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The question the GOP must answer about January 6

In the weeks after the 9/11 terrorist attack, then President George W. Bush famously stood on the floor of a joint session of Congress and declared to the nations of the world: "Either you are with us or you are with the terrorists." As we approach the one-year anniversary of the January 6 attack on the US Capitol, Dean Obeidallah writes that is the very question we all should pose to any GOP elected official who still downplays the assault or supports the election lie that led to the violence.

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William Shatner can't escape 'Star Trek,' but his voyage has gone well beyond it

William Shatner chided me when I interviewed him in 1987. The actor wanted to keep the focus on his move into directing, politely objecting when I asked about his relationship with the "Star Trek" faithful after a "Saturday Night Live" skit the year before in which he famously told cast members playing trivia-obsessed fans to "get a life."

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Forbes says Trump has no one to blame but himself for dropping off 'richest' list

Former President Donald Trump has been knocked off Forbes Magazine's latest list of 400 richest people in America, an exclusive group he has been a part of for more than two decades. In the latest episode of The Point, CNN's Chris Cillizza discusses Trump's history of lying about his net worth and what this new public blow to his wealth status likely means to the man who famously claims "I'm really rich."

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Meet Grace, the ultra-lifelike nurse robot

In 2016, Hanson Robotics took the world by storm with Sophia, who was famously given Saudi Arabian citizenship. Now, the Hong Kong-based robotics firm has unveiled its latest invention: Grace, a humanoid robot it hopes will revolutionize healthcare.

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Opinion: Sidney Powell's ridiculous defense

Sidney Powell, the former Trump lawyer who famously threatened to "release the Kraken" in her quest to overturn the results of the 2020 election, has now formally responded to Dominion Voting Systems' $1.3 billion defamation lawsuit against her in a way that may surprise some who have followed Powell and her longstanding and vehement commitment to conspiracy theories.

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What Ronald Reagan could teach Georgia Republicans about winning

Simon and Garfunkel famously sang, "Where have you gone, Joe DiMaggio, our nation turns its lonely eyes to you?" As Georgia Republicans prepare for two grueling US Senate runoffs -- which will determine the balance of power in the Senate -- they might want to think about replacing "Joe DiMaggio" with "Ronald Reagan," hum a couple of bars and harken back to the lessons taught by the former president.

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'Goldfinger' actress Margaret Nolan dies

Margaret Nolan, an actress and model who famously featured covered in gold paint in the title sequence for the James Bond movie "Goldfinger," has died at the age of 76.

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Electric carmaker Polestar prepares to leave Volvo behind

Polestar was once the name of a Swedish racing team that had become part of Volvo. But in 2017, it became a separate company making fully electric luxury cars and it is, more and more, pulling itself away from the famously safety-conscious parent company.

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