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Top Senate Official Disqualifies Minimum Wage From Stimulus Plan
The parliamentarian ruled that the provision, which would gradually increase the wage to $15 an hour, violated the strict budgetary rules that limit what can be included in the package.

Give Biden a Chance? On Covid Aid, Some Trump Voters Just Might
Republican leaders in Washington firmly oppose the president?s stimulus plan, but a sizable number of Trump voters support it, interviews and polls show.

Confirmation in Doubt for Neera Tanden, Biden?s Budget Director Pick
The struggle to gain support for the longtime Democratic aide whose combative Twitter posts have drawn criticism reflects miscalculations by the White House and its chief of staff, Ron Klain.

The Coronavirus Is Plotting a Comeback. Here?s Our Chance to Stop It for Good.
Many scientists are expecting another rise in infections. But this time the surge will be blunted by vaccines and, hopefully, widespread caution. By summer, Americans may be looking at a return to normal life.

With Infections Dipping, Governors Across U.S. Start Easing Restrictions
As the pandemic recedes slowly, governors are relaxing rules meant to curb the spread of the virus, but in a patchwork fashion. Catch up on Covid-19 news.

D.C.?s Mayor Mourned Covid?s Unequal Toll. Her Sister Is the Latest Victim.
As the number of coronavirus deaths in the city reached 1,000 this week, three-fourths of the dead were Black.

Germans Clamor for Covid Vaccines, but Shun AstraZeneca?s Offering
Hundreds of thousands of AstraZeneca doses are sitting unopened as many Germans reject the vaccine over fears it is ?second-class? compared to the one developed by BioNTech and Pfizer.

Biden Orders Airstrikes in Syria Targeting Iran-Backed Militias
President Biden ordered retaliatory strikes against the militias whose attacks in Erbil this month killed one civilian contractor and wounded a U.S. service member.

Biden Speaks With Saudi King; Unclear if Khashoggi Killing Was Discussed
An intelligence report is expected to be released on Friday as the Biden administration engages in a ?recalibration? of the United States? relationship with Saudi Arabia.

Manhattan D.A. Now Has Trump?s Tax Returns
After an 18-month court battle, prosecutors in Manhattan investigating possible bank and tax fraud have seized former President Donald J. Trump?s tax records.

John Geddert Is Dead After Human Trafficking Charges
John Geddert died by suicide shortly after he was charged with human trafficking and criminal sexual conduct, Michigan prosecutors said.

Residents of a Texas Border City Long Felt Overlooked. The Storm Made It Worse.
Del Rio residents, searching for fresh food and water, said that government aid has been sparse. ?When they?re running for office is when we see them,? one man said of politicians.

Still Processing: Remembering Whitney Houston
We can?t forget what made her the greatest.

Should We Put the Filibuster Out of Its Misery?
Depends on which people you talk to. Ezra Klein and Jessica Anderson join Jane Coaston to debate the Senate?s revered and reviled tactic.

Got a Confidential News Tip?
The Times would like to hear from readers who want to share messages and materials with our journalists.

Sacha Baron Cohen Has a Message for Mark Zuckerberg
The actor who, as Borat, drew our attention to racism, misogyny and autocratic propaganda calls out the social media companies who profit off these trends.

Nurses Are Barely Holding Themselves Together
Being a nurse was already hard. But in the pandemic, it?s become almost impossible.

This Senator Has Got the Math Wrong About a $15 Minimum Wage
John Thune says he earned $6 an hour as a teenager in the 1970s. That would be more than $20 today.

The Paradox of Pandemic Partisanship
Many Republicans consider Biden illegitimate ? and support his plans.

How to Get Really Rich!
Getting into the right job is the key.

How We Can Better Predict Weather Catastrophes
We need to develop an early warning system to forecast climate-induced extreme weather events.

Mitch McConnell Doesn?t Get to Define ?Bipartisan?
If 70 percent of Americans support a policy, including most Republicans, it is bipartisan ? regardless of what some senators think about it.

The Supreme Court Is Not Finished With Elections
The justices are about to consider whether the Voting Rights Act applies to policies that restrict the vote.

Texas Is a Rich State in a Rich Country, and Look What Happened
We don?t realize how fragile the basic infrastructure of our civilization is.

The Masks of Mexico
A surreal representation of resilience and resignation.

