The saga of the wild red fox — celebrated as a mascot, then hunted as an aggressive attacker, then killed and found to be rabid — grew darker after her kits were euthanized as well.
Author: Chris Cameron
Homeland Security Watchdog Omitted Damaging Findings From Reports
The findings were removed from inspector general investigations of domestic violence and sexual misconduct committed by officers in the department’s law enforcement agencies.
The Capitol Fox, Euthanized After Attacks, Tests Positive for Rabies
The tale of a wild fox on Capitol Hill had captivated those who live and work there. Then a congressman and several others were bitten, the fox was captured and she turned out to be rabid.
Fox Captured on Capitol Grounds After Reports of Attacks
Animal control officers descended on Capitol Hill after reports of lawmakers, staff members and reporters being attacked by a wild fox believed to have been nesting on the Capitol grounds.
White House Lifts Mask Mandate Ahead of State of the Union
The move takes effect Tuesday, in time for President Biden’s State of the Union address.
Marchers Honor King and Call on Senate to Pass Voting Rights Legislation
The holiday came a day before the Senate returns to debate what is expected to be a doomed effort to pass the legislation. But advocates say they aren’t giving up.
These Are the People Who Died in Connection With the Capitol Riot
Though there is disagreement over the death toll, a bipartisan Senate report found that at least seven people lost their lives in connection with the attack.
Biden Administration Rejects Medicaid Work Requirements in Georgia
The decision continued the administration’s rollback of the Trump-era policy, targeting the only remaining state with federal approval for the requirements.
As U.S. Navigates Crisis in Haiti, a Bloody History Looms Large
American policy decisions are vital to understanding Haiti’s political instability, and why it remains the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere.
Voting Rights Groups Sue Ohio Over Redistricting Map
“Ohio may be the canary in the coal mine from what we can expect from a partisan-dominated map-drawing process,” an official with the A.C.L.U. said.