In Michigan, government officials and law enforcement prepared for the possibility of significant violence ahead of the inauguration, but by Sunday’s end only a small group of armed protesters had ventured to the state capitol.
The police and members of the National Guard filled the Capitol and the streets of Washington ahead of possible armed protests on Sunday and the inauguration of President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. on Jan. 20.
Phil Spector, one of the most influential and successful record producers in rock ’n’ roll, who generated a string of hits in the early 1960s by the Crystals, the Ronettes and the Righteous Brothers defined by the lavish instrumental treatment known as
Representative Peter Meijer, a Republican freshman who voted to impeach Mr. Trump, said in an interview with “The Daily,” The New York Times audio podcast, that the prevalence of false information among the base had created “two worlds” among congressional Republicans —
WASHINGTON — As President Trump prepares to leave office in days, a lucrative market for pardons is coming to a head, with some of his allies collecting fees from wealthy felons or their associates to push the White House for clemency, according
“It’s striking,” said Ralph Richard Banks, a law professor at Stanford who has written about race, gender and family patterns. “In some ways they are at the frontier of different aspects of American families and how they’re changing.” Some might say they
Watch it on Amazon Prime, Apple TV, Google Play, Vudu, YouTube [Read The New York Times review.] ‘Seven Days in May’ The characters in this jittery 1964 thriller are fictional, but the situation — particularly of late — feels all too real.
The inauguration of President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris on Jan. 20 will be different from past ceremonies. The Presidential Inaugural Committee is urging people to stay home to keep large crowds from potentially spreading the coronavirus, and
Loews Hotels said on Saturday that it would not host a fund-raiser with Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri, the latest indication that many companies are distancing themselves from Republicans who voted to overturn the election results. Fighting for Missouri, a political action
Facebook will temporarily stop showing ads that “promote weapon accessories and protective equipment in the U.S. at least through Jan. 22,” two days after Inauguration Day, according to a statement by the company. The social media platform had been showing ads for
Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will be sworn in on Wednesday by Justice Sonia Sotomayor, a ceremony in which the first woman of color to become vice president will take her oath from the first woman of color to sit on the Supreme