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By Mark Sherman, Associated Press
A special House panel looking into the government's coronavirus response says the Trump White House tried to pressure U.S. health experts into reauthorizing the drug hydroxychloroquine that had been discredited as a COVID-19 treatment.
By Matthew Perrone, Kevin Freking, Associated Press
The Trump administration's "zero tolerance" immigration policy separated over 5,000 children from their parents, with no tracking process or records that would allow them to be reunited. Atlantic staff writer Caitlin Dickerson joins Geoff Bennett to discuss her investigation into…
The Jan. 6 committee investigating the Capitol attack plans to present unseen documents and provide new witness testimony this Thursday about the insurrection. The committee has interviewed dozens of witnesses behind closed doors during the last year. Hugo Lowell, congressional…
In our news wrap Saturday, the Justice Department will not charge two of President Trump's former aides, Mark Meadows and adviser Dan Scavino, with contempt of Congress. Also, a Michigan baby formula plant is restarting production, students and staff of…
In our news wrap Saturday, House Minority Leader McCarthy says he never asked Trump to resign from office after the Jan. 6 attacks on the Capitol and Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis officially revoked Disney's special self-governing status in the…
By Zeke Miller, Associated Press
The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol has agreed to defer its request for hundreds of pages of records from the Trump administration.
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
The House vote sends the matter to the U.S. attorney’s office in Washington, where it will now be up to prosecutors in that office to decide whether to present the case to a grand jury for possible criminal charges.
By Lolita C. Baldor, Robert Burns, Associated Press
Army Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, delivered a full-throated defense of two calls he made to his Chinese counterpart, saying he was responding to "concerning intelligence" that China was worried about a U.S. attack.
By Matthew Daly, Associated Press
Interior Secretary Deb Haaland is moving the headquarters of the Bureau of Land Management, which oversees 245 million acres in Western states, back to the nation’s capital after two years in Colorado.
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