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🚨NEW >> @wusa9  has confirmed Lt. Gen. Russel Honoré will reveal his Capitol security findings MONDAY to members of Congress during 3 briefings, 1PM, 4:30PM, and 8PM, per aide familiar. #breaking  @CBSNews  #CapitolRiots 

A) Fox has learned that retired Lt. Gen. Russel Honore and others reviewing the Capitol security posture will present their findings at draft recommendations to House members at 3 briefings on Monday, March 8.

LOOK: U.S. Secretary of the Senate Sonceria “Ann” Berry is sworn in at the U.S. Capitol on Monday as the first African American to serve in the position since that role was created in 1789.

U.S. Secretary of the Senate Sonceria “Ann” Berry is sworn in at the U.S. Capitol on Monday as the first African American to serve in the position since that role was created in 1789.

The Capitol Police union on Monday endorsed recommendations to hire 1,000 more officers, to establish a quick reaction force for emergencies and to consider options for different types of fencing around the complex, among other security enhancements.

Judge Merrick Garland appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee for the first day of his confirmation hearing on Monday, vowing to pursue prosecutions of those who participated in the January 6 attack on the Capitol. @CMcD123  explains what challenges he could face.

The FBI on Monday, Feb. 22, arrested a Glen Oaks man and Republican District Leader for allegedly taking part in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, according to federal prosecutors.

"Why were they not really fully prepared to deal with what was a very large violent attack on the Capitol?" one senator said Monday.

Merrick Garland, President Biden’s attorney general nominee, vowed Monday to prioritize combating extremist violence and said his first focus would be on the insurrection at the US Capitol.

A man linked to the Kansas City metro chapter of the Proud Boys was charged Monday with conspiring with members of the group to participate in the riots at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.​


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The insurrection at the Capitol incited by Donald J. Trump was a day none of us will ever forget. There must be truth and accountability. The House Managers will come to the Senate to read the Article of Impeachment on Monday. Here’s how the trial will proceed:

BREAKING: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi plans to send the article of impeachment against Donald Trump to the Senate on Monday, launching the start of the former president's trial on a charge of incitement of insurrection over the deadly Capitol riot.

CAPITOL RIOTS ARREST UPDATE: *William Watson of Auburn, Ala., was taken into federal custody on Monday. *Authorities say Watson, 23, violated his bond on a July 2 drug case when he traveled to DC to join mob that stormed the Capitol.

Facebook has been serving up ads for body armor, gun targets, and other military gear next to posts about last week's Capitol riot. This comes after employees raised concerns about these ads on Monday. FB is actively profiting off the insurrection.

NEW from @kasie  and @AlexNBCNews : House Democrats were briefed on Monday by U.S. Capitol Police and other security officials on specific threats to the Capitol and were reminded, “The purchase of a bulletproof vest is a reimbursable expense.”

A Secret Service officer was put under investigation after posting comments on Facebook in which she accused lawmakers who formalized Biden’s win of treason and expressed support for the rioters who stormed the Capitol, the agency confirmed Monday.

LATEST from DC • 4 reported dead after Trump supporters storm Capitol • At least 68 total arrests • Pelosi: Remove Trump via 25th Amendment or possibly face impeachment • Biden says people who stormed Capitol are "domestic terrorists" • Trans. Sec. Chao resigning Monday

New: The Capitol physician told Republican staffers today the Senate lacks the capacity to test all 100 senators when it comes back Monday. Instead the Senate will test people who are sick. Test will take 2+ days. @marianne_levine 

Capitol Police say protesters arrested today for the 2nd time will not just be released after paying a fine... The repeat offenders will be booked and jailed without the opportunity to be released until Tuesday because Monday is a holiday. via/

In DC? Go to Capitol Skyline hotel on TOMORROW (Monday) at 1pm. Friends in the area? Tell them to go. Everyone else: Melt the phones (202) 224-3121 #StopGOPTaxScam