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Keystone XL pipeline sections sit on a train near Glendive, Mont.

Nate Hegyi/Yellowstone Public Radio

Pipeliners Local 798, which represents thousands of workers on projects across the country, has a history of racism and faces new allegations it discriminated against Black members.

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Alex Brandon/AP

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, who will be sworn in as president and vice president on Wednesday, called on Americans to unite through their mourning of lost loved ones.

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Jae C. Hong/AP

Maine says it received vaccines with "the thermometer on the outside of the boxes ... [showing] that at some point the required minimum temperature had been exceeded."

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Ozaukee County Sheriff/AP

Steven Brandenburg, the Wisconsin pharmacist who admitted to removing some 570 doses of the Moderna vaccine from cold storage last month, has been charged with attempted criminal damage to property.

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Evan Vucci/AP

"Sharing grief brings people together," says historian Micki McElya. The ceremony in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday was the most prominent memorial so far to the victims of COVID-19.

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Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images

The outgoing president vowed to continue the movement he launched among fervent supporters of his "Make America Great Again" agenda.

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J. Scott Applewhite/AP

No, Washington, D.C., is not Baghdad, despite now having a Green Zone of its own. But the events of Jan. 6 make the comparison more apt than any of us would wish.

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Chaideer Mahyuddin/AFP via Getty

Research suggests the vaccine prevents disease only 50% of the time. But it could still have a big impact. And many countries are betting on it.

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