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The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

CNN's chief Washington correspondent, Jake Tapper, hosts this hourlong weekday afternoon program, which mixes Tapper's interests with headlines from around the country and the world, headlines that span politics, money, sports and popular culture. "The Lead" also concentrates on bringing stories that aren't found on front pages -- buried leads -- to the forefront.

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One-on-one with Dr. Anthony Fauci; Investigators looking at communications between U.S. lawmakers & Capitol rioters; Senate opens debate on Covid bill, after VP Harris breaks tie; Small businesses have mixed feelings about TX lifting mask order; Biden turns to infrastructure as stimulus bill hits Senate;

Fauci: ?Inexplicable? for states to lift restrictions; TX Gov defends decision to lift mask mandate: still suggesting masks, just not requiring them; Dr. Fauci: Texas decision to end restrictions is ?ill advised?; CDC Dir: People should wear masks even if state doesn?t mandate it; Study: A person with UK variant can infect 43% to 90% more people; Dr. Fauci: ?You don?t want to pull back just now?; Poll: 28% of Republicans say they will ?definitely not? get vaccine; Security on high alert today after potential threats to Capitol; Politico: GOP committee will support Republicans who voted for impeachment, despite Trump threats; Rep Meijer proposes alternative Covid relief plan, including $2,400 relief checks for some Americans; Now: Senate clerks reading entire 600+ page Covid relief bill at GOP?s Sen?s demand, could take 10+ hrs; Sen. Johnson demands entire relief bill be read to stall vote; Gov. Cuomo accuser tells CBS she believes he was propositioning her for sex; Texas businesses fear viral video-esque backlash if they require masks; Some businesses confused and worried as TX lifts mask order; Sources: Diplomatic official loses role over racist and offensive comments about Biden, Harris; State Dept. Official removed from Afghanistan role after saying Trump?s election loss was the ?death of America?; Ohio man dies of Covid days before getting vaccine; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-03-04
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FBI: Extremists plotting possible attack on Capitol tomorrow over Qanon conspiracy theory; CDC says next month or two is ?pivotal,? warns it?s too soon for states to end restrictions; CNN exclusive: internal documents reveal packed facilities, more unaccompanied kids crossing border

DC National Guard chief says it took more than three hours to approve request to send troops to Capitol on Jan. 6th; McCaul agrees Secy of Army needs to testify to explain why National Guard wasn?t deployed sooner; Biden admin hits Russia after intel shows FSB responsible for poisoning Putin critic; Biden: ?neanderthal thinking? by states to stop mask mandates; CDC: people should still wear masks even if states lift mandates; Pence uses big lie to argue against voting rights bill; GOP bill would limit weekend voting & mail-in ballots in GA; White House: Biden yet to select new name for budget director after pulling Tanden nomination; NY Gov. Cuomo apologizes for his behavior, but denies he touched women inappropriately; San Diego icon, civil rights activist dies of Covid To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-03-04
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FBI Director calls Capitol attack ?domestic terrorism?; Mississippi and Texas to lift mask mandates, fully reopen in defiance of dire CDC warnings ?we aren?t out of the woods yet?; Biden gives update on Covid vaccine effort; Inside look as Chicago schools reopen after nearly a year; NYT: Third woman accuses Gov. Cuomo of unwanted advances;

FBI Director rejects GOP conspiracy theories, says no proof antifa or fake Trump supporters involved in Capitol attack; Wray: Report warning of Jan 6th violence was sent to law enforcement agencies in 3 different ways; Biden: Merck will help J&J manufacture one-shot vaccine; Biden: We?re now on track to have enough vaccine for every adult by the end of May; Biden: Prioritizing efforts to vaccinate K-12 educators by the end of March; Schools plan reopenings across U.S. still far from Biden?s goal of full return; Source: NY State lawmakers moving to repeal Cuomo?s expanded executive Covid powers; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-03-02
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Third life-saving vaccine on its way to Americans as CDC director gives stark warning about cases & deaths; Trump hints at 2024 presidential run after his 2020 loss; Second Gov. Cuomo accuser: he ?has refused to acknowledge or take responsibility? for his actions; DHS secy: Trump admin gutted the U.S. immigration system;

U.S. begins distribution of Johnson & Johnson vaccine; First trucks carrying J&J vaccine arriving at UPS shipping facility this afternoon; CA lawmakers agree on plan to get kids back into classrooms; CDC director ?deeply concerned? promising trajectory of pandemic could shift; CDC director: ?we are not out of the woods yet?; WH: distribution of J&J vaccine ?should be even? across communities; Donald Trump?s niece on the ex-president & his influence; Mary Trump says she thinks Donald Trump will at least ?pretend? to run for president again; Trump vows revenge on republicans who voted to impeach; Mary Trump: GOP refused to take ?off ramp? on Trump; Mary Trump: Donald Trump is the republican party; Trump tax returns in hands of Manhattan district attorney; NY attorney general to appoint independent investigator into sexual harassment claims against Gov. Cuomo; NY Attorney general: finings from Gov Cuomo probe will be released in public report; Gov. Cuomo hires high-powered attorney for nursing home scandal; NY mayor: the governor issued a ?total non-apology?; NY mayor: the governor treated sexual harassment as some kind of laughing matter; NY Mayor: ?I cringed? when I heard the allegations; Second Gov,. Cuomo accuser ?understood? he wanted to sleep with her and ?felt horribly uncomfortable and scared?; NYC mayor: I don?t see how anyone can function as a governor; DHS secy calls situation at border a ?challenge?, not ?crisis?; Biden admin: immigrants from central America ?need to wait? before trying to come to U.S.; DHS secy: families separated at border could b reunited in U.S.; WH: to personally help negotiate $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill with senate; Biden admin defends decision to not punish Saudi crown prince for Khashoggi murder despite U.S. intel report; Trump faces five separate investigations in NY, GA & DC; Right now: Trump?s taxes in the hands of New York prosecutor; Prosecutors in Georgia open criminal probe into Trump?s attempt to influence election; Georgia GOP secretary of State investigates Trump?s attempts to overturn election; DC prosecutor launches investigation into Trump?s role in January 6 capitol attack; Former French president sentenced in corruption case; Rising opera star loses battle with COVID-19 at age 38; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-03-02
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U.S. announces sanctions for Saudis involved in Khashoggi murder, except Crown Prince; Senate ruling: $15 minimum wage can?t be included in bill; WH faces backlash from Dems after Biden ordered Syria strikes without Congressional approval; CPAC?s conservative stars continue to idolize Trump; Supreme Court considers case of Army reserve vet who says military ?burn pit? in Iraq made him sick;

U.S. Intel Report: Saudi Crown Prince approved operation to kill journalist Jamal Khashoggi; U.S. Intel Report: Saudi crown price viewed Khashoggi as a threat and supported using violence to silence him;  U.S. publicly asserts Saudi Crown Prince ordered Khashoggi murder, but imposes no penalties to him; Tonight: House votes on Biden?s $1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill; Senate ruling on minimum wage hike provokes progressive anger; Several GOP lawmakers claim they can?t attend votes due to ?public health emergency;? They?re scheduled to be at CPAC; Soon: FDA cmte to vote on Johnson & Johnson vaccine, could be in arms as soon as next week if approved; U.S. carries out air strikes in Syria targeting Iranian backed militias; First military action of Biden presidency; Soon: Biden to speak as Texas recovers from power & water crisis; Biden visits emergency crews & volunteers in Texas after winter storm left millions without power, water; Trump plans to resurrect false claims in CPAC speech; GOP Presidential hopefuls overshadowed by Trump; McConnell would ?absolutely? support Trump as 2024 nominee; CPAC spotlight on cancel culture, religious freedom, the big lie, and downplaying insurrection; Comedian Jon Stewart: U.S. has endless funds to wage war, but no funds for the consequences; Remembering 65-year-old Richard Garrett; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-02-26
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Lawmakers frustrated by lack of answers from top officials responsible for protecting Capitol; Trump planning political comeback, mulling presidential run; Biden marks 50M vaccines administered since he took office; New highly-contagious variants found in New York and California; New push to unseat CA Gov. Gavin Newsom;

