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Peter Robb, Trump Labor Appointee, Is Fired

Peter B. Robb, the general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board, was deeply unpopular with prominent labor unions.

Critic’s notebook: ‘Celebrating America’ promised that daylight is coming.

The Biden inauguration special kept its politics light while pointing a way out of dark times.

Photos From an Inauguration Day Like No Other

President Biden and his inner circle wanted the ceremony to take place outside the Capitol as usual to show Americans and the world that democracy would endure despite attempts to upend it.

Jen Psaki’s Debut: No Attacks, No Lectures, No Crowd Size Fixation

Ms. Psaki, the new White House press secretary, offered an olive branch to reporters after four years of combativeness from the Trump administration, in a briefing designed as a return to normalcy.

Trump Departs Vowing, ‘We Will Be Back in Some Form’

Defeated and twice impeached, the 45th president used his farewell remarks before a sparse crowd to brag about his record and wish luck to the incoming administration.

Who is Jen Psaki? Biden’s Press Secretary Pledges to Bring Transparency Back

Jen Psaki, the White House press secretary, conducted the first news briefing of President Biden’s administration on Wednesday and vowed to bring “truth and transparency back to the briefing room.”

A Stutter Brought Biden and This Teen Together. Now He’s Writing a Book About It.

Brayden Harrington, 13, who spoke at the Democratic National Convention, will write a picture book, “Brayden Speaks Up,” HarperCollins announced.

Washington Breathes an Uneasy Sigh of Relief

Whether or not related to the absence of former President Donald J. Trump, a bipartisan lightness seemed to prevail across the inaugural stage.

Emerging Coronavirus Variants May Pose Challenges to Vaccines

Laboratory studies of mutations circulating in South Africa suggest they may dodge some of the body’s immune responses.

Biden’s Calls for Unity Are Already Being Tested in Congress

The new president, like many before him, said he wanted to bring lawmakers together, but much has changed since he served on Capitol Hill.

A.S.L. Interpreter Who Gave Coronavirus Updates Dies of Covid-19 Complications

Patty Sakal worked as an interpreter in Hawaii for nearly 40 years before her death on Jan. 15.

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