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52 Terrorists linked to Al Qaeda detained en route to the U.S.; Vax mandates could soften the military

Capitol Report
Capitol Report
00:00 INTRODUCTION 00:49 CLASHES OVER VACCINE MANDATE ACROSS THE U.S. 1:33 WYOMING LAWMAKERS PUSH BACK BIDEN’S MANDATES 2:31 PENTAGON FACES CLASS-ACTION LAWSUIT 3:21 CONGRESSMAN: MANDATES DETRIMENTAL TO MILITARY READINESS 7:37 PANAMA APPREHENDED 52 LINKED WITH AL-QAEDA 8:35 MANCHIN, TESTER OPPOSE CARBON TAX 12:33 TEXAS GOP PASS NEW CONGRESSIONAL MAPS 13:09 TWO MORE HOUSE DEMOCRATS WILL RETIRE 13:52 BOOK: POLITICAL DIALOGUE IN AMERICA COLLAPSES 17:45 TRUMP COUNTERS JAN. 6 COMMITTEE WITH LAWSUIT 19:27 BIDEN: NO US PRESIDENT SHOULD STAND BY ON HUMAN RIGHTS 20:55 AMAZON OFFERS 150,000 SEASONAL JOBS 21:19 METRO SLASHES TRAIN SERVICE DUE TO INVESTIGATION Clashes over vaccine #mandates continue across the country. Employees in public and private sectors are protesting and filing lawsuits to push back. With vaccine mandates across the country quickly approaching, we speak to a U.S. Congressman about these mandates, and we also talk to him about his recent visit to the southern #border. And two Senate Democrats push back on the carbon tax proposed in President Biden's #energy reform agenda-- hinting that adjustments are needed if they are to get a new climate law through Congress. Former President Donald Trump sues House politicians investigating the US Capitol Jan. 6 protests, and the National Archives. With the deep divides across the country, we speak to the author of a new book, "American Schism”, to see how we might be able to find common ground. President Joe Biden delivers remarks in support of human rights around the world, and activists call on him to hold the world's largest abuser of human rights accountable, China.
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