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A running list of Biden's announcements and reported picks as the incoming administration begins to name its top personnel. [Read More]
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His liaison at Justice was booted from the building for pressuring officials to give up details about investigations into purported election fraud. [Read More]
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He's blown-away his old boss Barack Obama's performance, which was the best for a Democratic presidential candidate since LBJ. [Read More]
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Its lighter weight and smaller body makes it easier to reach for, and it is comfortable to play standing up, lying in bed, or lounging... [Read More]
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One day after Pelosi and Schumer endorsed the framework, several more Republicans expressed grudging support for a deal like it. [Read More]
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Why does it feel like someone is trying to sell me something? [Read More]
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It shrinks your trash while feeding your plants. [Read More]
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Including some deeply discounted headphones and one of our favorite plus-size jumpsuits. [Read More]
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Including baby food, finger food, and a chicken parm you'll want to make sure they share. [Read More]
No Eiffels here. [Read More]
Plus giftable picks from Glossier and Parachute and (surprise!) face masks. [Read More]
Almost as good as an island getaway. [Read More]
The administration has moved ahead with plans to sell drilling rights to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. [Read More]
It recalls one of Sandy Liang's trendier fleeces but costs a fraction of the price. [Read More]
Actress Heléne Yorke, Sofia Coppola, Dorinda Medley, and more tell us. [Read More]
More than 2,700 people died on Wednesday, and more than 100,000 are in the hospital. [Read More]
TL;DR: Shop early. [Read More]
The onetime fixer, now out of prison, breaks down his ex-boss's postelection tantrum. [Read More]
The Republican from Georgia is far and away the most prolific trader in the Senate — often with shares of companies he oversees in office. [Read More]
In a race that was essentially tied, Rita Hart wants the kind of lengthy investigation Congress can offer, but Republicans are crying foul. [Read More]
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