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Rioters at the Capitol intended “to capture and assassinate elected officials,” federal prosecutors said. One of the rioters, Jacob Anthony Chansley, a QAnon conspiracy theorist, wrote in a note for Vice President Mike Pence, “it's only a matter of time.” nyti.ms/3oOuJQS
Rioters intended to capture and assassinate elected officials, prosecutors allege.
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Breaking News: The faster-spreading variant of the coronavirus is projected to become the dominant source of infection in the U.S. by March, the CDC said. nyti.ms/2XWlMcB
Replying to @nytimes
The new virus variant could fuel another wrenching surge of cases and deaths, officials said. But they emphasized that "we know what to do": wear masks, maintain distance, wash hands, reduce interactions with different households and avoid crowds. nyti.ms/2XWlMcB
 
The Capitol Police are investigating whether members of Congress gave tours to visitors who were part of a pro-Trump mob that attacked the Capitol, and Speaker Nancy Pelosi warned if any Republicans aided the rioters they would be punished. nyti.ms/2XITmm7
 
The NBA fined Kyrie Irving $50,000 for violating the league’s health and safety protocols after a video seemed to show the Nets' guard maskless at a family birthday party. League guidelines bar players from attending indoor gatherings of 15 or more people. nyti.ms/2XJ12Vs
Kyrie Irving Fined $50,000 for Attending Indoor Party
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The New York Times Retweeted ·  
BREAKING: The faster-spreading variant of the coronavirus, first identified in Britain, is projected to become the dominant source of infection in the U.S. by March, acc to the CDC

w/ @RoniNYTimes

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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Friday that the city would run out of vaccine doses by next week. nyti.ms/2LUG5nE
New York Fears Being Starved for Vaccine Just as Rollout Speeds Up
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Thousands of online video stars are making a small fortune posting on Snapchat since the company said it would pay $1 million a day to users. "When videos go viral, the creator makes money, even if they are not influencers," @taylorlorenz writes. nyti.ms/3ieSI9k
Snapchat Wants You to Post. Theyre Willing to Pay Millions.
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The National Mall in Washington will be closed for a week to prevent a repeat of violence by far-right demonstrators who attacked the Capitol, the National Parks Service said. Two areas nearby will be open for inauguration events and for peaceful protest. nyti.ms/38KWhks
 
The quiet acceptance of the release of people who killed Americans over the course of the long war in Afghanistan has been a byproduct of the U.S. government’s push to accelerate its departure.
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The New York Times Retweeted ·  
"I’m coming in with my elbows out and making way."

My @nytimesarts interview with @JaviciaLeslie, who will become TV's first Black @CWBatwoman on Sunday. 🦇📺

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Javicia Leslie on Becoming TVs First Black Batwoman
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Tech workers in the Bay Area have money in the bank and suddenly movable jobs. They’re packing up. nyti.ms/35FQBWT
They Cant Leave the Bay Area Fast Enough
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Breaking News: The faster-spreading variant of the coronavirus is projected to become the dominant source of infection in the U.S. by March, the CDC said. nyti.ms/2XWlMcB
C.D.C. Warns the New Virus Variant Could Fuel Huge Spikes in Covid Cases
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Vice President Mike Pence called Vice President-elect Kamala Harris to congratulate her and offer his assistance ahead of next week’s swearing-in. It's the only one-on-one conversation between elected officials in the outgoing and incoming administration. nyti.ms/3nNfC8T
Pence, stepping into leadership void, calls Harris to offer assistance ahead of Inauguration Day.
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The New York Times Retweeted ·  
"We are in serious trouble. We are under siege": Ugandan security forces on Friday surrounded and breached the compound of opposition figure Bobi Wine, assaulting his staff and arresting one of them. My latest as results of #UgandaDecides2021 trickle in. nytimes.com/2021/01/15/wor…
 
Over 700,000 Hindus gathered on Thursday to dip in the Ganges River for Kumbh Mela, one of the largest religious gatherings in the world. Indian officials said they struggled to manage the crowd and fined about 1,000 for not wearing masks or distancing. nyti.ms/3qmMYNF
Undeterred by the pandemic, Hindu pilgrims gather in India.
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The front of a New York City bus fell 50 feet, leaving half the bus dangling from an overpass above the Cross Bronx Expressway on Thursday, with frightened passengers trapped inside. nyti.ms/39GS5Si
 
The three candidates to succeed Angela Merkel as head of the Germany's largest party — and likely as the next chancellor — have divergent visions for the future of Europe's leading economy. nyti.ms/2LDWn4L
Merkels Party to Choose New Leader, and Possible Successor as Chancellor
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Today's Great Read: “My 74 year old husband would like to have a partner to throw the ball with."

