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WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is expected to leave the White House for the final time as president Wednesday morning, according to two people familiar with his plans. People wait for a moving van after boxes were moved out of the Eisenhower Executive Office building inside the White House complex on Jan. 14, 2021. There are discussions underway, for example, for a ceremony at Joint Base Andrews where Trump would deliver remarks before leaving for Mar-a-Lago. This comes as people were seen at the White House Thursday packing boxes into moving trucks. Workers move boxes onto a truck on West Executive Avenue between the West Wing of the White House and the Eisenhower Executive Office Building at the White House on Jan. 14, 2021.
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A Pennsylvania man accused of hurling a fire extinguisher at a group of police officers during last week's Capitol riot has been arrested, authorities said. The charges against Sanford are not related to the death of U.S. Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick. The Associated Press and The New York Times have reported that Sicknick was struck by a fire extinguisher. He said that the thrown fire extinguisher was empty and that the officers who were struck reported no injuries. Authorities have said that five people died in the riot, including Sicknick and a woman who was shot by a Capitol police official inside the building.
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White House officials blame Rudy Giuliani for not one, but two impeachments of President Donald Trump, according to a report by The New York Times. The president was impeached over his role in the deadly Capitol riots, which were largely fueled by Trump supporters' unsubstantiated belief the election was "stolen," an idea Giuliani has strongly pushed. Though White House officials are reportedly angry with Giuliani, one of Trump's advisors tweeted on behalf of the president and praised the former mayor. White House officials blame Rudy Giuliani for not one, but two impeachments of President Donald Trump, according to a report by The New York Times. However, while Trump may be on the mend with Giuliani, White House officials are "universally angry" with Giuliani, according to The Times, for encouraging the president to take actions that led to both of his impeachments.
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ET Covid-19 Live Updates: As Vaccine Eligibility Expands in U.S., So Does Confusion Amid a shifting rollout, at least 28 states have begun vaccinating older people, prompting questions about which groups get priority. Dr. David Kessler headed the Food and Drug Administration during the presidencies of George Bush and Bill Clinton. Dr. Kessler is close to Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease doctor, who became the leading governmental voice on the pandemic. “The very health of our nation is at stake,” Mr. Biden said. A $20 billion “national vaccine program” he announced envisions community vaccination centers around the country.
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Hospitals in England Struggle in the Grip of the Virus
  + stars: | 2021-01-15 | by ( Josh Holder | Marc Santora | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +13 min
Note: This data includes only general and acute beds, which make up the bulk of most hospitals’ beds, but excludes those in intensive care. Hospitals across the country are stretched to the brink with Covid-19 patients, medical staff are at their breaking point, and the death toll is soaring. Eleven National Health Service trusts in England now have more than half of their beds occupied by Covid-19 patients. The data includes most hospitals’ beds excluding those in intensive care. Cases have started to decline in all regions of England Cases per 100,000 people, by region 0 50 100 Nov. 17 Jan. 13 7-day average London 0 50 100 Nov. 17 Jan. 13 East of England 0 50 100 Nov. 17 Jan. 13 North West 0 50 100 Nov. 17 Jan. 13 South East 0 50 100 Nov. 17 Jan. 13 West Midlands 0 50 100 Nov. 17 Jan. 13 East Midlands 0 50 100 Nov. 17 Jan. 13 South West 0 50 100 Nov. 17 Jan. 13 North East 0 50 100 Nov. 17 Jan. 13 Yorkshire and The Humber Note: Regions sorted by highest number of confirmed cases per 100,000 people reported on Jan. 13.
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Has Trump's Reckoning Come Too Late? - The New York Times
  + stars: | 2021-01-15 | by ( Michelle Goldberg | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
“The problem existed before him, but it’s really flourished even more under his administration,” Johnson said of Trump. The Trump Impeachment › Answers to your questions about the impeachment process: The current impeachment proceedings are testing the bounds of the process, raising questions never contemplated before. Conviction in an impeachment trial does not automatically disqualify Mr. Trump from future public office. The Senate could hold a trial for Mr. Trump even after he has left office, though there is no precedent for it. The people at the Capitol who said they were there because the president wanted them to be weren’t necessarily delusional.