One year ago, Trump team said Covid & terrorism wouldn?t hit U.S.; Capitol Police Chief says emergency protocols weren?t followed, officers overwhelmed; Law enforcement officials continue to blame lack of intelligence for failing to prepare; New fractures emerge in GOP over Trump?s political future; Source: Trump?s CPAC speech will be his resurgence into politics; GOP Rep Greene attacks Dem colleague?s transgender child; Researchers: New variant in New York City & Northeast carries mutations that could evade immune response; 6.6% of U.S. population now fully vaccinated; Covid cases, hospitalizations & deaths all trending down; Does one small town have the recipe for returning to class?; Ohio school safely reopens with mask wearing, teacher vaccinations and just 3-foot social distancing; Superintendent to schools reluctant to reopen: Call me; NYC kids back in person today, OH starts Monday, CA still has no timeline; Tomorrow: House to vote on Biden?s $1.9T stimulus plan; Unclear if Covid bill will include $15 minimum wage; WH fighting for budget nominee Tanden but confirmation hangs by a thread; Trump?s tax returns turned over by NY District Attorney; Cuomo?s Fmr Secretary denies cover-up in nursing home deaths despite top Cuomo aide admitting data delay; NY Governor Cuomo denies sexual harassment allegations made by former aide; Recall effort: 1.8M unverified signatures collected to unseat Gov. after year of shutdowns, schools not open; Remembering 70-year-old Bertha Pretlow Brown; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-02-25
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U.S. closer to first single-dose vaccine after Johnson & Johnson version clears major FDA hurdle; Dem divide on Biden OMB nominee, push for $15 minimum wage; Sheriff: Woods? survival from crash ?nothing short of a miracle?; First interview with Biden?s Veterans Affairs Secretary

Promising signs in pandemic: vaccine progress, cases and hospitalizations down, deaths slow in new estimate; WH: 3-4 million doses of J&J vaccine to go out next week if FDA grants emergency use; Moderna testing vaccine boosters to combat South Africa variant; WH: J&J?s production problems were ?disappointing,? drug maker to now deliver 100m doses by summer; FDA: Johnson & Johnson vaccine is 85% effective against severe illness, meets requirements for emergency use; WH says it is ?fighting? for Neera Tanden?s OMB nomination; Key hearings on OMB nominee Neera Tanden unexpectedly postponed, signaling White House may pull nomination;  Rep. McCarthy refuses to say if Trump should be probed by 9/11-style commission; GOP rep slams GOP Sen for pushing Capitol attack conspiracy theory; Trump ally investigations continue with Don Jr. deposed, Bannon financial records subpoenaed; Woods ?aware, responsive & recovering? after extensive emergency surgery on right leg; Microwave attack victim: ?I rather would?ve been shot?; CIA director Burns: extraordinarily high priority to get to the bottom of attacks; Biden?s V.A. Secy admits the department ?faces great challenges? To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-02-25
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Sheriff: Tiger Woods in car crash, removed by ?jaws of life?; Ex-Capitol Police Chief: ?Criminals came prepared for war?; Officials say they didn?t see intelligence warning of attack; Biden?s nominees face tough questions in Senate hearings; Trump one year ago today: We have Covid-19 ?very much under control in this country?;

Tiger Woods injured after car flipped in single-car crash; Golf Digest: Tiger Woods suffered multiple leg injuries, in surgery following accident; Sheriff: Tiger Woods? vehicle crossed onto wrong side of road before crash; White House: States to now get 14.5M vaccine doses per week; Vaccine makers pledge to deliver 240 million doses by end of March, even more by summer; Johnson & Johnson vows to deliver 4M vaccine doses as soon as FDA grants emergency authorization; Drug makers consider vaccine boosters to help combat highly-contagious variants; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-02-23
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U.S. passes 500,000 COVID-19 deaths; Biden?s AG pick Merrick Garland testifying on Capitol Hill; Supreme Court allows release of Trump tac returns to NY prosecutors;

Garland: I will be a lawyer for the people, not the president; Garland chokes up as he speaks of immigrant family and his desire to pay back the U.S. by serving as Atty General; Garland: will pursue ?ring leaders? involved in Capitol attack; Garland: have not discussed Hunter Biden case with president; Garland: I don?t see why Durham should not continue in role investigating origins of Trump-Russia probe; Sources: NY prosecutor expected to have access to Trump tax records within next few days; Trump responds to Supreme Court ruling: court ?never should have let this fishing expedition happen?; Trump?s tax records won?t be released publicly for now, subject to grand jury secrecy rules; Dr. Fauci: U.S. to make up for severe weather delays in vaccine distribution by mid-week; 75M vaccines distributed, less than 6% of U.S. vaccinated; CDC study: educators play key role in COVID-19 transmission at schools; CDC: educators among COVID cases in eight of nine clusters in Atlanta study; Biden?s COVID relief proposal and pick for budget director face uphill battles; Video capture plane engine on fire, debris falling; Boeing recommends grounding some 777 planes after engine failure; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-02-23
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Biden visits Pfizer manufacturing site amid vaccine delays; Biden: ?I believe we?ll be approaching normalcy by the end of this year? but I can?t make that commitment to you?; Power grid operator urges Texans to conserve energy despite end to electricity emergency; Israel study: Covid infections plummeted 85% after first dose of Pfizer vaccine, Canada researchers find 90% drop; Thorny political issues hang over Garland?s confirmation hearing;

WH: Backlog of 6 million vaccine doses due to weather; Biden defends Covid aid plan, says ?I?m open? to GOP?s suggestions on cutting costs responsibly; 5% of U.S. population fully vaccinated; Experts estimate 70-85% needed for herd immunity; Officials: Have to work ?double time? to make up for vaccine delays; Biden says teachers should be a vaccine priority; CDC says it?s not a requirement for reopening schools; Texas hit by water, food shortages after days without power; Abilene, TX fire Chief: Elderly couple reluctant to leave their freezing home later found dead; Frozen fire hydrants slowed crews battling apartment fire; Sewage seeped into Texas city after water treatment plant knocked offline; Texas governor calls on execs of power grid operator to resign; About half of Texas? population under boil water advisory; Biden?s pushes to unravel Trump foreign agenda; Biden WH willing to sit down for nuclear talks with Iran; U.S. rejoins Paris climate deal after exiting under Trump; Biden to world leaders: U.S. will ?earn back? leadership position; Dem Senator Manchin to oppose Biden pick for budget office; Sen. Graham heads to Florida to meet with Trump this weekend; Sen. Graham heads to Mar A Lago to play peacemaker, as McConnell-Trump feud rages within GOP; Sen. Thune defends Republicans who voted to convict Trump; CDC Dir: Schools can open despite community spread if masks, social distancing, other protections are in place; Manhattan D.A. investigating possible fraud claims by former Pres. Trump; GOP Sens demand Garland commit to investigating Gov. Cuomo; Garland?s opening statement to focus on independent Justice Department; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-02-19
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Millions of Texans still without the basics: Heat, water, power; Texas Sen. Ted Cruz jets to Cancun as Texans struggle to survive; Biden White House unveils sweeping immigration bill; CDC: U.S. life expectancy dropped a full year in first half of 2020; U.S. accuses China of genocide of Uyghur Muslims;

At least 42 deaths amid winter freeze expected to continue for days; Winter storms cripple fragile vaccine distribution; 400K without power, 13.5M facing water issues in Texas; Mayor: 40,000 without power in Houston, down from 1.3 million; CDC: Life expectancy for black Americans dropped a staggering 2.7 years in first half of 2020; Fauci: Could take until end of summer for all Americans to be vaccinated; CDC to invest $200 million in Covid genome sequencing; Pfizer gives first doses in vaccine trial for pregnant women; Dems & WH push most far-reaching immigration proposal in decades; Immigration reform bill faces uphill path in House, Senate; WH: Immigration is ?an absolute priority? for Biden; FBI and U.S. U.S. Attorney?s Office launch preliminary inquiry into Cuomo Admin?s handing of nursing home Covid deaths; 20 New York lawmakers demand Gov. Cuomo?s EMMY Award be vacated over handling of Covid nursing home deaths; Traumatized women describe rape and beatings at Chinese internment camps; Uyghur detention camp survivor to Chinese govt?: I am not afraid anymore, ?they already killed my soul?; First photos from Rover that just landed on Mars; NASA lands a rover on Mars for the first time in nine years; Sailor who immigrated from Philippines among U.S. Covid victims; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-02-18
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Shifting messages from Biden admin on teacher vaccinations & reopening schools; More than 3m customers still without power in freezing Texas; Trump slams McConnell as a ?dour, sullen, & unsmiling political hack? despite voting for acquittal; WH wants vaccines for teachers, but leaves it up to the states

