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www.nytimes.com - 13 minutes ago
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www.cbsnews.com - 18 minutes ago
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Pence chief of staff says Meadows was "telling different audiences all sorts of stories"

www.cbsnews.com - 22 minutes ago
"I believe the president was very poorly served by the team he had around him," Marc Short, former chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence, said.
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Biden announced a $600 billion global infrastructure program to counter China's clout

www.npr.org - 24 minutes ago
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Reaction to SCOTUS abortion ruling reveals stark political divisions: poll

nypost.com - 25 minutes ago
A new poll reveals about 77% of Democrats called the striking down of Roe v. Wade a "step backward" and 64% of Republicans see it as a "step forward.''
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Proud Boys Ignored Orders Given at Pre-Jan. 6 Meeting

www.nytimes.com - 48 minutes ago
The directives, given during a video conference, included obeying police lines and keeping away from ordinary protesters. But members of the far-right group played aggressive roles in several breaches at the Capitol.
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