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Trump leaves White House with his lowest-ever approval rating after Capitol riot, impeachment

Nearly two-thirds, 68%, of the respondents in a new poll from the Pew Research Center said Trump should not remain a major national political figure.       

Timberwolves' Karl-Anthony Towns reveals he tested positive for COVID-19

Karl-Anthony Towns, whose mother and six other family members died of COVID-19 last year, revealed Friday that he tested positive himself.       

Feds walk back claims Capitol rioters meant to 'capture and assassinate' elected officials

A filing in the U.S. District Court of Arizona said "the intent of the Capitol rioters was to capture and assassinate elected officials" but D.C. officials contradicted the allegation.       

Capitol rioters meant to 'capture and assassinate' elected officials, federal prosecutors say

"Strong evidence, including Chansley's own words and actions at the Capitol, supports that the intent of the Capitol rioters was to capture and assassinate elected officials in the United States Government," the filing stated.       

Capitol riot: What we know about allegations of inside help from members of Congress

Democrats are now calling on formal investigations, citing an unusual uptick in visitors sporting MAGA gear the day before the attempted coup.       

Yes, you can have — and deserve — a bigger TV. That's the theme on display at CES trade show

TV makers like Samsung and TCL will plug bigger TVs, 80 inches and up – some with 8K video – as stay-at-home life continues amid coronavirus pandemic.       

'Trailblazer' Spike Lee honored for film career with American Cinematheque Award, vows to keep on going

Spike Lee vowed to continue making vital movies receiving the film society's lifetime achievement award. "Let's keep this thing going," he said.       

Over 20,000 National Guard troops to provide security against inauguration threats in Washington

That's more soldiers than we have in Afghanistan and Iraq combined.       

Biden introduces $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package that includes $1,400 stimulus checks

President-elect Joe Biden's COVID relief proposal includes investing $20 billion in a national vaccination program and $1,400 stimulus checks.       

Coronavirus updates: COVID-19 reduces US life expectancy; Biden introduces spending plan; Pope Francis gets Pfizer vaccine

The single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine is safe and generates an immune response, based on early stage clinical trials. Latest COVID news.       
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Trump leaves White House with his lowest-ever approval rating after Capitol riot, impeachment

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Timberwolves' Karl-Anthony Towns reveals he tested positive for COVID-19

Karl-Anthony Towns, whose mother and six other family members died of COVID-19 last year, revealed Friday that he tested positive himself.       

Feds walk back claims Capitol rioters meant to 'capture and assassinate' elected officials

A filing in the U.S. District Court of Arizona said "the intent of the Capitol rioters was to capture and assassinate elected officials" but...

Tessa Thompson Lines Up Two Projects Under Her New Prod. Co.’s First-Look Deal with HBO

Tessa Thompson is well on her way to mogul-dom. The “Sylvie’s Love” actress has started her own production company, Viva Maude, which has already...