Democrats demand impeachment, removal; Trump admits his presidency is coming to an end. Trump admitted Thursday a new administration would be inaugurated on Jan. 20, ending a day of public silence amid calls from Democratic leaders for impeachment and removal in the final two weeks of his presidency. On Wednesday, Trump incited a mob to take over the U.S. Capitol. Meanwhile, cabinet members and other administration officials resigned Thursday. Source: The New York Times

McMaster’s proposed budget includes college tuition coverage. S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster’s budget proposal for the 2021-22 period to be released Friday includes $400 million in new education spending, kindergarten through college. Source: The Post and Courier

Boeing settling federal crime charges, paying $2.5B. Boeing will pay $2.5 billion to settle claims that it deceived the FAA regarding the flight system in the 737 MAX airplane, which was involved in deadly crashes. Source: Seattle Times

Patriots Point to potentially get Medal of Honor museum. The Medal of Honor Foundation says they want to join the Patriots Point Museum, planning a facility in the wooded area just off of Patriots Point Road, but the foundation says they are still looking for about $35 million in additional funding. Source: WCSC TV

Charleston credit union founded by civil rights icon taken over. A member-owned lending cooperative co-founded by Charleston civil rights activist Esau Jenkins in the 1960s to serve low-income minority communities has been placed into conservatorship by The National Credit Union Administration Monday over claims of unsafe and unsound practices. Source: The Post and Courier