Warnock Wins Senate Seat, No Charges Filed In Blake Shooting, COVID Crisis In L.A. : Up First Democrat Raphael Warnock wins his Senate runoff election in Georgia. A second race is still too close to call. On Capitol Hill, Congress will certify the presidential election results today, but some Republican lawmakers will object. In Wisconsin, the police officer who shot Jacob Blake will not face criminal charges. Kenosha residents were out last night protesting the decision. Health officials in Los Angeles County say they're in a new phase of the COVID outbreak. Beds, ambulances and oxygen are in low supply. How are hospitals rationing care?
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Warnock Wins Senate Seat, No Charges Filed In Blake Shooting, COVID Crisis In L.A.

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Warnock Wins Senate Seat, No Charges Filed In Blake Shooting, COVID Crisis In L.A.

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Democrat Raphael Warnock wins his Senate runoff election in Georgia. A second race is still too close to call. On Capitol Hill, Congress will certify the presidential election results today, but some Republican lawmakers will object. In Wisconsin, the police officer who shot Jacob Blake will not face criminal charges. Kenosha residents were out last night protesting the decision. Health officials in Los Angeles County say they're in a new phase of the COVID outbreak. Beds, ambulances and oxygen are in low supply. How are hospitals rationing care?