Biden pushes back timeline, says vaccines widely available for public by end of July; Biden admin: early shipments of Johnson & Johnson?s single dose vaccine will be smaller than expected; Warren & Schumer push back on Biden after he shoots down cancelling $50k in student loan debts; Trump slams McConnell as a ?dour, sullen, & unsmiling political hack? despite voting for acquittal; CDC: variants could lead to ?rapid rise? in Covid-19 cases despite recent drop; Former Biden advisers want White House to recommend wide use of N95 masks; More than 3m customers still without power in freezing Texas; Operator: working around the clock to avoid catastrophic blackout; Texas officials turn storm failures into political blame game; States warn severe weather causing vaccine distribution delays; NY Gov. Cuomo?s office denies he threatened fellow Democrat over nursing home controversy; CNN analysis: Covid cases in kids align more with state virus rates than school status; Lousville mourns beloved local football coach lost to Covid-19 To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-02-17
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Biden leaving shortly for CNN Town Hall amid economic, Covid crises; Trump team: Giuliani is no longer representing Trump; 5M+ without power, most in Texas where temps are below freezing; Lawmaker sues Trump for conspiracy to incite Capitol riot; U.S. has given 55M+ vaccine doses, averaging 1.7M per day; Murder, vandalism, assaults on the rise against Asian-Americans;

Bipartisan group of govs asks Biden to improve vaccine rollout; WH weekly vaccine supply increasing to 13.5 million doses; Fauci: It will take until end of summer or early fall to vaccinate vast majority of Americans; CDC says schools should reopen, but new guidance advises most schools to stay closed right now; GOP Sen Johnson downplays Capitol attack: ?This didn?t seem like an armed insurrection to me?; Toomey could face censure for voting to convict Trump; New Covid-19 cases sink to lowest level since October; Fauci: Don?t get complacent as new Covid cases decrease; White House: Biden would support 9/11- style commission to investigate Capitol riot; CDC: Overdose deaths hit 12-month record during pandemic; Dem Rep. Dean and son write book about his struggles with drug abuse and recovery; Nasty winter weather snarls Covid vaccinations nationwide; Several cold temps, snow forced Ford to close F-150 plant, slow FedEx deliveries nationwide; Calls for carbon monoxide poisoning across Texas, more than 90 incidents in Houston alone; Houston Police: Woman and child died of carbon monoxide poisoning after car left running in garage to create heat; Public schools in Dallas and Houston cancel classes, officials warn of ?dire? conditions without power; Anti-Asian hate crime reports surge across U.S. during pandemic; San Francisco Police: Suspect arrested after elderly Asian man assaulted ?due to perceived race?; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-02-16
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New cases, hospitalizations declining sharply in the U.S.; Pelosi announces 9/11-type investigation into deadly riot; Trump faces mounting legal trouble dispute impeachment acquittal; Cuomo denies he covered up COVID deaths in nursing homes;

CDC says schools should reopen, but new guidance advises most schools to stay closed right now; CNN: 89% of U.S. kids live in ?red zones? where CDC advises in-person classrooms can stay closed; CDC director: guidance for school reopening developed from the science and conversations with teachers; CDC director: not all schools can take the recommended steps to reopen right now; Researchers identify seven new virus strains in the U.S.; Newly released videos show extreme levels of coordination by groups who invaded U.S. capitol; CNN examines more than 800 pieces of evidence used by house managers to build case against Trump; DOJ has charged 215+ people in connection with deadly riot; Sen. Burr faces censure for voting to convict Trump; Cassidy already censured by Louisiana GOP for vote; Cassidy defends vote to convict trump: GOP is ?more than just one person?; GOP grapples with Trump?s role after second impeachment trial; Trump faces mounting legal trouble dispute impeachment acquittal; Second trump acquittal sparks new constitutional questions; Role of impeachment under scrutiny after Trump avoids conviction; With impeachment over, Biden puts focus on passing COVID relief package; Dems seek to raise min wage to $15, expand child tax credit, send $1,400 dollar checks for COVID relief;   Calls for impeachment, prosecution & stripping power from NY Gov. after cover-up allegations over nursing home deaths; Top Cuomo aide admitted delaying sharing data on nursing home deaths in New York State; Nearly 170M Americans under winter weather advisories; Kentucky Gov. warns winter storms will causer vaccine delays; Arctic blast plunges parts of U.S. to record low temperatures; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-02-15
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House impeachment managers present case to convict Trump

Impeachment managers finish presenting case, Trump lawyers next; Impeachment managers wrap case after citing Trump?s words, tweets, lack of remorse, danger he still presents To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-02-11
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House impeachment managers present case to convict Trump

House impeachment managers present case to convict Trump To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-02-11
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Senate leaders lay out rules of Trump?s 2nd impeachment trial; CDC director: cases going down, but ?keep your guard up?; WH: Biden will not spend much time, if any, watching trial; Biden promised his family would not have any conflict of interest with his presidency;

Schumer, McConnell reach deal on Trump impeachment trail rules; Schumer: each side will get 16 hours over two days to present their arguments in Trump?s trial; Schumer: house managers requested senate hold votes on witnesses if needed; Trump legal team argues trial is unconstitutional, accuses democrats of pursuing ?political theater?; Schumer: GOP searching for way to ?oppose the conviction of Donald Trump without passing judgement on his conduct?; More transmissible U.K. variant spreading rapidly through U.S.; Fauci: U.K. variant should be most dominant strain in U.S. by end of March; South Africa pauses AstraZeneca vaccine rollout after study shows it gives less protection against variant; WH urges vigilance as COVID deaths increase 2.4%, and new infections & hospitalizations drop; CDC to release guidance on reopening schools this week; Schools plan reopenings as districts await CDC guidance; CDC: 2,000+ children have contracted rare condition linked to COVID; WH: Biden focused on passing COVID relief ?as quickly as possible?; Stimulus negotiations reveal sharp divide in democratic party; Sanders fights to keep $15 minimum wage in COVID relief deal as Biden casts doubt it will survive; Dems to unveil $3,000 child tax credit as part of relief bill; WH: intel professionals will decide if Trump can have briefings; Democratic divide threatens to derail COVID deal while GOP debates path forward after impeachment; Dems try to balance impeachment trial with stimulus talks; Cheney: ?we should not be embracing the former president?; Hunter Biden promotes upcoming book release within weeks of his father?s inauguration; 29-yuear-old aerospace engineer among U.S. COVID victims; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-02-09
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Vaccine doses given outnumbered new cases 10-to-1 this week in the U.S.; Biden: I don?t ?have the conscience? to agree to smaller bill; GOP plots a path forward after votes expose fractures in party;

Johnson & Johnson asks FDA for emergency use authorization of CVOVID-19 vaccine; CDC to give guidance on schools in coming week; CDC director says schools should re-open, WH says those remarks made in ?personal capacity?; New study: convalescent plasma treatment, touted by Trump admin, may have fueled COVID mutation; Biden administration considering sending masks to all Americans; Biden: ?can can?t do too much? but we can do too little?; WH ?not going to sit here and wait? for GOP on COVID bill; Top Obama economist warns Biden COVID relief plan is to big; U.S. economy adds only 49K jobs in January, amid sluggish recovery; Republicans forced to define party post-Trump; Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green on Trump: ?the party is his?; 11 house republicans vote to punish Greene for pushing conspiracy theories; 61 voted to rebuke Cheney over impeachment; GOP Sen. Sasse faces censure in Nebraska for opposing Trump; Sen. Sasse: ?politics isn?t about the weird worship of one dude?; GOP factions battle for the future of the party; Biden?s national security council meets in situation room; Top members of Biden?s national security council meet about Iran after regime?s recent uptick in nuclear activity; Fight over killer methane gas hearts up between Biden & TX gov.; TX governor threatens flood of lawsuits over Biden admin?s plan to change energy laws; TX governor vows to protect state?s oil & gas industry from ?hostile attack? from, Biden admin; Beloved NC high school employee dies from COVID; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-02-05
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Dems ask Trump to testify under oath at impeachment trial; Soon: House vote over Rep. Greene?s committee assignments;Awaiting house vote over Rep Greene?s committee assignments; Rep. Greene on conspiracy comments: These were in the past, do not represent me; Rep. Greene attempts to rewrite history, doesn?t apologize for spreading conspiracy theories about 9/11, school shootings; Kevin Mccarthy pretends not to know what Qanon is despite denouncing conspiracy theory in August; Fmr Trump Adviser:

