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Pfizer working to make their Covid-19 booster available to millions more Americans, the House committee investigating the January 6th insurrection issues new round of subpoenas to former Trump administration officials, new drone video shows the moment Kyle Rittenhouse shot someone during protests in Wisconsin, and cell phone videos show people calling for help during the Travis Scott show at Astroworld in Houston. 

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