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    Former White House counsel Pat Cipollone subpoenaed by House Jan. 6 committee

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  • Jan. 6 committee subpoenas former Trump counsel Pat Cipollone

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  • Could Cassidy Hutchinson’s testimony to Jan. 6 committee lead to a DOJ criminal investigation?

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  • Fmr. White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson’s Jan. 6 testimony unveiled ‘very serious concerns’

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  • Highlights from Jan. 6 committee hearing with Cassidy Hutchinson

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  • Cassidy Hutchinson remembers Mark Meadows saying: ’Things might get real, real bad on Jan. 6’

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  • Hutchinson: Trump reportedly had physical altercation with Secret Service in attempt to go to Capitol on Jan. 6

    05:08
  • Former Senate Sergeant-at-Arms Michael Stenger found dead in his home

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  • Jan. 6 committee to present ‘recently obtained evidence’ in last-minute public hearing

    04:23
  • McConnell on overturning Roe v. Wade: 'Sometimes the precedent is outdated or wrong'

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  • Lawmakers react to Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade

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  • Sen. Collins: Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade an 'ill-considered action'

    01:55
  • House votes to pass bipartisan gun legislation

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  • Pelosi criticizes 'hypocrisy' of Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade

    03:13
  • Trump-appointed DOJ officials detail pressure campaign to overturn 2020 election

    07:28
  • Senate passes historic gun bill with overwhelming bipartisan support

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  • Highlights from Jan. 6 committee hearing on pressure against Justice Department

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  • Jan. 6 committee plays testimony on which Republican lawmakers requested pardons

    04:22
  • 'Leave the rest to me': Trump asked former DOJ official to call 2020 election corrupt

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  • Kinzinger discusses pressure put on Justice Department to contest 2020 election results

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Rep. King: Food won't come out of the mouth of babes

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Iowa Rep. Steve King debates possible cuts to the food stamp program, saying that costs have soared, and reduced spending won't end up with needy people being taken off the program, and food won't come out of the mouths of babes.