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ET PepsiCo Suspends Political Donations, Citing Capital Rampage: Live Updates RIGHT NOW Stocks slip as Joe Biden’s spending plan gives investors pause. PepsiCo joined companies that have suspended all political donations after the attack on the Capitol. The brokerage firm Charles Schwab said this week that it was shutting down its PAC, citing the divisive political environment. Stocks slip as Joe Biden’s spending plan gives investors pause. Joe Biden’s spending plans have provided a lift to markets in recent days, but that good feeling lost steam on Friday.
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ET Live Updates: Biden Plans Major Expansion of Vaccinations and Virus Relief President-elect Joe Biden unveiled an ambitious $1.9 trillion spending package. That means the trial will not effectively start until after Mr. Biden is sworn in on Wednesday, officials involved in the planning said. Mr. Romney was the only Republican last year to vote to convict Mr. Trump when the House impeached him for pressuring Ukraine to incriminate Mr. Biden. Speaking from Delaware on Thursday to introduce his sweeping economic plan, Mr. Biden urged lawmakers to come together and pass additional relief. “The very health of our nation is at stake,” Mr. Biden said, speaking from Delaware.
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ET Retail Sales Slump as Economic Recovery Shows Signs of Stalling: Live Updates RIGHT NOW Banks are starting to release their rainy-day reserves, giving their earnings a boost. JPMorgan Chase reported earnings of just over $12 billion, although the increase was attributed mostly to the newly freed funds. Still, the economic recovery that many thought would come once vaccinations began has been postponed, at least until the spring. Those gains have come even as fresh data shows the economic damage being done by the pandemic. On Friday, the Commerce Department said retail sales fell for a third-straight month in December, despite the holiday shopping season.
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Snapchat is shelling out millions to young users to create viral content on its platform, according to The New York Times. The move signals the company's plans to more heavily take on TikTok, which remains the most popular platform in the short-form video arena. Snapchat is shelling out millions to young users who create popular, viral content on the platform, according to a report from The New York Times' Taylor Lorenz. The move is a sign that Snap is determined to compete more heavily with TikTok in the short-form video arena. Read more: 10 TikTok creators break down how much money they earn from brandsPer the report, there are thousands of Snapchat users raking in payment in exchange for the creation of viral videos.
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ET Stocks Slip as Investors Weigh Challenges to Biden Plan: Live Updates RIGHT NOW Stocks slip as investors consider political prospects of Biden’s spending plan. S&P 500 - % Dow - % Nasdaq - %Stocks slip as investors consider political prospects of Biden’s spending plan. Investors expressed some disappointment that Mr. Biden’s plan seemed to push off action on infrastructure spending. PepsiCo joined companies that have suspended all political donations after the attack on the Capitol. IBM has forbidden corporate political donations for more than a century.
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The FBI is investigating 37 people in connection with the death of Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick, who died after being assaulted by the mob that stormed the Capitol last Wednesday. The FBI is investigating more than three dozen people in connection with the killing of Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick, The New York Times reported Friday, citing an FBI memo. Sicknick died last Thursday at the hospital, where he was being treated for "injuries sustained while on-duty," USCP said in a statement. Over the weekend, numerous law enforcement officials from the Capitol and DC lined the streets for a procession for the fallen officer. "Officer Sicknick died in the line of duty as a US Capitol Police Officer but did so living up to the oath he swore in the military: to protect and defend the Constitution," she wrote in a request, according to the AP.
