Former Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows is now cooperating with the January 6 committee, a shift in his previous stance and a different stance than most in Trump world. In the latest episode of The Point, CNN’s Chris Cillizza explains why Meadow’s willingness to cooperate could lead others to talk – and could end poorly for Trump. That, along with being CNN’s editor at large and author of the daily "Point" newsletter are my proudest achievements. CREDITSWriter: Chris CillizzaProducer: Paul DwyerThe Point Editor: Lauren DezenskiVideo Editor: Kriston LewisFollow Chris onInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/cillizzac/Twitter: https://twitter.com/cillizzacnnFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/chris.cillizza/Subscribe to The Point newsletter: https://www.cnn.com/specials/politics/the-point-with-chris-cillizza?source=Point_Youtube. #CNN #Cillizza #Trump
December 03, 2021 06:53 UTC
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December 03, 2021 06:32 UTC
WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) - A man and a woman received recognition and an award Thursday afternoon for their roles in saving another man’s life in October at the Midwest Superstore car dealership in Hutchinson. Tim Herman was at the dealership when he went into cardiac arrest. Greg Flores, an employee at Midwest Superstore, and Britnea Weaver, a nurse who happened to be at the dealership, jumped in and performed CPR. The deputy chief of Reno County EMS says Herman is alive today, thanks to the quick response from Flores and Weaver, as well as the Hutchinson Fire Department and EMS. The EMS crews and members of the Hutchinson Fire Department were also on hand.
December 03, 2021 06:28 UTC
State police said Worth admitted to drinking at a bar with his father in the hours before to the crash. A man accused of driving drunk and causing a fatal collision Wednesday in Greenville is being held in preventative detention unless he meets certain conditions. Travis Worth, 37, of New Ipswich, was charged with negligent homicide and driving while intoxicated after he was arrested Wednesday night. Worth was held on preventative detention but can petition the court for personal recognizance bail if he passes a risk assessment test. State police said Worth admitted to drinking at a bar with his father in the hours before to the crash.
December 03, 2021 06:09 UTC
(CNN) Congress averted a government shutdown Thursday evening when both chambers voted to pass a stopgap bill to extend funding through mid-February after party leaders brokered a deal to overcome GOP brinkmanship over vaccine mandates. To resolve the impasse, the two parties agreed to hold votes on the stopgap bill as well as a GOP amendment to prohibit the use of federal funding for Covid-19 vaccine mandates, which ultimately failed. Republican Sen. Mike Lee of Utah spoke on the Senate floor prior to the amendment vote related to vaccine requirements. Other Republican senators fuming over potential shutdownSenate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell had projected confidence throughout the week that there would not be a shutdown. Separate from the vaccine issue, Democrats had wanted to extend funding only into January, a concession DeLauro acknowledged in her statement.
December 03, 2021 06:08 UTC
(CNN) In the space of the last two weeks, Vice President Kamala Harris has lost two of her senior aides. First, just before Thanksgiving, news broke that Ashley Etienne, Harris' communications director, would be leaving the vice president's office. Top advisers to a vice president don't just randomly leave less than a year into a term. Many in the vice president's circle fume that she's not being adequately prepared or positioned, and instead is being sidelined. And, reports of issues within Harris' staff are nothing new.
December 03, 2021 06:06 UTC
(CNN) Tying Republican candidates to former President Donald Trump won't save Democrats from a midterm Armageddon, according to one prominent party pollster. He expounded on the limits of a Trump-centric strategy in an interview with The New York Times' Jonathan Martin"The thing that these people disliked about Trump was that they didn't like Donald Trump the person; it wasn't Donald Trump the constellation of policies," said Stryker. The Democratic attacks trying to link Youngkin to Trump didn't work because, well, Youngkin didn't look, sound or act like Trump. Stryker says no, and that voters didn't reject Trump's policies in 2020, they rejected the man who was pushing those policies. Without that man on the ballot in 2021 (or 2022), Democrats' ability to tie Republicans -- simply because they are in the same party as Trump -- to the former President is very limited.