Her New Life Started With a Robbery on a First Date
Nine months after she fled Syria, Maisam met Marvin in Germany. Their relationship gave her a surrogate family while she was separated from her own.

When Influencers Make Fools of Themselves
We can all use a reminder that envy-inducing content looked ridiculous behind the scenes.

I Was Fine With Being the Breadwinner, Until 2020 Came Along
My husband pays for nothing, and I?m starting to resent him.

Global Markets Drop Sharply, Following Wall Street?s Slump
Man Killed 3 After Early Release, Officials Say
An Oklahoma man whose prison sentence had been commuted cut out and cooked a woman?s heart and tried to feed it to his relatives before killing two of them, the authorities said.

F.C.C. Approves a $50 Monthly High-Speed Internet Subsidy
The money, aimed at low-income households, is part of an effort to bridge the access gap to broadband connectivity amid the pandemic.

Woman Dies After Getting Covid-19 From Transplanted Lungs
In what appears to be the first case of its kind, a pair of donated lungs led to Covid-19 in an organ recipient, according to doctors at the University of Michigan.

Nigerian Students Are Abducted in 2nd Kidnapping in Just Over a Week
The authorities declined to say how many students were taken in an area where a surge in armed militancy has led to a worsening breakdown of security.

Black Officer Gives Account of Capitol Riot
?Black officers fought a different battle? on Jan. 6, said Harry Dunn, a Capitol Police officer. Here is what he saw and heard when rioters, including white supremacists, stormed the Capitol.

North Korea?s borders are closed, but Russia says some of its citizens found a way out by trolley.
Russia?s Foreign Ministry said some of its citizens, including a diplomat and his 3-year-old, left North Korea on a hand-pushed railroad trolley.

New World Map Tries to Fix Distorted Views of Earth
You?re going to need some double-sided tape.

Canadians Try to Solve the Enigma of Hard Butter
Pandemic inspired baking has helped focus national attention on a burning question: Why does Canadian butter seem so firm?

?WandaVision? Lives Inside TV. Just Like We Do.
After a year of pandemic life, the superhero show?s inventive premise ? television as both escape and prison ? is all too relatable.

Why Your Brain Feels Broken
Pandemic stress and multitasking can affect memory in a real way.

10 Classical Concerts to Stream in March
Mitsuko Uchida, the Louisiana Philharmonic and a performance organized by Teju Cole are among the highlights.

Kingsley Ben-Adir?s Breakthrough Year Didn?t Come Easily
Playing Malcolm X in ?One Night in Miami? is a dream realized for the British actor, but drama school didn?t prepare him for all the disappointments along the way.

Dispo, David Dobrik's Photo-Sharing App, Is Taking Off
Some are calling David Dobrik?s new photo app, Dispo, the next Instagram.

Rage Sets a Couple on a Collision Course. Who Will Absorb the Impact?
In her new novel, ?The Smash-Up,? Ali Benjamin takes readers on an exhilarating ride through a crisis propelled by real-life events.

How Food Traditions Nourish New Moms
Parents still turn to old recipes and customs for postpartum recovery.

The Norwegian Wool Coat
The topcoats made by Norwegian Wool are as warm as your bulkiest puffer, and they?ve become the favorite of financiers, news anchors and the movie crowd.

Exercise vs. Diet? What Children of the Amazon Can Teach Us About Weight Gain
What we eat may be more important than how much we move when it comes to fighting obesity.

For Some Teens, It?s Been a Year of Anxiety and Trips to the E.R.
During the pandemic, suicidal thinking is up. And families find that hospitals can?t handle adolescents in crisis.

Johnson &Johnson?s Vaccine Works Well and May Curb Virus Spread
F.D.A. studies show the shot strongly protects against severe illness and may reduce spread of the virus. But the drugmaker has fallen short of initial production goals.

Seven Hundred Leagues Beneath Titan?s Methane Seas
Mars, Shmars; this voyager is looking forward to a submarine ride under the icebergs on Saturn?s strange moon.

Lady Gaga?s Dogs Are Stolen and Dog Walker Is Shot
The Los Angeles police said that two French bulldogs were taken Wednesday night and that a dog walker was critically injured. Lady Gaga is offering a reward for their safe return, a representative said.

Gender Reveal Device Explosion Kills Man in Liberty, N.Y., Police Say
The explosion in a garage killed Christopher Pekny and injured his brother on Sunday, officials said. Another brother described what happened as ?the freakiest of freak accidents.?

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