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Today is because of this - VOTING. And a testament to the strength of a system that repelled an attack from a soon to be former President who refuses to respect democracy.

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President Trump boards Marine One for the last time as the 45th President of the United States along with first lady Melania Trump to head to Joint Base Andrews for farewell ceremony. #InaugurationDay 

JUST IN: President Trump left a letter at the White House for President-elect Joe Biden

BREAKING: New study shows Pfizer coronavirus vaccine is effective against new variant believed to have emerged in the UK.

President Trump by the #'s, a thread: He entered office with 20 million Twitter followers. He is leaving office with zero.

The Trump administration is trying to sabotage President-elect Biden's immigration plans with last-minute deals, officials say.

BREAKING: Pres. Trump boards Marine One for the final time as president of the United States. #InaugurationDay 

Trump didn't pardon Assange He went out like a fucking coward

A man sent his girlfriend’s brother a selfie while storming the Capitol, officials say. The brother is a federal agent.


Scoops of the Day

My thinking on the Assange pardon is very simple: setting aside all else, Trump will either be remembered as the first President since JFK who from his first to last day in office was hated by the NSA, CIA, and FBI, or as the one who caved to pressure at the very last moment.

Senate Majority Leader McConnell says Capitol rioters were "provoked" by President Trump and other powerful people and "fed lies"

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AP: 2 National Guard members have been found to have ties to fringe right group militias and have been removed from mission to protect inauguration

Trump went four years in office without once saying a critical word about Putin.

Obamagate Documents: @WaGuJohnSolomon  says he has confirmed with the FBI & the White House that documents have been declassified as we await its release. #MAGA  #AmericaFirst  #Dobbs 

"Let us shine the lights in the darkness along the sacred pool of reflection and remember who we lost," Pres.-elect Joe Biden says in solemn moment at lighting ceremony honoring victims of COVID-19.

Josh Hawley led an insurrection against the United States and its first branch of government. Article I, section 5 of the United States Constitution provides that "Each House of Congress may with the concurrence of two-thirds, expel a member."

Last hour of the last day of the last test. Test series for the ages. Congrats to Team India!

Well it was more or less exactly as horrible as we imagined.

Reports that Trump has let himself be bullied out of pardoning Assange, mistakenly believing Senate Republicans won't vote to impeach him if he caves. Once he's out of power, they're going to vote to impeach him anyway. Which, well——that's one way to be remembered. #Politics 


Scoops of the Week

You can’t quote Dr. King on social media one day out of the year and live a life that runs counter to his words and teachings the other 364.

Just In: Seven men suspected in the brutal beating of a D.C. police officer defending the Capitol are sought by the FBI

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Video of insurrectionists stealing documents on the senate floor. “I think Cruz would want us to do this so I think we’re good.” Great work, @tedcruz  (Full video and article at @NewYorker  )

South Korea’s best-selling boyband, BTS, continue to make their mark in the art world as one of the group’s singers, RM, has been named “art sponsor of the year” in Korea. @bts_bighit  @BTS_twt  @BTS_ARMY 

Trump signs executive order to build National Garden of American Heroes to combat 'dangerous anti-American extremism'

This kid likes to play Xbox in quarantine, and the Times slapped a photo of his disappointed parents and a quote from his dad that says “I’ve failed you as a son” on the *front page*

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This is the most offensive thing I've ever heard. No one should ever question the loyalty or professionalism of the Texas National Guard. @TexasGuard  I authorized more than 1,000 to go to DC. I'll never do it again if they are disrespected like this.

Exclusive: China Has Built Village In Arunachal, Show Satellite Images

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Former CIA officer John Kiriakou sought a pardon from the president so he could carry a gun and receive his pension after being convicted of illegally disclosing classified information. He was told it could be floated to the White House, for a price.

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"I'm not going to lose my son at the end of 2020 and lose my country and my republic in 2021," Rep. Jamie Raskin says as he presses forward with impeachment articles while mourning his son. #CNNSOTU