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Look What Bernie Sanders (those mittens!) and Garth Brooks (that hat!) Wore to the Inauguration.

This year, many were paying attention to the sartorial choices of men at the inauguration — with a particular focus on Senator Bernie Sanders and the country singer Garth Brooks.

In Trump’s Pardons, Disdain for Accountability

President Donald J. Trump’s clemency actions underscored his animosity toward a justice system seeking to punish corruption and betrayals of public trust.

Obama, Bush and Clinton Accompany Biden to Arlington National Cemetery

In a show of solidarity with former leaders, President Joe Biden paid his respects at the Tomb of the Unknowns.

Vice President Kamala Harris Walks Parade Route

Minutes after President Biden exited his limo to walk the remainder of the parade route to the White House, Vice President Kamala Harris and her husband, Doug Emhoff, followed suit.

Biden Walks Parade Route

In an inauguration scaled back first by the pandemic and then by security concerns related to the attack at the Capitol earlier this month, President Biden continued with one inaugural tradition on Wednesday: exiting the presidential limo and strolling…

A New Orleans Mardi Gras With a Different Sort of Mask

The bar scene so central to the city’s economy and allure is about to become the stage for an unusually muted and bittersweet celebration.

Student Who Was Jailed for Breaking Quarantine in Caymans Apologizes

Skylar Mack, an American college student, was released last week after spending more than a month behind bars. She said, “I deserved it.”

Career Official Expected to Temporarily Lead Justice Dept.

The official is President-elect Joe Biden’s choice to take over while his attorney general nominee, Merrick Garland, seeks Senate confirmation.

Steve Schwarzman, a Trump Adviser, Stays Loyal Till the End

The Blackstone chief executive stuck with President Trump despite the occasional slight, and stopped short of criticizing Mr. Trump even after the Capitol attack.

What to Know About the Delays in California’s Unemployment Payments

Tuesday: An update on the state’s plagued unemployment system. Also: California’s changing of the guard.

Why Medical Tourism Is Drawing Patients, Even in a Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has devastated medical tourism, but pent-up demand remains for affordable treatment in foreign lands.

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