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Thousands Of Migrants Travel To Guatemala Hoping To Reach U.S.

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News Brief: Inauguration Is A Day Away, Confirmation Hearings, Migrant Caravan

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News Brief: Inauguration Day Changes, COVID-19 Roundup, Alexei Navalny

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Amazon cut off Parler from its Web hosting service, knocking the social media site offline. Hollie Adams/Getty Images hide caption

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Parler Executive Responds To Amazon Cutoff And Defends Approach To Moderation

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First Platoon: A Story of Modern War in the Age of Identity Dominance, by Annie Jacobsen Dutton hide caption

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'First Platoon' Examines How War On Terror Birthed Pentagon's Biometrics ID System

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In an NPR interview, Republican Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska said the U.S. Capitol "was ransacked by a mob that was incited by the president of the United States." Kevin Dietsch/Pool/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Ben Sasse Rips Trump For Stoking Mob, Calls Josh Hawley's Objection 'Really Dumbass'

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News Brief: 25th Amendment, Far-Right Extremists, Unemployment Data

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Jack Ma, the billionaire founder of Chinese Internet giant Alibaba, hasn't been seen in public in months after criticizing government regulators. Philippe Lopez/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Alibaba Founder Jack Ma Has Fallen Off The Radar. Here Are Some Clues Why

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Trump supporters clash with police and security forces as they invade the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday. Roberto Schmidt/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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How Police Handled Pro-Trump Mob Compared With Protesters For Black Racial Justice

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News Brief: Rioters Storm U.S. Capitol, Congress Ratifies Biden Victory

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News Brief: Election Roundup, Jacob Blake Shooting, Overwhelmed Hospitals

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Election Day In Georgia: Millions Voted Early In 2 Senate Runoffs

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News Brief: Ga. Runoffs, COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution, U.K. Lockdown

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Little, Brown and Co.

Gatsby's Great Narrator 'Nick' Finally Gets His Own Backstory

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Meda Nix, a citizen of the Cherokee Nation and a Cherokee language speaker, receives a COVID-19 vaccine from Dr. Matthew Reece at the Cherokee Nation Outpatient Health Center Thursday, Dec. 17, 2020, in Tahlequah, Okla. Mike Simons/Tulsa World via AP hide caption

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At First Wary Of Vaccine, Cherokee Speaker Says It Safeguards Language, Culture

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