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Today's Top Political and Coronavirus News Compilation - Friday, March 19, 2021

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U.S. charges Proud Boys with conspiracy in Capitol assault that turned deadly
A federal grand jury charged four leaders of the far-right Proud Boys with conspiring to block Congress from certifying U.S. President Joe Biden's election on the day of a deadly assault on the Capitol, according to court papers unsealed on Friday.

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Battling bigness: Congress eyes action against monopolies
Biden approval grows as more Americans receive vaccinations: Reuters/Ipsos poll
Spa killings likely 'targeted attack driven by personal grievance': Source
‘Very angry’: Democrats face tough choices on immigration
Biden stumbles multiple times, falls as he scales Air Force One stairs
Biden 'proud' of Blinken after tense exchange with Chinese officials
Justices meet in person for first time in a year
Why US, Chinese officials erupted into open debate during fiery first meeting
Judge refuses to delay, move trial of ex-cop in Floyd death
Kremlin: Putin’s offer of a call with Biden was to save ties
Chinese government restricting Tesla use over security concerns
Suspect in Atlanta-area attacks said they weren't racially motivated. Experts say he doesn't get to decide.
Biden admin under fire over lack of transparency on border crisis
Biden picks ex-U.S. Senator Nelson as NASA chief: White House
Amid border surge, confusion reigns over Biden policies
Federal judge pens dissent slamming decades-old press protections
DHS Secretary Mayorkas to visit border amid controversy over migrant surge
Is Donald Trump still president? On Republican websites across Florida, the answer is yes
Mission to clean up space debris around Earth is poised for launch
WH signals Mexico must curb migrants to get vaccine
What's next in the California recall
Democrat introduces resolution to expel GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene...

Today's Top Political and Coronavirus News Compilation - Tuesday, March 16, 2021

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Russia tried to help Trump in 2020, Iran tried to hurt him and China stayed out of it, says new report
WASHINGTON — Despite repeated assertions by senior Trump administration officials that China sought to hurt then-President Donald Trump in the 2020 election, a newly declassified intelligence assessment finds that China did not seek to influence the outcome.

Updated 5:26 PM CDT

Homeland Security chief defends US handling of border surge
Russia's Putin likely directed 2020 election meddling, U.S. finds
US government says no evidence a foreign power manipulated 2020 election results
US intelligence report says Russia attempted to interfere in 2020 election with goal of 'denigrating' Biden and helping Trump
Across The Internet, A Game Of Whac-A-Mole Is Underway To Root Out Extremism
Biden aides bristle at heated rhetoric on North Korea, tell officials to tone it down
Republicans struggle to drown out Biden's 'Help is Here' pandemic relief tour
Senator alleges FBI's Brett Kavanaugh investigation may have been "fake"
GOP lawmakers slam Biden after visit to migrant detention center at border
Putin pushed Biden misinformation to Trump allies and media in 2020 election, U.S. says
GOP calls on Biden DOJ to continue Trump-era nursing home investigations
Senate confirms Isabel Guzman to lead Small Business Administration
DHS requests thousands of National Guard troops stay on southern border past September: US general
Top Senate Republican issues stark warning as Democrats take aim at filibuster
At odds with national Republicans, GOP mayors welcome long-awaited COVID relief
Blinken warns China against 'coercion and aggression' on first Asia trip
W.Va. Governor Wants A Population Boom And A Disney Theme Park. His Plan? Income Tax Cuts
GOP bill mandates prisoners' stimulus money go to restitution
Newsom says he's 'worried' about recall effort
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Tweaked COVID vaccines in testing aim to fend off variants

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"Realistically we want to turn COVID into a sniffle,” Dr. Nadine Rouphael says.
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Sen. Wicker on infrastructure meeting with Biden: We made good points but 'there is a lot of space between us'

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Senator Roger Wicker (R-MS) joined Fox Business' "Kudlow" on Monday following his Oval Office meeting with President Biden and says he and his Republican colleagues made "good points" but noted there remains "a lot of space between" the two parties.

Wicker: Well of course, it’s a massive program. I did tell the president he has a very hard sell on raising the corporate tax rate and I said that I viewed that 2017 tax bill as one of our signature legislative achievements. It’s probably the most important bill I have ever voted for and I think it is...
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Nevada GOP censures secretary of state who refused to investigate unfounded election-fraud claims

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Washington (CNN)The Nevada Republican Party Central Committee has voted to censure the state's Republican secretary of state after she refused to investigate unfounded allegations of voter fraud in the state.

The resolution, passed Saturday, censures Barbara Cegavske -- Nevada's only statewide Republican elected official -- for "disregard of her oath of office by failing to investigate election fraud, her dismissive public statements regarding election integrity concerns, and her failure to ensure compliance with Nevada and federal election law...
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Washington rewards bizarre behavior

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A version of this story appears in CNN's What Matters newsletter. To get it in your inbox, sign up for free here.

(CNN)I have not spent much time in this newsletter on the antics of Marjorie Taylor Greene or the scandal surrounding Matt Gaetz, two of the more controversial pushers of conspiracy theories currently serving in Congress.

