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    In its hearing on Tuesday, the committee placed former President Donald J. Trump at the center of the violent chaos that erupted at the Capitol.
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    Trump Sought to Conceal Plans for March to Capitol, Panel Says

    The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack showed evidence that the former president wanted his call for supporters to descend on Congress to appear spontaneous.

     By Luke Broadwater and

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      Gov. Ron DeSantis signed Florida’s 15-week abortion ban into law at Nación de Fe church in Kissimmee, Fla., in April.
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      A Culture Warrior Goes Quiet: DeSantis Dodges Questions on Abortion Plans

      Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida faces political pressure from Republicans to further curb abortions — and risks to his re-election campaign and any presidential aspirations if he goes too far.

       By Maggie HabermanPatricia Mazzei and


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