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Lawsuits, death threats, rallies, investigations, the continued Big Lie: how the January 6 insurrection is still with us @amandacarpenter, @ashleyrallison and @RyanLizza discuss…
President Joe Biden is facing the biggest crisis point of his presidency @Phil_Mattingly reports…
New Covid-19 origins intel report gives inconclusive assessment @MarquardtA reports
Ida strengthens to a hurricane, evacuations underway across Gulf Coast @AllisonChinchar reports
Nearly eight months after the deadly insurrection on the U.S. Capitol, there are new concerns about security at the Capitol @MZanona reports
Texas House passes new voting restrictions despite Democrats' delay tactics @edlavaCNN reports
RFK assassin Sirhan Sirhan has been granted parole - and two of Kennedy's sons supported his release @NatashaChenCNN reports
Surge in COVID cases among children take toll on some U.S. schools @ashishkjha discusses
Judge rules against Florida governor's ban on school mask mandates @leylasantiago reports
Pentagon says U.S. military still in control of Kabul airport @kileycnn reports
Pentagon: U.S. in contact with more than 500 American citizens still trying to get out @OrenCNN reports
A bad week for two leading candidates in the California recall @KyungLahCNN reports
What’s really known about the livestock drug some are falsely pushing for COVID treatment @drsanjaygupta discusses
Former CIA Operative: You can't beat the Taliban, but you can buy them off @sbg1 and Bob Baer discuss
The legal fight escalates over mask mandates in schools @nickwattcnn reports
JUST IN: Sirhan Sirhan, the man convicted of assassinating Sen. Robert F. Kennedy in 1968, has been granted parole after serving more than 50 years in prison
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Rep. John Garamendi: “We do know that the Taliban is informed that there are certain people that need to be moved to the airport, so that clearances can be given for them. Beyond that, I don't believe that they're given any other information, nor should they.”
“You get it, and you’re sick, and you don't know if you’re going to live or die.” Many patients at an overwhelmed Mississippi hospital tell @miguelmarquez that they’ll now get the Covid-19 vaccine, but others still refuse.
GOP Rep. Michael McCaul says the fate of Afghan interpreters is “doomed.” “They say no one left behind. Well, we left them behind.”
ISIS-K claims responsibility for the attack near Kabul airport @OrenCNN reports…
U.S. service members and Afghans killed in suicide attacks outside Kabul airport @kileycnn reports…
Fmr Bush official working on evacuations: Biden admin 'not interested' in their evacuation efforts
The potential U.S. response in Afghanistan after an attack killed 12 U.S. service members Gen. Mark Kimmitt and Phil Mudd discuss
Signs of a continued evacuation mission in Afghanistan after an attack killed 12 U.S. service members CNN's @Phil_Mattingly, @OrenCNN, @kylieatwood and @NicRobertsonCNN report
CNN's Nic Robertson reports on the NATO allies' reaction to the Kabul attacks @NicRobertsonCNN reports
A closer look at the targets attacked at the Kabul airport @tomforemancnn reports
CNN's @kylieatwood on continuing efforts to evacuate Americans and Afgans
How should the U.S. respond to Taliban's deadly security failure at the Kabul airport? @CedricLeighton, @KimDozier and Phil Mudd discuss
The nightmare scenario Intel officials have warned about since the beginning of evacuation efforts has tragically come true @jaketapper reports
CNN's @jimsciutto on ISIS-K claiming responsibility for Kabul terrorist attacks
Biden braces for fallout as his dire warnings of a Kabul terror attack come true @Phil_Mattingly reports
CNN's @barbarastarrcnn reports on Pentagon concerns about more attacks in Afghanistan
President Biden warns those behind the Kabul airport attack: “To those who carried out this attack, as well as anyone who wishes America harm, know this: We will not forgive. We will not forget. We will hunt you down and make you pay”
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Amb. Ryan Crocker, former US ambassador to Afghanistan: “That's one way to end a war: surrender. It's real quick, but the war is yet to come. This whole withdrawal announcement and process has been an enormous morale boost for Islamic radicals everywhere.”
Ahmad Shah Mohibi, a former US counterterrorism adviser in Afghanistan, says President Biden “needs to work on his strategy and a better evacuation plan” following today's attacks. “What happened should have not happened. … At the moment, it's a crisis happening.”
Rep. Jason Crow, a veteran, on how he thinks President Biden should respond to the Kabul airport attack: “What I hope that he does is say that we will be resolute, we will get the job done. The mission is not over until we get American citizens out and we get our partners out.”
State Dept claims briefer who said 4,100 Americans need rescue from Afghanistan ‘misspoke’ CNN’s @kaitlancollins reports…
Does the Biden administration know how many Americans and legal residents need to be rescued from Afghanistan? @jaketapper reports…
The major factor that likely explains the surge in cases among children @drsanjaygupta reports
New York state revises its Covid-19 death toll upward by nearly 12,000 people, correcting ex-Gov. Cuomo @brynnCNN reports
Could Herschel Walker win a Georgia Senate seat? @RameshPonnuru, @OKnox, @brittanys and @MariaTCardona discuss
House Select Committee on January 6 requests enormous amount of documents on Trump, his family & top aides @SchneiderCNN reports
A #DigitalDunkirk: A grassroots effort to connect trapped Afghans to somebody inside the Kabul airport @kylieatwood reports
Evacuations at Kabul airport continue but many are having trouble crossing Taliban checkpoints @npwcnn reports
The cascade of FDA requests from Covid vaccine makers @nickwattcnn reports
Dr. @JReinerMD: Delta Air Lines plans to charge unvaccinated employees $200 a month is not enough
What happens if Newsom loses the recall election? @DavidChalian reports
Pentagon describes Herculean evacuation effort @OrenCNN reports
U.S. concerned about 'very specific threat stream' from ISIS-K against crowds outside Kabul airport @jimsciutto reports
“It looks heroic…but that's not what it is. It's sweaty and hard and chaotic and bloody.” Nurses at a Mississippi hospital say they are at a breaking point due to Covid-19. Some are choosing to leave their profession because of burnout and stress.
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