1. FBI opens 160 cases related to storming of U.S. Capitol  The Globe and Mail
  2. Washington Post: FBI warned of violent 'war' at Capitol in internal report issued day before deadly riot  CTV News
  3. FBI says it warned about potential violence ahead of U.S. Capitol riot  Global News
  4. 'Sedition and conspiracy': prosecutors cite wide-ranging crimes in Capitol attack – video  The Guardian
  5. DOJ probing sedition in connection with Capitol riot  POLITICO
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The FBI warned law enforcement agencies ahead of last week's breach of the U.S. Capitol about the potential for extremist-driven violence, U.S. officials said on Tuesday.The FBI warned law enforcement agencies ahead of last week's breach of the U.S. Capitol about the potential for extremist-driven violence, U.S. officials said on Tuesday.

FBI says it warned about potential violence ahead of U.S. Capitol riot - National | Globalnews.ca

The FBI warned of a violent "war" at the U.S. Capitol in an internal report issued a day before last week's deadly siege, but it wasn't acted on urgently enough to prevent the domestic terrorist attack, The Washington Post reported Tuesday.The FBI warned of a violent "war" at the U.S. Capitol in an internal report issued a day before last week's deadly siege, but it wasn't acted on urgently enough to prevent the domestic terrorist attack, The Washington Post reported Tuesday.

Washington Post: FBI warned of violent 'war' at Capitol in internal report issued day before deadly riot | CTV News

A man in tactical gear allegedly brought his mom to the Capitol raid.A man in tactical gear allegedly brought his mom to the Capitol raid.

Trumpist masculinity reaches its high water mark with Capitol riot - The Washington Post

Congress has been briefed on a number of potential threats of violence planned for the days leading up to and including the Jan. 20, 2021, inauguration of Joe Biden.Congress has been briefed on a number of potential threats of violence planned for the days leading up to and including the Jan. 20, 2021, inauguration of Joe Biden.

Did the FBI Warn of Armed Protests at 'All 50 State Capitols'?

Acting U.S. Attorney Michael Sherwin and the FBI's Steven D'Antuono described a sprawling criminal probe of Capitol rioters but said little about intelligenc failures."People are going to be shocked" at the sum total of the charges, said acting U.S. Attorney Michael Sherwin, who said they will range from trespassing to murder.

'Mind-blowing' number of crimes committed during Capitol riot, 160 case files opened, say officials

