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Trump Pardons Miami Investor Robert Zangrillo

Federal prosecutors accused Robert Zangrillo of conspiring to pay a bribe so that his daughter would be admitted to the University of Southern California.

Trump Financial Disclosure Reveals a Business Upended by the Coronavirus Pandemic

Revenues for the Trump Organization fell nearly 38 percent in 2020 as the coronavirus took a steep toll on the hospitality industry. Mar-a-Lago was a bright spot.

Doug Emhoff Becomes First Second Gentleman

Vice President Kamala Harris’s husband has to define the job to suit himself — and to alter perceptions of the high-profile political spouse.

Biden, in a Burst of Climate Orders, Rejoins the Paris Agreement

The president also canceled the Keystone XL pipeline and ordered federal agencies to begin the process of reinstating environmental regulations reversed under the Trump administration.

For Many Across America, a Sigh of Relief as a New Era Begins

“I feel lighter,” said a woman in Chicago. For many in an exhausted, divided nation, the inauguration was a sea change, not just a transition.

A Call for Unity to a Nation Facing a Pandemic and Division

In his Inaugural Address, President Biden spoke of a return to the ordinary discord of democracy, with a reminder that “politics doesn’t have to be a raging fire, destroying everything in its path.”

Read President Biden’s Full Inauguration Speech Transcript, Annotated

President Biden used his Inaugural Address to urge Americans to come together to take on the challenges ahead.

President Biden’s 17 Executive Orders in Detail

The moves aim to strengthen protections for young immigrants, end construction of President Donald J. Trump’s border wall, end a travel ban and prioritize racial equity.

Joseph M. Scheidler, ‘Godfather’ of the Anti-Abortion Movement, Dies at 93

A former ad executive, he pioneered a militant style of direct-action protest during the 1980s before winning a decades-long lawsuit that accused him of racketeering and extortion.

First Lady Jill Biden Will Continue Teaching While in East Wing

Dr. Biden, who holds a doctorate in educational leadership, will continue to teach writing at Northern Virginia Community College, where she taught full-time during her two terms as second lady.

Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today

President Joe Biden began putting his plan to combat a pandemic into action.

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