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Judge asks why Trump was silent during riot

A federal judge in Washington, DC, questioned former President Donald Trump's actions during his speech on January 6, 2021, as he considers for the first time whether Trump is immune from liability related to his supporters attacking the US Capitol.

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Toobin: This issue is 'front and center' in this case

CNN Chief Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin comes on New Day to discuss the latest developments in an insurrection-related civil lawsuit against former President Donald Trump after a federal judge in Washington, DC, questioned Trump's actions during his speech on January 6, 2021, considering for the first time whether Trump is immune from liability related to his supporters attacking the US Capitol.

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Studies confirm waning immunity from Pfizer's Covid vaccine

Two real-world studies published Wednesday confirm that the immune protection offered by two doses of Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine drops off after two months or so, although protection against severe disease, hospitalization and death remains strong.

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Opinion: The secret weapon for ending the pandemic

Every morning I walk into my office, greet my assistant, plop into my desk chair, and promptly take off my mask. I then see my vaccinated patients -- those who are comfortable and have normal immune systems -- one-on-one, in my exam room. Unmasked. My patients tell me they love it.

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Researchers find worrying new coronavirus variant in New York City

Two separate teams of researchers said this week they have found a worrying new coronavirus variant in New York City and elsewhere in the Northeast that carries mutations that help it evade the body's natural immune response -- as well as the effects of monoclonal antibody treatments.

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Opinion: The health professional missing from Biden's team

As one of the directors of psychiatric operations for the Air Force during World War II, my grandfather, Roy R. Grinker Sr., learned that no one is immune from mental illnesses in a global crisis. In fact, most of his patients were soldiers with no record of mental illness who developed emotional symptoms amid the stresses of war. He also met soldiers whose combat wounds, and sicknesses like dysentery and hepatitis, caused them great psychological distress. He said his patients were not abnormal; they were normal people in abnormal circumstances.

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