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The U.S. Bombed a Dam in Syria That Was on a ‘No-Strike’ List

A military report warned that striking the giant structure could cause tens of thousands of deaths.

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey Enters Governor’s Race

Ms. Healey, a Democrat, is the best known of the candidates who are running to replace Gov. Charlie Baker, a Republican who is not seeking re-election.

Voting Rights Bill Is Blocked in the Senate

Without the votes to change Senate rules, Democrats had no avenue for overcoming a Republican filibuster against legislation intended to offset new state voting restrictions.

In Rebuke to Trump, Supreme Court Allows Release of Jan. 6 Files

The House committee investigating the riot received hundreds of pages of documents from the former president’s White House within hours of the ruling.

Abandoned on Los Angeles Train Tracks: Family Photos and Covid Tests

A Union Pacific rail hub in Lincoln Heights has increasingly become a target for thieves, who are leaving behind packages.

What We Know About the Hostage Situation in a Texas Synagogue

The authorities have identified the suspect, a British citizen, who was killed when the hostages at a synagogue in the Dallas-Fort Worth area were freed on Saturday night.

11 Hours of Fear, Negotiation and Finally, Relief

The F.B.I. identified Malik Faisal Akram, a British national, as the man who took hostages in a Texas synagogue on Saturday. He was killed during the rescue operation.

Tensions Rise Between Trump and Ron DeSantis

A spat over Covid has exposed friction between the former president and a rising G.O.P. governor unwilling to curb his ambitions.

Winter Snow Storm Updates: States Brace for Dangerous Conditions

In Florida, the system spawned tornadoes that did widespread damage on Sunday, while in the Southeast it knocked out power to nearly 200,000 customers.

Scenes From a Weekend of Mourning in the Bronx

Prayer services were held for 15 of the 17 victims of the fire that broke out last week at the Twin Parks North West building.

University of Michigan Fires Its President Over Inappropriate Relationship

Mark Schlissel’s contract was terminated immediately for interactions with a subordinate, the Board of Regents said.

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