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By Jennifer Peltz, Associated Press
Dominic Pezzola, a former Marine who authorities say was seen on video smashing a Capitol window with a stolen Capitol Police riot shield, and William Pepe, who authorities said was photographed inside the building, were arrested earlier in the month…
By Associated Press
Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, who died at the hands of the mob that besieged the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, will lie in honor in the building's Rotunda.
By Alan Fram, Associated Press
Capitol Police officers will be stationed at Washington-area airports and the city's Union Station train depot on busy travel days, the acting House sergeant at arms said in a memo obtained Friday.
By Ben Fox, Eric Tucker, Associated Press
The department isn't citing a specific threat, but DHS points to "a heightened threat environment across the United States" that it believes "will persist" in the weeks since Biden took office.
The shocking insurrection at the Capitol by a pro-Trump mob prompted federal officials to rethink security in and around its landmarks, resulting in an unprecedented lockdown for Biden's inauguration.
By Lisa Mascaro, Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
A growing number of Republican senators say they oppose holding an impeachment trial, a sign of the dimming chances that former President Donald Trump will be convicted on the charge that he incited a siege of the U.S. Capitol.
By Matt O'Brien, Associated Press
The U.S. district judge said she wasn't dismissing Parler's "substantive underlying claims" against Amazon, but said it had fallen short in demonstrating the need for an injunction forcing it back online.
By Barbara Ortutay, Associated Press
The social media giant said it's referring the matter to the oversight board for what it called an "independent judgment" on on upholding the decision. Twitter, by contrast, has permanently banned Trump.
By Mark Scolforo, Associated Press
A federal judge has decided to release a Pennsylvania woman while she faces charges that she helped steal a laptop from the office of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi during the attack on the U.S. Capitol.
By Kat Stafford, Aaron Morrison, Associated Press
Compared to his immediate predecessors, three of whom attended Wednesday's inauguration, Biden is the first president to directly address the ills of white supremacy in an inaugural speech.
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