Capitol Report (Jan. 6): US Figure Skaters Withdraw Due to COVID-19

President Joe Biden joined members of Congress on Capitol Hill to mark the one-year anniversary of the Jan. 6 capitol breach. We look at how Congress members from both sides of the aisle are recognizing the events of the day.

With all of the events and rhetoric surrounding Jan. 6, we had a chance to speak with the former Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security Ken Cuccinelli to get some perspective on what really happened that day and what this day might mean going forward.

Former President Donald Trump has issued a statement saying that Biden’s Jan. 6 speech was divisive and a distraction from his failed policies.

With Biden’s job approval polling at record lows and Democrats facing the prospects of a red wave in the upcoming 2022 midterms, we speak to a prominent lifelong liberal to find out where the Democrats may have gone wrong.

The country is seeing a record number of CCP (Chinese Communist Partyvirus pediatric hospital admissions. Almost 1,000 children were hospitalized on Wednesday.

Defending champions Alexa Knierim and Brandon Frazier withdrew from the U.S. figure skating championships after Frazier tested positive for the CCP virus.

North Korea has fired yet another hypersonic missile into the Sea of Japan. We take a look at what this might mean for the United States and its allies moving forward.

A second snowstorm is on the way to the D.C. area, arriving Thursday night. Dangerous road conditions are expected throughout much of the region on Friday.

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