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Washington, D.C., on Edge Over Protest of Jan. 6 Arrests

Organizers said the police response had dampened turnout for the “Justice for J6” rally, which served as a platform for pro-Trump politicians seeking House seats next year.

Texas Doctor Says He Performed an Abortion in Defiance of New State Law

In an opinion essay in The Washington Post titled “Why I violated Texas’s extreme abortion ban,” Dr. Alan Braid wrote, “I am taking a personal risk, but it’s something I believe in strongly.”

Biden Administration to Deport Haitians in Del Rio, Texas

The U.S. will begin flying migrants back to Haiti and other countries on Sunday as President Biden struggles to manage an immigration system already buckling under record migration.

In Orange County, the Recall’s Defeat Echoes Years of G.O.P. Erosion

Voters struck down the effort to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom, continuing the political seesawing that has defined the former Republican stronghold.

California’s Governor Says Two of His Children Tested Positive for the Coronavirus

Gavin Newsom’s office said the state’s first family was “following all Covid protocols.”

Odette Downgraded to Post-Tropical Cyclone on Its Way to Newfoundland

The storm is expected to unleash strong winds and heavy rains in Newfoundland, in Canada, forecasters said.

Harassed and Harangued, Poll Workers Now Have a New Form of Defense

Threatened by extremists and under fire by politicians, election workers now have their own legal defense network. It’s a perk they never expected to need.

3 Weeks After Hurricane Ida, Parts of Louisiana Remain Dark

As businesses and schools have reopened in New Orleans, ongoing power outages in communities just beyond the city put recovery out of reach.

F.D.A. Panel’s Vote on Covid Boosters Sets Biden Plan Back

The panel recommended against blanket access to Pfizer boosters for those 16 and older, but urged offering them to those 65 and older and “at high risk,” a term that offers the White House some room to expand access.

Texas Lawmakers Plan to Continue Their Rightward Shift

The state recently completed one of its most conservative legislative sessions, widening a divide among many residents.

William J. Walker, Sidelined on Jan. 6, Has New Job Securing Capitol

William J. Walker has testified about how his requests for approval to deploy the National Guard on Jan. 6 went unanswered. Now it falls to him to prevent another rampage.

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