This is supposed to be about "What Matters," and after the Trump years we all spent struggling over whether the importance of exposing dark lies to the sunlight is neutralized by the oxygen they get in exposure, it has...
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Senate Democrats push bill to combat surge of Asian American hate crimes amid GOP resistance

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(CNN)Senate Democrats are hoping to advance a bill addressing the surge of hate crimes against Asian Americans as soon as Wednesday despite the resistance of some Republicans.

The bill, introduced by Hawaii Sen. Mazie Hirono and New York Rep. Grace Meng, would assign a Justice Department official to expedite reviews of potential Covid-19-related hate crimes, establish an online database of such incidents and require new guidance to "mitigate racially discriminatory language in describing" the pandemic, according to a summary of the proposal.

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Trump State Department appointee facing Capitol riot charges ordered released from jail

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(CNN)A Trump State Department official who was charged in the Capitol insurrection will be released from jail, a federal judge said Monday, overturning a previous ruling that the man was too dangerous to release.

Federico Klein, a former low-level State Department official, was arrested last month and ordered detained before trial. But Judge John Bates reversed that decision in a written opinion on Monday, saying he was influenced by a recent appeals court ruling that imposed stricter limits on which alleged Capitol rioters should be jailed while...
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Albany’s Toxic Culture for Women: From ‘Bond Girl’ Talk to Groping

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A legislative aide in New York’s state capital grabbed the thigh of a lobbyist so hard at a fund-raiser that he left finger-shaped bruises on her skin. A top official at a state agency projected a picture of a colleague in a bikini for all to see in a meeting she was attending.

Another lobbyist described a legislator touching her thighs and feeling her chest in his State Assembly office. And a state senator said a male colleague told her she looked “like a Bond girl” as they sat near each other in the chamber.

The senator, Julia Salazar, who...
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Biden picks 1st woman to be Army secretary

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In historic first, President Joe Biden has nominated Christine Wormuth to serve as secretary of the Army. If confirmed she would be the first woman to hold the job.
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UN chief urges wealth tax of those who profited during COVID

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The United Nations chief says the world’s failure to unite on tackling COVID-19 has created wide inequalities
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Daunte Wright's death reignites 'Defund the Police' movement

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The death of 20-year-old Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota on Sunday has given new energy to the far-left "defund the police" movement.

Multiple progressive activists, politicians and groups have renewed their demands to cut police funding after Wright was shot during a traffic stop.

Our Revolution — a spinoff of Bernie Sanders' 2016 presidential campaign — called the death of Wright a "murder" and joined other progressive groups in calling for defunding the police.

"Enough is enough! The murder of Daunte Wright was NO ACCIDENT - it is...
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Poll Finds Republicans Particularly Opposed To 'Vaccine Passport' Messaging

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People who voted for Donald Trump were already some of the most likely to oppose getting vaccinated.

Now a poll shows the idea of a document, sometimes called a "passport," showing proof of vaccination is unpopular with that group as well. Forty-seven percent of Trump voters oppose this type of document, compared with 10% of Biden voters, the survey shows.

To be clear, the federal government has no plans for anything like this. But there are some efforts at the state level and among private institutions to give people the option of getting a...
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Biden's dog Major to undergo 'additional training' to help adjust to White House life after biting people

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The younger Biden family dog, Major, will undergo "additional training" as he tries to adjust to life in the White House, a spokesperson told Fox News.

First lady Jill Biden's press secretary Michael LaRosa said that Major would be going "off-site" for his training.

"The off-site, private training will take place in the Washington, D.C. area, and it is expected to last a few weeks," LaRosa said.

Major, a German Shepherd, has grabbed headlines on a couple of unfortunate occasions since the Biden family moved into the White House.

The dog has...
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McEnany reacts to deadly Minnesota police shooting: 'We always have to let the facts play out'

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"Outnumbered" co-host and former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany discussed the fatal police shooting of Daunte Walker on "The Story" Monday, telling host Martha MacCallum there needs to be "due process and fairness" as well as accountability.

MCENANY: We always have to let the facts play out. Let that process be underway, of due process for the officer. Look, this is a tragedy. There’s no two ways about it. I grieve for the mother, Katie Wright. I’ll be praying for her. One of the most emotional days I had in the White House as press...
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Marines' vaccine hesitancy presents early test for Biden as commander-in-chief

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Many U.S. Marines' hesitancy to receive coronavirus vaccinations could prove to be a sticking point for President Biden as some Democrats pressure him to mandate vaccinations for service members.

Nearly 40% of U.S. Marines who have been offered the coronavirus vaccine declined, according to data released last week. That translates to approximately 75,500 Marines who have received the vaccine, and approximately 48,000 who have declined the vaccine. More than 100,000 Marines have yet to be offered the coronavirus vaccine, however.

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Biden to nominate first woman secretary of the Army

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(CNN)President Joe Biden has picked Christine Wormuth to be the next secretary of the Army, the White House announced Monday, making her the first woman to hold the position if confirmed by the Senate.

Wormuth previously served as under secretary of defense for policy, where she worked on the Defense Department's counter-ISIS campaign.

"Christine is a true patriot with a dedicated career in service to America and our nation's security. As the former Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, Christine advanced the department's counter-ISIS campaign and...
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