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"I saw death, and I saw life, for me as well as for the Earth. And I felt such sadness, empathy, sorrow, for the Earth. The Earth is less bright than it used to be... And I wept for that."

- Legendary actor William Shatner details his experience in space
"There will be, I predict, a criminal referral. We're going to try to charge these people with criminal contempt. That's a crime when Steve Bannon did not show up when he was told to show up... to testify before the US Congress."
- Jan. 6 select committee member Rep. Jamie Raskin
Progressive Sen. Sanders hammers moderate Sens. Manchin & Sinema over their demands to pare down Dems' spending plans, saying it's "simply unfair that two members of the Senate think that they have a right to obstruct what the overwhelming majority of the American people want."
"This settlement, it's a great thing for my family, but it's a message to government employees and civil servants…this is the current DOJ standing up for fairness," says former FBI Dep. Director Andrew McCabe, who settled a lawsuit with the DOJ today, getting his pension back.
"Interpret this: We are serious about this," says GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger who serves on the Jan. 6 select committee.

"Anybody who's been subpoenaed now or in the future, think twice before you reject a lawful order from Congress," he warns.
The contempt for Congress and the law shown by Jan. 6 rioters, is personified by Steve Bannon, says @andersoncooper.

"It came as no surprise today that instead of sitting for a deposition, Bannon defied the House Jan, 6 committee's subpoena." #KeepingThemHonest
Americans are divided almost equally on how President Biden is handling his job as President according to a new CNN poll.

@ForecasterEnten breaks down the numbers with @andersoncooper.
Star Trek's William Shatner became the oldest person to reach space today.

"We need more people who are not traditional astronauts to go into space," says Neil deGrasse Tyson. "…You'll see a much greater range of reactions…send actors…and poets…musicians, and journalists."
"Our democracy did survive Jan. 6… but it came very close," says says Daniel Ziblatt, a co-author of "How Democracies Die."

"Our democracy survived, but just barely. So we shouldn't rest easy. I think we should take this very seriously."
" We in the Congress will proceed as we must, either to hear the testimony that they are obliged to provide, or to take all other steps available to us to get the testimony," says Democratic Rep. Zoe Lofgren as several former Trump aides refuse to talk to Congress.
There's more information from Gabby Petito's autopsy that cannot yet be released, says coroner

"There is more information, but because it's an ongoing investigation, that information is not going to be released," says Teton County Coroner Dr. Brent Blue
CNN's Andrew Kaczynski (@KFILE) ran the Boston Marathon in honor of his infant daughter Francesca "Beans," who died of brain cancer last year. Team Beans raised more than $200,000 in support of childhood cancer research at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
CNN's @elspethreeve visits a hospital in rural Missouri where one employee tells her she's willing to lose her job rather than get a Covid-19 vaccine.
Many of the very same Republican lawmakers who fled the violent mob that stormed the Capitol are now "hitching their wagons to the man and the idea responsible for the worst act of political violence since the Civil War," says @johnberman #KeepingThemHonest
Did you know the connection? @LisaLing is in Detroit to find out how a 1982 murder sparked the Asian American civil rights movement that continues today. Watch the season premiere of #ThisIsLife, tonight at 10 p.m. ET/PT, only on @CNN
.@sarasidnerCNN takes viewers inside Instagram's negative impact on teenage girls.
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This is the line @JohnBerman quoted on @CNN just now: "An unpunished coup is a training exercise."
Conditions may be improving in the search for Brian Laundrie, who officials say was under surveillance before disappearing.

@randikaye reports from Florida.
Are Democratic lawmakers who are investigating the first coup attempt this country has ever seen, taking a butter knife to a gunfight? asks @JohnBerman #KeepingThemHonest
"I'm certainly cautiously optimistic... whether or not we see another surge of the virus depends in part on what we do to really accelerate vaccination rates," says US Surgeon Gen. @vivek_murthy.
When dealing with a contagious variant, "the virus can spread very quickly," he adds
"None of this is history yet, and sadly, it is still current events."

On former President Trump's ongoing efforts to overturn the election and subvert justice, @AndersonCooper is #KeepingThemHonest.
"I want to press my nose up against the plastic window. What I don't want to see is somebody else out there looking back at me."

William Shatner, 90, known for playing Captain Kirk on 'Star Trek,' jokes with @AndersonCooper about his plans for for space travel.
A criminal referral to the Department of Justice "is one of the tools for noncompliance" available to lawmakers, says Democratic Rep. Pete Aguilar, as a Jan. 6 committee subpoena deadline looms for former Trump aides.
"In about 28 hours, we'll know whether these…public servants, have any devotion to the laws…they once swore to serve… [or] whether they owe their allegiance entirely…to the former President," says @andersoncooper on whether former Trump aides will answer their subpoenas.
"It is a huge watershed moment, but only if we actually do something with the information," says Yaël Eisenstat, former global head of elections integrity ops for political advertising at Facebook, after a number internal company documents were leaked.
"Facebook likes to say it was built to bring people together," says @andersoncooper.

