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Democrats Ready Impeachment Charge Against Trump for Inciting Capitol Mob

Democrats Ready Impeachment Charge Against Trump for Inciting Capitol Mob

By Nicholas Fandos, Maggie Haberman and Luke Broadwater

Speaker Nancy Pelosi threatened decisive action against the president for his role in the insurrection against Congress if he refused to resign.

Twitter Permanently Bans Trump, Capping Online Revolt

Twitter Permanently Bans Trump, Capping Online Revolt

By Kate Conger and Mike Isaac

The president's preferred megaphone cited "the risk of further incitement of violence." It acted after Facebook, Snapchat, Twitch and other platforms placed limits on him.

Facing Intensifying Crises, Biden Pledges Action to Address Economy and Pandemic

Facing Intensifying Crises, Biden Pledges Action to Address Economy and Pandemic

By Michael D. Shear and Jim Tankersley

With job losses, record coronavirus numbers and politics in turmoil after the storming of the Capitol, the president-elect pressed for quick passage of a stimulus package to help struggling Americans.

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He Dreamed of Being a Police Officer, Then Was Killed by a Pro-Trump Mob

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He Dreamed of Being a Police Officer, Then Was Killed by a Pro-Trump Mob

By Zolan Kanno-Youngs and Tracey Tully

The death of Brian Sicknick, a military veteran and experienced Capitol Police officer, amplified the tragedy of Wednesday's riots and undermined President Trump's pro-law-enforcement claims.

Awe and Shock

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Awe and Shock

By The Editorial Board

How the world reacted to the Trumpist mob that sacked the heart of American democracy.

Today's Videos

Stop Pretending 'This Is Not Who We Are'

Video Video: Stop Pretending 'This Is Not Who We Are'

By Lindsay Crouse, Adam Westbrook and Sanya Dosani

Electoral violence is in our DNA

'Hold the Line, Patriots': New Scenes From the Capitol Riot

Video Video: 'Hold the Line, Patriots': New Scenes From the Capitol Riot

By Jonah M. Kessel, Timothy Wolfer, Edythe McNamee and Sarah Kerr

Our cameras captured the mayhem, confusion and chaos outside the Capitol as Trump supporters entered and disrupted certification of the Electoral College results.

Ugandan Police Harass Opposition Candidate

Video Video: Ugandan Police Harass Opposition Candidate

By The Associated Press

Bobi Wine, Uganda's leading opposition figure, was pulled from his car by the police on Thursday. He has filed a complaint with the International Criminal Court accusing the country's president of authorizing a campaign of violence against opposition politicians and their supporters ahead of next week's general election.

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