CBS News congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane reports on what the congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack has uncovered ahead of its first public hearings.
Justice Neil Gorsuch fumes that the Supreme Court 'failed' to 'honor this Nation's promises' as it rolled back tribal authority in Oklahoma
Gorsuch's dissenting opinion came as the nation's highest court handed more power to states over Native American lands.
The Nov. 15-16 summit risked awkward diplomatic encounters if Putin were to have come. The Kremlin had said earlier that Putin intended to go.
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"The committee's not going to stand by and watch her character be assassinated," the Jan. 6 committee member said of the former White House aide
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The pilots said they are frustrated by the pace of contract negotiations.
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The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol will convene Tuesday afternoon for a surprise public hearing, signaling apparent urgency among members to reveal further findings from their year-long inquiry. Former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson, who was a top adviser to Donald Trump's last chief of staff, Mark Meadows, is expected to testify, sources familiar with the matter told ABC News. It's anticipated that through her testimony, Hutchinson will put a voice to many of the internal White House interactions involving the events of Jan. 6 that have been reported publicly and offer significant insight into Meadows' actions and interactions with then-President Trump on Jan. 6 and in the days before and after, sources said.
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The reaction was “maybe more than I planned for,” the senator said. [Opinion]
Here are all the people who sought preemptive pardons from Donald Trump after the Capitol riot, per January 6 committee witnesses
The January 6 House panel has said that at least nine people close to Trump requested preemptive pardons following the Capitol attack.
Federal agents seized John Eastman's phone outside of a restaurant last week.
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Ex-CIA officer says Putin could be at risk of being killed or deposed by a member of his inner circle
Daniel Hoffman, a former CIA officer, said Putin might be murdered or sent to a "sanatorium" if his top advisers conspire against him.
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Vice President Harris on Wednesday sought to clarify recent comments she made about President Biden’s reelection plans after she told CNN earlier this week that the president was definitively running again in 2024. Harris told a reporter on Air Force Two before departing for California that “the president intends to run and if he does,…
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Cassidy Hutchinson, an aide to former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, delivered stunning testimony during Tuesday's Jan. 6 hearing. Congressional correspondent Scott Macfarlane discussed the significance of her testimony on CBS News.
A former Trump White House chief of staff says the latest January 6 hearing provided 'stunning' new evidence of potential criminality
Mick Mulvaney, who resigned a day after the January 6 insurrection, said the new evidence presented was a "serious problem" for Trump.
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Sen. Susan Collins says Kavanaugh misled her, but his mendacity should have been no surprise
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Scott Walker-appointed Natural Resources Board member Frederick Prehn can remain past his term, Supreme Court rules
The ruling all but ensures that Republicans in the state Senate will continue to avoid confirming slates of Democratic Gov. Tony Evers' appointees.
Chip makers are refusing to build new semiconductor plants in the U.S. unless Congress unlocks $52 billion in funding
Taiwanese semiconductor firm GlobalWafers joins Intel and TSMC in urging Congress to fund U.S. development.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday dramatically increased the power of states over Native American tribes and undercut its own 2020 ruling that had expanded tribal authority in Oklahoma, handing a victory to Republican officials in that state. In a 5-4 decision authored by conservative Justice Brett Kavanaugh, the court ruled in favor of Oklahoma in its bid to prosecute Victor Castro-Huerta, a non-Native American convicted of child neglect in a crime committed against a Native American child - his 5-year-old stepdaughter - on the Cherokee Nation reservation.
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Steve Bannon, a former adviser in the Trump administration, has requested that his trial over contempt of Congress charges be delayed, arguing the Jan. 6 House select committee’s hearings have gained too much publicity. In a court filing on Wednesday, Bannon’s attorneys, David Schoen, Robert Costello and Evan Corcoran, asked for the start date of…
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Boebert says she is ‘tired’ of separation between church and state: ‘The church is supposed to direct the government’
Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) says she is “tired” of the long-standing separation between church and state in the U.S., adding that she believes “the church is supposed to direct the government.” In a Sunday speech at the Cornerstone Christian Center in Basalt, Colo., ahead of her primary election on Tuesday, Boebert argued that “the government…
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Writer says Americans are struggling to pay for basic expenses in today's economy.