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The former president faces a charge of “incitement of insurrection” for his role in instigating the deadly mob attack at the Capitol. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi plans to send the article of impeachment to the Senate on Monday.
A House lawsuit to enforce a subpoena, stalled since March, awaits a decision by new Treasury officials on whether to drop objections to a release.
Retired four-star Army general Lloyd  Austin also faces the tasks of restoring alliances, making hard budget choices and dealing with questions about possible internal threats.
A researcher analyzes Danish coronavirus samples for the U.K. variant. (AFP/Getty Images)
The variant is spreading at an alarming rate and isn’t responding to established ways of slowing the pandemic, Danish scientists say.
Johnson is the first world leader to say the variant “may be associated with a higher degree of mortality.”
The updated guidance comes as the United States and other countries seek to ramp up vaccination efforts.
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The Capitol Police are investigating the incident, a spokeswoman said.
If they get rid of the filibuster, Democrats could pass everything with 50 votes given Vice President Harris will break ties. But if Republicans vote in unison, Democrats could afford precisely zero defections.
People visit an exhibition about China’s fight against the coronavirus at a convention center previously used as a makeshift hospital in Wuhan. (AFP/Getty Images)
Relatives who lost loved ones early in the pandemic say they cannot move on without answers from authorities who failed to warn the public in a timely way.
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Federal law enforcement agents across the country detailed on Friday the weapons they say rioters wielded against police during the Jan. 6 storming of the U.S. Capitol, arguing for some men to be jailed until trial while arresting others for the first time.
Texas realtor Jenna Ryan began raising funds after publicly seeking but not getting a presidential pardon. 
“All of us were so ready for something like this,” said Shanthi Chandrasekar, an organizer of the public art, called a kolam.
Keli MacIntosh intended to speak before the Grand Traverse County Board of Commissioners this week with a straightforward demand.
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The increase was due in large part to non-union workers losing jobs at a higher rate than unionized ones. But growing attention on the plight of workers in recent years has raised hopes among organizers that unions are on the verge of an upswing. 
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Forums that spread QAnon claims and support Donald Trump have fractured or gone offline entirely, raising questions about their long-term viability.
The sizable sums foreshadow the political blitz that Silicon Valley is likely to mount in the face of fresh promises from President Biden and his new Democratic control in Congress that they plan to rein in the tech industry.
Google and Facebook have been in a long-running fight with Australian lawmakers and media companies over whether they should pay news organizations for showing their stories in search results. A Google executive threatened to pull out of the country.
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