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  1. A New York judge has ordered Rudy Giuliani to testify next month as a witness before the Fulton County, Georgia, grand jury that’s investigating Donald Trump’s attempts to undermine the 2020 election.

  2. Members of the conservative Republican Study Committee thanked former Vice President Mike Pence for his actions on January 6 and encouraged him to run for President during a private meeting on Wednesday near the US Capitol in Washington, according to multiple attendees.

  3. The Uvalde, Texas, schools superintendent has recommended the firing of Pete Arredondo, the school police chief who oversaw the response to May’s mass shooting at Robb Elementary School, according to a Board of Education meeting agenda.

  4. Alex Murdaugh has pleaded not guilty to the 2021 murders of his wife and son — the latest charges the disgraced South Carolina attorney faces.

  5. CNN’s Don Lemon discusses his interview with Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams about the impact of President Joe Biden’s job approval rating on her race in Georgia and what it could mean for Democrats in the midterm elections.

  6. Ivana Trump, a longtime businessperson and an ex-wife of former President Donald Trump, will be mourned Wednesday in New York.

  7. Former President Donald Trump’s political committees have paid nearly $2.2 million this year to six law firms whose attorneys have represented witnesses before the House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, insurrection, a CNN review of new campaign filings shows.

  8. Former Secret Service agent Jonathan Wackrow believes the now missing text messages sent by Secret Service personnel on January 6 are a result of “sloppy governance” rather than a criminal cover-up.

  9. Facebook-parent Meta is weighing whether to relax its policies against Covid-19 misinformation, proposing a shift from removing false claims to simply labeling or demoting them.

  10. New survey results published Tuesday by the Kaiser Family Foundation indicate that 43% of parents of children under 5 in the US say they will not get their child vaccinated against Covid-19, the highest percentage in the year that KFF’s Vaccine Monitor survey has been asking the question.

  11. President Joe Biden feels well enough to resume physical exercise on his fifth day with Covid-19, his doctor said Tuesday in a letter.

  12. It may not have been a mountain of pirate treasure, but archaeologists have discovered remnants of a centuries-old shipwreck that they believe inspired the movie “The Goonies.”

  13. TikTok on Wednesday said it would share more data with certain researchers to study activity on the platform amid renewed scrutiny of the short-form video app’s impact on society and its ties to Beijing.

  14. The House of Representatives voted Friday evening to ban assault-style weapons, sending the bill to the Senate where it’s not expected to advance.

  15. Dozens of people have been injured in Baghdad on Saturday after protesters rallying against the nomination of a new prime minister managed to breach the Iraqi capital’s heavily fortified Green Zone for the second time this week.

  16. Amid an action-packed election night in five states, comments from a debate for a congressional primary set to take place later this month still managed to send shockwaves through the Democratic Party.

  17. As parents like me get ready to send our kids back to school this fall, we’re required to submit paperwork proving that our children are up to date on their routine childhood vaccinations. But while kids 6 months through 4 years of age finally became eligible for Covid-19 vaccines this summer, they largely aren’t required to get them in order to go to school. On top of that, most school districts are making masks optional.

  18. A 26-year-old man who was arrested for starting a wildfire told Utah authorities he had been attempting to kill a spider with a lighter when he started the blaze, according to the Utah County Sheriff’s Office.

  19. Photojournalist Jonathan Rivas was documenting the horrors of the McKinney Fire in California, when all of a sudden, he captured the moment a lost puppy emerged from the destruction.

  20. • Trump takes the Fifth at deposition
    • Wall Street Journal: Informant tipped off investigators about more documents at Mar-a-Lago
    • These documents are the ‘Rosetta Stone’ of FBI’s Mar-a-Lago search, Elie Honig says
    • Opinion: Ominous warnings after search of Trump’s home make no sense

  21. There are lots of great reasons to decide to go “dry” in January and give up alcohol. Perhaps you imbibed a bit too much over the holidays, or want to start a diet or exercise routine and can’t afford the calories or the zap in energy and motivation that drinking can bring.

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