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ET Covid-19 Live Updates: 2 Million Dead Around World From Virus Amid a shifting rollout, at least 28 states have begun vaccinating older people, prompting questions about which groups get priority. Advertisement Continue reading the main storyThe C.D.C warns that the new virus variant could fuel huge spikes in coronavirus cases. A plant in Marburg that BioNTech purchased last year is expected to start producing vaccine doses soon. A healthcare worker receives a Covid-19 vaccine at Mount Sinai hospital in Manhattan last month. Mr. Biden has promised 100 million Covid-19 vaccine shots will be administered during his first 100 days in office.
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Pence called Kamala Harris this week to offer assistance ahead of inauguration
  + stars: | 2021-01-15 | by ( Kevin Breuninger | ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -0.66   time to read: +1 min
Vice President Mike Pence listens during a briefing about the upcoming presidential inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, at FEMA headquarters, January 14, 2021, in Washington. Vice President Mike Pence called his soon-to-be successor, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, to congratulate her and offer his assistance before she and President-elect Joe Biden are sworn in next Wednesday, a person familiar with the matter said. The phone call on Thursday between Pence and Harris marked their first discussion since they debated publicly last fall during the vicious presidential campaign. President Donald Trump, who spent weeks angrily denying his election loss to Biden while falsely asserting widespread fraud, has not called the incoming president. The New York Times first reported the call, which it described as gracious and pleasant.
Persons: Mike Pence, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Pence, Harris, Donald Trump, Biden, Trump, Karen Pence, Trump's Organizations: FEMA, U.S, Capitol, House, Biden, NBC News, The New York Times Locations: Washington, Florida
ET Live Updates: Police Investigating Whether Lawmakers Gave Mob Members Tour of Capitol Before Riot The Capitol Police are looking into whether members of Congress inappropriately gave visitors access to the Capitol ahead of last week’s assault. That means the trial will not effectively start until after Mr. Biden is sworn in on Wednesday, officials involved in the planning said. The latter option may be more appealing to Mr. Biden, but it could undercut Democrats’ argument that Congress must move urgently to impeach and try Mr. Trump. Speaking from Delaware on Thursday to introduce his sweeping economic plan, Mr. Biden urged lawmakers to come together and pass additional relief. Mr. Trump immediately seized on the investigation, using it as evidence to his false and discredited theories of widespread voter fraud.
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ET Amazon Workers in Alabama to Vote on Union: Live Updates RIGHT NOW Stocks slip as investors consider political prospects of Biden’s spending plan. S&P 500 - % Dow - % Nasdaq - %Amazon workers in Alabama will begin a unionization vote by mail next month. The vote to unionize at an Amazon fulfillment center in Bessemer, Ala., is the first large union election at the company. But the vote in Alabama covers the vast majority of the 6,200 workers, including seasonal employees, in the sprawling fulfillment center outside Birmingham. The tech giant’s advocacy is noteworthy because these issues aren’t related directly to its business and they’re not backed by a company political action committee.
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He thought instant noodles would be a success, and he worked for a year to find the solution. These were the perfect circumstances for instant ramen to succeed. In 1968, instant ramen was estimated to hit 3.5 billion servings. At age 61, it was time to make instant noodles even more instant. Today, instant-ramen consumption in the US is over 4.5 billion servings per year and over 100 billion servings globally.
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ET Live Updates: Police Investigating Whether Lawmakers Gave Rioters Tour of Capitol Before Siege The Capitol Police are looking into whether members of Congress inappropriately gave visitors access to the Capitol ahead of last week’s assault. But Mr. Lindell’s ability to walk into the Oval Office and meet with Mr. Trump underscored the type of conspiracy theorists who still appeal to Mr. Trump, so long as they are saying what he wants to hear. Everytown for Gun Safety is calling for a ban on firearms in state Capitol buildings, polling places and vote-counting sites. Mr. Trump immediately seized on the investigation, using it as evidence to his false and discredited theories of widespread voter fraud. Lawmakers hid under their desks from violent protesters after President Trump encouraged them during a rally to head to the Capitol.
