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It’s not clear if the House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol will formally say that former president Donald Trump broke the law in relation to the attack or to his efforts to overturn election results. But it would still be symbolically significant if a committee made up of Democrats and two Republicans, after nearly a year of investigating, formally accused Trump of committing crimes. If they did, what would the crimes be and will the US AG pursue charges?
The head of the Texas State Police on Tuesday offered a pointed and emphatic rebuke of the police response to a shooting last month at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, calling it “an abject failure” that ran counter to decades of training.
In his comments before a special State Senate committee in Austin, Steven McCraw, the director of the Department of Public Safety, provided the most complete public account yet of his agency’s month-old investigation and a forceful argument that officers at the scene could have — and should have — confronted the gunman without delay after arriving.
Abortion-rights groups vow to challenge state bans while abortion opponents push to bolster restrictions. At churches and Pride festivals, Americans respond with a range of emotions after Friday’s Supreme Court ruling striking down Roe v. Wade.
The 1619 Project (downloadable)
How UNC Chapel Hill Bungled a Star Hire-Nikole Hannah-Jones Chronicle of Higher Education
Chauvin Gets 22 1/2 Years in Prison for George Floyd’s Death AP News
Critical Race Theory American Bar Assoc.
13 Key Moments in Chauvin Trial New York Times
George Floyd Justice in Policing Act (US House Bill)
How Matt Gaetz Got Here (New York Times)
Minnesota killing adds to the anger...as Chauvin trial nears its end (Washington Post)
President Joe Biden's Cabinet picks, BallotPedia
Johns Hopkins Daily Covid-19 Tracker, Johns Hopkins University
Donald Trump Article of Impeachment
For Trump, the End is Coming Swiftly and With Stinging Rebukes (Washington Post)
The Rachel Maddow Show: Flint Water Crisis (video)
MIchelle Obama: Closing Argument (video)
The Election that Could Break America (The Atlantic)
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse SCOTUS Testimony
Dave Barry's Year in Review (Washington Post Magazine)
Rudy Giuliani's voice message to a person he believes is Tommy Tuberville (but it's not)
'No Realistic Plan' for Quick Vote on $2,000 Stimulus Checks (The New York Times)