December 03, 2021 06:06 UTC
There are no discipline records at the high school. "Premeditation is clear both in terms of the digital evidence we've uncovered, and our detectives are going through written writings as well," says Oakland, County, Michigan, Sheriff Michael Bouchard, on the deadly Oxford High School shooting. Survivors coping with trauma and griefAs investigators comb through details from the shooting, students who survived are struggling to cope. JaVon Pittman, a student at Oxford High, said he took cover as the incident unfolded. Zander Cumbey, a junior at the high school, told CNN that Tate was his close friend with whom he played football.
December 03, 2021 06:05 UTC
The Biden administration rolled out controversial travel bans on arrivals from eight nations in southern Africa. All inbound international travelers will be required to test within one day of departure for the United States starting Monday. ET December 6 will abide by a new CDC testing order, per an administration official. A Covid-19 test center operates inside the Tom Bradley International Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport on December 1. An American family stuck in Johannesburg, South Africa, amid new Covid-19 travel restrictions talk about their experience in trying to get back home.
December 03, 2021 05:58 UTC
Afghanistan under pressureAfghanistan's economic lifelines have been severed since mid-August when the Taliban assumed control after American and allied forces departed. Escape from servitudeAfter a four-hour journey through mountain roads, Parwana's family arrived late at night at a small hotel in Herat, Afghanistan's third largest city. The longer-term plan for Parwana's family is still unclear, Stephanie Sinclair of TYTW added, and will depend on funding for the shelter. "It is a moral imperative that the international community does not abandon the women and girls of Afghanistan," Sinclair said. At the local market in Herat, TYTW helped Parwana's family to gather kitchen supplies and food.
December 03, 2021 05:56 UTC
(CNN) Alec Baldwin told ABC News he never pulled the trigger of the gun that shot director of photography Halyna Hutchins on the set of "Rust." "The trigger wasn't pulled. I didn't pull the trigger," Baldwin said in an excerpt released Wednesday from the sit-down interview -- his first since the October shooting. When asked why he pointed the gun at Hutchins and pulled the trigger when that wasn't in the script, Baldwin said, "I would never point a gun at anyone and then pull the trigger, never." "Someone put a live bullet in the gun, a bullet that wasn't even supposed to be on the property," he said.
December 03, 2021 05:50 UTC
Police said the suspect died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound during the standoff with policeHide Transcript Show TranscriptMAKING A TRAGIC DISCOVERY. SAY THE SUSPECT SHOT A WOMAN WHO MEMBERS SAY WAS HISIR GLFRIEND AT WELLBORN PARK WEDNESDAY MORNING. HE THEN BARRICADED HIMSELF WITH TH TWOE CHILDREN INSIDE AN APARTMENT SHOOTING THEM BEFORE TURNING THE GUN ON HIMSELF. HEART GOES OUT TO THAT FAMILY FOR BOTH SIDES, YOU KNOW, AND I JUST FEEL SAdvertisement Mother and child still in critical condition following Welborn Park shooting and standoff Police said the suspect died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound during the standoff with police Share Copy Link CopyA mother and child shot in a Welborn Park shooting and subsequent standoff in Kansas City, Kansas are still in critical condition Thursday. Authorities said the suspect shot a woman, who family members said was his girlfriend, at Welborn Park Wednesday morning.
December 03, 2021 05:49 UTC
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) Bryn Forbes had 18 points off the bench and the San Antonio Spurs extended their winning streak to a season-high three games with a 114-83 victory over the shorthanded Portland Trail Blazers on Thursday night. McDermott praised Forbes, who started his career with the Spurs before winning an NBA title with the Bucks last season. San Antonio pushed its lead to 44-34 after Johnson's basket and free throw. TIP-INSSpurs: San Antonio (7-13) improved to 3-7 on the road. Trail Blazers: The Blazers (11-12) have been propped up by their home record.
December 03, 2021 05:38 UTC
The Iran nuclear negotiations that resumed this week in Vienna after a suspension of almost five months are a case in point. And it's not so certain that one of the parties -- Iran, which seems to be using the talks as cover to ramp up its nuclear program -- believes that an accord is even desirable right now. All of which is to say that the game has just begun, and the outcome will be neither a quick accord nor a collapse. Indeed, today Iranian representatives presented texts of their own on sanctions removal and their own nuclear activities, offering to stay in Vienna to continue negotiating. Sanctions severely damaged Iran's economy, but they didn't force Iran to make concessions; in fact, Trump's sanctions resulted in Iran ramping up its nuclear program.
December 03, 2021 05:37 UTC