Good morning from Washington, where a special counsel’s long-awaited report concludes that the Justice Department and FBI cut investigative corners and played politics in investigating Donald Trump. Our Fred Lucas has major findings. Texas sees bipartisan support for removing sexually explicit materials from libraries in public schools, Tony Kinnett writes. On the podcast, Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., outlines her bill to help parents know what their kids are up to online. Plus: Biden can’t raise the debt ceiling without Congress; Chinese students in the U.S. reject communist overseers; and PETA and artificial intelligence wokeify the book of Genesis. On this date in 1929, the first Academy Awards ceremony recognizing movies and those who make them is held at a dinner party for about 250 at Hollywood’s Roosevelt Hotel.
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