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Jan. 6 panel signals interest in whether Trump committed crime
BY HARPER NEIDIG AND REBECCA BEITSCH
 
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The Jan. 6 Select Committee has signaled it intends to explore potential criminal wrongdoing by former President Trump, marking a significant escalation for the investigation that could put pressure on the Biden administration.

The panel has said it could refer Trump to the Justice Department for prosecution if it finds damning evidence, in what would be seen as an open invitation to Attorney General Merrick Garland to be more aggressive towards the former president than he has been in his tenure thus far.

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2021 was another good year for women running for election
BY JULIA MANCHESTER
 
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Allies are split on Biden's diplomatic boycott of Beijing Olympics
BY LAURA KELLY AND ALEX GANGITANO
 
The Biden administration’s diplomatic boycott of Beijing’s winter Olympics is already showing signs of being a limited success. 
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Democrats like what they saw in Harris-Charlamagne tha God exchange
BY AMIE PARNES AND HANNA TRUDO
 
The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol is asking that the Supreme Court respond to former President Trump’s request that the justices block the National Archives from turning over his White House records to the panel by mid-January.
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Biden, first lady thank service members overseas in Christmas call
BY MYCHAEL SCHNELL
 
President Biden and first lady Jill Biden thanked U.S. service members overseas during a call on Saturday while also expressing sadness that the troops could not celebrate Christmas at home with their families.
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Florida breaks another record for COVID-19 cases
BY CHRIS MILLS RODRIGO
 
Florida broke its single-day record for new COVID-19 cases on Thursday as the omicron variant continues to drive a surge in infections.
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Biden may face midterm reckoning on Supreme Court reform
BY JOHN KRUZEL
 
President Biden has largely managed to avoid the fray of the Supreme Court reform debate in his first year in office by outsourcing the issue to an expert study group. But his time on the sidelines may be running out. 
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Two Maryland hospitals declare health care 'disaster' amid rising cases
BY MYCHAEL SCHNELL
 
Two Maryland hospitals declared a health care “disaster” on Friday as COVID-19 cases continue to rise at the Old Line State facilities.
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Miserly Manchin stole Christmas and hope from American families
BY LYNDON HAVILAND
 
OPINION l Last week marked the last enhanced monthly child tax credit payment to millions of disadvantaged Americans thanks to one man in Congress: Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.).
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Biden's policies are not very merry
BY TOM SCHATZ
 
OPINION l Christmas is here, and there is not much to celebrate after Congress and President Biden have delivered a year filled with a reckless and wasteful government spending.
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The Associated Press: Australian state sees record cases, lab sends false results
BY DARLENE SUPERVILLE
Australia’s most populous state reported a record number of new COVID-19 cases on Sunday and a sharp jump in hospitalizations while thousands of people were isolating at home after contracting the virus or coming into contact with someone who has.
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The Washington Post: Desmond Tutu, exuberant apostle of racial justice in South Africa, dies at 90
BY GLENN FRANKEL
Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu, South Africa’s ebullient apostle of racial justice and reconciliation who won the Nobel Peace Prize for his struggle against the system of White domination known as apartheid, died Sunday in Cape Town. He was 90.
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The New York Times: Training Civilians, Ukraine Nurtures a Resistance in Waiting
BY ANDREW E. KRAMER
There is no indication that President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia has made up his mind whether to launch an attack. But if one should come, even Ukraine’s own generals say their regular military stands little chance in a full-fledged invasion.
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The Wall Street Journal: Wall Street Bets S&P 500 Is Due For a Slowdown in 2022
BY KAREN LANGELY
Earnings growth is expected to moderate next year, and the Federal Reserve is pursuing plans to raise interest rates, chipping away at key supports for the stock market’s rally.
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Reuters: China replaces Xinjiang Communist Party chief Chen
BY TONY MONROE
China has replaced Chen Quanguo, who as Communist Party chief in the Xinjiang region oversaw a security crackdown targeting ethnic Uyghurs and other Muslims in the name of fighting religious extremism.
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