House Republicans, divided and angry, meet to decide fate of Liz Cheney and Marjorie Taylor Greene

The GOP’s future will depend on how its voters view Trump. His approval ratings are up after falling to record lows following the riots at the Capitol.

‘You just want to … have a chance.’ Ex-offenders struggle to find jobs amid pandemic

Ex-offenders, who typically struggle to find work, are finding it even more difficult as COVID-19 sparks downturn that has left millions unemployed.

Confront military’s white supremacy and nationalism head-on, or it will get worse: Veteran

I’m one of millions of veterans who have watched this catastrophe in horror, as a fraction of cowards in our ranks act on a violent, racist ideology.

LAPD vows ‘immediate’ arrests for vaccine protesters at Dodger Stadium; National Park Service to require masks. Latest COVID-19 updates.

Vaccine sites in the Northeast are starting to reopen up after a winter storm walloped the region. U.S. death toll nears 450K. Latest COVID-19 news.

BLM influencers: 10 Black Lives Matter activists on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and Twitter you should follow

John Legend, Ibram X. Kendi, Rachel Cargle, Ijeoma Oluo and top social media influencers who are leading the national conversation on racial justice.

House Republicans meet, New England snow, Golden Globe nominations: 5 things to know Wednesday

House Republicans meet to decide the fate of Liz Cheney and Marjorie Taylor Greene, the Golden Globe nominations and more news to start your Wednesday.

Daniel Kaluuya says Black stories are ‘more vital than ever’ at Celebration of Black Cinema

The Critics Choice Association’s Celebration of Black Cinema helped kicked off Black History Month Tuesday, honoring Zendaya and more.

A bad omen for 2021? There were 297 wildfires in California in January, nearly tripling five-year average.

California reported 297 wildfires in January, far exceeding the five-year average of 108 for the year’s first month, according to Cal Fire.

Sundance awards: Crowd favorite ‘CODA’ and Questlove’s ‘Summer of Soul’ take top honors

“CODA,” about the musical child of deaf parents, and Questlove’s “Summer of Soul” documentary win big at Sundance Film Festival.

Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick lies in honor at Capitol; Biden pays respects

Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick, who died of injuries in the Jan. 6 riot, will lie in honor at the Capitol Rotunda through Wednesday.