A Brooklyn judge’s son, who was pictured at Wednesday’s attack on the U.S. Capitol wearing fur pelts and carrying police gear, was arrested by the FBI on Tuesday. Aaron Mostofsky, the 34-year-old son of prominent Orthodox Jewish community figures and Kings County Supreme Court Judge Shlomo Mostofsky, was seen in multiple photos from the violent insurrection wearing the bizarre fur outfit and a bulletproof vest with “POLICE” emblazoned across it. He was carrying a wooden staff and a plastic riot shield with Capitol Police insignia. Mostofsky has been charged with four offenses including felony theft of government property, knowingly entering or remaining in a restricting building without lawful authority and doing so with intent to impede government business, and disorderly conduct in the Capitol, according to a criminal complaint obtained by The Daily Beast. His defense lawyer, Jeffrey Schwartz, declined to comment.A source with the knowledge of the case told The Daily Beast that Mostofsky was arrested early Tuesday at his brother’s house in Brooklyn. ABC7, CNN, and NBC first reported the arrest. During his arraignment Tuesday, U.S. Magistrate Judge Sanket Bulsara ordered Mostofsky held on a $100,000 secured bond after prosecutors described his behavior as “a mob attack and a rampage on the U.S. Capitol.”“The government is deeply troubled by the conduct of the defendant. Much of this is public,” Bulsara said Tuesday. While Mostofsky’s arraignment was in New York on Tuesday, the 34-year-old will eventually be extradited to Washington D.C. Schwartz, however, insisted his client “was not part of the mob” and was just “caught up in it.” “He was not rampaging. He understands how the whole thing in Washington got out of hand,” Schwartz said. In an interview with the New York Post last week, Mostofsky admitted he’d attended the event to protest a “stolen election.”“We were cheated. I don’t think 75 million people voted for Trump—I think it was close to 85 million,” he said. “I think certain states that have been red for a long time turned blue and were stolen, like New York.”His claims of millions of votes being flipped or suppressed has been disproven by dozens of courts and the federal Department of Justice. The last time New York State voted red was 1984.According to the criminal complaint, investigators were first alerted to Mostofsky’s identity after seeing his Post interview. In a video interview published with the article, taken from inside the Capitol, Mostofsky claimed he found the bulletproof vest and shield on the floor and took them—along with a police hat he later returned to a police officer because “that might be someone’s personal item.”The complaint says the vest costs around $1,950 and the riot shield costs $256.65. The combined value makes the theft of government property a felony offense.Prosecutors also reviewed Mostofsky’s social media accounts. He posted videos on Instagram of him inside the Capitol and on a bus with a caption, “DC bound stopthesteal.” He told a friend at the protest to look out for “a guy looking like a caveman” then later added: “Even a caveman knows it was stolen.”In one conversation on Instagram after the riot, Mostofsky said it was unfortunate that photos of him at the Capitol had gone viral “cause now people actually know me.” Investigators also found a Nov. 7, 2018 Facebook comment by Mostofsky that read: “Since the republicans lost the house I have the following questions 1 when and where are we protesting/rioting…”David Greenfield, head of the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty and a local powerbroker close to Judge Mostofsky, told The Daily Beast he believes “every single person that trespassed that day should be arrested.” He declined to comment specifically on Mostofsky’s arrest.Mostofsky will appear before a magistrate judge in the Eastern District of New York on Tuesday. Feds Arrest More Rioters Including FL Man Pictured With Pelosi’s LecternNew York authorities have also arrested Will Pepe, the 31-year-old Metro-North worker who called out sick to attend the pro-Trump riot. Pepe, who has worked for the MTA commuter rail for seven years, was identified by colleagues last week after the FBI began circulating photos of those who attended the riot. The New York Post first reported Pepe is set to appear in federal court in White Plains before he’s prosecuted in Washington, D.C. “Participation in the riot which resulted in deadly violence at the Capitol last week was abhorrent to the values of the MTA and New Yorkers, and those who attacked that symbol of American democracy disqualified themselves from working for the People of New York,” an MTA spokesman told the Post. “Mr. Pepe is entitled to due process and was suspended last week as part of that process.”Authorities have detained dozens of people in connection with the insurrection since Wednesday, including Richard Barnett, a self-described white nationalist from Arkansas who posed for gleeful photos in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office; Adam Johnson, a Florida stay-at-home dad who is caught in a photo smiling while absconding with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s lectern; and Jake Angeli, the shirt-less, horn-wearing Arizona resident known as the “QAnon Shaman.”Michael Sherwin, acting U.S. attorney for D.C., said at a press conference on Tuesday that charges have been filed in 70 cases related to the riots, but investigators have opened up more than 170 subject files. “Everyone’s familiar with the zip tie guys, and those who rifled through Pelosi’s office. What the public isn’t aware of is the FBI is looking at significant felony cases, including sedition and conspiracy,” Sherwin said. He added that at the end of the investigation, he expects to file charges in hundreds of criminal cases.“The scope and scale of this investigation are really unprecedented,” he said.The Department of Justice on Monday released more information about Eric Munchel, a 30-year-old Tennessee man who was one of two “zip-tie guys” photographed inside the Senate chamber with zip-ties and tactical gear. Texas resident Larry Brock was also pictured with zip-ties, which officials believe the rioters could have been planning to use to detain politicians. Both face charges of unlawful entry on the restricted property, and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.The affidavit for Munchel reveals that the 30-year-old stormed the Capitol building with his mom after stopping for coffee. Later that day, he encountered a law enforcement officer at his hotel in D.C. and provided his name.“At the time, Munchel was wearing camouflage pants [and] wearing a black holster that appeared to be a handgun,” the affidavit states. “Law enforcement interviewed Munchel and identified that he was carrying a black and yellow ‘taser pulse’ taser that emits an electrical shock. Munchel stated he possessed the taser for self-protection as he had participated at the pro-Trump rally.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.A Brooklyn judge’s son, who was pictured at Wednesday’s attack on the U.S. Capitol wearing fur pelts and carrying police gear, was arrested by the FBI on Tuesday. Aaron Mostofsky, the 34-year-old son of prominent Orthodox Jewish community figures and Kings County Supreme Court Judge Shlomo Mostofsky, was seen in multiple photos from the violent insurrection wearing the bizarre fur outfit and a bulletproof vest with “POLICE” emblazoned across it. He was carrying a wooden staff and a plastic riot shield with Capitol Police insignia. Mostofsky has been charged with four offenses including felony theft of government property, knowingly entering or remaining in a restricting building without lawful authority and doing so with intent to impede government business, and disorderly conduct in the Capitol, according to a criminal complaint obtained by The Daily Beast. His defense lawyer, Jeffrey Schwartz, declined to comment.A source with the knowledge of the case told The Daily Beast that Mostofsky was arrested early Tuesday at his brother’s house in Brooklyn. ABC7, CNN, and NBC first reported the arrest. During his arraignment Tuesday, U.S. Magistrate Judge Sanket Bulsara ordered Mostofsky held on a $100,000 secured bond after prosecutors described his behavior as “a mob attack and a rampage on the U.S. Capitol.”