The stage at the Capitol ahead of the 59th presidential inauguration in D.C. on Jan. 19. (Susan Walsh/POOL/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock)
President-elect Joe Biden has long been eager to undo and reshape policies advanced by the Trump administration over the past four years. Come Wednesday, he’ll make liberal use of his executive powers to do it, Matt Viser reports.
Peter Jamison was reporting on Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner’s potential departure from D.C., and he discovered a bizarre detail: The federal government used $3,000 a month of taxpayer dollars to pay for a bathroom for their Secret Service detail to use. The Trump-Kushner family has half a dozen bathrooms in their household, but according to neighbors and law enforcement officials, the people charged with keeping the family safe were instructed not to use any of them.
The plight of black entrepreneurs in Tulsa, nearly a century after one of the nation’s worst acts of racial violence.
Monday, January 18, 2021
An inauguration like no other. And how the White House residence staff say goodbye to one first family and hello to another.
Wednesday, January 20, 2021