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Cindy Williams, Star of ‘Laverne & Shirley,’ Dies at 75

The show, in which Ms. Williams and Penny Marshall played roommates who worked in a Milwaukee brewery, was a spinoff of “Happy Days” and became a staple of 1970s television.

Biden Administration Plans to End Covid Public Health Emergency in May

The end of the emergency, planned for May 11, will bring about a complex set of policy changes and signals a new chapter in the government’s pandemic response.

Initial Police Report on Tyre Nichols Arrest Is Contradicted by Videos

The police report was the latest instance in which video evidence offered a starkly different account of police violence than what officers had reported themselves.

Tyre Nichols’s Parents to Attend State of the Union Address

“It’s important for them to be here in the gallery that night to listen to the president,” said the chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus, who invited them.

2 Monkeys Are Apparently Taken From Dallas Zoo in Latest Bizarre Incident

The emperor tamarin monkeys were reported missing on Monday, the latest among several unexplained episodes that have led to the death of one animal and left others free to escape.

Falling Used-Car Demand Puts Pressure on Carvana and Other Dealers

Dealership are seeing sales and prices drop as consumers tighten their belts, putting financial pressure on companies, like Carvana, that grew fast in recent years.

Congressman Sends Inert Grenades to Colleagues at House Offices

Representative Cory Mills, a Florida Republican, gave the grenades as gifts to colleagues in the House, drawing mixed reactions from fellow freshmen.

Biden Visits Decrepit Rail Tunnel to Promote $1 Trillion Infrastructure Law

President Biden is focused on selling his legislative accomplishments after the new House Republican majority had vowed to block his agenda for the remainder of his term.

Man Who Drove Family Off Cliff Is Charged With Attempted Murder, Authorities Say

Dharmesh A. Patel, 41, intentionally crashed a Tesla carrying his wife and two children, the authorities said. He was charged on Monday with three counts of attempted murder, court records show.

Two More Memphis Police Officers Are Suspended in Tyre Nichols’s Death

One officer, Preston Hemphill, used a stun gun that hit Mr. Nichols in the torso, according to a police report on the incident.

How the White House Handles Classified Documents

Officials who have worked with Democratic and Republican presidents describe an elaborate system for classified documents but a more casual one for everyday records.

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