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The Daily Show spotlighted the problem of growing inequality — between the millionaires, and the even more elite billionaires. And they also featured one oddly Patriotic Millionaire, who even wants to have economic policies that would lift up everyone else.

Larry Wilmore hosted a panel on the economic issues facing black women in America.

Jimmy Fallon hosted actor James Spader, who told the interesting story of how in the 1970s he was friends at school with John F. Kennedy Jr., and that Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis helped get him his first acting job.

Jimmy Kimmel presented a special message for the anti-vaccine movement — featuring doctors who couldn’t believe they even had to create this public service announcement.

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Former President Bill Clinton leaves UCI Medical Center with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

CNBC screen shot

(Reuters) - Former U.S. President Bill Clinton walked out of a Southern California hospital early Sunday morning accompanied by his wife, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, after being admitted last week for a urological infection, live video showed.

Clinton, 75, had been in California for an event for the Clinton Foundation and was treated at the University of California Irvine Medical Center's intensive care unit after suffering from fatigue and being admitted on Tuesday.

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Trumpist rioters rampaging in the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021

Reprinted with permission from DailyKos

The federal judge overseeing the Oath Keepers conspiracy case in the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection ordered their trial delayed this week, primarily because of the overwhelming amount of evidence still being produced in their cases. Though the delay was expected, its reasons are stark reminders that January 6 will be one of the most complex prosecutions in history and that the investigation remains very active as more evidence piles up. There are likely some very big shoes still to drop.

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