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From Burning by British to Pro-Trump Riots: Key Moments When US Capitol Building Was in Peril

An Air Force veteran was shot and three other Trump protesters died of a “medical emergency” during a violent demonstration at the U.S. House of Congress. But this is not the first time that Capitol Hill has been in the spotlight. Law enforcement in Washington is conducting a post-mortem into what went wrong on Wednesday, Jan. 6, and why supporters ...

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Capitol Building in Michigan Closes Due to Threat, Police Investigating

Capitol Building in Michigan Closes Due to Threat, Police Investigating

The U.S. Capitol in Michigan was temporarily closed Thursday due to reports of a threat, State Senator Mallory McMorrow said, citing local police. “The Capitol Building is temporarily closed Thursday, Jan. 7, 2021, as of 7:30 a.m. Michigan State Police are investigating a reported threat at the Capitol Building,” the police said in a statement posted by the senator on ...

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FBI asked citizens to help identify rioters

FBI asked citizens to help identify rioters

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) called on U.S. citizens to assist in gathering information about the instigators of riots in the U.S. capital. It is noted that the bureau is ready to accept oral reports and visual information from digital media about the riots and violence in the Capitol building and the surrounding area. “The FBI is gathering information ...

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Breaking News:Trump promised a peaceful transition of power

Trump promised a peaceful transition of power

The incumbent U.S. President Donald Trump has promised that he will hand over power to President-elect Joe Biden on January 20 in due course. His aide Dan Scavino wrote this on Twitter on Thursday, January 7. “Although I completely disagree with the election results and the facts are in my favor, nevertheless there will be an orderly transfer of power ...

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The sitting president declared the end of the greatest presidential term in history and promised a peaceful transfer of power to Biden.

Media: Trump urged Georgia secretary of state to recount votes in his favor

The sitting president declared the end of the greatest presidential term in history and promised a peaceful transfer of power to Biden. U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday, January 7, promised to peacefully hand over power to President-elect Joe Biden after Congress approved the election results. At the same time, Trump still does not acknowledge the results of the vote. ...

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Pence is urged to take action to remove Trump

Pence is urged to take action to remove Trump

The removal of the current president is supported not only by Democrats but, according to media reports, also by a number of Republicans. Representatives of the Democratic Party of the United States called on Vice President Michael Pence to take measures to remove President Donald Trump. In particular, he is asked to invoke the 25th amendment to the constitution. This ...

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Congress approved the election of Biden as president of the United States

Joe Biden

This decision puts an end to the vote tallying process and ends the controversy over the results of the presidential election. The U.S. Senate and House of Representatives jointly confirmed Democrat Joseph Biden’s victory in the presidential election on Thursday, January 7, as indicated by the results. In doing so, Biden received more than 270 electoral votes approved by Congress. ...

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The U.S. government is thinking about handing over power to Pence

Vice President Mike Pence

Members of the U.S. government are thinking about the possibility of the early removal of U.S. President Donald Trump from office and the transfer of powers to Vice President Mike Pence. This is reported by the television channel CBS, citing sources. The recording of the broadcast is posted on the Twitter account of the program Face The Nation. During the ...

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Trump supporters held protests in several cities across the country

Demonstrators stormed the Kansas Capitol building in Topeka and gathered on the first floor of the rotunda

In some cases, city officials have closed municipal buildings or moved staff to telecommute Supporters of President Donald Trump staged rallies outside legislative offices in several cities, including Atlanta, Denver, Phoenix, and Salt Lake City, which coincided with the storming of the Capitol in Washington, D.C., local media reported. Demonstrators stormed the Kansas Capitol building in Topeka and gathered on ...

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New York sends National Guard to Washington

New York sends National Guard to Washington

Governor Cuomo says they will “facilitate a peaceful transition of presidential power” Following the violence on Capitol Hill in Washington, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has sent 1,000 members of the New York National Guard to the U.S. capital. They will be in Washington for up to two weeks “to assist and facilitate a peaceful transition of presidential power,” Cuomo ...

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