Reporter: What inspired you to organize this Valentine's Day art installation at the White House? First Lady Dr. Jill Biden: "I just wanted some joy ... With the pandemic, just everybody's feeling a little down. So, it's just a little joy. A little hope. That's all." https://t.co/FuZ9yd7WUU
JUST IN: Senate Majority Leader Schumer announces he'll ask the Senate to pass legislation to award Capitol Police Officer Eugene Goodman the Congressional Gold Medal. Senators give Officer Goodman, who is in the Senate chamber, a standing ovation. https://t.co/0P9jsGc1bw
Breaking News: Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s top aide told lawmakers that New York withheld data on the virus’s toll in nursing homes to forestall potential investigations. https://t.co/QRxf4lNkTp
Sen. Cruz sits at a computer in a meeting room for the lawyers of former President Trump on the 4th day of the Senate impeachment trial against the former president. 📷 Jabin Botsford / Washington Post / AP https://t.co/oLc0K3cMmx
New details from a dramatic phone call reveal Trump refused to tell Capitol rioters to back down https://t.co/0aDKkYm3UM
These strange columns of light have been spotted recently across the northern United States, dancing up toward the night sky and mesmerizing viewers. Fortunately for us, this is not an alien invasion or extraterrestrial activity, but rather an optical phenomenon courtesy of a cold, calm atmosphere. The pillars form when ice particles near the ground are light enough to remain suspended in the air, creating a collective ice surface that reflects a light source — such as a street lamp, moonlight or sunlight. (📸: Ryan Clone)
Sen. Lindsey Graham made the essential case for impeaching Donald Trump — back in 1999 https://t.co/0AjrKl9h0f
Nikki Haley, the former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations under former president Trump, predicted in an interview published Friday that Trump would not run for federal office again and said the former president had “let us down” with his post-election behavior. “He’s not going to run for federal office again,” Haley, a former governor of South Carolina who is eyeing a Republican bid for president in 2024, said in an interview published by Politico. “I don’t think he’s going to be in the picture,” Haley said. “I don’t think he can. He’s fallen so far.” “We need to acknowledge he let us down,” she continued. “He went down a path he shouldn’t have, and we shouldn’t have followed him, and we shouldn’t have listened to him. And we can’t let that ever happen again.” Read more by clicking the link in our bio.