A callout on social media for a game of catch brought together a bunch of strangers who found an escape from society’s turbulence. nyti.ms/3bHfTI5
He Just Wanted to Play Catch. They Got Relief From Troubled Times.
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Professor Neil Ferguson, an epidemiologist at Imperial College London, said there were signs that recent restrictions might finally be starting to have a significant impact. “Overall, at a national level, we are seeing the rate of growth slow," he said on Thursday. pic.twitter.com/tIwFU6KshJ
Replying to @nytimes
But Christina Pagel, the director of the Clinical Operational Research Unit at University College London, said that even when new hospital admissions begin to fall, the recovery will be slow and grueling. Read our full story here. nyti.ms/2XGmElp
 
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It’s clear that England’s hospitals are under considerably more strain than during other recent winters. On Jan. 10, there were more than 4,600 patients in critical care beds, 40% more than was typical on that day over the last four winters. pic.twitter.com/wym58fncik
Replying to @nytimes
Professor Neil Ferguson, an epidemiologist at Imperial College London, said there were signs that recent restrictions might finally be starting to have a significant impact. “Overall, at a national level, we are seeing the rate of growth slow," he said on Thursday.
 
In reply to @nytimes
Whittington Health is one of 11 NHS trusts that currently have more than half of beds occupied by Covid-19 patients. While the health service in London is under the most immediate pressure, hospitals in other areas are starting to see a sharp rise in Covid patients. pic.twitter.com/E2lCAmvI08
Replying to @nytimes
It’s clear that England’s hospitals are under considerably more strain than during other recent winters. On Jan. 10, there were more than 4,600 patients in critical care beds, 40% more than was typical on that day over the last four winters.
 
In reply to @nytimes
Covid patients are taking up a growing proportion of hospital beds across the country. Whittington Health in north London had 66% of its beds occupied by Covid-19 patients on Jan. 12. nyti.ms/2XGmElp pic.twitter.com/QtR1Wlfdww
Replying to @nytimes
Whittington Health is one of 11 NHS trusts that currently have more than half of beds occupied by Covid-19 patients. While the health service in London is under the most immediate pressure, hospitals in other areas are starting to see a sharp rise in Covid patients.
 
In reply to @nytimes
The number of hospitalized Covid-19 patients in England has risen sharply since Christmas and now dwarfs the spring peak by 70%, with almost 14,000 more patients in hospitals than on April 12. nyti.ms/2XGmElp pic.twitter.com/W2XCP082u2
Replying to @nytimes
Covid patients are taking up a growing proportion of hospital beds across the country. Whittington Health in north London had 66% of its beds occupied by Covid-19 patients on Jan. 12. nyti.ms/2XGmElp
 
Hospitals across England are stretched to the brink with Covid-19 patients, medical staff are at their breaking point, and the death toll is soaring. nyti.ms/2XGmElp
Replying to @nytimes
The number of hospitalized Covid-19 patients in England has risen sharply since Christmas and now dwarfs the spring peak by 70%, with almost 14,000 more patients in hospitals than on April 12. nyti.ms/2XGmElp
 
Hospitals across England are stretched to the brink with Covid-19 patients, medical staff are at their breaking point, and the death toll is soaring. nyti.ms/2XGmElp
 
Breaking News: The FBI is investigating 37 people in the killing of Brian Sicknick, a Capitol Police officer who was struck with a fire extinguisher during the rampage. He died in the hospital undergoing treatment for his injuries. nyti.ms/3oZOaWM
The F.B.I. is investigating 37 in the killing of a Capitol Police officer by a pro-Trump mob.
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Russia said it would exit a treaty on military flyovers that the U.S. left in May, putting pressure on the incoming Biden administration’s arms control plans. nyti.ms/38OnyTj
Russia to Exit Open Skies Treaty, Escalating Military Rivalry With U.S.
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The New York Times Retweeted ·  
Are you trying to figure out whether you or a loved one is eligible for a COVID vaccine? You can search for your state, here: nytimes.com/2021/01/15/us/…

The @nytimes surveyed 50 states. At least 28 have begun vaccinating older people, though age ranges differ from state to state.
 
