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Joe Biden Taps Longtime Diplomat William Burns as CIA Director

Burns spent three decades in the State Department but has no intelligence background.

Capitol Police Chief Shifts Blame, Says 6 Requests For Help Were Rejected or Delayed

Sund says House Sergeant at Arms, Defense Department blocked requests for assistance.

Democrats Unveil Article of Impeachment Charging Trump With “Willfully Inciting Violence”

Democrats plan to hold a vote to impeach on Tuesday.

New York Post’s Biden Laptop Source Tries to Sue Twitter For Defamation

The lawsuit has been summarily dismissed by a Miami federal court, but further legal action may still be taken.

Donald Trump Has Left a Stain on the Republican Party That Might Be Impossible to Scrub Out

So long as Trump’s shadow lingers over the Republican Party like a mushroom cloud, we cannot and should not expect a return to the normalcy that many of us had hoped was just over the horizon.

Trump Says He Won’t Attend Joe Biden’s Inauguration After Admitting Defeat

Trump would become the first president since the late 1800s not to attend his successor's swearing-in.

Justice Department Charges Dozens in Capitol Riot, Doesn’t Rule Out Charging Trump

“We’re looking at all actors,” the top DC prosecutor said. “If the evidence fits the elements of a crime, they’re going to be charged.”

Maryland GOP Governor Larry Hogan: Pentagon Repeatedly Denied Requests to Send National Guard

Hogan said the Pentagon later called and asked for his help.

Capitol Hill Officer Dies From Injuries in Pro-Trump Riot, Raising Death Toll to 5

Officer Brian Sicknick died from injuries after "physically engaging" the mob.

Twitter and Facebook Lock Trump’s Accounts Over Concerns He’s Inciting Violence

Facebook said it would lock the account indefinitely.

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