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  • President Trump's next move when he leaves office may be — what else — starting a newsletter.
  • Twitter on Monday banned over 70,000 accounts for sharing QAnon content.
  • House Majority Whip James Clyburn has proposed making "Lift Every Voice And Sing," known by many as the Black national anthem, the official national hymn.
  • More than 20 public radio stations are condemning the New York Times for continuing to employ (former Radiolab staffer) Andy Mills after a show he produced, Caliphate, was found to be based largely on a source who made stuff up.
  • Sheldon Adelson, a Las Vegas casino magnate and major donor to Trump and other Republicans, has died at 87.
  • The Hallmark greeting card company is demanding a refund from two Republican senators who voted against certifying Joe Biden's Electoral College votes. Sen. Josh Hawley and Roger Marshall had received $7,000 and $5,000, respectively, from a PAC funded by Hallmark employees.
  • Future First Dog "Major" Biden's indoguration will mark the first shelter dog's entry into the White House.
  • Ken Jennings kicked off his Jeopardy guest-hosting gig last night with a teary tribute to Alex Trebek.
  • Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem are in negotiations to play Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, according to Deadline. The Aaron Sorkin film, Being the Ricardos, will air on Amazon.
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