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  1. Civil rights leaders are vowing to keep pressure on Congress to pass voting and election bills and to honor Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy, in the face of Senate delays on the legislation.
  2. House Majority Whip James Clyburn said he does not think two key pieces of voting rights legislation the Senate will take up this week are dead -- yet.
  3. Hundreds of mail-in ballot applications are being rejected in some of Texas's largest counties because of the new voting law passed by the Republican-led state legislature last year, according to multiple election officials.
  4. CNN's Jake Tapper speaks with Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) about former President Donald Trump's attempt to pressure legislators to decertify the 2020 election and to get "vote counters" who are his supporters into public office.
  5. "I have almost reached the regrettable conclusion that the Negro's great stumbling block in the stride toward freedom is not the White Citizens Councilor or the Ku Klux Klanner but the White moderate who is more devoted to 'order' than to justice."
  6. • Opinion: How mom of 3 became a terror icon • 'Incredibly shocking and horrifying': Synagogue member speaks out
  7. • Live updates: Over 278,000 customers in Southeast are without power • Sign up for CNN weather alerts
  8. • Djokovic won't defend Australian Open title • Watch judge rule against Djokovic
  9. "We're in the middle of a cold, dark winter," James Austin Johnson as President Joe Biden said kicking off this weekend's "Saturday Night Live." "This winter is so dark, Republicans don't think it should vote."
  10. CNN's Jim Acosta looks at dangerous Covid-19 misinformation being pushed by some Republicans, and the inability of Trump and his allies to let go of the big lie about the 2020 presidential election.
  11. Even Spider-Man isn't safe from Ghostface.
  12. CNN's Brian Stelter fact-checks a false story pushed by conservative commentator Glenn Beck in an interview on Fox that the state of Washington had set up internment camps for anti-vaxxers.
  13. Last week, some Republican lawmakers wrongly described Washington DC's new proof-of-vaccination policy -- incorrectly tweeting that the Democratic-run city is requiring people to show photo identification to buy milk or even to leave their homes.
  14. Before Covid-19, Nicolas Rimoldi had never attended a protest.
  15. Alyssa Farrah, a former aide to President Trump, says that news organizations should continue to cover former President Trump's election lies because of the danger he poses to the country.
  16. Minutes after Joe Biden placed his hand on a five-inch thick family Bible and took the oath of office last January, the new President told the nation that overcoming America's challenges required one thing:
  17. Destructive malware capable of wiping data has appeared on dozens of computer systems at Ukrainian organizations, including government agencies, non-profits and technology organizations, Microsoft has warned.
  18. Celine Dion has announced the cancellation of the remaining 16 shows of her world tour, due to ongoing health issues.
  19. Brig. Gen. Charles McGee, one of the last surviving Tuskegee Airmen, died Sunday morning in his sleep, according to a family spokesman. He was 102.
  20. "America's Funniest Home Videos," one of the shows that solidified Bob Saget as a fixture in the living rooms of many, is paying tribute to its former host on Sunday.
  21. The former Miss Universe was asked to change into a more appropriate outfit before boarding an American Airlines flight to Cabo, according to her sister, who documented the incident on Instagram.
  22. Science Journalist Robin Andrews discusses an underwater volcanic eruption that triggered tsunami waves in Tonga and the US West Coast.
  23. When reports of Marilyn Monroe's nude photos reached the studio heads, they thought her career was over. Listen to her bold response in CNN's new series "Reframed: Marilyn Monroe" premiering Sunday, January 16, at 9 p.m. ET.
  24. "I am not happy!"
  25. Americans have watched prices spike during the pandemic. By the end of 2021, one inflation measure was near a four-decade high while another hit two records in a row.
  26. Fareed gives his take on how inflation has returned because countries are going back to the days when politics dictated economic policy.
  27. Your Netflix bill is about to go up again.
  28. Good news: After rising for months, meat prices are finally falling at the grocery store. Bad news: Many other staples are getting more expensive.
  29. Domino's Pizza customers ordering chicken wings will soon get fewer of them for the same price.
  30. There's no denying it: Inflation is here. Consumer prices surged 7% over the past year. Housing prices have continued to soar, too. But the question on the minds of many economists and Wall Street strategists is whether something even worse could be in the cards: prices rising as the economy slows.
  31. Archaeologists have discovered a 4,500-year-old highway network in Saudi Arabia lined with well-preserved ancient tombs.
  32. A family in Silver Spring, Maryland, received an unfortunate surprise when they discovered a stranger was trapped inside their chimney while attempting to enter their home.
  33. If you're a parent, you're intimately acquainted with one question that hatches an infinite number of them: Why?
  34. Just weeks away from turning 100, Betty White was planning to spend her upcoming birthday watching a film about her life with friends. It was a shock when she died in December, but we can still celebrate her beautiful life and all the laughs she gave us.
  35. The rainbow-hued octopus, seen swimming on the Great Barrier Reef, was caught on video by marine biologist Jacinta Shackleton.
  36. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Monday, Jan. 17, is a national holiday — which means some institutions and businesses may be closed.
  37. Marlon Bundo, the beloved pet rabbit of the Pence family, has died, former second daughter, Charlotte Pence announced Saturday.

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