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- Supreme Clears Way For January 6th Committee To Get Trump DocumentsThe Supreme Court has rejected former President Trump’s request to block the release of his White House records to the January 6th select committee. Committee member Rep. Zoe Lofgren joins to discuss how quickly the committee will receive the documents and the future of the investigation.
President Biden held a news conference today marking his first year in office. The President addressed strides his administration has made on vaccination efforts, but admitted parts of his agenda remain hind...Show moreered in Congress.Jan 19, 2022
- Jan 6 Panel Subpoenas Eric Trump’s Phone RecordsThe January 6th committee is closing in on President Trump, subpoenaing his former lawyers and obtaining the phone records from one of his sons, Eric Trump. The phone records include logs which show incoming and outgoing calls, including the date, time, and length of the calls.
Troubling new details have emerged about the effect school closures are having on children. New research links school closures to kids experiencing both mental and physical health problems such as anxiety, depression,...Show more lower physical activity, and school disengagement.Jan 18, 2022
- Biden Pushes Voting Rights LegislationPresident Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris advocated for the passage of voting rights legislation on Martin Luther King Jr. Day ahead of an expected Senate vote on the legislation. The voting rights legislation is expected to fail in the Senate if a vote occurs this week. Without enough Senate votes to move the legislation forward, what are White House officials saying about what will come next?Jan 17, 2022
- Biden Agenda Stalls, Covid Rages, Russia Raises AlarmWith almost one year in office, President Biden is trying to shift the conversation to infrastructure as he faces dangerous challenges on many fronts. The Omicron surge is continuing to spread across the nation as the CDC updates its guidelines on mask policies. According to the Pentagon, "very credible" intelligence suggests Russia has operatives in Ukraine planning to legitimize an invasion.Jan 14, 2022
- Supreme Court Blocks Biden's Vaccine MandateThe Supreme Court has delivered a devastating blow to the Biden administration's vaccine mandate after blocking nationwide mandatory vaccines for big businesses. Moving forward, Biden said it will be up to states and individual employers to determine safety requirements. The Justice Department has charged the Oath Keepers founders with seditious conspiracy for trying to carry out the Capitol insurrection. The question is who is in the Justice Department's sights now?Jan 13, 2022
- January 6th Panel Wants Answers From McCarthy About Trump ContactsThe January 6th select committee is asking to speak with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy. Rep. McCarthy spoke to Trump on the day of the insurrection. Will the man who once claimed he had nothing to hide cooperate fully? Any moment Australia could decide whether Novak Djokovic will be allowed to stay in the country and compete in the Australian Open. Earlier today, Djokovic admitted he did not immediately isolate after testing positive for Covid-19 last month.Jan 12, 2022
- Biden Pushes To Change Senate Rules To Pass Voting Rights BillsPresident Biden is calling out Republicans and throwing his full support behind changing the rules of Washington to protect voting rights. But, will his speech today actually push his agenda forward? Students in Chicago are just hours from returning to class after a week-long standoff. The agreement reached is completely different from testing guidelines in other major cities. United States Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy joins to discuss why.Jan 11, 2022
- 340,000 Chicago Students Caught In Standoff Over Covid MeasuresThe city of Chicago and the city’s teachers union are in a standoff tonight about whether to allow 340,000 kids to return to in-classroom learning. The CEO of Chicago’s public schools joins to discuss the latest. United States diplomats are just days away from high-stakes meetings with Kremlin officials after President Biden gave Putin an ultimatum to not invade Ukraine. Is that a path toward escalation or diplomacy?Jan 10, 2022
- Fight Intensifies Over Keeping Kids In Schools As Covid RagesChicago’s mayor and a top union are in a stalemate leaving 340,000 kids out of school today. Now, the White House is getting involved as one of the nation’s top children’s hospital releases what it says are provocative new guidelines on getting kids back to class. Sidney Poitier has died at the age of 94. He was the first black man to win the Oscar for best actor in 1964. Off the screen, Poitier also embodied grace and decency.Jan 7, 2022
- Ex-Aide: Trump Did Not Want To Tweet “Stay Peaceful” On Jan 6One year after the deadly insurrection, President Biden addresses the nation, placing the blame squarely on Trump. Plus, a former Trump White House official said Trump initially refused to tweet the words "stay peaceful" as the attack was escalating. The legacy of the riot continues still today as many Republicans are seizing Trump’s big lie in order to win their elections and change voting laws.Jan 6, 2022