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Politics15 days ago
GOP leader dubs Jan. 6 riot probe committee as ‘illegitimate’, refuses cooperation
A top Republican leader in the US Congress has refused to cooperate with a committee probing the deadly Jan. 6 riot on the US Capitol, slamming its work as “illegitimate” and “abuse of power.”
GOP leader dubs Jan. 6 riot probe committee as ‘illegitimate’, refuses cooperation
Politics20 days ago
US states face threat of violent insurrection: ex-homeland security chief
Donell Harvin warns that the US is “so busy looking in the rearview mirror" that it is “not looking at the threat that’s right in front of us.”
US states face threat of violent insurrection: ex-homeland security chief
Politics22 days ago
Biden calls Trump threat to American democracy
US President Joe Biden has accused his predecessor, Donald Trump, of posing "a continuing threat to democracy."
Biden calls Trump threat to American democracy
Society23 days ago
Extremist groups continue to ‘metastasize and recruit’ after Capitol riot: Study
Extremist groups are spreading and expanding across the United States a year after the 6 January insurrection, according to a report.
Extremist groups continue to ‘metastasize and recruit’ after Capitol riot: Study
Politics25 days ago
Ivanka asked Trump to stop Capitol Hill attack: Cheney
Trump’s daughter, Ivanka, repeatedly asked her father to intervene to stop the violence by his supporters on the Capitol on January 6, 2021, according to Representative Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.).  
Ivanka asked Trump to stop Capitol Hill attack: Cheney
Politics25 days ago
Jan. 6 committee looking at issuing subpoenas to Republican lawmakers: Chairman
The congressional committee investigating the Capitol attack is studying whether it can issue subpoenas to Republican members of Congress to force their cooperation.
Jan. 6 committee looking at issuing subpoenas to Republican lawmakers: Chairman
Society26 days ago
One in 3 Americans say violence against government sometimes justified: Poll
One in three Americans believe violence against the government can sometimes be justified, according to a poll by the Washington Post and University of Maryland.
One in 3 Americans say violence against government sometimes justified: Poll
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