Thursday on the NewsHour, more arrests as investigations and calls for justice pick up after the Capitol riot that led to President Trump’s second impeachment, Michigan’s former governor is charged with criminally mishandling the deadly Flint water crisis, and a growing number of businesses distance themselves from the president and the Republican Party following last week’s violent insurrection.
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Investigations intensify in the wake of the Capitol riot
News Wrap: U.S. coronavirus deaths near 390,000
Former Michigan governor is charged for Flint water crisis
Business begins backing away from Republicans after riot
With Trump leaving office, what is the GOP’s future?
Trump’s last-minute orders could have long-lasting impacts
Civil rights pioneer Ruby Bridges on race in America
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