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Capitol Prosecutors

Capitol Riot Prosecutors Run a Big Risk in Pursuing a’Sedition’ Case

There must be accountability, and that cause would not be served by a raft of acquittals.

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Capitol States

Will states use the Capitol riot to crack down on pipeline protests?

In the riot’s aftermath, Ohio quietly joined a dozen states that have legislated harsh new penalties for environmental activism.

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Capitol investigators

Capitol investigators work to identify security threats

Following the violence at the United States Capitol last week, law enforcement agencies are tightening security around the country. But it’s not always easy to know which leads to investigate, especially for local police forces with limited staff and resources.

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Capitol assault: Why did police show up on both sides of ‘thin blue line’?

The role of police officers in the Capitol attack has drawn attention to how police handle far-right groups amid an uptick in extremist violence.

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Was the Capitol raid an “inside job”? Some Democrats believe so — and proof is mounting

Democratic lawmakers have referred GOP colleagues to investigators, amid suggestions of “suspicious” visitors

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Attack on Capitol was a victory for white supremacy — can Joe Biden rise to the challenge?

White privilege blinded many Americans to the danger — and white supremacists struck a blow against democracy

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Capitol stormed

How a mob stormed the Capitol — and how to stop another attack

The Capitol mob organized in public. Police need to be better prepared to track threats and prepare defenses for Inauguration Day.

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After Capitol

After Capitol attack, public opinion shifts toward Trump’s elimination

After rioters stormed the U.S. Capitol last week, polls show a rebuke to President Trump – and deep bipartisan concern for the health of democracy.

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After Capitol

Following Capitol attack, some businesses rethink governmental spending

Some corporations are hitting pause on their political contributions to Republicans who backed false claims of election fraud. But critics say the move is merely symbolic.

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Capitol police

Capitol Police Officer who responded to Wednesday riot dies while off duty

Jan. 10 (UPI) — A Capitol Police Officer who responded to the siege on the Capitol building by supporters of President Donald Trump on Wednesday died while off duty on Saturday, the U.S. Capitol Police said. Officer Howard Liebengood, 51, who was assigned to the Senate Division and had been with the department since April…