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Jan. 6 committee chairman to recommend inviting Ginni Thomas to appear

"It appears that Mrs. Thomas has information relevant to our investigation," the panel said after reports that she had exchanged text messages with Trump's chief of staff ahead of the Capitol attack.

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Jan. 6 committee chairman to recommend inviting Ginni Thomas to appear

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Will Smith holds his Oscar for best actor in a leading role for King Richard at the 2022 Vanity Fair Oscar Party. Patrick T. Fallon/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Should Will Smith have been allowed to collect an Oscar after he slapped Chris Rock?

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While Sean Deines and his wife, Rebekah, were traveling in Wyoming in 2020, Sean got very ill and was diagnosed with an aggressive leukemia. A huge air ambulance bill added to their stress. Maddy Alewine/Kaiser Health News hide caption

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The case of the $489,000 air ambulance ride

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