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Acting chief of US Capitol police says threats are circulating targeting the president’s first formal speech to Congress
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
Security beefed up after authorities obtain intelligence about apparent threat to ‘breach the Capitol by an identified militia group’
None of this necessarily indicates wrongdoing by any lawmakers, the US official said
Defense lawyer used attorney privileges to put client on streaming edition of "60 Minutes"
Federico "Freddie" Klein, a Trump State Department official and campaign staffer, was charged with assault and theft in 2013
Julian Elie Khate and George Pierre Tanios charged with assaulting Brian Sicknick
George Tanios mom insisting the 39-year-old man is “not a bad kid”
Lawsuit seeks damages for ‘physical and emotional injuries
Major overhaul of training and operations on the force
The heavy metal guitarist, has copped a plea deal, agreeing to cooperate with the feds
The manner of the U.S. Capitol Police officer’s death was natural