• Political aides who ran Trump’s Washington frustrated at ‘tarnished’ legacy

    Political aides who ran Trump’s Washington frustrated at ‘tarnished’ legacy0

    “I’m ashamed of the man,” said one former official. “Not the work we did.” January 20, 2021, 7:29 PM • 6 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article For four years, Republican staffers and agency chiefs worked for President Donald Trump to keep the federal government humming and, in many cases, dismantle Obama-era

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  • Digital Black-owned bank aims to tackle economic injustice

    Digital Black-owned bank aims to tackle economic injustice0

    Part of the conversation about the recent racial reckoning in the United States amid the Black Lives Matter movement surrounds economic injustice. Inequity in home ownership between white and Black Americans, a scarcity of banking options available in Black and brown communities, and the difficulty Black entrepreneurs face securing loans to fund small businesses —

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  • Secret Service in the business of protection, not politics: ANALYSIS

    Secret Service in the business of protection, not politics: ANALYSIS0

    Problems with politics in the Secret Service have never been documented. January 2, 2021, 10:19 PM • 5 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article A recent article in the Washington Post reports that recent changes to the Presidential Protective Division of the Secret Service were driven by the incoming Biden administration’s perception

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  • Long lines for COVID-19 vaccines build in Florida, Tennessee, Puerto Rico

    Long lines for COVID-19 vaccines build in Florida, Tennessee, Puerto Rico0

    Americans line up for shots as the uneven vaccine rollout in the U.S. continues. December 31, 2020, 9:14 PM • 5 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article As the United States’ uneven vaccine rollout continues, lines for vaccination have begun to form in places such as Tennessee, Florida and Puerto Rico. In

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  • Hot spots to watch: What crises could explode in 2021

    Hot spots to watch: What crises could explode in 20210

    The world was on lockdown for most of 2020. But from the Caucasus to the Horn of Africa to the Himalayas, several conflicts, some frozen for decades, erupted in violence. With the coronavirus pandemic and the ensuing economic crisis, tensions that have simmered are threatening to flare up further in 2021, especially as humanitarian need

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  • America’s unprecedented and explosive year in politics

    America’s unprecedented and explosive year in politics0

    As 2020 ends, so does one of the most explosive and unprecedented years in American politics. The nation witnessed its leaders clashing amid a presidential impeachment, a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic and an election delayed by extended vote counts and legal battles. It was a year of firsts: The first time a president sought reelection after being

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