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MARIA ALEJANDRA CARDONA FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES
Harrowing Condo Collapse Near Miami Prompts Frantic Search for Survivors
One person was confirmed dead and 99 were unaccounted for after a condo building suddenly collapsed in the middle of the night.
MARIA ALEJANDRA CARDONA FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES
Scenes From the Tragic Condo Collapse
Ninety-nine people were still unaccounted for after a residential building collapsed in the beachfront community.
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A Riot of Color
When Euro 2020 organizers blocked a Pride display at a soccer stadium in Munich, arenas in other cities silently rallied to the cause.
CLARK HODGIN FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES
Why Police Have Been Quitting in Droves in the Last Year
Asheville, N.C., has been among the hardest hit by police departures in the wake of last year’s George Floyd protests. About a third of the force quit or retired.
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Louisiana, lagging in vaccinations, gambles on a lottery.
States and cities are continuing to resort to cash prizes and scholarships to try to overcome vaccine hesitancy.
Derek Chauvin to Be Sentenced Today for Murder of George Floyd
Mr. Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer, may choose to speak at his hearing. He could face decades in prison.
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On Infrastructure, Biden Tests the Limits of Having It Both Ways
The president has long pitched himself as both solidly progressive and committed to bipartisanship. His deal with Republicans, coupled with assurances to liberals, attempts to marry the two.
They Seemed Like Democratic Activists. They Were Secretly Conservative Spies.
Operatives infiltrated progressive groups across the West to try to manipulate politics and reshape the national electoral map. They targeted moderate Republicans, too — anyone seen as threats to hard-line conservatives.
An Iowa County Chooses to Be Named for a Black Professor, Not a Slaveowner
Johnson County selected Lulu Merle Johnson, a Black educator and historian, as its official eponym, replacing Richard Mentor Johnson, the ninth U.S. vice president.
Pence, Diverging From Trump, Says He Was ‘Proud’ to Certify Election
In a speech, former Vice President Mike Pence went the furthest he has gone yet in distancing himself from Donald Trump and the Capitol riot. But he still praised the former president and his agenda.
‘I’m at a loss for words’: Loved ones in search of survivors reach out on social media.
The friends and family members of those missing in the Surfside building collapse appealed for help online.
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Biden Promotes Vaccinations in North Carolina
At an event for vaccine canvassers in Raleigh, President Biden urged Americans to get vaccinated to be protected from the coronavirus and its Delta variant.
Scenes From the Tragic Condo Collapse
Ninety-nine people were still unaccounted for after a residential building collapsed in the beachfront community.
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