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The trial will proceed on Feb. 9, but a procedural vote made it clear that there are not enough votes for now to convict former president Donald Trump over his role in the deadly Jan. 6 mob attack on the Capitol.
In the run-up to the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, Maj. Gen. William J. Walker said he was prohibited from taking urgent action without higher level sign-off.
Vaccine recipients wait in the observation area after getting a shot at the mass vaccination site at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. (Rachel Wisniewski for The Post)
The additional doses would increase available supply by 50 percent, bringing the total to 600 million doses — enough to fully vaccinate 300 million people. Pfizer and Moderna did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
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Some indoor athletics, however, have led to infections and should be curtailed if schools want to operate safely, researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention concluded in newly published papers.
Nassa Perez, Lupe Rodriquez and Marcos Montenegro work in the remains of the home belonging to Ezekiel Calero. (Gary Cosby Jr./The Tuscaloosa News/AP)
The quick-hitting twister in Fultondale, just north of Birmingham, killed one person and caused injuries and extensive property damage.
Speeds and access started coming back to normal performance after about an hour of the outages.
Bystanders managed to “corral" the suspected driver until officers arrested him, police said.
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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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Soldiers and civilians line up to vote at a school in Conakry, Guinea's capital, in October 2020. (AP)
“Some countries even acquired up to four times what their population needs,” South African President Cyril Ramaphosa alleged.
Now the pandemic is surging, the city is shuttering and an ambitious vaccine campaign is struggling to keep up.
The moves come as two manufacturers said they would have to delay deliveries of the vaccine.
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.
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Democrat Ted Wheeler told police that he feared the maskless man could infect him with the coronavirus, adding that he was also concerned for his personal safety.
Weapon seizures were down, but the rate of seizures was historic, the Transportation Security Administration said.
Maryland will set up new coronavirus vaccination sites and send shots to Safeway and Rite Aid stores, Gov. Larry Hogan (R) said.
President Biden stopped at Call Your Mother in Georgetown on Sunday. (James Culcasi)
With a bagel order, the president signals he’ll use his office to help businesses.
In her Senate confirmation hearing, Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo also pledged to help the American economy recover from the pandemic, expand broadband access and promote manufacturing and clean-energy jobs.
The fierce Trump ally has doubled down on baseless claims of election fraud despite the costs to his business.
Workers move boxes at an Amazon warehouse. (Scott Olson/Getty Images)
Workers at Amazon warehouses, as well as staff at tech giants’ headquarters, are pressing for union representation to improve safety and wages, and to have a say in the types of products and services their employers offer.
Now in control of the White House and Congress, they have a very different approach than former president Donald Trump.
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This offseason could feature some of the most complex, dramatic quarterback maneuvering in NFL history. It will involve trades and, in some cases, trying to fit players under a salary cap that could go down significantly next season.
Green Bay’s quarterback downplayed the murky comments he made Sunday regarding his future.
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Assigning quarterbacks individual wins and losses is a fool’s errand. Stafford is an above-average quarterback who could help his next team.
The Cowboys have appealed their ban,  and a resolution isn’t expected before the men’s basketball tourney starts.  
A surprise sighting in November of radio-collared red wolf Number 8, whose whereabouts were unknown for a year because her collar stopped working, helped biologists locate her to give her a new orange collar. (Ann Cameron Siegal)
Recent sightings means U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service can keep track of 8 out of 20 that remain.
Confused spouse is hurt and wants to know why he didn’t trust her enough to confide.
Woman is having a hard time working, exercising and connecting with partner and friends.
Reader gets the brunt of customers’ frustrations as rules change.