President-elect Joe Biden will take office under pressure to repudiate and rescind many, if not most, of the more than 400 executive actions President Trump used to tighten the U.S. immigration system. But Biden also will start his term in a bind that could make such changes difficult to accomplish quickly.
Governors and state lawmakers across the country are working to authorize millions of dollars in new coronavirus stimulus aid, aiming to plug gaping holes in their local economies before the end of the year.
Pediatricians and other health experts called for children to be enrolled in vaccine trials earlier and now worry that the window for immunizing kids before the beginning of the next school year has closed.
Little, who has confessed to killing 93 people over four decades, has told police that he intentionally targeted women who would not be missed if they vanished or believed if they survived — often women of color.
Attorney General William P. Barr is the highest-ranking administration official to break with President Trump on his allegation that the election was stolen, which may offer political cover to other Republicans.
Physician Jacob Keeperman, the medical director of Renown Regional Medical Center's covid-19 alternative care site, said he tweeted the selfie he took the day the site opened to thank his staff for their work.
The building at 3701 Benning Road NE, once a meatpacking processing plant and years later one of D.C.’s longest-running gay bars, is the proposed site of a new halfway house for men returning from prison. (Amanda Voisard for The Post)