Two Democratic senators affirmed their support for protecting the 60-vote legislative filibuster, reassuring Republicans that there won't be enough votes to kill the procedural tool.
After the virtual meeting, Senator Susan Collins said Republican still had "a lot of unanswered questions."
A U.S. official has said that law enforcement are probing threats to kill or attack congressional lawmakers near the Capitol building.
"I would make a statement that was a pessimistic viewpoint about what direction we were going, and the president would call me up and say, 'Hey, why aren't you more positive?'" the doctor recalled.
"I think Donald Trump actually has given himself the pardon," said Cohen. "I think he also has pocket pardons for his children and for Rudy [Giuliani] and it's already stashed somewhere."
Macias Santiago, 37, of Midland, Texas, was arrested on Friday for carrying a firearm without a license after he told an officer he "needed information about the Oval Office."
"I'll wear this as a badge of honor," Cindy McCain said.
"They hated him so much they checked their objectivity," Kelly said of the media's alleged animosity towards Donald Trump.
Garret Miller also allegedly threatened to find the police officer who shot Ashli Babbitt and "hug his neck with a nice rope."
"We'll do something, but not just yet," the former president said about his future plans.
"There's some things in there that aren't going to happen," said Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri.
Democrats may need the support of Senate Republicans to pass the sweeping proposal.
"I just watched Obama and Mitch McConnell fist bump and I don't know how to feel about it," one viewer tweeted.
If Manchin votes for a third check and no other Senate Democrats break, the party won't need any Republican support to pass the measure.
"He was adorable," Ryan said. "And there was another adorable girl there, too, and they ended up getting together, darn it."
Trump signed an order on Monday lifting some COVID-19 travel bans. A spokesperson for Biden immediately said the incoming Administration does not intend to do that.
"It's a new technology, we've never seen it before, it was only studied in 45 people before it was approved," said Coffey County Health Department Administrator Lindsay Payer.
In a letter on Sunday, Nancy Pelosi demanded that acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller stop his plans to install Michael Ellis, an allegedly "unqualified" Trump loyalist, as the NSA General Counsel.
"We're continually going through the process, and taking second, third looks at every one of the individuals assigned to this operation," Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy said.
Since the election, Lindell has repeatedly insisted that Trump will remain president despite losing to Biden.
South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham said it was House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's "job to provide Capitol security."
A former Colorado state lawmaker filed a lawsuit against Boebert alleging that she violated the First Amendment by blocking constituents on social media.
Since the riot, Maggie Mulvaney and others linked to the "Save American Rally" have attempted to distance themselves from the event.
"The U.S. government has reason to believe that several researchers inside the WIV became sick in autumn 2019, before the first identified case of the outbreak," said Mike Pompeo.
Footage of the Capitol riot shows Eric Munchel and Lisa Eisenhart among the mob inside the Senate chambers.
Wesley Beeler said he got "lost in D.C. because I'm a country boy" after being arrested at an inauguration checkpoint with an unregistered handgun.
"It's no surprise the outgoing administration would make a politically-motivated decision on their way out the door," said Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller.
Earlier this week, Noor bin Laden urged her Telegram followers to avoid further pro-Trump violence and prepare for years of unrest.
Ben Goldey, Boebert's communications director, had only been on the job for less than two weeks when he resigned following the Capitol riot.
"While you may politically regret what you've revealed about yourself, you still have no place in public office," tweeted Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.