"Today, it did bring people together. For the first time in a long time Democratic and Republican[s]…were together, united in their praise of whistle-blower Frances Haugen." #KeepingThemHonest
Women are being pushed out of public life in Afghanistan, reports @clarissaward.

She provides an inside look at what it's like now for women living under Taliban rule in Kabul.
"It's like a game... of whack a behemoth," says Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar on her fight in Congress to reign in big tech.

"Every corner I go around in this Capitol there's some new lobbyist," she says. "...At some point we have to get this done."
"Political stress is approaching civil war levels and the question is, how could we bring the temperature of the country down?" says former democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang on why he is leaving the Democratic Party.
A doctor's book with mistruths on Covid-19 is still for sale on Amazon.

@randikayeCNN reports.
NYU professor Scott Galloway says he fears Facebook may not change its practices "until there is a perp walk."

"Until a tech executive does a per walk, it's more of the same, in my view," he tells @andersoncooper.
John Tye, attorney for Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen, says the social media giant has refused to make "a few very simple changes" that would have "a huge impact on the spread of misinformation, conspiracy theories, violent and inciting content, hate speech."
The US has surpassed 700,000 Covid-19 deaths.

"So many of these deaths were preventible," says @DrSanjayGupta. "It was inaction…ineptitude, the fact that we don't have a true health care system, as much as a sick care system…racial inequities…fealty to individual liberties"
Democratic Rep. Ro Khanna says Senate moderates need to provide a detailed description of what they are willing to slash from a spending package rather than just naming their "top-line."
Rep. Pramila Jayapal says she sees renewed commitment to pass both spending packages, but adds it will "take us a little bit of time to negotiate."

"What we are clear on is we're not doing one and leaving the other behind," she said. "The President reemphasized that today."
Why do some health care workers not want the Covid-19 vaccine?

@DrSanjayGupta speaks with a nurse who is one of the tens-of-millions of Americans who are eligible to get vaccinated, but haven't.
What do Arizona voters think of Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, as she continues to take a central role in spending negotiations in Washington?

@edlavaCNN reports from Scottsdale.
“I do not think the infrastructure bill is going to come to a vote tonight,” says Democratic Rep. Pramila Jayapa, a key progressive.

“If I had to bet I would say that there is not going to be vote tonight,” she adds.
The bipartisan infrastructure bill “will not succeed” if it gets a vote in the House tomorrow, says Sen. Bernie Sanders.

“If we pass that bill tomorrow, we lose the leverage that we have here,” he says referring to Democrats’ economic spending package.
"The President keeps begging her, tell us what you want. Put a proposal forward," says Rep. Ro Khanna of Senator Kyrsten Sinema.

"One Senator, Kyrsten Sinema, is holding up the will of the entire Democratic Party."
"Right now, I think the heat and the humidity are going to be his biggest challenges. He's going to have to stay hydrated," says survival expert Steve Claytor of Brian Laundrie.
"I can tell you what I would take with me...I would take, definitely some type of water purification."
"The question has always been, could different choices by this President and the former President, have kept the Taliban at bay."

On Senate testimony regarding the US troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, @JohnBerman is #KeepingThemHonest.
A big lie: @edlavanderiaCNN reports on a Colorado investigation into a local election official who became a conspiracy theorist, spreading fear and paranoia in the community and beyond.
Democratic strategist John Podesta says Dems could face "a heavy political price" if they don't come to an agreement to move forward Pres. Biden's agenda.

"If they fail, we have failed at an important democratic moment and I think there will be a dire political consequences."
"The View" guest host Ana Navarro breaks down the awkward moment she and her co-host learned they had tested positive for Covid-19 while on-air. She has since tested negative.

"This is in the middle of live TV," says Navarro. "As you know, Anderson, the show must go on."
New details emerge about Brian Laundrie's behavior in the days after Gabby Petito went missing.

@RandiKayeCNN reports.
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How does Republicans' fever dream about the 2020 election finally break?

"I don't know that it does break," says CNN chief legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin. "There is no leadership in the Republican Party except for Donald Trump now... Trump is the Republican Party now."
"I don't see any reason to negotiate against myself. I'm at $3.5 [trillion.] That's the number the President was at... if somebody wants to change that number, you gotta tell us what you're going to cut."

- Rep. Pramila Jayapal on infrastructure bill negotiations
"I hear gunfire again. It was what seemed like a lot of gunfire in quick succession, like pow, pow, pow, pow, pow, pow. I just wanted to leave that space.... I was on my way inside the store and the gunfire happened."

- Tawana French, TN grocery store shooting witness
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