Democracy Dies in Darkness
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After moderate Democrats pushed for more “targeted” spending, the plan would phase out the payments faster for higher-income individuals.
Maj. Gen. William J. Walker testified that he didn’t receive approval to change the D.C. Guard’s mission and send his forces to the Capitol on Jan. 6 until three hours and 19 minutes after he first received an emotional call from the Capitol Police chief requesting urgent backup.
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Germany is entering what the press has dubbed a super election year with a series of state elections before federal elections in September which will mark and end to Chancellor Angela Merkel’s more than 15 years in power.
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One month after launching in South Korea, Spotify has removed hundreds of popular K-pop artists from its global catalogue, amid a dispute with a South Korean distributor.
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The HealthCare.gov website opened Feb. 15 for an extra three months of enrollment. (AP)
President Biden ordered insurance marketplaces to reopen to help more people find insurance amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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To get vaccinated, the country star returned to a place and a doctor that tie her to the Moderna vaccine, which she helped fund.
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Despite community outrage over the incident, Wayne County’s prosecutor said she was not pursuing charges.
Google is going further in its efforts to stop advertisers from following people around the Web. But the changes are likely to cement the company's power online even more.
Addressing years-old cybersecurity failures could have helped the government catch a massive Russian hacking campaign sooner, the Government Accountability Office head said.
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Chelsea's Christian Pulisic, right, plays against Barnsley on Feb. 11. (Lee Smith/Reuters)
The U.S. national soccer team star has struggled with injuries and playing time in his sophomore season in the Premier League.
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