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Exclusive: President Donald Trump may hire a law professor who spoke at his rally before the riot at the U.S. Capitol to help defend him in an impeachment trial over a charge that he incited the violence, sources say

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President Biden officially laying out new COVID response steps: -Increasing vaccine supply to states by more than 15% -Increasing total U.S. vaccine order by 50% to 600 million doses -Enough vaccine for 300 million Americans by summer

Biden will announce the US is buying 200 million more vaccine doses, adding enough to fully vaccinate all Americans by end of summer, an official says

The central story of American politics right now is that one of the two parties is *radicalizing against democracy* in front of our eyes. There are tons of other stories as well, but they all come after that, I think.

BREAKING: Sen. Leahy, who will preside over fmr. President Trump's second impeachment trial, has been taken to a local hospital for observation and is being evaluated after an examination by the Capitol Attending Physician, a spokesperson tells @NBCNews .

The Senate has voted 55-45 to reject a Republican effort to stop Trump's impeachment trial

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After the mob stormed the capitol and beat people with hockey sticks and flag poles, and chanted "Hang Mike Pence!" and prowled around looking for members of congress to kill or capture, a majority of GOP members of congress came back into the chamge and voted with the mob!

‘Those 8 minutes and 46 seconds that took George Floyd’s life opened the eyes of millions of Americans and millions of people all over the world’ — Pres. Biden addressed the deep racial inequities that exist in America during remarks to the nation on Tuesday

WATCH: VP Harris receives her second dose of the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine. "It really was painless."

This @WSJ  video investigation into the Proud Boys's role in the Capitol riot is amazing.

“You can’t defend the actions of the president so instead … they come up with all these process reasons to take the heat off,” Rep. Himes says about Senate Republicans.