Capitol Police are monitoring information about possible extremist protests surrounding "what some have described as the 'true Inauguration Day.'"
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Social media behemoth had been under pressure to rescind post-election moratorium.
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Less than 20% of the world's population "now lives in a Free country," a new report on global democracy said.
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Biden approved phasing out direct payments entirely for individuals making above $80,000 a year and married couples earning more than $160,000.
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Maj. Gen. William Walker said he could have had about 150 troops at the Capitol within 20 minutes and that they "could have made a difference."
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Eric Trump tweeted a listing for the home, which the family is trying to sell through a limited liability company for more than twice its 2018 value.
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Design Foundry said it was coincidence that the stage resembled the Odal rune, which was used by the Nazi SS.
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Ronny Jackson, now a congressman, was the top White House physician to Presidents Obama and Trump between 2012 and 2018.
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He delivered his words in their first bilateral meeting a day earlier and that his American counterpart was open to exploring his proposals on a temporary worker program and helping Mexico obtain more vaccine.He said he didn’t come away with a deal for the US to help Mexico obtain more COVID-19 vaccine.There were questions ahead of the meeting about how the two leaders would get along.It is noteworthy that Obrador had a surprisingly warm relationship with former President Donald Trump that revolved almost exclusively around Mexico’s efforts to stop migrants from reaching the US border.But, on Tuesday, he said there was a lot of laughter in the one hour and 15-minute conversation with Biden that covered nearly all of the main issues in the bilateral relationship.Obrador also said, “There were not any differences, I’m telling you categorically, not a single one”.Obrador said he proposed the US analyze how many workers its economy requires and then design a plan for temporary worker visas that would allow Mexicans and Central Americans to migrate legally for work.
Last week, the US Supreme Court rejected Trump's effort to keep his tax returns hidden from the Manhattan District Attorney.
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Biden announced that two major pharmaceutical companies will work together to "expand the production" of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
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A US general says that he believes Iran "expected to destroy a number of US aircraft and to kill a number of US service members."
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A Fox News spokesperson told Insider that former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany will serve as an on-air commentator.
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New polling from Morning Consult shows Ted Cruz's job approval fell more after traveling to Mexico than when he objected to the election results.
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Ok, so you have 2.7 million developers.... one for every phone you might sell in 2025? Huawei's sales and shipments may be shrinking like a snowball in the Sahara, but armed with App Gallery platform stats, it is trying to put on a brave public showing.…
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The small but boisterous slice of Twitter that's preoccupied with politics imagines @jack, the author of our collective Twitter being, as all-powerful. He's not.
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YouTube said it suspended former Mayor Rudy Giuliani of New York City for breaking its rules on election integrity and for promoting nicotine.
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President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump quietly received the Covid-19 vaccine at the White House in January, several outlets reported Monday. A Trump adviser shared the information with Axios, The New York Times and CNN. It’s unclear which of the two vaccines approved at the time they received.Other political leaders have publicised their own vaccinations as a way to encourage all Americans to sign up for the shot when their turn comes. Mass vaccination is the only thing that will get the country out of the coronavirus pandemic, Dr Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said Monday. Trump’s approach contrasts, in particular, with those of President Joe Biden and other living former presidents who allowed their shots to be broadcast, saying they wanted to promote trust in the process.The news broke a day after Trump said at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference that “everybody” should get the coronavirus vaccine ― an idea he’s skirted around in the past.Republicans tend to be more sceptical of the vaccine, according to Civiqs polling, making encouragement from Trump and other right-wing public figures important in the effort to vaccinate the country. Only 33% of unvaccinated Republicans said they planned to get a vaccine when it became available to them, compared to 70% of unvaccinated Democrats.Many of Trump’s fans, including those at far-right media outlets such as Newsmax, support baseless conspiracy theories about the vaccine, including the false claim that it’s a system for mind control. On Fox News, host Tucker Carlson proclaimed the mere idea of a mandatory vaccination program to be “a legitimate crisis,” even though the Biden administration is not calling for one. Related...5 Outrageous Moments From Donald Trump's First Speech Since Leaving The White HouseIt's Been One Year Since Trump Boasted 15 Covid Cases Would Soon Be 'Close To Zero'Turns Out Paul McCartney Does A Really Convincing Impression Of Trump
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Members of the far-right group dressed "incognito," carried tactical radios, and split up on January 6, in order to avoid detection, new court documents say.
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The results of his first environment executive orders are coming in.
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