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January 6: Focus on Jeff Merkley's Office and Missing Laptop | emptywheel
Two days ago, I noted that discovery correspondence in the case of Long Island CPA Justin McAuliffe suggests he may know something about what happened to Jeff Merkley's laptop, which was stolen during the riot.
WATCH: Biden Speaks in Louisiana About the American Jobs Plan
President Joe Biden is speaking in Lake Charles, Louisiana on Thursday as part of a push to promote his American Jobs Plan.
Biden Admin Supports Ending Vaccine Patents. AOC Says "Let's Do Insulin Next."
Officials in the Biden administration expressed support Wednesday for waiving COVID-19 vaccine patents in order to help other countries around the world (particularly those that might not be able to buy doses in bulk at higher costs) develop their own vaccines, which could help control the spread of the virus and prevent the occurrence of new variants.
Facebook's Oversight Board Isn't Enough. The Government Must Regulate Big Tech.
Former President Donald Trump will continue to stay off Facebook after the company's oversight board ruled Wednesday that his ban was justified for creating "an environment where a serious risk of violence was possible."
Florida's DeSantis Bars All Media Except Fox at Voter Suppression Bill Signing
Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill into law on Thursday imposing new restrictions on voting, such as making it harder to vote by mail and criminalizing the handing out of food and water to people in voting lines.
Justice Department Raises Concerns Over Cyber Ninjas' "Audit" of Arizona Ballots
The Department of Justice's (DOJ) Civil Rights Division has expressed serious concerns over an audit of the 2020 election in Arizona's largest county, noting that the firm hired to conduct the review may be taking illegal actions.
Military Industrial Complex Exerts Powerful Influence on Biden's Foreign Policy
Given how progressive many of the initial Biden administration domestic policy actions have been, its foreign policy seems incongruous to some.
'Amtrak Joe' Biden's moving story about conductor called into question
President Biden appeared to go off the rails with a heartfelt story about reaching 1.5 million miles on Amtrak and being personally congratulated by a conductor - after it emerged the Amtrak worker actually retired some 20 years before his story took place.
Bidenomics Really Is Something New
The president is willing to take on political fights that Obama and Clinton considered unwise, if not unwinnable. Will that strategy pay off?
Trump-Appointed Judge Rules Against CDC's Moratorium on Evictions Amid Pandemic
Delivering another blow to people across the United States still struggling financially during the coronavirus pandemic and related economic crisis, a Trump-appointed federal judge on Wednesday vacated the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's temporary federal eviction moratorium, which was set to expire at the end of next month.