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NY Attorney General Sues Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYPD Over Excessive Force Against Protesters

James detailed years of police abuses, most recently at protests over the killing of George Floyd.

Biden Announces $1.9 Billion Coronavirus “Rescue” Plan With $1,400 Direct Payments

The plan includes $400 federal unemployment benefits and hundreds of billions for state aid, schools, and vaccines.

Inspectors General Open Sweeping Review of Security Response to Capitol Riot

Top federal investigators to probe agency response after mob was able to overrun Capitol.

Republicans Call on Liz Cheney to Resign For Backing Trump Impeachment

House Freedom Caucus is urging a move to force her out of GOP leadership.

Marjorie Taylor Greene Vows to Introduce Articles of Impeachment Against Joe Biden on First Day

Greene blamed Biden for the Capitol riot.

Aides Stopped Trump From Going to House Impeachment Debate to Defend Himself in Person: Report

The White House counsel has said he won't defend Trump in the Senate trial.

Military Joint Chiefs Remind Troops That “Sedition and Insurrection” Are Illegal After Capitol Riot

The military chiefs issued an unusual statement reaffirming Joe Biden's win.

Mayor Bill de Blasio: NYC Canceling All Trump Organization Contracts Over “Criminal Activity”

The contracts are worth around $17 million per year, the mayor said.

5 Republicans Back Trump Impeachment Amid Reports Mitch McConnell Could Vote to Convict

Liz Cheney led a handful of Republicans in announcing their intent to impeach, and that number is expected to grow.

Deutsche Bank Says It Won’t Do Any More Business With Trump After Riot

New York City is also considering cutting off contracts that earn Trump $17 million per year.