Ever since her beloved owner was hospitalized, this dog walks to the hospital every day and sits outside, waiting to see him 😢 https://t.co/0erjUUH45w
JUST IN: Washington Post reports that Michael Flynn's brother, Gen. Charles Flynn, was on the Pentagon call with Capitol Police that resisted their emergency pleas for calling in the National Guard during the Capitol attack. The Army previously denied that Flynn was on the call. https://t.co/qyMFFhT4YM
On his first day in office, President Biden retracted a decision by the Trump administration to withdraw from the World Health Organization. Dr. Anthony Fauci will lead the U.S. delegation. https://t.co/MkWy6kHUgL
A historic day for America ended with stunning fireworks in Washington, DC 🎇 🎆. Following his inauguration as 46th President of the United States, Joe Biden and his family watched the display from the Blue Room balcony above the White House South Lawn. (📸: Patrick T Fallon/AFP/Jim Watson via Getty Images.)
The front page of The New York Times for Jan. 21, 2021.
The culmination of Joe Biden's journey to the Oval Office was seen far beyond Washington, DC, on Thursday, with images of his inauguration splashed across the front pages of newspapers around the world. Papers in most countries marked the dawn of the Biden era with pictures of the new US President taking the oath of office, and some front pages also reflected on the end of the tumultuous Trump era. Here's a selection of front pages from various parts of the world 📰 (📸: Twitter)
Joe Biden's inauguration gave the world many sources of joy yesterday, but perhaps one of the best was Bernie Sanders' outfit choice. A photo of the former presidential hopeful set social media ablaze with memes about his thick coat and mittens - made from repurposed sweaters and recycled plastic. The look was labelled by some as "Vermont dadcore". One tweet read: "Bernie dressed like the inauguration is on his to do list today but ain’t his whole day." The Senator's mittens have become an unexpected must-have fashion accessory, and the teacher who made and gifted them to Sanders has been inundated with requests from people trying to buy them. Asked about his outfit, Sanders told CBS News in an interview after the ceremony: “In Vermont, we dress warm – we know something about the cold. We’re not so concerned about good fashion. We want to keep warm. And that’s what I did today.” How would you caption Bernie's look? Follow guardian_us for more