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    Jan. 6 committee prepares for Wednesday's public hearing into Capitol riot

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    02:20
  • Biden aides quietly laying groundwork for possible 2024 campaign

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  • White House responds to arrival of migrant buses outside VP Harris’ residence

    02:20
  • Biden discusses future of electric vehicles at Detroit auto show

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  • Republicans plan to question Gen. Milley if they gain control of the House

    02:23
  • Senate passage of same-sex marriage bill may hinge on Wisconsin's senators

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  • Ex-Twitter exec provides explosive testimony over security concerns

    01:41
  • House Oversight panel asks National Archives to determine if Trump still has White House documents

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  • Sen. Graham proposes bill to ban abortion after 15 weeks nationwide

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  • Twitter whistleblower accuses leadership of 'misleading the public' at Senate hearing

    02:54
  • Vice President Harris speaks on Mar-a-Lago investigation

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  • Biden releases statement on death of Queen Elizabeth II

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  • White House responds as news breaks of Queen Elizabeth's passing

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  • Obamas return to the White House for official portrait unveiling

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New York attorney general announces lawsuit against Trump over alleged business fraud

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New York Attorney General Letitia James announced a lawsuit against former President Trump, his children and the Trump Organization after an investigation alleges they inflated the values of properties in seeking bank loans. Her office is seeking $250 million in penalties for over 200 instances of fraud over 10 years.