Dems ask Trump to testify under oath at impeachment trial; Soon: House vote over Rep. Greene?s committee assignments;Awaiting house vote over Rep Greene?s committee assignments; Rep. Greene on conspiracy comments: These were in the past, do not represent me; Rep. Greene attempts to rewrite history, doesn?t apologize for spreading conspiracy theories about 9/11, school shootings; Kevin Mccarthy pretends not to know what Qanon is despite denouncing conspiracy theory in August; Fmr Trump Adviser: Trump will not testify in Impeachment trial; House impeachment managers request Trump testify under oath about his conduct on January 6;Tension between school districts and teachers grows over kids returning to in-person learning ;CDC: Increasing data suggests UK variant may be deadlier ;450,000+ Americans have died from covid-19 ;Pace of vaccinations slowly increasing, now at 1.3M shots per day ;Atlanta public schools mulling possible mandatory summer school for covid-19 ?Learning Loss? ;Chicago Teachers? Union & schools reach agreement on testing, but no deal to open; President Biden delivers first foreign policy address ;Biden Admin announces major foreign policy moves including freezing troop withdrawals from Germany ;Biden reverses multiple Trump foreign policy moves; Biden: ?Ending all support? for Saudi-Led campaign in Yemen; Voting Tech Company files 2.7B lawsuit against Fox, Trump Allies ;Analysis: More than 100 Bills aim to restrict voting in 28 states ;GA Dem Lawmaker: New voting bills are ?knee-jerk reaction? to GOP losing races ;Georgia GOP tries to limit mail-in-voting with bills that could require two copies of photo ID, Ban on Ballot Boxes ;Georgia Republican: Voters should ?put forth a little bit of effort? to cast ballot ;Arizona GOP pushes bill that would allow legislature to override election results Voting Rights Group: Laws to restrict ballot access mostly target minority voters Any Moment: House vote on removing GOP Rep from committees Beloved school worker in New York among Covid-19 victims To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-02-05
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Now: House GOP meeting, may decide fate of Reps. Cheney & Greene; 100,000+ Americans have already died from Covid-19 in 2021; TSA: 493k passengers passed through U.S. airports Tuesday, near six-month low; Biden tells House Dems to ?stick together? in Covid relief push

Study: younger adults are the biggest Covid spreaders in the U.S.; CDC director: teachers don?t need to be vaccinated to safely reopen schools; Study shows Oxford-Astrazeneca vaccine might help stop virus transmission, rather than just preventing illness;  CNN analysis: pilots blame being ?rusty? in at least 26 incidents since start of pandemic; In first interview, Biden vows family won?t have role in admin, after brother touts relationship in firm AD; Biden: ?I think we?ll get some Republicans? to support Dem plan; Biden tells House Dems to ?stick together? in Covid relief push; McCarthy condemns Rep. Greene?s statements but blames Dems for raising the temperature; Once popular GOP Rep. Newhouse at risk of losing reelection in 2022 after voting to impeach Trump; Capitol police officer Brian Sicknick laid to rest at Arlington cemetery;   To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-02-04
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First look at arguments from Trump lawyers, Democrats; GOP faces internal battles over political fates of Cheney, Greene; Dem Impeachment Managers: ?Trump?s responsibility for the events of January 6 is unmistakable; Biden Admin announces direct vaccine shipments to pharmacies; WH: Risk for Covid relief bill is going too small, not too big; Why many black Americans are hesitant to get Covid vaccine; Police in Moscow detain 750+ protesters outside Navalny hearing;

New arguments submitted ahead of trial start next week; Trump team argues he was exercising his first amendment right in questioning election results; Dr. Fauci warns of reinfection risk if new variants become dominant; States, Biden admin racing to expand vaccine access; Study: Single shot may be enough to produce Covid-19 protection for people who already had virus; Growing number of GOP Senators criticize Rep. Greene, call her views ?very disappointing,? ?not good for the party?; McConnell, Graham defend Cheney from attacks by Trump allies; McConnell slams Greene?s ?Loony lies and conspiracy theories?; McConnell finally rebukes Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene: Her views ?are cancer for the Republican party and our country?; Greene responds to McConnell: Real cancer for GOP is ?weak Republicans who only know how to lose gracefully?; Dems moving ahead with COVID relief plan without GOP support; WH trying to ?repair the damage & horrific actions? of Trump Admin with immigration executive orders; Senate confirms Mayorkas as Homeland Security Secy, Buttigieg as Transportation Secy; Alex Navalny in court: Putin is ?little thieving man? & ?Putin is the poisoner?; Hundreds of protesters detained in Russia after Navalny hearing; Remembering 9-year-old J.J. Boatman; died suddenly of Covid; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-02-02
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Soon: Biden, Harris to meet with 10 GOP senators on stimulus; Fauci: Biden admin will keep following two-dose vaccine plan; Trump legal team gets overhaul on cusp of senate trial; White House: Biden hopes to sign new exec. actions on immigration tomorrow;

Moderate Sen. Manchin on Harris pushing relief bill with local WV media: ?that?s not a way of working together?; WH says they are in touch with Sen. Manchin after he slams VP Harris for doing interviews with WV media; Funding for state & local govts a sticking point in stimulus talks; GOP Sen. Ernst: Trump holds ?some responsibility? for Capitol attack, but concerns over trying ex-president; WH: ramping up production of first fully at-home COVID test; NYT: 9 top health officials quit over tensions with Gov. Cuomo, NY health commissioner pushes back; New cases, hospitalizations dropping after deadliest month; Vaccine experts suggest delaying second vaccine doses to give as many first doses as possible to those 65+; CNN: Trump lawyers left him over disagreement on legal strategy; Reality at border as Biden promises changes on immigration; Citizenship for dreamers, reunite separated kids, end wall construction among Biden?s proposals; Biden expected to propose task force to reunite 600+ migrant children with families; Judge temporarily blocks Biden?s attempt to pause deportations; Texas rancher: border wall was ?hostile takeover of my property,? Trump admin was ?fine and dandy? with it; Aung San Suu Kyi detained in Myanmar coup, now under house arrest as Biden considers sanctions; Three brothers served in Afghanistan; Only one survived; Ret. marine Beau Wise shares story on bravery & sacrifice; Wise has two brothers in military who died in Afghanistan; Remembering 57-year-old television writer Marc Wilmore; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-02-01
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First one-dose vaccine shows 85% protection against severe Covid; Fauci: ?We will continue? to see new mutations of Covid; As Republicans attack Rep. Liz Cheney for impeachment vote, no punishment so far for Rep. Greene?s violent posts; Lawmakers on high alert as DHS warns of continued threats of violence; Schools & suicides during the pandemic;

CDC: Nearly 28 million vaccine doses administered in the U.S.; Johnson & Johnson is 66% effective in global trial, 85% effective against severe disease; Health experts worry current vaccines could be less effective at protecting against Covid variants; Fauci: Hope to be vaccinating kids by late spring/early summer; Disturbing bodycam video shows rioters viciously attacking police during insurrection; FBI: Two pipe bombs found near Capitol planted night before insurrection; CNN: Draft agreement calls for military to administer 450,000 or more Covid vaccines per day across the U.S.; National guard administering 51K+ Covid shots a day; Adviser: Biden is ?clear-eyed? when it comes to Russia; China takes aggressive move seen as a ?test? of Biden; VP Harris focuses on WV, AZ to pressure moderate Dems; Critics hit Biden after he signs 40+ executive orders in first 10 days; Biden wants Covid-19 relief to be partisan, but says deal ?has to pass? no ifs, ands, or buts?; GOP Sen. Portman: Pushing through Covid relief without partisan support ?jams Republicans and? poisons the well?; Covid linked to increased mental health ER visits among teens; Nine-year-old was youngest student in NV district to die by suicide; Father?s message who lost son to suicide during Covid: ?Check on them every morning, every night?; Remembering 54-year-old Covid victim Chris Mertz; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-01-29
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President pushing $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill despite stalemate; U.S. economy shrinks in 2020, worst since 1946; Pelosi on security concerns: ?The enemy is within the House of Representatives?; South Carolina detects first U.S. cases of South African variant; NY Attorney General report: NY state undercounted Covid nursing home deaths;

