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Doing politics. He has an agenda. That is not the rule of law. That is CBS's Robert Costa reporting. Meanwhile, members of Congress are intently watching developments linked to that indictment, WTO's Mitchell Miller has more today on the hill. Democratic senator Joe Manchin represents West Virginia a state that strongly supported the former president. Manchin says he hopes the prosecution has been thorough in putting together such a sensitive case. In the United States of America, you're not above the law and on the other hand, no person should be targeted by the law either. Ohio Republican congressman Mike Turner, who also spoke on CNN's State of the Union, says he's waiting for the case to play out, but he remains concerned that it's politically motivated. When this comes out and we finally get to see what's happening, if this is politically motivated, this will be a shame on our criminal justice system. Other House Republicans have called for the New York district attorney to testify before Congress about the probe. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO. He recently led the charge against the local religious school during a sex abuse case. Now that lawyer is facing child pornography charges, Michael dolce represented families who sued the Washington Hebrew congregation preschool in 2019. That stemmed from allegations, a male teacher sexually abused at least 8 children. FBI agents say when they executed a search warrant, they found dolce actively looking at explicit images of adolescent girls in his bed has reached out to dolce's lawyer for comment. You're ready to pay more for gas this summer could hit four bucks a gallon, the expected price increase is being driven by Saudi Arabia and other major oil producers who announced surprise cuts, totaling more than a million barrels a day from May until the end of the year, that, of course, is expected to increase your price price at the pump. The move will likely strain ties with the U.S., which is called on the Saudis and other allies to increase production. More than 50 years after humans last visited the moon, NASA today will announce the names of the next astronauts to go there. Last November's

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