New York Times : US
13h20 25  février
Chief of Cherokee Nation Asks Jeep to Stop Using Tribe’s Name
Jenny Gross
The carmaker that owns Jeep defended its use of the Native American tribe’s name on its S.U.V. and said it was committed to a respectful and open dialogue.
Nursing Home Deaths Plummet
David Leonhardt
And what else you need to know today.
For Travel, a Sustainable Comeback?
Elaine Glusac
From a newly certified Whale Heritage Site to scenic byways for electric cars, five new initiatives suggest the travel industry may be envisioning a more responsible future.
Full CPAC 2021 Guide: Trump, Cruz, Pompeo and More
Elaina Plott
Even more than usual, the Conservative Political Action Conference this year will be a barometer for the Republican Party, newly out of power in Washington and trying to chart a way back.
Covid-19 Deaths and Cases Rapidly Decline in Nursing Homes
Matthew Conlen, Sarah Mervosh and Danielle Ivory
New cases among residents of nursing homes have dropped more than 80 percent since vaccines became available, and deaths have decreased by more than 65 percent.
More Adult Americans Are Identifying as L.G.B.T., Gallup Poll Finds
Christina Morales
A survey found that 5.6 percent of adults described themselves as L.G.B.T. in 2020, up from 4.5 percent in 2017.
How Negro History Week Became Black History Month and Why It Matters Now
Veronica Chambers and Jamiel Law
Black History Month has been celebrated in the United States for close to 100 years but what is it exactly and how did it begin?
Biden Revokes Trump’s Pause on Green Cards
Michael D. Shear
Since taking office, President Biden has issued several executive orders and directives aimed at lifting restrictions on immigrants put in place over the past four years.
Black History Continued
The New York Times
This series explores pivotal moments and transformative figures in Black culture.
Candidate Biden Called Saudi Arabia a Pariah.’ He Now Has to Deal With It.
David E. Sanger
In a coming call with King Salman, the president plans to warn him that the United States will soon make public intelligence about the Saudi crown prince’s role in the killing of Jamal Khashoggi.