U.S. government watchdogs are planning a sweeping review of the Capitol rampage in an attempt to determine why federal agencies were caught flat-footed when pro-Trump rioters attacked Congress.
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Federal watchdogs open broad investigation into possible failures before Capitol riot.
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Senator James Lankford, who worked to overturn the election result, said he didn't intend to “diminish the voice of any Black American.” However, he added: "I should have recognized how what I said and what I did could be interpreted by many of you."
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A Republican senator from Oklahoma apologizes to Black constituents for seeking to disenfranchise them.
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President-elect Joe Biden appointed David Cohen to return as deputy head of the CIA.
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Biden Appoints Former C.I.A. Deputy to Return to Job
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“My 74 year old husband would like to have a partner to throw the ball with."
A callout on social media for a game of catch brought together a varied group of strangers who found escape from society’s turbulence.
nyti.ms/3ig4wIj
He Just Wanted to Play Catch. They Got Relief From Troubled Times.
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A dire shortage of oxygen tanks in the northern Brazilian state of Amazonas has pushed the health care system to the brink of collapse. "We are in a state of war," the governor said.
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President-elect Joe Biden has chosen Dr. David Kessler to help lead Operation Warp Speed, the program to accelerate development of Covid-19 vaccines and treatments.
nyti.ms/2LDNvfj
Biden Picks Former F.D.A. Chief to Lead Federal Vaccine Efforts
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President-elect Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion stimulus plan includes:
— $1,400 checks for those under certain income thresholds
— $400-a-week unemployment bump for “hard-hit workers”
— $130 billion for schools to reopen
— $440 billion for states and localities
nyti.ms/38NjCC6
 
A majority of registered voters in the U.S. support initiatives to fight climate change, including many that are outlined in President-elect Joe Biden's plans, a new survey says. nyti.ms/39wuq6Y
Survey Finds Majority of Voters Support Initiatives to Fight Climate Change
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With vaccine rollout plans changing across the nation, here's a look at what every U.S. state is doing.
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More Than Half of States Widen Access to Vaccine, Raising Hopes as Well as Chaos
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The New York Times Retweeted ·  
The call went out on social media in Dallas: Does anybody want to play catch with my 74-year-old husband? For one sunny hour, the community's response healed a little corner of the city. nyti.ms/3idqY55 by @mWilstory
He Just Wanted to Play Catch. They Got Relief From Troubled Times.
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The parents of Eric Parsa, a teenager with autism who died last year after an encounter with sheriff’s deputies in Louisiana, filed a lawsuit claiming that the deputies took turns sitting on Mr. Parsa for over nine minutes while trying to restrain him. nyti.ms/3qocPEO
Parents Sue Louisiana Sheriff and Deputies Over Autistic Sons Death
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People who received two shots of the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine in early trials are being offered a third dose to determine whether repeated vaccinations are needed.
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Participants in Modernas early clinical trials are being offered a booster shot.
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TikTok is about to outlast President Trump. The company's future will fall into the hands of President-elect Joe Biden, who has said little about TikTok or broader concerns about the growing influence of Chinese tech companies. nyti.ms/39Act7l
TikTok Is Poised to Outlast Trump, and to Test Biden
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Just days before President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration, the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un held the country's latest military parade, displaying a new submarine-launched ballistic missile. nyti.ms/3ie2s3L
North Korea Unveils New Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile
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Representative Peter Meijer, a freshman congressman from Michigan, was one of 10 Republicans who voted to impeach President Trump. He spoke to The Daily about his decision to break from the rest of his party.
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The View From a Republican Who Voted to Impeach
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Hospitals across England are stretched to the brink with coronavirus patients, medical workers have reached their breaking point, and the death toll is soaring. nyti.ms/35HWT8I
Hospitals in England Struggle in the Grip of the Virus
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Dozens of people on a terrorist watch list were found to have been in Washington on Jan. 6 for pro-Trump events that ultimately became the assault on the Capitol, two government officials said.
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Inaugural Security Is Fortified in D.C. as Military and Police Links Are Eyed in Riot
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President-elect Joe Biden appointed David Cohen to return as deputy head of the CIA. nyti.ms/3oOm2G6
Biden Appoints Former C.I.A. Deputy to Return to Job
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A day after the House impeached President Trump for inciting a violent insurrection at the Capitol, Senate leaders were working to agree on plans to try the departing president at the same time it considered the agenda of the incoming one. nyti.ms/35HBD2F
Senate Plans Trial for Trump as G.O.P. Weighs Risks of Convicting
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Bruce Springsteen, John Legend and Foo Fighters will perform during the prime-time TV special for President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration. The actors Eva Longoria and Kerry Washington will also take part in the event. nyti.ms/2XFtRSL
Bruce Springsteen and John Legend to Perform at Biden Inauguration Event
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Joe the pigeon was declared a "direct biosecurity risk" by the Australian authorities.
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Replying to @nytimes
Joe the pigeon has been spared death after the Department of Agriculture concluded the bird was "highly likely to be Australian." nytimes.com/2021/01/15/wor…
Joe the Pigeon Is Spared the Death Sentence in Australia
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