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    Manchin voices opposition to Senate rules change for voting rights as Biden held press conference

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  • Schumer plans vote on Senate rules change for voting rights

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  • Senate to debate voting rights bills despite dispute among Democrats, GOP opposition

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  • Martin Luther King’s family, activists push for voting rights legislation

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  • Activists to march in Washington, D.C., in support of voting rights

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  • Rep. Kevin McCarthy refuses to cooperate with Jan. 6 investigation

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  • McConnell: Biden's voting reform speech was 'profoundly unpresidential'

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  • Biden calls to end filibuster to pass voting rights legislation

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  • Biden condemns lies of ‘defeated former President’ Trump in Jan. 6 address

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  • Pelosi honors heroes who defended Capitol before moment of silence

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  • Lack of Republican support during Jan. 6 events shows Congress remains divided over riot

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  • Pelosi leads House in moment of silence on anniversary of January 6

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  • DeSantis says Jan. 6 is 'Christmas' for Democrats

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  • Capitol police on high alert one year after Jan. 6 riot

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  • McConnell: 'Beyond distasteful' for Democrats to link voting rights and January 6

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  • Capitol Police chief testifies on 'significant improvements' made since January 6

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  • Capitol rioter Jenna Ryan speaks out before federal prison sentence

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  • Fox News' Sean Hannity's text messages revealed, Capitol police prep for Jan. 6 anniversary

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  • Freshman members of Congress reflect on January 6th insurrection

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  • A look back at the politics of 2021 – and a glimpse at what’s in store next year

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Schumer addresses canceled White House meeting on Senate floor

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Senator Chuck Schumer responds to President Trump’s latest tweet, saying Democrats “don’t have any time to waste” and would rather negotiate with GOP leaders “who may actually be interested in reaching a bipartisan agreement.”