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Extremist groups to stay away from armed protests for the inauguration

close Within minutes, the rioters outnumbered the police and rushed to the front of the town hall. USA Today Authorities are arresting more people involved in the blockade of the U.S. Capitol last week. The online collection area for the far right has been closed or is getting a lot of new users. And thousands of National Guard forces were …

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Former Michigan Gov.Rick Snyder and eight others have been charged with felons in the Flint water crisis: NPR.

Rick Snyder, former Gov. Rick Snyder, seen in 2017, is one of several current and former officials charged with state prosecutors for a role in lead contamination in drinking water in Flint. Sean Proctor / Bloomberg via Getty Images Hide subtitles Switch subtitles Sean Proctor / Bloomberg via Getty Images Rick Snyder, former Gov. Rick Snyder, seen in 2017, is …

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The far-right group planned for sustained attacks before and after the day of taking office.

U.S. officials have warned officials across the country to be wary of possible violent acts in government agencies, including a second attack on the Capitol or the White House. Law enforcement said the extremists could use firearms and explosives and are investigating online calls to rallies in cities across the country since Sunday. Security at the opening ceremony in Washington …

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Houston officials accused of entering government agencies during riots asking for privacy.

Houston – A Houston police officer accused of entering U.S. authorities during last week’s riots requested privacy on Thursday. Officer Tam Pham, an 18-year veteran of the Houston Police Department, resigned Thursday morning. Pam spoke briefly to the media when he got home Thursday afternoon. “Please give my family some privacy,” Pham said. “It was a really difficult time.” Houston …

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A former firefighter threw a fire extinguisher at the police.

A retired Pennsylvania firefighter was arrested Thursday on federal charges that he threw a fire extinguisher that had been hit by three police during a fatal blockade in the state agency last week. Last Robert Sanford, 55, who retired from the Chester Fire Department outside Philadelphia last year, turned himself into the FBI to face charges that included: Assault of …

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Democrats urge the army to deliver beds for soldiers to sleep in the capitol.

In a separate letter led by Representative Cindy Ax (D-Iowa) and Jason Crowe (D-Colo.), 13 Democrats called for the leadership of the House Executive Committee to grant permission. Provides the army and other law enforcement agencies with access to showers and locker rooms. Amenities other than dining facilities “It is unclear how long they may have to protect and defend …

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Pentagon to Review Extremism After Veterans Arrested in Congressional Riot

close The officers were able to firmly seize a few doors They were able to keep Portico in the west from being occupied. USA Today WASHINGTON – Congress has called on the Pentagon Police, an anti-white radicalist force, calling for an investigation to determine the extent to which white ideology has affected the bloc due to the uprising. January 6 …

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