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Meadows cooperating with House January 6 committee, chairman says

Earlier this month, the committee threatened to seek a contempt referral​ for Meadows if he did not cooperate.
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Russia-Ukraine Live Updates: Blinken Meets With Russian Counterpart in Geneva
Secretary Blinken met with his Russian counterpart in Geneva Friday to discuss the situation in Ukraine. Follow Newsweek for the latest updates.
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‘Ozark’ Season 4 Part 1’s Ending Explained
What's the old saying? Out of the frying pan, and into the fire?
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Covid patient dealing with rare complication
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$1.3M in federal grants used to pay off tuitions
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Candidate describes horror of carjacking
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4-year-old dog at Humane Society stood up
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Man turns art into profession after football career abruptly ends
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Ceiling collapses due to heavy rainfall
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Man found dead in home with 100+ snakes
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Olivia Rodrigo unfollows boyfriend Adam Faze amid breakup rumors
Speculation that the pair may have split began to swirl after they spent New Year's Eve apart. We also hear the producer is moving from LA to New York.
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The Senate failed to restore this voting rights protection. My research shows it worked.
Since Shelby County v. Holder ended “preclearance" protections, states have had more leeway to make it harder to vote.
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Charles Barkley slams ‘clowns on other networks’ while destroying Lakers
During Thursday's "Inside the NBA," Barkley called out the Lakers' organization for seemingly scapegoating coach Frank Vogel and newly acquired guard Russell Westbrook for the team's recent struggles.
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Slain officer's sister says Facebook should be held liable for her brother's death
Speaking exclusively with CBS Morning's co-anchor Tony Dokoupil, Underwood Jacobs said her brother, federal Officer Pat Underwood, would still be alive today if it wasn't for Facebook.
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Find out what Tempo Move is and how it will help you get in shape
Kickstart your fitness journey with this effective and modern-day equipment. 
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Maryland’s temporary liquor laws helped save businesses, and that’s good for all
As we endure another coronavirus winter that will impose even greater obstacles to survival on restaurants and bars, our leaders must act decisively to keep these sensible relief measures in place.
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DeSantis campaign selling Fauci flip-flops urging him to 'pound sand'
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ reelection campaign is rolling out flip-flop merchandise named after Dr. Anthony Fauci.
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Republicans Should Rethink Idea-Free Campaigns
Party leaders have decided that running without a legislative agenda is the winning 2022 strategy. One problem with their plan: If it works, it’ll make governing painful.
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One Fairfax County schools pandemic modification should return and become permanent
If a two-class pass/fail option was a good solution last year, it remains a good solution this year.
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'As We See It' delivers a touching coming-of-age look at life on the spectrum
Best known for "Friday Night Lights," producer Jason Katims has crafted another small coming-of-age gem with "As We See It," adapting an Israeli series about a trio of 20-somethings on the autism spectrum, trying to find purpose and independence.
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Charging stations are not an impediment to electric cars in Virginia
We don't need as many charging stations as we have gas pumps, but we do need tax credits approved by the legislature fully funded.
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White House military office director leaving post
Maju Varghese, the director of the White House Military Office, is departing his post Friday after several years working in President Joe Biden's orbit.
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D.C. is making progress on homelessness, but there’s more to do
I see the headway we have made, the lessons learned from the pandemic and the opportunities that lie ahead.
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When We Were Young Festival—Everything We Know So Far
Despite initial reports stating the festival was to feature three stages, that information has now been updated to "multiple stages."
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Along the coast of Brittany, a search for our prehistoric ancestors
The Carnac Alignments, set in place some 6,500 years ago, provide a rocky path to our Neolithic past.
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One of the best wrestlers ever at Forest Park is now the coach, and that inspires these Bruins
Thomas Aloi, a 2013 state champion, is in his sixth season guiding the Bruins.
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Recent trends should keep NFL bettors away from road teams
Last year, for the fourth straight season, at least three of the four home teams advanced out of the divisional round.
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Rockstar singer Meat Loaf has died at 74
The singer, born Marvin Lee Aday, died Thursday, according to a family statement posted on his official Facebook page.       
