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The Senate minority leader had signaled he would not agree to a power-sharing arrangement in the 50-50 Senate unless Democrats agreed to preserve the filibuster.
The Biden administration has said a key metric in its first 100 days will be administering 100 million vaccine shots. (Video: JM Rieger/The Post; photo: Jabin Botsford/The Post)
On Monday, President Biden said he could envision 1.5 million U.S. vaccinations per day. The recalibration reflects the reality that the country is already close to the million-a-day pace.
The U.K., South Africa and Brazil variants are highly transmissible and have sparked concerns that vaccines may be less effective against them.
The leftist government has emphasized persuasion to get people to follow coronavirus restrictions. It’s been tough.
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Attorneys for Dominion Voting Systems said that Trump-supporting attorney Rudy Giuliani “cashed in by hosting a podcast where he exploited election falsehoods to market gold coins, supplements, cigars, and protection from ‘cyber thieves.’ ”
Entering the fray is the Bauhinia Party, a new pro-China group founded by financiers from mainland China, presenting themselves as guardians of stability. 
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Two new papers reveal the growing toll that human-caused global warming is taking on the planet's ice.
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The Biden administration has said a key metric in its first 100 days will be administering 100 million coronavirus vaccine shots.
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The Russian president dismissed Navalny’s video investigation, which has been viewed more than 87 million times, as “boring” and said the weekend protests were “dangerous.”
A ban on travelers from Brazil and Britain, Ireland and 26 other countries in Europe had been set to expire Tuesday.
Farmers take part in a tractor rally to protest farm laws in Delhi, India, on Tuesday. (Reuters)
The farmers have spent two months camped out on the borders of the city to oppose new agricultural laws that they consider a threat to their livelihoods.
Conte directed pandemic decision-making while trying to hold warring political factions together.
A decade since pro-democracy protesters gathered in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, the Arab world weighs the lessons of the 2011 uprisings.
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Maryland’s Republican governor says he’s being urged to seek the presidency in 2024 — and strategists say he could have a chance.
Twitter's Birdwatch pilot lets selected users write corrections and fact checks on potentially misleading tweets.
The Trump White House delayed the plan to replace President Andrew Jackson.
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Atlanta Falcons players wear masks while on the sideline during a Jan. 3 game in Tampa. (AP)
Allen Sills, the NFL’s chief medical officer, says the league was “able to show that you can play a team sport while minimizing risk to the participants.”
For the first time in NFL history, the team from the Super Bowl’s host city will play in the game.
A visual breakdown of the touchdown by Travis Kelce that helped seal the Chiefs’ victory in the AFC championship game.
The brand is one of several big-name products that won’t have commercials this year.
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