The group dances in a marching circle, called the AKA International Stroll.  Members of different chapters of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority gather in front of the Massachusetts State House to celebrate Vice President-elect Kamala Harris (Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff)
‘Excellence Is in Our DNA’: Alpha Kappa Alpha Celebrates Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris

We talked to Alpha Kappa Alpha members on what their fellow sorority sister's inauguration means to them.

US President-elect Joe Biden delivers remarks on the public health and economic crises at The Queen theater in Wilmington, Delaware on January 14, 2021. - President-elect Joe (Photo by JIM WATSON/AFP via Getty Images)
‘We Have to Act’: Biden Announces $1.9 Trillion Relief Package

President-elect outlines how he wants to get the American economy back on track with direct aid to individuals and small businesses, funding for vaccinations, and a large investment in infrastructure.

Inside the hot zone medical staff monitor and treat sick patients infected with the Covid-19 virus at the UMASS Memorial DCU Center Field Hospital in Worcester, Massachusetts on January 13, 2021. - The field hospital currently has fifty non critical patients infected with the Covid-19 virus.  The center was set up to relieve hospitals during the surge and allow for non critical patents to free up beds at the main hospital locations.  Patients come from around the state to stay at the field hospital. (Photo by JOSEPH PREZIOSO/AFP via Getty Images)
US Sets Another Grim Record for Most COVID-19 Deaths in One Day

Nearly 4,200 people died from COVID-19 on Tuesday, as a massive spike in infections continues to fill hospitals in the country.

Black woman working at grocery store; Black and Latina women hit hard by job loss
Data from December’s Job Losses Show Black and Latina Women Were Impacted the Most

Women of color, for whom economic recovery is a more difficult task, continue to be hit hardest by the pandemic’s economic downturn.

A Gadsden Flag flag left by Pro-Trump terrorists who entered the U.S. Capitol building is seen after mass demonstrations in the nations capital during a joint session Congress to ratify President-elect Joe Biden on January 06, 2021 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Oliver Contreras/For The Washington Post via Getty Images)
Some Companies Say They Won’t Donate to Republicans Supporting Terrorism. Others Inexplicably Cut Off All Donations.

And that isn't the only money troubles Republicans are facing. If they financed the terrorists who attacked Capitol Hill, they could become un-bankable.

Trump supporters near the  U.S Capitol, on January 06, 2021 in Washington, DC. The protesters stormed the historic building, breaking windows and clashing with police. Trump supporters had gathered in the nation's capital today to protest the ratification of President-elect Joe Biden's Electoral College victory over President Trump in the 2020 election.  (Photo by Shay Horse/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Experts Call For ‘Swift’ Legal Action To Deter Further Violence Around Inauguration Day

Without consequences, members of the National Task Force of Election Crises say things will get worse in the coming days.

Only 21 of the 1.9 million people who have received a shot in the first weeks of vaccination experienced severe allergic reactions, and 20 of them fully recovered. “The known and potential benefits outweigh the known and potential risks,” said Nancy Messonnier, a CDC director. (Getty Images / Westend61; Graphic by Rebecca Russ/COURIER)
CDC: Severe Allergic Reaction to COVID-19 Vaccines Is Rare and Shot’s Benefits Outweigh Risks

Only 21 of the 1.9 million people who got a shot during the initial COVID-19 vaccine rollout experienced severe allergic reactions. The benefits outweigh the risks, CDC experts say.