Sen. Mitch McConnell

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A day after an insurrection that overtook the U.S. Capitol, the Capitol's three top security officials resigned from their posts amid building pressure from lawmakers and others over failures that allowed the dramatic breach.

The House and Senate's top protocol officers and the U.S. Capitol Police chief are now all expected to be replaced following a series of resignations in the wake of the security failures.

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Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron has joined other Republican attorneys general in asking the U.S. Supreme Court to invalidate some mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania.

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Sen. Mitch McConnell turned up the political rhetoric at a campaign stop in Oldham County on Wednesday, telling supporters that the country is in danger of being taken over by “radical liberals.”

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Democratic U.S. Senate nominee and retired Marine Corps fighter pilot Amy McGrath made her first visit Friday to west Kentucky since winning the right to challenge Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in last month’s primary election. 

McGrath made a public visit to the Seamen’s Church Institute, a ministry located in Paducah. She spoke with Rev. Kempton Baldridge, a former Marine and the ministry’s senior river chaplain. McGrath toured the building with Baldridge before offering her vision for western Kentucky. 

President Trump met with Republican congressional leaders Sen. Mitch McConnell and Rep. Kevin McCarthy on Monday to discuss the next round of coronavirus relief funding, saying he hoped the next package would help small businesses.

Trump also said he would revive his daily 5 p.m. coronavirus briefings, likely starting Tuesday, noting the need to get out information with the surge in cases. "We have had this big flare-up in Florida, Texas, a couple of other places," he said.