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Artem Chigvintsev drops out of ‘DWTS’ tour over ‘unexpected health issues’
The "Dancing With the Stars" pro assured fans that he has every intention of returning once he gets better, writing, "Thank you for your patience and understanding."
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Pennsylvania cops fired over girl’s shooting death at football game
The Sharon Hill Borough Council voted 6-1 late Thursday to fire the officers — Devon Smith, Sean Dolan and Brian Devaney — charged in the Aug. 27 shooting that killed Fanta Bility.
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'The Girl From Plainville' Release Date, Cast, Trailer, Plot — All We Know So Far
Elle Fanning looks unrecognizable in Hulu's upcoming true-crime series, The Girl From Plainville.
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He’s never going to stop
If past is prologue, we can expect Trump to continue making false claims about the 2020 election forever.
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'Here we are again': State braces for 2nd winter storm within 1 week
Another storm is barreling through the South Friday, bringing freezing rain, sleet and snow to some areas already hard-hit by winter weather.
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PS5 Restock Update for Target, Best Buy, Walmart, Amazon, GameStop, PS Direct and More
Despite a number of restocks lately, the PS5 console is still quite difficult to get a hold of in the United States. Here is the latest restock update.
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Judge apologizes for shaming 72-year-old cancer patient for overgrown lawn
The comments from Michigan Judge Alexis Krot toward Burhan Chowdhury have been met with a backlash since a video of the court exchange was shared on social media this month.
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NBC News president says his network does not do 'advocacy journalism'
NBC News president Noah Oppenheim claimed he believes in the "old-school approach to journalism" and being tough to "both sides."
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Man fatally struck by Manhattan A train
A pedestrian was fatally struck by an A train at West 4th Street-Washington Square station in Greenwich Village at around 5:40 a.m.
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'Ozark' flies higher as the Byrdes begin the last leg of their journey
After ending the third season with a bang (pun intended), "Ozark" begins its fourth and final arc with a nail-biting sense of purpose, as the Byrdes continue their dangerous dance with people who you really don't want to get on their bad sides.
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Watch self-propelled electric RV you can park remotely
THOR Industries unveiled two electric RV concepts: a self-propelled Airstream trailer and an all-electric motorhome designed to ease range anxiety.
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China criticizes US missile sanctions as hypocrisy
China on Friday criticized Washington for imposing sanctions on Chinese companies the U.S. says exported missile technology, and accused the United States of hypocrisy for selling nuclear-capable cruise missiles.
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How to run for Congress — in one minute
Ever think you’d be better in Congress than, well, the people in Congress? It’s actually easier to start running a campaign than you might expect. CBS News’ Ed O'Keefe explains how to run for office — in one minute.
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"48 Hours" looks into the mystery of missing Colorado mom Suzanne Morphew
When Suzanne Morphew, a Colorado mother of two, vanished on Mother’s Day 2020, police initially thought maybe she was taken while riding her mountain bike. They also considered her husband. Then, bizarre clues emerged – a chipmunk alibi, a tranquilizer gun, a spy pen and an affair. "CBSN AM" anchor Anne-Marie Green speaks to KKTV reporter Ashley Franco about the case, which is featured on this week's "48 Hours."
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Meat Loaf’s ‘Bat Out of Hell’ life: Threesomes, groupie ghosts and Charles Manson
Overnight Friday, man born Marvin Lee Aday joined the great rock and roll band in the sky — but his wild man legend will live on forever.
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Bronx store workers stabbed, pistol-whipped by armed robbers
Five suspects barged into the store on Grand Concourse near East 170th Street in Mount Eden around 3 a.m..
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Francine Rivers' 'Redeeming Love' hits the big screen
Christian author Francine Rivers has taken "Redeeming Love" to the big screen.
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UFC 270: Michel Pereira planning on another spectacular show for fans
Michel Pereira became known as a wild and exciting fighter early in his UFC tenure, and he doesn't plan on changing much at UFC 270.       Related StoriesUFC 270: Michel Pereira planning on another spectacular show for fans - EnclosureJon Jones says he won't attend UFC 270: 'No need to flatter these big boys'UFC 270: Francis Ngannou says Ciryl Gane was never his teammate, Gane responds 
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