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Dark Day • U.S. Capitol Police officers after morning roll call on Capitol Hill on January 6, a year after a mob of Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol Building in hopes of interrupting the certification of the election of Joe Biden as President. The police union has said that 140 officers were injured in the riot.
RIP Sidney Poitier
Multiple Fronts • COVID-19 at home while building ties with the UAE and guarding against Iran
All You Need Is LOVE • What I learned about creativity from working with the Beatles
Q&A: Daniel Lamarre
‘The World Is On the Brink’ • EXCLUSIVE PRINCE CHARLES offers HIS PLAN for a HEALTHIER PLANET
THE SECOND COMING OF NUCLEAR POWER • As the demand for energy rises, MINIATURIZED nuclear power plants could be a climate-friendly new source. Critics aren’t so sure
Trips Worth the Wait
Family, Faith and Football • A new movie tells the story of NFL Hall of Famer Kurt Warner’s against-the-odds rise to stardom