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Six nongovernmental organizations, including Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International, put the French state on notice to force it to address "systemic discriminatory practices by the police."

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The European Union, stung by its slow progress on coronavirus vaccinations, threatened this week to tighten rules on the shipment of Belgian-made shots to Britain.
British lawmakers have accused their European counterparts of blackmail.

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Christina Crosby, a feminist scholar whose memoir, "A Body, Undone," was a significant text in disability studies and activism, died on January 5. She was 67.

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The actor and comedian Cheech Marin will open an art museum and academic center in Riverside, California, this fall that is intended to be the country’s first permanent space exclusively dedicated to showcasing Mexican-American art and culture.

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Donald Trump valued cabinet secretaries he saw as deal makers. President Biden has chosen policymakers, while also being on track to assemble the most diverse cabinet in American history.

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A New York City police officer was hospitalized in stable condition on Tuesday night after being shot in the lower torso by an armed man whom the officer had been chasing in the Bronx, according to a police official.

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An emergency worker in Florida was arrested this week in connection with the theft of coronavirus vaccine doses, just 12 days after he had been recognized as a county’s “paramedic of the year,” the authorities said on Tuesday.

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What did Jeffrey Epstein do to earn hundreds of millions of dollars from a handful of wealthy clients like the private equity billionaire Leon Black?

He helped rich people pay less in taxes.

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A California man was arrested and charged with sending threatening text messages to relatives of George Stephanopoulos and Rep. Hakeem Jeffries on the same day that a pro-Trump mob stormed the Capitol, federal prosecutors said.

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Mayor Nan Whaley of Dayton, Ohio, a 45-year-old progressive Democrat, is considering a 2022 campaign for governor or for the Senate seat currently held by Rob Portman, a Republican.

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The acting chief of the Capitol Police told lawmakers on Tuesday that the department was unprepared for the violence that took place on the day of the Capitol attack, despite knowing of the risk days ahead of time.

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Oklahoma has spent months trying to unload a stockpile of hydroxychloroquine — an antimalarial drug touted by Donald Trump as a “miracle” cure for Covid-19 despite a lack of evidence — that it purchased for $2 million last spring.

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Only five Republicans joined Democrats in a vote on Tuesday to go forward with Donald Trump's impeachment trial, far short of the 17 they would need to join them in convicting the former president.

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Hong Kong has long been one of the most unequal places on Earth. For the poorest residents, crammed into flats so small that they're called coffins, the city's lockdown is particularly painful.

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President Biden said on Tuesday the amount of coronavirus vaccines reaching the states would rise next week and a deal with two manufacturers was near to provide enough shots to vaccinate nearly all Americans by the end of summer.

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A Canadian couple was fined after they were charged with violating coronavirus restrictions when they traveled to a remote town last week to get vaccinated. Residents accused them of cutting the line.

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News Analysis: President Biden is moving rapidly to address global warming, with unlikely allies backing him and huge hurdles, some from his own party, directly ahead.

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Replying to @NYTNational: It’s been one year since Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna and seven others died in a helicopter crash. Here's a look back,…

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Update: Senator Patrick Leahy, Democrat of Vermont and the longest-serving senator, returned home after he was briefly hospitalized early Tuesday evening.

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It’s been one year since Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna and seven others died in a helicopter crash. Here's a look back, as we remember those who lost their lives that day and reflect on Bryant’s legacy. First, our obituary for Bryant:

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