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Tense Virginia gun rally draws everyone from Proud Boys to Black Panthers — many armed
Despite security concerns on the eve of the inauguration, armed Virginia gun rights advocates staged rally
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Near California's fortress-like Capitol, MLK is remembered. 'We've got to overcome'
Celebrating MLK Day days after white supremacists joined a pro-Trump mob at the Washington insurrection, and faced with the limitations of a pandemic, social justice advocates find fear, hope and determination in California's capital.
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Sen. Josh Hawley finds a new publisher for book
The Missouri senator's "The Tyranny of Big Tech," canceled by Simon & Shuster after Hawley's involvement in the riot at the Capitol, will be published by Regnery.
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FBI seeks woman accused of taking Pelosi laptop in Capitol siege, as Washington security tightens
A manhunt was underway for a Pennsylvania woman suspected of stealing a laptop from the offices of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi during the Capitol attack.
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Nationwide protests authorities feared by Trump supporters fail to materialize
Protests by armed right-wing groups erupted at some state capitols, but remained small and peaceful
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Even as Trump exits, Democrats say 'most dangerous crime' demands a Senate trial
After House impeachment, a Senate trial looms for the soon-to-be-private-citizen Trump. His allies cry foul.
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Alleged Capitol rioters argue Trump invited them in. They want pardons
Those who stormed the Capitol and their attorneys in early defense arguments say they went there at the 'invitation' of President Trump or were let in by police.
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Feeding an army in D.C.: Chef José Andrés steps in to help feed huge influx of National Guard
World Central Kitchen's Nate Mook and José Andrés realized their expertise in feeding large groups at a moment's notice could help feed the Guard at the Capitol.
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Kamala Harris says nation will 'find a moment' to celebrate inauguration amid pandemic grief
Vice President-elect Kamala Harris said in an interview with The Times that she will resign her Senate seat Monday.
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Make America California Again? That's Biden's plan
President Trump tried to marginalize California. He failed. Now, with Joe Biden and Democrats taking power, no state is more influential in setting a policy agenda.
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Op-Ed: The Biden-Harris administration will have to start by mucking out Washington
Joe Biden's cleanup crew takes over in Washington at 12:01 p.m., Wednesday.
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