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Not only does each vaccination mean one less person is in danger; it also means one person less likely to transmit the coronavirus to someone else. But since the vaccines reduce the disease by about 95 percent, and, according to preliminary data, even asymptomatic infection by about two-thirds, it would be unlikely that they don’t also reduce transmission. After a local health care clinic in New York apparently distributed some vaccines to people in the neighborhood who weren’t health care workers, Gov. Unfortunately, and predictably, though, such restrictions quickly resulted in vaccines being thrown out when medical providers couldn’t quickly find people who fit the strict criteria. Even in hospitals, some medical personnel haven’t been vaccinated because they’ve “been thwarted by the process” — setting up accounts, wrangling the technology.
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ET Covid-19 Live Updates: Over Two Million Around the World Have Died From the Virus President-elect Joe Biden plans a big vaccination push, despite limited supplies. He has vowed to have 100 million doses in arms during his first 100 days in office, and other governments have likewise made ambitious pledges. Federal officials had promised that 20 million people would be immunized before the end of 2020, but only about 9.7 million have received their first dose so far. Overall, only about 36 percent of the 30.6 million doses that have been distributed have been injected into arms, according to federal data. A plant in Marburg that BioNTech purchased last year is expected to start producing vaccine doses soon.
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This claim is false: at 9:33am the headline of the article read “Diehard Trump Supporters Gather in Nations Capital to Protest Election Results” and it was later updated to reflect the storming of the Capitol. “Deep State and “False flag” are terms often used in conspiracy theory narratives, the most popular being QAnon (here). The image of the NPR article is authentic, and can still be seen on the NPR website here with the Jan. 6, 9:33AM ET time stamp and the “Trump Supporters Storm U.S. Capitol, Clash with Police” headline. It can also be seen in the text of the article’s URL which includes the original headline and the word “updates”, seen here . The headline of the article was updated as the events unfolded in the Capitol.
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And ultimately that decision would be between Secretary Nielsen and the president," Hamilton told the Office of Inspector General, according to the report. During an April 20, 2018 meeting at the Justice Department, then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Rosenstein, Hamilton and others met with Nielsen, says the report. There, according to notes from Hamilton, "the Attorney General and the Deputy Attorney General both expressed a willingness to prosecute adults in family units if DHS made the decision to start referring such individuals for prosecution." Sessions refused to be interviewed by the Inspector General and could not be reached for comment. Biden made that pledge in a news conference last week, noting that his Attorney General would ultimately make the decision on who to prosecute.
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Trump relented and instead hunkered down at the White House to watch television images of the mob rioting he is accused of triggering. Trump’s last days in the White House have been marked by rage and turmoil, multiple sources said. The White House declined to comment for this story. If convicted by the Senate in a trial that would occur after he has left the White House, Trump could be banned from holding federal office again. “I would be floored if that were to happen,” another White House official said.
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WASHINGTON — President-Elect Joe Biden has tapped Jaime Harrison to lead the Democratic National Committee, which will meet next week to elect a new chairman, a senior Democrat close to the DNC confirmed to NBC News. Harrison, 44, the former South Carolina Democratic Party chairman, ran for the top national job in 2017 and lost to Tom Perez, who is now leaving the chairman job. Harrison raised over $130 million in his 2020 Senate bid and attracted national attention from liberals looking to oust Graham, but fell about 10 percentage points short. “We were in a ditch,” Perez told NBC recently of the state of the party when he took over. He’s very very attuned to the job of winning up and the down ballot, and not just federal races,” Perez said.
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REUTERS/Carlo AllegriMSCI’s all-country world index was last trading in barely positive territory but was well off its record-high levels of the session. Stocks began to pare gains and the dollar drifted lower after Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell struck a dovish tone in comments at a virtual symposium with Princeton University. “We had a pretty good rally in the fourth quarter and a decent rally so far this year,” he said. The pan-European STOXX 600 index rose 0.72% and MSCI’s gauge of stocks across the globe gained 0.01%. The dollar index fell 0.071%, with the euro down 0.02% to $1.2154.
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