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Fearing a repeat of the deadly Capitol siege by pro-Trump mobs, governors across the country are taking unprecedented security measures to protect their state capitols from violent attacks ahead of Biden’s inauguration

Federal prosecutors have walked back their claim that the Trump mob was trying to "capture and assassinate elected officials"

From our obsession with straight teeth to perky butts to tattooing our way through the pandemic— these stories are about how we relate to our bodies. Check out the rest of the Body Week series here:

Experts say a federal domestic terrorism law could put civil rights activists at risk

DC rioters carrying nooses and Confederate flags shattered the fragile myth that Trump's base was ever about "economic anxiety."

The FDA’s vague warning about false negatives from Curative’s COVID test has confused testing experts and health departments, many of which are still offering the test to anyone who wants one

Three senators and four state attorneys general have demanded that Facebook pause or permanently halt ads for military goods and tactical gear

Celebrated children’s book author @davidmackau  returns to tell “Ye Olde Tale Of Trump, Twitter, And The Witch’s Curse


EXCLUSIVE: The DEA has been granted sweeping authority to “conduct covert surveillance” on people protesting over George Floyd’s death, a secret memo reveals

Compare these 20 headline and see how differently royal reporters treated Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle

Stevie Wonder just took a knee at the 2017 Global Citizen Festival in Central Park. "Tonight, I'm taking a knee for America"

Father of Jaime Guttenberg, one of the Florida school shooting victims, speaks at a vigil: "I don't know what I do next. My wife is home. We are broken… Don’t tell me there’s no such thing as gun violence.”

NEW: Amazon is booting Parler off AWS, its web hosting service, knocking the pro-Trump social network offline until it finds a new host.

The first Puerto Rican woman in Congress just slammed Trump for being "unpresidential."

Today, 17-year-old Draylen Mason would have learned that he had been offered one of 130 spots at the renowned Oberlin Conservatory of Music. He died March 12 after a package bomb exploded in his kitchen in Austin, Texas.

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BuzzFeed News spoke to two Black Capitol police officers who described the harrowing day in which they were forced to endure racist abuse as they tried to do their job of protecting the building