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The big winners from Tesla stock surge

The incredible stock market surge for Tesla isn't just making Elon Musk and Tesla investors rich. Traders betting on lithium miners and battery makers are also benefiting from Tesla's success.

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Trump remains largely invisible after Kushner squashes attempts at building fringe social media presence

On the day he will be impeached for a history-making second time, President Donald Trump lacks a comprehensive legal strategy, has nothing on his public schedule and is without his preferred social media methods of responding -- in part because his son-in-law put a stop to efforts establishing his presence on fringe platforms after he was banned from Twitter.

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Opinion: America's education system is in need of dramatic reform

In attempting to get American life back to "normal" in 2021, one of the first agenda items will be making up for a disrupted, disjointed year of school. The Biden administration's pick for education secretary, Miguel Cardona, will inherit not only the problems associated with a pandemic but the systemic problems American K-12 education had long before. This week I talk to David M. Perry, a journalist and historian, as well as Geoffrey Canada, president of the Harlem Children's Zone, about what comes next for American education. But first, Perry writes our CNN op-ed. -- SE Cupp

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GOP congresswoman raising eyebrows days into first term

Already under scrutiny for a viral video released the day she was sworn in, Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) is facing calls to resign after making inflammatory remarks ahead of the riot at the US Capitol. CNN's Sunlen Serfaty reports.

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GOP senator on Trump: 'I want him out'

Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski is calling on President Donald Trump to resign following the riots at the Capitol on Wednesday, making her the first Republican senator to take that step.

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The 25th Amendment isn't enough for Trump

President Donald J. Trump is an immoral force in the most powerful office in the world, and he must be stopped. Since falsely equating peaceful protesters and White supremacists in the aftermath of Charlottesville in his first year in office, Trump has repeatedly demonstrated that he is incapable of making morally sound choices. Worse, he intentionally makes debased ones that harm people, governmental institutions and sacred traditions in order to enrich himself. Consequently, Congress, the criminal justice system and the general public must hold Trump accountable.

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Opinion: How Biden can help America achieve herd immunity

Polls show more and more Americans are saying they will get the Covid-19 vaccine when it's their turn. That's good news. But skepticism, conspiracy theories and misinformation are still rampant, making it unclear just how much longer we'll be living amidst a viral pandemic and all that comes with it. This week, I talk to Dr. Kent Sepkowitz, a physician at Memorial Sloan Kettering, and Tom Nichols, author of "Our Own Worst Enemy," to find out what comes next for America and the vaccine. But first, Sepkowitz writes our CNN op-ed. - SE Cupp

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Betsy DeVos submits resignation

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has submitted her resignation, saying President Donald Trump's response to the mob breaching the US Capitol on Wednesday was "the inflection point," making her the second Cabinet member to resign over the incident.

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Georgia election will advance this fundamental change in US Senate

• In this Georgia county, one voter says, 'They were making Black votes disappear' • Georgia official shoots down Trump's election conspiracy theories • Get ready to watch Georgia count, again • Trump could be in legal jeopardy after pressuring Georgia official

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