How Jan. 6 Changed Congress, Extremism Going Mainstream, CDC Fumbles Messaging : Up First It was a year ago today that a mob of pro-Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol. How has that attack changed Congress? And more and more middle-class Americans, with jobs and families sympathize with fringe groups. What happens when extremism goes mainstream? Plus, why the CDC has been fumbling its public messaging.

How Jan. 6 Changed Congress, Extremism Going Mainstream, CDC Fumbles Messaging

How Jan. 6 Changed Congress, Extremism Going Mainstream, CDC Fumbles Messaging

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It was a year ago today that a mob of pro-Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol. How has that attack changed Congress? And more and more middle-class Americans, with jobs and families sympathize with fringe groups. What happens when extremism goes mainstream? Plus, why the CDC has been fumbling its public messaging.