Police Affidavit: Armed man arrested near Capitol Wednesday had ?stop the steal? paperwork with list of lawmakers; GOP leader McCarthy meets with Trump in Florida today; Gaetz rallies against fellow Republican Liz Cheney in her home state; GOP under pressure to react to freshman Rep?s social media posts; Lawmakers ask to use funds to beef up security; Fallout for GOP Rep. who voted to impeach Trump; Fauci says he?s troubled by South African variant, working on vaccine booster to ensure protection; FDA warns new Covid variants are affecting tests; Novavax says UK phase 3 trial shows its coronavirus vaccine has 89% efficacy; Biden Adviser: Cases will soar in 6-14 weeks because of variants; NY Dept of Health responds to Attorney General report; denies claims it undercounted nursing home deaths; Offers to wealthy donors, forged papers, shots for friends: How some are taking advantage of vaccine confusion; Philly student admits to taking vaccine doses from convention center, administering to friends; Florida ?paramedic of the year? accused of forging vaccine papers; WA hospital apologizes for offering vaccine to financial donors; Donald Trump Jr. calls into rally against GOP Rep. Liz Cheney; Pelosi: GOP leaders willing to ?ignore? provocative comments from Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene; GOP Rep on Dem push to expel her: ?They want to take me out because I represent the people?; Pakistan?s top court rules men convicted of kidnapping & murdering journalist Daniel Pearl should be released; Remembering pioneer photographer Corky Lee who died of Covid; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-01-28
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Biden adviser says it will be ?months? before anyone who wants a vaccine can get one; Homeland Security warns of potential violence by election deniers and anti-government extremists; Biden signs executive actions to tackle climate change; Chicago teachers threaten to strike of forced to return to schools without more safety measures

Schumer slams GOP Senators who voted to reject constitutionality of impeachment trial; Source: Kevin McCarthy to meet with Trump tomorrow in Florida; Romney: Republicans need to disavow election lies publicly; Justice Dept has charged at least 150 people in wake of Capitol riot; Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene indicated support for executing Democratic politicians in 2018, 2019; Biden signs executive actions to tackle climate change; Biden claims climate actions will create jobs, stopping Keystone Pipeline will eliminate at least 1,000 jobs; Chicago teachers threaten to strike of forced to return to schools without more safety measures; Teachers unions push for more Covid safety measures before educators return to schools; Ben Franklin portrait, MLK bust, Clinton rug added to Biden?s oval office; Biden family turns extra Trump bedroom in WH residence into a den; Source: White House resident ?has life in it again?; Bidens bring back presidential pets with German Shepherds ?Champ? and ?Major? Biden admin officials: hundreds of WH employees received Covid-19 vaccines To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-01-27
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Biden signs flurry of Executive Orders on racial equality; Senators sworn in for Trump impeachment trial; Biden to announce plans to order 200 million more doses of vaccine; State GOP officials push conspiracies, condemn anti-Trump Republicans;

Senators vote 55-45 against questioning trial?s constitutionality; Five GOP Sens. vote with Dems on impeachment procedural vote; GOP Officials in AZ & OR condemn anti-Trump Republicans; Republican party faces reckoning in post-Trump era; CNN KFile: GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene indicated support for executing prominent Democrats in 2018 and 2019; Source: States will get about 16% more vaccines starting next week; CDC: New study finds very few Covid cases in schools when precautions are in place; Biden to announce plans to order 200 million more doses of vaccine, 100 million each from Pfizer and Moderna; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-01-26
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Biden: I think we can get to 1.5 million doses per day; Trump plotted to install loyalist as acting AG to overturn election; Moderna expects vaccine to protect against highly-contagious variants;

Biden pledges to ?eliminate the vitriol?; President Biden announces plan to strengthen manufacturing in U.S.; Biden: I think we will be able to vaccine 1.5 million people per day; Senate impeachment trial to begin in two weeks; Sources: Trump wanted to replace acting AG with lawyer who would tell GA officials to halt Biden win certification; Ohio GOP Sen. Portman wont seek re-election in 2022; Pro-trump GOP mobilizing against Rep. Cheney for impeachment vote; 17 GOP senators would have to join Dems to convict Trump; Republicans call for Rep. Swalwell to step down form intel committee after being targeted by alleged Chinese spy; Election tech company sues Trump attorney Giuliani for $1.3 billion over spreading conspiracy theories; Dominion lawyer on suing Trump: ?not ruling anybody out?; CDC director: ?I can?t tell you how much vaccine we have?; Surgeon gen. nominee: 100M doses in 100 days is not a ceiling; CDC: 41M vaccines distributed, 21M administered, 0.97% of U.S. population fully vaccinated; U.S. averages more than 3K COVID deaths daily, new cases and hospitalizations rates down; Mayor De Blasio: NYC ?urgently? needs more vaccine supply; AZ GOP censures Flake, Ducey & McCain as party tensions rise; GOP in turmoil as Trump, insurrection & election lies tear party apart; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-01-25
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Biden on the economy: We?re in a national emergency; House will deliver Trump impeachment article to Senate on Monday; Fauci: U.S. ?can & should? vaccinate up to 85% of adults by fall; Health experts advocate for more N95 masks in public over cloth & surgical coverings; First lady Jill Biden thanks Natl Guard troops on duty in DC;

Biden signs two more executive orders aimed at economic relief; Senate confirms Lloyd Austin to be first black Defense Secretary; Biden doesn?t object to McConnell?s request to delay Trump impeachment trial to February; Source: Mora than a dozen GOP leaders, including former Trump officials, pushing for Trump impeachment conviction; Senate leaders haggling over power-sharing deal to govern 50-50 split; CNN: Prospects of convicting Trump erode as GOP opposition to Sen. Impeachment proceedings grows; Sources: More than a dozen GOP leaders, including former Trump officials, pushing for Trump impeachment conviction; Group of Dem Senators file ethics complaint against Hawley, Cruz; CDC: Second doses of vaccine can be scheduled up to six weeks after first dose; CDC: Don?t get flu and Covid shots at the same time; More than one million vaccines administered in U.S. Thursday; Staff in new Biden White House required to wear masks; Biden: Masks have become unfortunate partisan issue, ?but it?s a patriotic act?; Pentagon: 7,000 national guardsmen to remain in DC, more troops than in Afghanistan & Iraq combined; National Guard troops to get Covid test before returning home; Hank Aaron, home run king who passed the babe dies at 86; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-01-22
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President Biden, Vice President Harris now inside White House; Biden signs executive orders on pandemic, climate, race, economy; VP Harris swears in new Senators, including Georgia Democrats

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2021-01-20
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President trump leaves office in disgrace, nation divided; Day one: Biden to sign roughly 12 executive orders; Experts fear the Capitol attack may be just the beginning of a surge of violence from right-wing extremists; US nears grim milestone of 400,000 deaths;

Sources: Trump expected to issue around 100 pardons; Trump planning major send-off as he snubs Biden inauguration; National Guard members in DC vetted amid fears of insider attack; Newly obtained video shows insurrection inside U.S. Capitol; FBI investigating tip that rioter stole laptop from Pelosi?s office, possibly planned to sell it to Russia; Sources; no background checks needed for inaugural guests of members of congress; Insurrectionists say they were following Trump?s call to action;  Biden begins inauguration week as volunteer at Philly food bank for MLK day of service; Biden to roll back Trump-era policies on first day; will rejoin Paris climate accord, reverse travel ban; Biden?s? executive orders on pandemic on day one: extend eviction ban, pause student loan payments, mandate masks; Biden begins inauguration week with no cabinet members in place; Garth Brooks: my performance at Biden inauguration is show of unity; Incoming Biden chief of staff: we are inheriting ?a huge mess?;  Experts: ?social media to extremism is like oxygen for fire?; Experts express concern about growing number of potentially violent extremists; CNN poll: only 19% of republicans think Biden win is legitimate; GA Lt. Gov. demotes republicans who backed Trump?s election lies;  Less than 0.5% if Americans have gotten vaccine; Incoming CDC chief predicts 500,000 U.S. deaths by mid-February; 60% of all confirmed U.S> COVID cases have been since election day; Biden to take office exactly one year after first U.S> COVID case was confirmed;  To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-01-18
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Biden announces five-point plan to speed-up Covid vaccinations; Looming inaugural threats lead to militarized lockdown in DC; DOJ investigating growing number of law enforcement officers who allegedly took part in Capitol riot; U.S. reports deadliest two weeks of pandemic, on pace to reach 400,000 deaths by next week; Trump plans to depart WH morning of inauguration;

