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  1. DOJ lets Trump officials join congressional Jan. 6 probes: reports

    DOJ lets Trump officials join congressional Jan. 6 probes: reports

    The DOJ said officials can offer "unrestricted testimony" to congressional select committees investigating the Capitol riot, The New York Times said.

  2. Apple crushes earnings estimates despite global supply chain shortages

    Apple crushes earnings estimates despite global supply chain shortages

    The iPhone maker reported $81.4 billion in revenue, 36% above the same period last year, as the world rebounded from the pandemic.

  3. Ron DeSantis quietly met anti-maskers, vaccine skeptics after vax push

    Ron DeSantis quietly met anti-maskers, vaccine skeptics after vax push

    The Florida governor met with a group including a doctor who suggested acquiring "natural immunity" over a vaccine, The Daily Beast reported.

  4. 19yo restaurant manager earns $50K, manages 22 people: Job diary

    19yo restaurant manager earns $50K, manages 22 people: Job diary

    Jason Cabrera, 19, of Layne's Chicken Fingers, told Insider he's on his feet all day — but doesn't "feel anything" because he's "really young."

  5. These 20 millennial Democratic campaign operatives are reshaping politics in the US

    These 20 millennial Democratic campaign operatives are reshaping politics in the US

    "Missed dinners, birthdays, and weekends are just the beginning," said one of the many millennial campaign staffers working in the 2022 midterms and other US campaigns.

  6. 25% who rely on Facebook for news won't get COVID shot: survey

    25% who rely on Facebook for news won't get COVID shot: survey

    People who relied on Facebook for their news were slightly more likely to reject a COVID-19 vaccine than those who relied on Fox News, per the survey.

  7. Biden administration to announce a vaccine mandate for federal employees on Thursday: report

    Biden administration to announce a vaccine mandate for federal employees on Thursday: report

    An estimated 2.1 million people work for the federal government, according to the Office of Personnel Management.

  8. Russia's risky flybys may be attempts at 'baiting us into shooting first,' top US admiral says

    Russia's risky flybys may be attempts at 'baiting us into shooting first,' top US admiral says

    "We're not going to do that first," Adm. Robert Burke said, "but I'm also not going to ask my commanding officers to take the first shot on the chin."

  9. Man faces charges after making graphic death threats to Fauci

    Man faces charges after making graphic death threats to Fauci

    Connally appeared to be disgruntled about Fauci's guidance on the COVID-19 vaccine, after one email noted Fauci's support of local vaccine mandates.

  10. Government lawyers won't back Rep. Mo Brooks in Capitol riots lawsuit

    Government lawyers won't back Rep. Mo Brooks in Capitol riots lawsuit

    Swalwell said in his filing that Brooks helped "incite the violence at the Capitol" when he told rioters to "start taking down names and kicking ass."