Razor wire continues to be installed along fencing around the Capitol Sunday. (Evelyn Hockstein for The Post)
The quiet Sunday brought little relief to a city on edge from the deadly attack on the Capitol. Each day leading up to the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden comes with fear of additional violence and ever more security.
As the virus began spreading a year ago, there was pushback against maligning China with the labels like “China virus” or “Wuhan virus.” The World Health Organization says it’s working on a more neutral naming system.
Alexei Navalny arrived from Berlin, where he was treated for a near-fatal poisoning in August. Navalny and his allies claim the attack was carried out by Russian security agents. Moscow denies the accusation.
Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey agreed to ban Donald Trump from Twitter after tearful all-hands meetings, bitter dialogues and employee pushback. It was the biggest decision his company had ever faced.
The suit amounts to a pressure tactic to get Apple to act toward Telegram as it already has toward Parler, a social media site that swelled with calls for violence and insurrection ahead of the Capitol siege, according to researchers.