Biden urges vaccinating all Americans 65 and older to speed effort; Biden vows better communication with states about vaccine allocation; Biden on Covid: Things will get worse before they get better; Policy changes will take time; Biden: ?You have my word, we will manage the hell out of this operation?; Despite promise from Trump Admin, U.S. has no reserve of second vaccine doses; Biden: People 65 & older, essential workers need vaccines first; Biden: ?Optimistic? about getting funding from Congress to speed-up coronavirus vaccinations; Wash. Post: Rioters came dangerously close to reaching VP Pence; Memo: Capitol police banned tours on day of riot after Democrats raised security concerns; Federal prosecutors: ?Strong evidence? Capitol rioters planned to ?capture & assassinate? lawmakers; Officer describes siege: Rioters yelled ?kill him with his own gun?; Lawmakers demand 9/11-style oversight commission to investigate what happened during Capitol siege; 20,000+ National Guard troops in DC ahead of inauguration; Secret Service designates ?green zone? in DC amid inaugural threats; 14 states activate National Guard, two shut down capitols entirely ahead of planned armed protests; Michigan activates Natl Guard ahead of planned armed protests; Michigan Attorney General warns state?s ?Capitol is not safe?; MA Attorney General: ?Thousands of threats? against state officials; VP Pence called VP-elect Harris to offer aid & congratulations; Pelosi stays mum on impeachment trial details; expected to send Article to Senate next week; Trump leaves office with lowest approval of his presidency; Trump explodes at Nixon comparisons as he prepares to leave office; Fauci: U.S. must get more vaccines in arms; Pressure on teachers as schools weigh in-person classes; Houston teacher: I feel like I must choose between my students or my health; Early studies show low risk of students spreading virus; 18 states yet to administer 100K vaccines as eligibility rules vary nationwide; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-01-15
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Trump impeached again, facing Senate trial with six days left; National Guard troops fortify D.C. ahead of Biden inauguration; U.S. reports 40K Covid deaths in 2021, CDC estimates 90K more deaths in three weeks; Days before inauguration, Biden tries to shift focus from impeachment trial to Covid agenda;

Sources: Trump irritated, in ?self-pity? mode after second impeachment; Senate impeachment trial to begin after inauguration; GOP Source: McConnell telling colleagues he is genuinely undecided about convicting Trump; Senate GOP torn over convicting Trump ?There?s no love lost?; Second impeachment trial threatens to derail Biden?s agenda; Official: Public not allowed on National mall for inauguration; Defense Officials: Natl. Guard, law enforcement expect pipe bombs & Molotov cocktails around inauguration; Feds warn extremists emboldened to carry out more attacks after Capitol siege; After impeachment, some GOP lawmakers and right-wing media continue to stand behind Trump; Less than 5% of House Republicans voted to impeach Trump; Right-wing media hosts slam 10 Republicans who voted to impeach; Trump adviser claims impeachment is ?violence to this country? after five people were killed in Capitol attack; Dem impeachment manager: We could prevent Trump from holding office again; New mass Covid vaccination sites open as states struggle to get more people vaccinated; TX hospital group: Some rural hospitals yet to receive single dose of Covid vaccine; Early trials show safe, effective results of Johnson & Johnson?s one-dose Covid vaccine; California reports lowest level of ICU beds available as Covid hospitalizations surge; France to test one million students, teachers every month to help keep schools open; Highly contagious virus strain forced UK to close schools only hours after leaders vowed to keep them open; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-01-14
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President Trump impeached for second time

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2021-01-14
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Trump warns against impeachment as GOP, Dems agree he needs to be held accountable for inciting riot; DC Atty General looking at charging Trump, others for inciting violence; FBI warns of armed protests in DC, all 50 state capitols; CEO?s respond to insurrection by halting political donations; More than 33,000 Covid deaths in U.S. since start of 2021; Virtual learning & strain on parents, especially mothers;

Trump takes no responsibility for inciting deadly riot despite telling crowd to ?take back our country?; Trump claims speech ahead of attack where he told supporters to ?fight like hell? was ?totally appropriate?; 4,000+ armed pro-Trump extremists plotting to surround Capitol ahead of inauguration, lawmaker briefed says; House Dems express safety concerns about GOP colleagues: ?We don?t know how involved they really were? in attack; U.S. Atty: Looking at significant sedition, conspiracy charges; U.S. Capitol on edge amid new security threats & warnings; Bipartisan vote to impeach President Trump expected tomorrow; Aides expect as many as 10 GOP members to vote for impeachment; U.S. Atty: Possible charges range from trespass to felony murder; U.S. Atty: Expect more serious indictments against some already charged; Corporations cut off Trump enablers; Companies halt donations to GOP members who voted to overturn election results; Chamber of Commerce CEO: Trump?s actions ?completely inexcusable?; WaPo: FBI report of ?war? at Capitol, contradicting claims; NYT: McConnell tells associates he believes Trump committed impeachable offenses; Lawmakers now have to go through metal detectors to enter House floor after Trump-fueled riot at Capitol; Trump Admin changes policy on vaccines, now wants states to vaccinate adults 65+; Trump administration adopts Biden plan to release all available Covid vaccine doses; U.S. Covid vaccine rollout: 27 million doses distributed, 9 million doses administered; Natl Guard administering Covid vaccines in 12 states; Census Bureau: Women 3 times more likely than men to quit jobs due to childcare demands in pandemic; Seattle mother: I can?t make professional commitments during this pandemic; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-01-12
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Trump starts last full week in office facing likely impeachment; Law enforcement braces for potentially more extremist violence in DC and all 50 states before inauguration; Bien: ?I?m not afraid of taking the oath outside?; 100,000+ Americans hospitalized with COVID for 40th day in a row;

House democrats plan to vote Wednesday to impeach Trump; House formally introduces article of impeachment against Trump; Sources: Trump tells allies he isn?t to blame for capitol riots; GOP Sen Blunt: Trump ?touched the hot stove on Wednesday and is unlikely to touch it again?; Sources: WH counsel Cipollone and former AG Bill Barr warn president Trump against pardoning himself; Sources: Republicans considering vote to censure Trump; Trump would be first president to be impeached twice; Law enforcement bracing for more violence in DC, around U.S. ahead of inauguration day; Pelosi: Trump ?has to pay a price? for ?inciting insurrection?; House Dems introducing measures to punish GOP members for their role in capitol attack; DC mayor calls or more security leading up to inauguration; New video shows officer dragged, stomped, beaten with flag pole; Ex-chief of capitol police: Pentagon officials worried about ?optics? of national guard troops at capitol; DHS secretary: secret service to begin inauguration security operation this week; Wash Post: ex-capitol police chief says Pentagon rebuffed his request for help at least five times; FBI says it has received information indicating ?armed protests? planned at all 50 state capitols; Top national guard official on delay in getting troops to capitol riot; Democrat introduces resolution to expel lawmakers who voted to overturn election; Biden gets second dose of COIVD 19 vaccine; CNN: Biden?s COVID vaccine distribution plan still in flux; 100,000+ Americans hospitalized with COVID for 40th day in a row; U.S. averaging 3,000+ deaths per day; Inside L.A. hospital with no ICU beds remaining; L.A. county reports 1,000+ deaths in past four days; As cases & deaths surge, can kids safely go back to school?; Miami official: schools are ?safest place? for kids; NYC & Miami schools have in-person learning; Chicago, L.A. & DC schools remain all virtual; Biden promises getting schools open is a top priority; House Dem blames COVID diagnosis on GOP colleagues; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-01-11
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Biden: ?Good thing? Trump is not attending inauguration, but Pence is welcome; Article of Impeachment accusing Trump of ?incitement of insurrection? could be presented to House Monday; Man seen in viral pic at Pelosi?s desk in FBI custody; WH Task Force warns of possible fast-spreading U.S. Covid variant; One-on-one with Gupta about keeping your brain sharp;

CNN obtains draft of Article of Impeachment against Trump, accuses him of inciting insurrection; Hours after White House statement on murdered Capitol officer, flag at WH remains at full staff; Biden: Trump is an embarrassment, one of the most incompetent presidents ever; Biden: Trump impeachment is up to Congress; Pelosi says she received assurances safeguards are in place if Trump wants to launch a nuclear weapon; WV state legislator, who filmed himself storming Capitol, faces criminal charges; 13 face federal charges from Capitol riot; Prosecutors to open federal murder investigation into officer?s death; U.S. sees deadliest day, reports 4,000+ deaths; L.A. County reports more Covid deaths in one day than all L.A. homicides in 2019; U.S. reports over 4K deaths, shatters records for third consecutive day; Over 21M vaccine doses distributed in U.S. but less than 6K shots have gone into arms; Dr. Gupta receives second dose of Covid-19 vaccine; WH releases statement on possible second Trump impeachment; WH: ?Politically motivated? impeachment will further divide country; Fmr GOP Senator Corker: Trump has lost all legitimacy; Two Dem Senators call on GOP Senators Cruz & Hawley to resign; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-01-08
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Four dead after Trump incites riot at U.S. Capitol; Pelosi: Congress may impeach if 25th amendment not invoked; Trump?s former Chief of Staff John Kelly on the Capitol attack; Biden nominates judge Merrick Garland as attorney general; Inside look at what happened at the Capitol; NYT: Trump told aides he wants to pardon himself in final days;

