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    Secret Service episodes on Jan. 6 show complicated mix of duty and political allegiance

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  • Jan. 6 Committee's highlighting of witness intimidation adds to pressure on Garland

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  • Trump sought to wield violence by loyalists, January 6 hearing testimony shows

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  • Sixth hearing adds new dimension to Mark Meadows' role in January 6th insurrection 

    06:29
  • Fmr. Pence aide: Cassidy Hutchinson’s testimony shows her 'courage'

    06:56
  • Rep. Schiff: Difficult for DOJ to avoid investigating Trump

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  • Why Mary Trump isn't shocked by damning January 6th testimony

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  • Trump embraced armed rally attendees; sought to join them in march: Jan. 6 hearing witness

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  • 'Unhinged' Trump exposed! Shock testimony on agents grabbed, warning for 'every crime imaginable'

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  • Indictment? Trump linked to armed violence by star WH witness

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  • Rosenberg: Jan. 6 hearing testimony paints Trump as 'indecent, vile and uncivil man'

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  • West has to be clear about red lines in Ukraine, says analyst

    06:45
  • Cipollone said on Jan. 6: 'We're going to get charged with every crime imaginable' if Trump goes to Capitol

    01:43
  • An argument for fixed terms and expanding the court

    06:14
  • How Democrats can bring Republican women to their side

    07:42
  • House member says Dems need to be seen more as fighters

    08:49
  • Battle over reproductive rights could impact Georgia AG race

    06:43
  • The 'Republican Road to Hell' chronicled in new book

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  • Jaime Harrison: Dems have to be relentless in protecting democracy

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  • Former aide to Mark Meadows set to testify at January 6 hearing

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'Partisan BS': Wisconsin holds in-person voting during COVID-19 pandemic

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Voters in Wisconsin lined up at polling places on Tuesday, forced to choose between staying home to avoid coronavirus or risking their health by casting their ballot. The state’s Democratic governor had tried to delay the election until June, but his order was overturned by the conservative Wisconsin Supreme Court. Voters who had applied for absentee ballots but didn’t receive them by Tuesday had to go to the polls. In a 5-4 party line decision, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned a lower court ruling that would have extended the deadline for absentee voting.