measure, which would have also outlawed possession of high-capacity magazines.
The #KuToo movement has given women a new voice but faces resistance in a conservative, male-dominated society.
Special Report

Cardinal McCarrick secretly gave nearly $1 million to group led by cleric accused of sexual misconduct

He also supported leniency for its founder after the Vatican punished him for sexual wrongdoing, internal church documents show.
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Diane Keaton neglected her mentally ill brother for most of his life. Now she’s trying to make it right.

She rose higher and higher. He sank lower and lower. With a new book, the actress tries to bridge the divide.
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Everyone loved George Washington, until he became president

The dissatisfaction got so bad during Washington’s second term that Congress voted down adjourning to celebrate his birthday.
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