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FBI arrests New York man in connection with Capitol riots

FBI arrests New York man in connection with Capitol riots

A spokesman for the FBI confirmed on Tuesday that agents in New York City had arrested Aaron Mostofsky in connection with the siege on the US Capitol by President Donald Trump's supporters last week

Democrats barreling toward impeaching Trump in wake of Capitol siege

Democrats barreling toward impeaching Trump in wake of Capitol siege

Democrats in the US House of Representatives plan to impeach Donald Trump on Wednesday unless he steps down or is removed before then, after drawing up charges accusing him of inciting insurrection ...

Washington Monument closed due to threats to disrupt Biden inauguration

Washington Monument closed due to threats to disrupt Biden inauguration

The US National Park Service said on Monday it has closed the Washington Monument through Jan. 24 due to continuing threats, from groups involved in last week's US Capitol riot, to disrupt President-elect Joe Biden's Jan. 20 inauguration.

US House Democrats to pursue impeachment if Trump not removed

US House Democrats to pursue impeachment if Trump not removed

US House of Representatives Democrats plan a vote on Monday to urge Vice President Mike Pence to take steps to remove President Donald Trump from office after his supporters' deadly storming of the Capitol ...

More Capitol rioters in viral posts arrested, senator urges social media providers to keep data

More Capitol rioters in viral posts arrested, senator urges social media providers to keep data

Federal agents arrested two more Capitol Hill rioters whose images had gone viral, of one carrying off the House speaker's lectern and another who wore horns and a fur pelt, while a top Democratic lawmaker called on mobile carriers to preserve social media content related to the carnage.

Twitter deletes new Trump tweets on @POTUS, suspends campaign account

Twitter deletes new Trump tweets on @POTUS, suspends campaign account

Twitter Inc on Friday deleted new tweets posted by US President Donald Trump on official government account @POTUS and suspended the account of his presidential campaign, after booting his personal account off the platform permanently.

US Capitol police officer dies of injuries from riot by Trump supporters

US Capitol police officer dies of injuries from riot by Trump supporters

A US Capitol Police officer, Brian Sicknick, has died of injuries suffered when supporters of President Donald Trump assaulted the legislative building, the force said, bringing to five the number dead from the riot.

Guns and teargas in US Capitol as Trump supporters attempt to overturn his loss

Guns and teargas in US Capitol as Trump supporters attempt to overturn his loss

Police in the US Capitol on Wednesday responded with drawn guns and teargas as hundreds of protesters stormed the building and sought to force Congress to undo President Donald Trump's election loss

Despite Trump pressure, Pence will not block Biden's election certification: advisers

Despite Trump pressure, Pence will not block Biden's election certification: advisers

Despite pressure from US President Donald Trump to help overturn his election loss, Vice President Mike Pence will stick to his ceremonial duties and not block Wednesday's certification by Congress of President-elect Joe Biden’s victory, advisers said.

'Breakthrough' achieved in ending Gulf rift with Qatar: US official

'Breakthrough' achieved in ending Gulf rift with Qatar: US official

A breakthrough has been reached in Qatar's three-year-old dispute with Saudi Arabia and three other Arab countries and an agreement aimed at ending their rift is to be signed in Saudi Arabia today, a senior Trump administration official said ...

Rejecting Trump veto, Republican-led Senate backs defence bill

Rejecting Trump veto, Republican-led Senate backs defence bill

President Donald Trump suffered a stinging rebuke in the US Senate on Friday when fellow Republicans joined Democrats to override a presidential veto for the first time in his tenure ...

In dueling New Year messages, Trump reflects while Biden looks ahead

In dueling New Year messages, Trump reflects while Biden looks ahead

President Donald Trump in a New Year's Eve message reflected on his accomplishments in office, calling them ‘historic victories,’ while his successor, President-elect Joe Biden, struck an upbeat tone in looking ahead to 2021.