Biden leaving shortly for CNN Town Hall amid economic, Covid crises; Trump team: Giuliani is no longer representing Trump; 5M+ without power, most in Texas where temps are below freezing; Lawmaker sues Trump for conspiracy to incite Capitol riot; U.S. has given 55M+ vaccine doses, averaging 1.7M per day; Murder, vandalism, assaults on the rise against Asian-Americans;
Bipartisan group of govs asks Biden to improve vaccine rollout; WH weekly vaccine supply increasing to 13.5 million doses; Fauci: It will take until end of summer or early fall to vaccinate vast majority of Americans; CDC says schools should reopen, but new guidance advises most schools to stay closed right now; GOP Sen Johnson downplays Capitol attack: “This didn’t seem like an armed insurrection to me”; Toomey could face censure for voting to convict Trump; New Covid-19 cases sink to lowest level since October; Fauci: Don’t get complacent as new Covid cases decrease; White House: Biden would support 9/11- style commission to investigate Capitol riot; CDC: Overdose deaths hit 12-month record during pandemic; Dem Rep. Dean and son write book about his struggles with drug abuse and recovery; Nasty winter weather snarls Covid vaccinations nationwide; Several cold temps, snow forced Ford to close F-150 plant, slow FedEx deliveries nationwide; Calls for carbon monoxide poisoning across Texas, more than 90 incidents in Houston alone; Houston Police: Woman and child died of carbon monoxide poisoning after car left running in garage to create heat; Public schools in Dallas and Houston cancel classes, officials warn of “dire” conditions without power; Anti-Asian hate crime reports surge across U.S. during pandemic; San Francisco Police: Suspect arrested after elderly Asian man assaulted “due to perceived race”;
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