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For many Alzheimer’s patients, the pandemic has sparked a ramped up decline.

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At least nine lawsuits have been filed including at least 35 attorneys since the helicopter crash that killed NBA legend Kobe Bryant and eight others.

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Final figures aren't yet in, but preliminary numbers show 2020 is on track to become the deadliest year in U.S. history, with more than 3.2 million total deaths.

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A check back through history shows that inaugural balls on the evening of Inauguration Day, and the fashion displayed at them, have been familiar and beloved customs dating back to the administration of George Washington.

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A drug developed by Eli Lilly and Company dramatically reduced the risk of developing symptomatic COVID-19 among nursing home residents, the company found.

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Jen Psaki, President Joe Biden's White House press secretary, says the goal is "sharing accurate information with the American people."

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Bernie Sanders' mittens, colorful coats - these were the biggest viral moments from #InaugurationDay

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Amazon is offering its help to President Biden with rollout of the COVID vaccine, while seeking to get its employees inoculated "at the earliest appropriate time."

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President Joe Biden has promised a mask mandate on flights, trains and buses for months, and he plans to make it a reality on Thursday.

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President Joe Biden's early burst of executive action will continue Thursday as he signs 10 orders and other directives aimed at jump-starting the administration's national strategy to defeat the COVID-19 pandemic.

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COVID-19 long-haulers say their ongoing symptoms – lingering anywhere from six to 10 months after becoming stricken with the disease – have made it difficult to resume their careers.

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On today's #frontpage:
–President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris took their oaths
on the U.S. Capitol steps Wednesday.
–Biden in his inauguration speech: 'We must end this uncivil war that pits red against blue.'

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Childcare-related absences soared 250% above the 20-year average. Roughly 67,000 people a month said childcare problems made them miss work.

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"On a very difficult day, they weren't going to receive anything," José Andrés said. "So we activated World Central Kitchen that day to precisely cover those needs and since then we've done thousands of meals every day, as you see."

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As Garth Brooks exited, he shook hands with President Biden, as well as Vice President Kamala Harris and former Vice President Mike Pence. He exuberantly shared hugs and shook hands with former Presidents Barack Obama, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush.

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Now that he's out of office, former President Donald Trump faces a daunting challenge: rehabilitating his tarnished brand.

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Curt Schilling nearly made the cut in 2020, finishing with 70% (20 votes shy) but he is running out of time.

Many voters have invoked the Hall of Fame's "character clause" to keep Schilling from getting the required 75% vote share required for induction.

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With coronavirus restrictions forcing bars and eateries to seat customers outside during the winter, many are scrambling to get erratic supplies of propane that fuel space heaters they’re relying on more than ever to keep people comfortable in the cold.

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"And as much offense as the Nets can generate, their defense needs to tighten up," writes @JeffZillgitt. "Cleveland ranks last in offensive efficiency and had 87 points through three quarters. Will the Nets be able to stop anyone when it matters?"

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