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Woman shot and killed in storming of US Capitol named as Ashli Babbitt

Police shot Babbitt, 35, a military veteran and Trump supporter, reportedly as she tried to break through door

Pro-Trump dark money groups organized the deadly rally

Women for America First’s Facebook pages show they were calling on supporters to be part of what they described as a “caravan” to Washington for the event

Next Sunday: Twitter warns of widespread new violence to come

New research report, meanwhile, details planned events in Washington, Pittsburgh and every state capital

Twitter stops phrase trending after Capitol riot

Chant was heard in the US Capitol on Wednesday as pro-Trump mob, incited by the president, stormed the building

Democrats formally charge president with inciting insurrection

Trump set to become the first president to be impeached twice · Pelosi: Trump a ‘deranged, unhinged, dangerous president’

Deutsche Bank joins companies cutting ties with Donald Trump

Bank had propped up Trump Organization for years despite being sued by president but acted after Capitol attack

Top US military leaders condemn Capitol attack in rare joint message

Joint Chiefs of Staff said pro-Trump mob attack was an assault on America’s constitutional process and against the law

Grieving congressman leads push to impeach Trump

Democrat who buried his son 24 hours before Capitol assault has spent week drafting article of impeachment

Capitol rioters planned to capture and kill politicians, say prosecutors

Charges so far include hurling fire extinguisher at officer and beating another with flagpole

Attorney for ‘QAnon shaman’ asks Trump to pardon rioters

Jacob Chansley, a 33-year-old man from Phoenix, was one of the most recognizable perpetrators of the Capitol siege

Steve Bannon urged Facebook followers to 'Take Action' on eve of capitol riot

Bannon and other conspiracy theorists were able to get around Facebook's ban on "Stop the Steal" content with alarming ease

Why did an Olympic champion invade the US Capitol?

The swimmer won gold medals for his country in Athens and Beijing. Then his patriotism took an ugly turn

One dozen national guard troops pulled from inauguration duties after vetting

Checks involved looking at ties to extremist groups · Two members earlier reportedly removed due to militia links

DHS issues national terrorism alert for domestic extremists

Alert is department’s first in a year, warns that some extremists may be motivated by Jan. 6 attack

Jan. 6 rally funded by top Trump donor, helped by Alex Jones, organizers say

Publix Super Markets heiress donated about $300,000 to the Ellipse event; far-right show host pledged seed money, organizers say

Trump doubles down on false election claim in impeachment response

House impeachment managers said that the ex-president is unmistakably responsible for the Capitol attack

57-43: Seven Republicans break with former President Donald Trump

The 57-43 vote marked the first time since 1868 that a majority of the Senate voted to convict a president on an impeachment charge

After the impeachment: Nancy Pelosi want the capitol attack investigated like 9/11

In the wake of Republican senators caving to Trump over impeachment, the House Speaker has called for a probe into the January 6 insurrection — and even some of the former president’s allies appear to be on board

Police: Militia attack groups want to ‘blow up Capitol’ during Biden speech

Acting chief of US Capitol police says threats are circulating targeting the president’s first formal speech to Congress

D.C. Guard chief says ‘unusual’ restrictions slowed deployment of backup

The commanding general of the D.C. National Guard told lawmakers how restrictions the Pentagon placed on him in the run-up to the Capitol riot prevented him from more quickly sending forces to help quell the violence