Pelosi, Schumer, Kinzinger call for removal of Trump using 25th amendment; Trump claims there will be ?orderly transition? after he incites mov to storm U.S. Capitol; Sources: Some cabinet members in early talks about invoking 25th amendment; Fmr Trump Chief of Staff Kelly: ?Horrified? by assault on U.S. Capitol; Fmr Trump Chief of Staff Kelly: What happened at the Capitol is a result of ?letting Trump be Trump; Pelosi calls for resignation of U.S. Capitol Police Chief; Capitol Police Chief: Officers responded ?valiantly? in Capitol riot, officers were attacked with metal pipes; Prosecutors announce federal charges in 15 criminal cases related to Capitol riot; As mob stormed the Capitol, U.S. reported record Covid deaths and hospitalizations; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-01-08
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Insurrection in Washington following Trump encouragement; Biden speaking about U.S. Capitol mob violence; CNN projects Ossoff wins, Democrats gain control of Senate; Trump tells rioters to go home while repeating election lies

Biden to Trump: ?step up?; VA Gov. dispatches state police to U.S. Capitol; Woman treated for gunshot wounds on Capitol grounds; DC mayor ordering 6pm curfew To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-01-07
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Frustrated GA election official debunks list of Trump?s false claims; GOP lawmakers planning to challenge election results on Wednesday; Group of frontline workers now first in U.S. to get both doses of Pfizer vaccine; FDA to consider giving half doses of Moderna vaccine;

Trump demands GA officials ?find? votes to overturn his loss; Trump pressures GA officials in desperate attempt to cling to power: ?I need 11,000 votes. Give me a break.?; All 10 living former defense secretaries declare election is over, no role for military, warn against involving military in election disputes; Schiff: GOP effort to undermine election a ?real low point?; house Dems demand FBI criminal investigation into Trump?s Georgia call; Chris Christie on Trump?s call with Georgia officials; Christie urges skeptics to wear masks in new COVID PSA; Christie wants alleged killer of American journalist David Pearl to face justice in U.S.; U.S. COVID vaccine rollout: 20 million doses promised, 15.4 million distributed, 4.5 million administered; New more contagious COVID strain found in New York; FDA to meet this week to consider half doses of Moderna vaccine for 18-55 year olds; One person dying of COVID every 33 second in U.S.; U.S. surgeon general refutes Trump on U.S. COVID death toll: ?I have no reason to doubt those numbers?; Only CT, ND, SD, & TN have administered at least half of distributed COVID-19 vaccines; CDC: more than 4.5 million Americans have received COVID vaccine; Biden, Trump & Pence campaign in GA ahead of crucial runoffs; Texas teacher known for kindness sin classroom died of COVID To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2021-01-04
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Trump returns to WH ahead of GOP plan to challenge Biden win; Record number of U.S. Covid deaths for second day; CDC: Rapid antigen tests far less accurate than PCR tests; U.S. Defense Officials split on potential for Iranian attack; Crowdless Times Square prepares for subdued celebration; Managing stress and anxiety in the new year;

2 House Republicans tell CNN they expect at least 140 House Republicans to vote against counting electoral votes; Source: McConnell calls out Hawley over plan to challenge Biden; Georgia Sen. Perdue to quarantine after exposure to COVID-19; GOP Sen Sasse: GOP putting ?personal ambitions? above democracy by joining Trump?s election protest; WSJ Editorial Board: Trump?s electoral college challenge is ?embarrassing? and ?doomed to fail?; Health Official: One person in L.A. county dying of Covid every 10 min; Fauci ?disappointed? more Americans have not been vaccinated; Fauci: Spreading out first doses of vaccine to more people is ?under consideration?; 42 people in WV mistakenly given antibody instead of vaccine; CDC predicts 80K more deaths over next three weeks; Biden: ?We aren?t getting all the information that we need from the outgoing administration in key national security areas?; Trump Budget Office Chief: Biden team has made ?false accusations? about not sharing information; Biden?s inaugural committee hosting memorial for Covid-19 victims on Jan 19; World ringing in new year with muted celebrations as virus surges; Times Square preparing for celebration like no other; Managing stress and anxiety in the New Year; 4-year-old boy dies of Covid the morning after Christmas; "Jimmy Carter: Rock & Roll President? Sunday at 9P ET/PT on CNN; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2020-12-31
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GOP Sen. Hawley to object to Electoral College results during joint session; U.S. vaccine rollout behind schedule with 1 day left in 2020; Gov. Newsom: mutant Covid-19 strain found in southern California; Newly-elected congressman Luke Letlow dies of Covid at age 41

GOP Sen. Hawley to force vote on election results, setting up scenario GOP leaders hoped to avoid; U.S. hits new single-day high for deaths and hospitalizations; Gov. Newsom: mutant Covid-19 strain found in southern California; Sen. Toomey: ?makes no sense? to send stimulus checks to ?everyone who has a pulse?; FL Gov. DeSantis went against CDC recommendations, prioritized seniors over front line health workers and first responders; Seniors looking for Covid-19 vaccine turned away from FL hospitals; Florida seniors waited overnight for vaccine, some with lawn chairs; Florida?s Broward Health at capacity, no new patients until February; U.S. lags behind some other countries in vaccinations; Biden names Kathleen Hicks as first woman deputy defense secretary To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2020-12-30
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Biden: I will use Defense Production Act to boost vaccine effort; Fauci on vaccine distribution: We?re ?below where we want to be?; ICU capacity in Southern California hospitals down to 0%; Feeding America warns 50M people could face food insecurity; CO Governor: 1st case of UK COVID variant discovered in Colorado;

Biden aims to give 100 million vaccine shots in his first 100 days in office; Biden: Things are going to get worse before they get better; Biden: Vaccine distribution will be greatest operational challenge we?ve faced as a nation; Trump demands Republicans vote in favor of $2k stimulus checks unless they ?have a death wish?; McConnell promises vote tomorrow on defense funding bill; Senate Dems demand a vote on $2,000 checks; GOP lawmakers under fire for getting vaccinated after downplaying COVID-19 concerns, ignoring public health advice; VP-Elect Harris receives first dose of coronavirus vaccine; Only 2.1 million vaccines administered so far, well below target; Fauci: January could be even worse than December; COVID patients filling 40% of ICU beds at U.S. hospitals; Millions travel over holidays despite warnings from health officials; California extends stay-at-home order amid surge in cases; Thousands line up for free food at events across the country; NC food bank ?drastically? changing to deal with soaring demand; NC food bank sees 68% increase in demand due to COVID; Source: Trump described as ?Grumpy? and acting out at Mar-a-Lago; Source: President Trump appearing to be in ?foul spirits? in final days; 71-year-old former police dispatcher dies of coronavirus; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2020-12-29
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Biden: Trump administration?s behavior during transition is ?nothing short of irresponsibility?; Officials: bomber killed in explosion, motive still unknown; TSA: 1.3 million people passed through airports Sunday; Novavax vaccine staring phase 3 clinical trials;

Biden: transition team ?encountered roadblocks? from Trump admin; VP-elect Harris, husband to get COVID vaccine tomorrow; Trump backs down, signs COVID relief bill and avoids shutdown; Trump golfs as pandemic worsens and congress feuds over stimulus checks; Trump?s delay could prevent Americans from getting aid this week; House expected to vote today on $2000 stimulus checks; Soon, house could override Trump veto of defense bill; GOP election challenges could cause chaos in congress next week; GOP leaders hope to avoid messy fight over election results; At least 8 treated at hospital, 40+ buildings damaged; New video shows moment of massive explosion; Fauci warns pandemic ?might actually get worse?; More than two million vaccines administered so far in U.S.; Novavax becomes fifth to begin phase 3 trials in U.S.; Novavax trial funded with up to $1.6 billion from operation warp speed; WA nursing home at center of COVID outbreak begins vaccinating staff; New Yorker piece dives into ?plague year? tragedies; Admin official: COVID relief checks could start going out this week; 53-year old Georgia teacher dies of coronavirus on Christmas Day; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2020-12-28
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Trump unleashes chaos on his way out the door; December on track to be the deadliest month of the pandemic; House GOP votes against raising stimulus checks to $2,000; Health care workers spend holidays on the front lines;

