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The House of Representatives suspended sessions after warnings that an unnamed militia group was plotting to attack the Capitol. We're covering this story and more on this week's segment with @simplyzinhle .

Pentagon considers extending the stay of National Guard troops at the US Capitol "We are in receipt of a formal request from the Capitol Police for continued National Guard assistance at the Capitol complex," Defense Department spokesman John Kirby says

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"We really can't keep being afraid in our own Capitol from our own people," Congresswoman Norton says, adding that the National Guard should stay as long as intelligence requires their presence. "We have got to get back to the Capitol we know."

The House of Representatives suspended sessions after warnings that an unnamed militia group was plotting to attack the Capitol. We're covering this story and more on this week's segment with @simplyzinhle .

The House of Representatives suspended sessions after warnings that an unnamed militia group was plotting to attack the Capitol. We're covering this story and more on this week's segment with @simplyzinhle .

SECURITY INCREASED AROUND CAPITOL: We're live with a view of the U.S. Capitol where security has been increased in response to possible protests and violence from supporters of former Pres. Trump

FBI Director Wray, pressed by Sen. Grassley, declines to provide the cause of the Jan. 6th death of Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick in the wake of the attack on the Capitol: “We can’t yet disclose a cause of death,” says Wray, citing ongoing investigation.

As the US Senate investigates last month's storming of the Capitol, we meet one of the leaders of the far-right group, the Proud Boys. He warns more violence is possible if his members remain alienated from government. @InigoGilmore  reports.

A joint hearing by two Senate committees Tuesday spotlighted the stark warnings issued before the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol. "We get our President or we die. NOTHING else will achieve this goal," said one online threat included in an FBI alert.

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“We broke into the Capitol…we got inside, we did our part. We were looking for Nancy to shoot her in the friggin’ brain but we didn’t find her.” — Dawn Bancroft, arrested in Pennsylvania today, along with Diana Santos-Smith.

Biden: "No one can tell me that if it had been a group of Black Lives Matter protesting yesterday, they wouldn't have been treated very, very differently than the mob of thugs that stormed the Capitol. We all know that's true, and it is unacceptable. Totally unacceptable."

I cannot stop thinking about how close the 1-2-3 in the line of presidential succession, VP-Speaker-Pro tempore came to being physically harmed on Weds. The terrorists had operable bombs, killed an officer and ransacked difficult to access areas of the Capitol. We need answers.

As President Trump railed against the election results from a stage near the White House, his loyalists were already gathering at the Capitol. We reconstructed how that rally gave way to a violent mob that forced the evacuation of Congress.

Amanda Gorman, the youngest inaugural poet in U.S. history, will read a piece she finished after the riot at the Capitol. "We’ve seen a force that would shatter our nation rather than share it," one line reads.

Charlottesville: “Very fine people.” Proud Boys: “Stand back and stand by.” Terrorist attack on the Capitol: “We love you.” @realDonaldTrump  wants violence and chaos. He sees this as a useful tool to exploit and a sign of affection and support from his followers.

Larry Hogan, Maryland governor, says the Trump administration delayed greenlighting his state’s National Guard and effectively prevented them from quickly entering into DC to help secure the Capitol. “We were just waiting for that call,” he says to @jaketapper  on @CNNSotu 

We can fortify the defenses of the Capitol.  We can reinforce doors and put up fences. But we cannot guard our democracy against those who walk the halls of the Capitol, have taken an oath to uphold our Constitution, but refuse to do so.

West Virginia lawmaker records himself storming the U.S. Capitol: "We're in!" - CBS News

Mr. President, if you fire Mueller or Rosenstein, millions of us will see that as obstructing justice in broad daylight. & despite what you’ve done to our rule of law, it will come roaring back. In the streets, at the ballot box, and to the Capitol. We will unite against tyranny.

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