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1/7/2021 Woman who was shot when pro-Trump mob stormed US Capitol has died Boston Globe ... in medical emergencies By Associated Press Updated January 6, 2021, 8 minutes ago Email to a Friend The US Capitol on Wednesday evening. Jacquelyn Martin/Associated Press Four people died as supporters of President Donald Trump violently occupied the US Capitol. Washington, D.C., Police Chief Robert Contee said the dead on Wednesday included a woman who was shot by the US Capitol Police, as well as three others who died ...
1/7/2021 Acting U.S. Attorney General says U.S. Capitol insurrection an 'intolerable attack' PBS ... of federal agents from Justice Department agencies were sent to assist.He called it an “unacceptable situation” and said federal prosecutors “intend to enforce the laws of our land.”Dozens of President Donald Trump ’s supporters breached the security perimeter and entered the Capitol as Congress was meeting, expected to vote and affirm Joe Biden’s presidential win. They were seen clashing with officers both inside the building ...
1/7/2021 Inside the Capitol: chaos, violence, mockery as pro-Trump mob occupied Congress The Mercury News ... chair in the Senate, the offices of the House speaker and the Senate dais, where one yelled, “Trump won that election.” Pro-Trump supporters storm the U.S. Capitol following a rally with President Donald Trump on January 6, 2021 in Washington, DC. Trump supporters gathered in the nation’s capital today to protest the ratification of President-elect Joe Biden’s Electoral College victory over President Trump in the ...
1/7/2021 Calls rise to use 25th Amendment to remove Trump. Here's how that works. Chicago Tribune The siege on the U.S Capitol by rioting supporters of President Donald Trump has renewed talk of an extreme remedy: declaring that the president is unfit to do his job and removing him from office under the 25th Amendment.It is not the first time detractors have sought Trump’s ouster through invocation of the amendment. Early in his term, Rep. Zoe Lofgren of California introduced a resolution urging Trump ...
1/7/2021 Daywatch: A day of chaos after violent pro-Trump mob storms the US Capitol Chicago Tribune Jan 07, 2021 at 5:26 AMListen to the day's top stories in our morning news briefing. Good morning, Chicago. A violent mob loyal to President Donald Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday and forced lawmakers into hiding in a stunning attempt to overturn America’s presidential election. Hours later, though, legislators returned to work and certified Joe Biden’s Electoral College victory. Meanwhile, the coronavirus continued to spread ...
1/7/2021 Chicago police union leader downplays Capitol riot in radio interview, drawing rebuke from mayor Chicago Tribune Chicago Tribune Jan 07, 2021 at 1:25 PM Fraternal Order of Police President John Catanzara arrives at a rally for President Donald Trump on Nov. 1, 2020, at Firewater Saloon in the Mount Greenwood neighborhood. (Erin Hooley / Chicago Tribune) The head of the Chicago Police Department’s largest union expressed sympathy in a radio interview that aired Thursday morning for a mob of supporters of President Donald Trump who stormed ...
1/7/2021 Dow set to add to Wednesday record despite Capitol turmoil CNBC BY THE NUMBERS U.S. stock futures rose Thursday , a day after the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at a record high despite the turmoil at the Capitol. Early Thursday, outgoing President Donald Trump said in a statement there "will be an orderly transition" of power, shortly after Congress confirmed President-elect Joe Biden 's win. (CNBC)The Labor Department said Thursday that initial jobless claims totaled 787,000 last week , fewer ...
1/6/2021 America's messy Covid-19 vaccine rollout, explained Vox ... rollout of the Covid-19 vaccine is off to a messy start, with signs the country is repeating the same mistakes it made with coronavirus tests and protective equipment for health care workers. President Donald Trump ’s administration had projected 20 million people would be vaccinated by the end of December. The US is at 4.8 million first-dose vaccinations as of Tuesday, missing its 2020 goal by more than ...
1/6/2021 WHO virus mission to China in disarray as entry denied MSN ... cases of the coronavirus were recorded in the central Chinese city of Wuhan in late 2019, prompting accusations of chaotic, secretive handling by Chinese authorities which led to its spread beyond China.US President Donald Trump called the pandemic the "China virus".But Beijing has so far resisted pressure for a full independent probe into the early days of the outbreak. Instead, it has seeded doubt as to whether the ...
1/5/2021 Georgia deciding US Senate control in election's final day Boston Herald ... to enact what could be the most progressive governing agenda in generations.Republicans are unified against Biden’s plans for health care, environmental protection and civil rights, but some have feared that outgoing President Donald Trump ’s brazen attempts to undermine the integrity of the nation’s voting systems might discourage voters in Georgia.State election officials reported light turnout Tuesday, the day after Trump and Biden held Georgia rallies ...
1/5/2021 Decision day in Georgia with Senate majority at stake Philly Tribune ... Biden's capacity to enact what may be the most progressive governing agenda in generations.Republicans are unified against Biden's plans for health care, environmental protection and civil rights, but some fear that outgoing President Donald Trump 's brazen attempts to undermine the integrity of the nation's voting systems may discourage voters in Georgia.At a rally in northwest Georgia on the eve of Tuesday's runoffs, Trump repeatedly declared that the November ...
1/5/2021 'Trump' Most Searched Term on Chinese Social Media in 2020 Newsweek Trump' Most Searched Term on Chinese Social Media in 2020 Newsweek 20 hrs ago John Feng © Thomas Peter-Pool/Getty Images File photo: President Donald Trump during his visit to Beijing, China, in November 2017."Trump" was the most searched term among Chinese social media users last year, a report claimed, despite a severe public health crisis that brought the country to a standstill in the first quarter.Between January ...
1/5/2021 WATCH LIVE: Your questions about the Georgia Senate runoffs, answered PBS ... the total turnout of two million people in Georgia’s last Senate runoff, in 2008 .Prior to 2020, Georgia had supported Republican presidential candidates every year since 1996. Biden’s surprise victory against President Donald Trump reflects an electorate that has shifted left in recent years. Still, taking control of the Senate remains a tough challenge for Democrats.PBS NewsHour correspondent Lisa Desjardins and political reporter Daniel Bush answered questions ...
1/5/2021 Decision day in Georgia with Senate majority at stake PBS ... capacity to enact what may be the most progressive governing agenda in generations.Republicans are unified against Biden’s plans for health care, environmental protection and civil rights, but some fear that outgoing President Donald Trump ’s brazen attempts to undermine the integrity of the nation’s voting systems may discourage voters in Georgia.WATCH: Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on Georgia’s U.S. Senate runoffsAt a rally in ...
1/5/2021 Georgia is experiencing its “worst surge” of Covid-19 ahead of the Senate runoffs Vox Mark Sexton, deputy director of the Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency, tours an alternative hospital bed facility in Atlanta on December 29. Curtis Compton/Atlanta Journal-Constitution/AP President Donald Trump rallied to support two Republican Senate candidates in Dalton, Georgia, on Monday night. He appeared maskless in front of a large crowd, in a county buckling under a coronavirus surge, in a state struggling more than most ...