State Capitols Fortify Against Threats Before Inauguration
States declare emergencies, close capitols ahead of rallies
Responding to warnings of potentially violent demonstrations, governors across the nation are calling out National Guard troops, declaring states of emergency and closing their capitols to the public ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration next...
The list of crimes pro-Trump insurrectionists could face has only just begun
If feds don't add crimes of conspiracy or sentence enhancers to Capitol riot cases soon, experts said it would be a question of political favoritism.
Legislation seeks to upgrade safety standards for fast-food workers amid COVID-19
Proposed legislation charges that the fast-food industry has flouted rules designed to keep workers safe during the pandemic and seeks greater protections.
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How Californians are resorting to crowdsourcing to get their Covid-19 vaccine
California has one of the nation’s worst vaccination rollouts. Residents are crowdsourcing the info the state government should be providing.
Horn helmet-wearing, painted face Capitol rioter should remain in custody: DOJ
The horn helmet-wearing, painted face Capitol rioter should remain in custody, the DOJ says, calling him and insurrectionist in its harshest language yet.
How police failures let a violent insurrection into the Capitol
Decisions made long before rioters stormed Congress cast the die for the security collapse, which played out in critical points analyzed by USA TODAY.
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There will be more US troops in DC for Biden's inauguration than in Iraq and Afghanistan combined, a stark reminder of the danger of homegrown extremism
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Peter Stager beat Capitol Police Officer with American Flag
'We weren't getting answers.' Maryland Gov. Hogan says Pentagon took hours to OK National Guard for riots