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Say Trump gets out now in the name of humanity. He refused to accept the Fascist America. Nation of New York. Congressional agree representative Hakeem Jeffries. The insurrection that was violently perpetrated by enemy combatants and sedition ists was an attempt to halt a constitutional process and overthrow the government. Has more riders are arrested for the assault on the U. S. Capitol. Federal agents investigate their intentions. CBS is Katherine Harris reports, a senior law enforcement official tells CBS News investigators are focusing on potential motives and why some individuals brought weapons and zip ties that can function as plastic handcuffs. To metal pipe bombs found Wednesday at the Democrat and Republican National Committee headquarters are described by law enforcement as taking their probe to the next level. The president has been banned from Twitter for life more from CBS is Paula Read, the president responded, using an official at POTUS account Tweeting a lengthy statement where he declared We will not be silenced. Twitter swiftly deleted those tweets and said Further use of that account will be limited. New Jersey expands its vaccination sites as health care workers received the second dose of the covert 19 vaccine in New Jersey. I shall like it's an extra coat of armor, you know, Having that second vaccine first responders started lining up for their new line of protection. This old Sears in Rockaway was repurposed for the pandemic has one of the state's six vaccination mega sites, which will Eventually be a place for the general public to get its shots. But state health Commissioner Judy Person, Kelly admits there's a long way to go. We're just about a 36% of the available doses being actually administered into the arm. WCBS TV is Jessica Layton and airline tells over a dozen passengers to choose another airline. Next time Alaska Airlines has banned 14 people from future travel after it says they were rowdy, argumentative and refused to wear masks on flight. 10 80. Five from Washington Dulles to Seattle on Thursday night. The airline calls it unacceptable and says it has apologized to guests who were made uncomfortable. It also says to date it has banned over 300 passengers for violating its mask policy since it went into effect last August. Jennifer Keiper CBS News in Indonesia, Debris found by fishermen has been examined to see if it's from a plane that lost contact with air traffic controllers minutes after taking off from the capital. Boeing 7 37 500 was carrying 62 people. The domestic flight was on its way from Jakarta to Indonesia's Borneo island. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T o p AP 703.

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