Headlines Edition

Tuesday Headlines: Signs of the times.

The Biden administration will allow families separated at the border under Trump to reunite and settle in the US. / POLITICO

Reporters Without Borders accuses Crown Prince Mohammed of crimes against humanity in connection with the murder of Jamal Khashoggi and the prosecution of other journalists. / The Hill

A third person has accused Gov. Cuomo of sexual harassment, and New York's attorney general will investigate the allegations. / The New York Times, NBC News

Sending Johnson & Johnson's Covid vaccine to hard-to-reach communities makes sense because it's easier to store and use—but could be perceived as part of a race- or class-based vaccine system. / The Washington Post

According to a new study, high staff turnover at US nursing homes during the pandemic likely contributed to high death tolls. / The New York Times

"Tokyo has requested Beijing to stop taking anal swab tests for Covid-19 on Japanese citizens as the procedure causes psychological pain." / Al Arabiya

People who use American Sign Language have needed to change their gestures for videoconferencing, where screens reduce the signing space. / Scientific American

Five medical treatments you shouldn't postpone because of the pandemic. / NPR

A new malaria vaccine has properties similar to the RNA-based vaccine for Covid, useful because of the way malaria infections inhibit the body's T-cells. / The Academic Times

In the first legislative battle of the Biden era, here are Democrats' options for raising the minimum wage. / Wake Up to Politics

How a case that will likely go before the Supreme Court might end affirmative action. / Vox

"These books portray people in ways that are hurtful and wrong." Six Dr. Seuss will stop being published. / Associated Press

"Finally the Jamaican state has been held to account for its complicity in the violence and discrimination I have faced for being gay." / The Guardian

Power outages like the one last month in Texas are becoming more common across the country. / The Economist

"The lounge set—which I ended up wearing for way more than two weeks—was also my last purely indulgent purchase before, well, you remember." On pandemic anniversary presents. / The Week