Nightly News Full Broadcast – Jan. 21

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Half the country hit by January deep freeze, the FBI says Brian Laundrie took responsibility for Gabby Petito’s death, and CDC data shows Covid booster shots are highly protective.

00:00 Intro

01:45 Ice Storm Emergency

04:00 Brian Laundrie Confession

05:10 CDC: Boosters Fight Omicron

08:00 High Stakes Talks

10:08 Ukraine On Edge

12:10 Election Officials Threatened

14:22 What’s Driving Car Shortages

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