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The choice not to punish Prince Mohammed directly puts into sharp relief the type of decision-making that becomes more complicated for a president versus a candidate, and demonstrates the difficulty in breaking with a troublesome ally in a volatile region.

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A woman unexpectedly reunited with her lost wallet has met the once anonymous Good Samaritan who went out of his way to deliver it to her home. WTLV's Robert Bradfield, formerly of Local 6, reports.

In his first official trip in the wake of a disaster, the president visited the Harris County Emergency Operations Center and later toured and met with volunteers at the Houston Food Bank, where first lady Jill Biden packaged food and water for the community earlier in the day. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, a Republican, joined the President in Houston, as did GOP Sen. John Cornyn.

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The U.S. Attorney's Office says Mullins is a danger to the community, and that he carried out violent acts that harmed a Capitol police officer.

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What we know today as Black History Month begins in 1915 in Chicago, Illinois, and involves a man by the name of Carter G. Woodson. 

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Testifying publicly for the first time about the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, former security officials say that bad intelligence was to blame for the disastrous failure to anticipate the violent intentions of the mob. 

With sunset remarks and a national moment of silence, President Joe Biden on Monday confronted head-on the country’s once-unimaginable loss — half a million Americans in the COVID-19 pandemic — as he tried to strike a balance between mourning and hope.

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Parenting during COVID-19 isn’t easy. If you’re a single parent, it can be downright overwhelming.