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Attorney Bruce Castor represented former President Donald Trump at his Senate trial after the House of Representatives impeached Trump for the second time. Castor is now defending two people facing misdemeanor charges related to the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot. Senate Television via AP hide caption

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Trump Impeachment Lawyers Are Now Representing Capitol Riot Defendants

Bruce Castor is best known for a rambling performance defending former President Donald Trump at his second impeachment trial. Now, Castor is representing people charged in the U.S. Capitol riot.

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Attorney Bruce Castor represented former President Donald Trump at his Senate trial after the House of Representatives impeached Trump for the second time. Castor is now defending two people facing misdemeanor charges related to the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot. Senate Television via AP hide caption

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Trump Impeachment Lawyers Are Now Representing Capitol Riot Defendants

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With A Friend In Biden, Amtrak Has Big Dreams. But Freight Lines Have Other Ideas

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By the time Victoria Cooper enrolled in an alcohol treatment program in 2018, she was "drinking for survival," not pleasure, she says — multiple vodka shots in the morning, at lunchtime and beyond. In the treatment program, she saw other women in their 20s struggling with alcohol and other drugs. "It was the first time in a very long time that I had not felt alone," she says. Ferguson Menz/Kaiser Health News hide caption

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Women Now Drink As Much As Men — Not So Much For Pleasure, But To Cope

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The gray whale known as Dubknuck has been coming to Puget Sound since 1991. Scientists believe a small pod of these whales has survived several die off events by developing a new feeding strategy. Parker Miles Blohm/KNKX hide caption

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A storage yard in Montana contains pipe that was to be used in the construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline. The developer has now canceled the controversial project. Al Nash/Bureau of Land Management via AP hide caption

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Developer Abandons Keystone XL Pipeline Project, Ending Decade-Long Battle

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