CNN: Trump has told people Pence isn?t fighting hard enough for him; Dingell: Trump ?doesn?t give a damn? about people needing relief; Trump throws nation into turmoil: Pardons allies, upends relief for Americans, vetoes defense bill; New pandemic air travel record with nearly 1.2M flyers Wednesday; U.S. heads into Christmas with 1M+ vaccinated; IHME Model: 567,000+ Covid deaths by April, up from last week; Growing gap between vaccinations delivered vs. administered; Trump sends Congress into scramble over stimulus relief, defense spending, possible government shutdown; Attorney General, CIA Director among Biden?s final posts to name; Birthday wishes pour in for Dr. Fauci?s 80th birthday; Fauci on retiring: ?I don?t see that right now? in my future; Nurse treated members of her own family who were hospitalized with COVID-19; NORAD tracks Santa?s trip for 65th year; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2020-12-25
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Trump vetoes massive defense bill despite bipartisan support; Officials: second new Covid strain is ?more transmissible?; Massacre survivors slam Trump?s pardons for Blackwater guards; Biden says he hasn?t been briefed on suspected Russian hack

Trump unleashes chaos with veto, pardons, stimulus deal objection; Trump does not take reporter questions on his way to Florida after vetoing defense spending bill; Warp Speed using Defense Production Act to get supplies necessary to expand vaccine production; Iraqi foreign minister: Trump?s Blackwater pardons did not consider seriousness of the crimes committed; Arizona rancher: border wall won?t make America more secure; Biden?s plans to stop construction on border wall may be costly and difficult; CNN checks on the progress on Trump?s controversial promise; Pres-elect Biden nominates Miguel Cardona as Education Secretary; DOD official: Biden?s remark that his team is not being briefed on many things is ?patently false?; Biden says he hasn?t been briefed on suspected Russian hack To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2020-12-23
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Biden: ?I?m gonna tell it to you straight? on COVID crisis; Fauci gets Moderna vaccine on tv as vote of confidence; Anxiety at pentagon over Trump?s unpredictable next move; First Latino senator to represent California as Gov. Newsom picks Alex Padilla to fill Harris? seat;

Biden: recent cyberattack is ?grave risk?, no evidence situation is under control; Biden: Trump?s failure on Russia ?will land on my doorstep?; Biden: $900B COVID bill on a ?down payment? on what?s needed; Biden: Congress must , there will be no ?honeymoon?; WH officials: ?it?s scary,? ?no one is sure where this is heading?; Televangelist Pat Robertson: Trump is erratic, in an ?alternate reality? and should ?move on?; Fauci: it?s possible new COVID strain is already in U.S.; Pfizer, Moderna testing their vaccines against COVID strain; Record high pandemic travel numbers despite CDC?s warning; Dr. Deborah Birx announces she plans to retire; 44 countries ban or restrict travel from U.K. over new strain; WH considering proof of negative COVID test for U.K. travelers; CDC: U.K. COVID variant not identified in U.S., but may be undetected; U.S. COVID hospitalizations at record 115K ahead of Christmas; Military officer to CNN: ?we don?t know what he might do? as anxiety over Trump grows inside Pentagon; Sources: senior military officials steering clear of WH as Trump makes baseless claims of rigged election; 1.6M ballots cast in Georgia senate runoff races, rivaling state?s voter turnout for presidential race; $900B stimulus bill becomes line of attack in GA senate race; Dem senate candidate Ossoff: I would?ve voted for stimulus bill, ?but $600 is a joke?; Ad spending in Georgia runoffs soars to $482 million; Dem senate candidate Ossoff pressures GOP Purdue to weigh in on possible electoral college challenge; NY nurse who had COVID, lost father to virus among first in nation to get Moderna vaccine; 614,00+ COVID vaccines administered in U.S. so far; Pandemic of 20 years dies after month-long battle with COVID; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2020-12-22
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First doses of Moderna?s vaccine administered today; Pres-elect Biden, incoming first lady get first vaccine doses; AG Barr rebukes Trump claim: we don?t need a special counsel to look into voter fraud; Russian spy duped into revealing details of plot to poison opposition leader Alexey Navalny;

TSA pandemic record: 1M+ travelers for 3 days in a row; New virus variant in U.K. may be 70% more transmissible; Dozens of nations shut down travel to U.K. due to new, highly transmissible COVID-19 variant; Fauci: not recommending U.K. travel shut down right now; Biden?s surgeon general pick: most Americans won?t get vaccine until mid-summer or fall; Giroir says it will take until January to vaccinate 20 million people; First Moderna vaccine given at Long Island, NY hospitals; Nurse becomes first person at NY hospital to get Moderna vaccine; Nurse becomes emotional after receiving Moderna vaccine; Soon: congress to vote on $900B stimulus bill, second largest relief plan in U.S. history, $600 stimulus checks included; +5,500 pages in stimulus bill released, congress expected to pass $900B relief package tonight, sets midnight deadline; Barr says there is no basis for federal government to seize voting machines as Trump falsely claims fraud; Barr joins Pompeo in linking mass cyber hack to Russia as President Trump downplays Russia?s role; Navalny says Russian toxin team put poison in his underwear; Russia?s FSB: Navalny?s phone conversation with spy was ?fake? and ?planned provocation?; Kansas city newspaper apologizes for decades of racist coverage; Kansas city Star: out past coverage of black communities focused on crime, underplayed major events, ignored black icons; Husband pens final love letter to wife before dying of COVID; Husband?s final love letter to wife: I ?would never have traded it for all the riches in the world?; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2020-12-21
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VP, Karen Pence, Surgeon General, Pelosi, McConnell vaccinated; COVID-19 hospitalizations hit record for 12th straight day; Govt runs out of money at midnight as stimulus talks drag on; Trump tweets about "Russian hoax" as VP Pence got Covid vaccine; Donation group estimates +54M Americans face food crisis;

California nears breaking point as COVID-19 surges; LA Mayor: ICU bed availability at 0% in Southern California; CDC reports highest-ever number of drug overdoses in a year; Michigan governor eases restrictions as COVID-19 numbers improve; Dr. Gupta on being vaccinated live on CNN; Pres-elect Biden and incoming first lady to get vaccine Monday; Pentagon cancels transition meetings with Biden team to prioritize possible govt. shutdown; Biden marks 48th anniversary of death of wife, child; Key cabinet post open: Justice, Commerce, Education, Labor, CIA; Trump praises incoming Senator Tuberville for suggesting he may contest election results in Congress; Biden on working with GOP: Trump's influence will fade; Rep. Crow: Hack is modern day equivalent of Pearl Harbor; Microsoft: At least 40 orgs targeted in suspected Russia hack; Microsoft President: These cyberattacks put entire economy at risk; Suspected Russian hack targeted U.S. agencies, Microsoft; Attacks could still be ongoing; Charities struggle to meet skyrocketing demand for food as pandemic stretches into holiday season; Philly charity: 60% rise in food assistance since pandemic; Texas couple dies of coronavirus minutes apart, holding hands;  To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2020-12-18
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Worst Day Ever: U.S. sees record deaths, cases, hospitalizations; FDA panel reviews emergency authorization for Moderna vaccine; $600 stimulus checks remain sticking point in negotiations; Several U.S. agencies attacked by suspected Russian hackers; +913K ballots already cast in Georgia Senate runoff races;

Trump out of sight as U.S. faces worsening pandemic, WH Transition, ongoing cyberattack, no stimulus deal; Former National Security Adviser: Trump must get past his election grievances and govern; 885,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week, 4th increase in 5 weeks; U.S. Cybersecurity Agency: Hack poses "grave risk" to Fed & local govts; Biden Atty Gen. decision at deadlock over competing questions; Sources: Judge Merrick Garland, Sen. Doug Jones are leading candidates for Attorney General; Sources: Rep. Deb Haaland is Biden's interior Secy pick; Incoming Biden Deputy Chief of Staff says she could have "chosen better" words than calling Republicans "f****rs"; Georgia runoffs to determine balance of power in U.S. Senate; Dem Senate Candidate Ossoff: "Victory in Georgia comes down to young people";  To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2020-12-18
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Second vaccine likely authorized this week while U.S. experiences grim reality of surging pandemic; Hundreds of Trump allies lobbying him for pardons; Pete Buttigieg to become first openly gay cabinet member; Congressional leaders on verge of $900b Covid relief deal with $600 stimulus checks included

Politico: top Trump appointee pushed herd immunity theory internally, said ?we want them infected?; Trump fires back after McConnell congratulates Biden; Sources: Trump pushing for appointment of special counsels to probe Hunter Biden, 2020 election; Hundreds of Trump allies lobbying him for pardons; Trump considering pardons for more than two dozen people; Biden picks Pete Buttigieg as Transportation Secretary; Biden to get Covid vaccine publicly to show safety; Fake claims about election fraud escalate into violent incident involving former Houston police captain; Congressional leaders on verge of $900b Covid relief deal with $600 stimulus checks included To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2020-12-16
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