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The vote by the House of Representatives is the latest show of force by the January 6 panel investigating the worst attack on the US Capitol in over 200 years.
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The two-day event, held by video link because of the COVID-19 pandemic, was billed by the White House as US leadership in an existential struggle between democracies and powerful autocracies or dictatorships.
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Carrying a spear and wearing a large fur hat with horns, Chansley was one of the first rioters to invade Congress on January 6.
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An American man wanted over his role in the storming of the US Capitol has crossed the Belarusian border illegally and is reportedly seeking asylum.
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A Congressional Committee investigating the January 6 insurrection at the Capitol has voted to hold the former White House advisor in contempt after he refused to appear before them.
US Congress pushes back as Donald Trump sues over Capitol riots probe
As the defeated president challenges the investigation into the January 6 insurrection by a violent mob of his supporters, a House committee is moving to hold ex-White House aide Steve Bannon in contempt.
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'This is how I'm going to die': Officers testify on US Capitol riot
The US congressional panel investigating the deadly Capitol insurrection opened with emotional testimonies from police officers who responded to the assault.
Barricades come down on US Capitol as threat level lowered
A wide security boundary complete with razor wire had turned the Capitol into a fortress for months.
US Capitol riots: No jail time for first defendant
Anna Morgan Lloyd, 49, of Indiana, was sentenced to serve three years of probation, perform 120 hours of community service and pay $500 (€419) in restitution after admitting to unlawfully entering the Capitol.
US Senate Republicans block probe of January 6 Capitol riot
Senate Republicans blocked the a bill that would create an independent panel to study the January 6 attack on the US Capitol.
Donald Trump's account on Facebook remains suspended
The Facebook and Instagram accounts of former US President Donald Trump have remained suspended after a decision by the Oversight Board.
Veteran police officer William Evans killed in US Capitol incident
The police officer who died from his injuries after a violent incident in Washington on Friday has been named as William "Billy" Evans, an `18-year veteran of the force.
Police tighten security amid fears of fresh plot to breach US Capitol
"We have obtained intelligence that shows a possible plot to breach the Capitol by an identified militia group on Thursday, March 4," Capitol Police said in a statement on Wednesday.
Security chiefs blame bad intelligence over US Capitol insurrection
The former Capitol police chief and federal agencies blame each other for their failure to stop supporters of ex-President Trump from storming the building on January 6.
Independent commission will investigate Capitol riots, Pelosi says
The US Congress will establish an independent commission to look into the deadly insurrection that took place in January at the Capitol.
Biden ponders 'fragile' democracy after Trump impeachment acquittal
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Trump impeachment: Democrats present case with new Capitol riot video
Videos of the siege have been circulating since the day of the riot, but the graphic compilation amounted to a more complete narrative, a moment-by-moment retelling of one of the nation's most alarming days.
Democrats label Trump 'inciter in chief' at impeachment trial
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