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13h26 27  février
Three percenters’ truck at Capitol belongs to husband of congresswoman who said, Hitler got one thing right’
By Kim Bellware
Illinois Democrats are calling for the state lawmaker to be investigated over his actions ahead of the U.S. Capitol riot.
A boy stood in the snow, screaming for help. He had just shot his brother.
By Marisa Iati
Jere’e Clark was driving by when she stopped to help the desperate 10-year-old. Several other people had kept driving, prosecutors said.
Black History Month 2021
By Washington Post Staff
This Black History Month, as history struggles to keep up with current events, we can remember how we got here as we keep our eyes on the future.
California’s intensified fires are increasing the threat to Highway 1, severed yet again
By Scott Wilson
Highway One at Big Sur has been severed again, this time the result of the new threat posed by fire
She cried on TV after her husband’s killing. Now she’s charged with covering for the shooter.
By Marisa Iati
Jennifer Faith is accused of helping her romantic partner conceal that he had fatally shot her husband, an information-technology director for American Airlines.
15h00 26  février
FDA panel recommends authorization of Johnson & Johnson single-shot vaccine
By Paulina Villegas, Lateshia Beachum and Erin Cunningham
If cleared, the shot would be the United States’ third vaccine against the pathogen, but the only one that provides protection with a single dose.
Biden administration preparing another tent facility to cope with border influx
By Nick Miroff
U.S. Customs and Border Protection will operate the soft-sided facility in Del Rio, Tex.
Texas vaccination site turned away undocumented immigrants over their status, against state policy
By Andrea Salcedo
The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley has apologized after at least 14 people were wrongly denied vaccines over their immigration status.
Some Democrats want to fire the Senate parliamentarian who scuttled 15 minimum-wage plans. It’s been done once before.
By Katie Shepherd
After Elizabeth MacDonough dashed the majority party’s hopes for a 15 minimum wage, some Democrats called for the Senate’s referee to be fired.
An Asian American family was being harassed. Neighbors now stand guard each night at their home.
By Sydney Page
The neighbors keep watching, and I am very grateful, said Haijun Si, whose home has been targeted by teens who shout racial slurs, hurl rocks and pound on their door.
Trump called McConnell a hack.’ But McConnell says he would absolutely’ back him if he wins 2024 nomination.
By Jaclyn Peiser
The Senate minority leader said in a Fox News interview that he would support the former president, despite slamming him for his incitement of the Capitol riot.
14h05 25  février
Texas is in desperate need of plumbers. Two brothers-in-law drove more than 20 hours straight to help.
By Lateshia Beachum
After a snowstorm ravaged the South, a family of plumbers was heartbroken to see so many people have water issues. They packed up a truck with supplies and traveled from New Jersey to help.
Pamela Smith named chief of U.S. Park Police
By Tom Jackman
Smith, a 23-year veteran of the Park Police, says she will implement body cameras in an agency currently not using them.
DHS announces 77 million in grant funding to combat domestic terrorism and extremism
By Nick Miroff
The security agency founded after the 9 11 attacks is pivoting to face threats from domestic groups and white supremacists.