“The government is deeply troubled by the conduct of the defendant. Much of this is public,” Bulsara said Tuesday. While Mostofsky’s arraignment was in New York on Tuesday, the 34-year-old will eventually be extradited to Washington D.C. Schwartz, however, insisted his client “was not part of the mob” and was just “caught up in it.” “He was not rampaging. He understands how the whole thing in Washington got out of hand,” Schwartz said. In an interview with the New York Post last week, Mostofsky admitted he’d attended the event to protest a “stolen election.”“We were cheated. I don’t think 75 million people voted for Trump—I think it was close to 85 million,” he said. “I think certain states that have been red for a long time turned blue and were stolen, like New York.”His claims of millions of votes being flipped or suppressed has been disproven by dozens of courts and the federal Department of Justice. The last time New York State voted red was 1984.According to the criminal complaint, investigators were first alerted to Mostofsky’s identity after seeing his Post interview. In a video interview published with the article, taken from inside the Capitol, Mostofsky claimed he found the bulletproof vest and shield on the floor and took them—along with a police hat he later returned to a police officer because “that might be someone’s personal item.”The complaint says the vest costs around $1,950 and the riot shield costs $256.65. The combined value makes the theft of government property a felony offense.Prosecutors also reviewed Mostofsky’s social media accounts. He posted videos on Instagram of him inside the Capitol and on a bus with a caption, “DC bound stopthesteal.” He told a friend at the protest to look out for “a guy looking like a caveman” then later added: “Even a caveman knows it was stolen.”In one conversation on Instagram after the riot, Mostofsky said it was unfortunate that photos of him at the Capitol had gone viral “cause now people actually know me.” Investigators also found a Nov. 7, 2018 Facebook comment by Mostofsky that read: “Since the republicans lost the house I have the following questions 1 when and where are we protesting/rioting…”David Greenfield, head of the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty and a local powerbroker close to Judge Mostofsky, told The Daily Beast he believes “every single person that trespassed that day should be arrested.” He declined to comment specifically on Mostofsky’s arrest.Mostofsky will appear before a magistrate judge in the Eastern District of New York on Tuesday. Feds Arrest More Rioters Including FL Man Pictured With Pelosi’s LecternNew York authorities have also arrested Will Pepe, the 31-year-old Metro-North worker who called out sick to attend the pro-Trump riot. Pepe, who has worked for the MTA commuter rail for seven years, was identified by colleagues last week after the FBI began circulating photos of those who attended the riot. The New York Post first reported Pepe is set to appear in federal court in White Plains before he’s prosecuted in Washington, D.C. “Participation in the riot which resulted in deadly violence at the Capitol last week was abhorrent to the values of the MTA and New Yorkers, and those who attacked that symbol of American democracy disqualified themselves from working for the People of New York,” an MTA spokesman told the Post. “Mr. Pepe is entitled to due process and was suspended last week as part of that process.”Authorities have detained dozens of people in connection with the insurrection since Wednesday, including Richard Barnett, a self-described white nationalist from Arkansas who posed for gleeful photos in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office; Adam Johnson, a Florida stay-at-home dad who is caught in a photo smiling while absconding with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s lectern; and Jake Angeli, the shirt-less, horn-wearing Arizona resident known as the “QAnon Shaman.”Michael Sherwin, acting U.S. attorney for D.C., said at a press conference on Tuesday that charges have been filed in 70 cases related to the riots, but investigators have opened up more than 170 subject files. “Everyone’s familiar with the zip tie guys, and those who rifled through Pelosi’s office. What the public isn’t aware of is the FBI is looking at significant felony cases, including sedition and conspiracy,” Sherwin said. He added that at the end of the investigation, he expects to file charges in hundreds of criminal cases.“The scope and scale of this investigation are really unprecedented,” he said.The Department of Justice on Monday released more information about Eric Munchel, a 30-year-old Tennessee man who was one of two “zip-tie guys” photographed inside the Senate chamber with zip-ties and tactical gear. Texas resident Larry Brock was also pictured with zip-ties, which officials believe the rioters could have been planning to use to detain politicians. Both face charges of unlawful entry on the restricted property, and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.The affidavit for Munchel reveals that the 30-year-old stormed the Capitol building with his mom after stopping for coffee. Later that day, he encountered a law enforcement officer at his hotel in D.C. and provided his name.“At the time, Munchel was wearing camouflage pants [and] wearing a black holster that appeared to be a handgun,” the affidavit states. “Law enforcement interviewed Munchel and identified that he was carrying a black and yellow ‘taser pulse’ taser that emits an electrical shock. Munchel stated he possessed the taser for self-protection as he had participated at the pro-Trump rally.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.

NY Judge’s Son Pictured at Capitol Riot in Fur Pelts, Police Gear Is Arrested

"The Capitol grounds outside and inside are... a crime scene," acting U.S. Attorney Michael Sherwin said."The Capitol grounds outside and inside are... a crime scene," acting U.S. Attorney Michael Sherwin said.

U.S. Justice Department investigating more than 170 people over Capitol riots - National | Globalnews.ca

Watch U.S. Capitol riot: Over 160 case files opened in 6 days so far, says FBI Video Online, on GlobalNews.caWatch U.S. Capitol riot: Over 160 case files opened in 6 days so far, says FBI Video Online, on GlobalNews.ca

U.S. Capitol riot: Over 160 case files opened in 6 days so far, says FBI | Watch News Videos Online

More than 160 FBI cases have been opened, and 70 people have been charged so far.More than 160 FBI cases have been opened, and 70 people have been charged so far.

US Capitol riots: Investigators warn that hundreds of people are expected to be charged | US News | Sky News

The son of a New York judge was arrested Tuesday for participating in last week's violent rampage at the US Capitol building by supporters of President Donald Trump, prosecutors said.The son of a New York judge was arrested Tuesday for participating in last week's violent rampage at the US Capitol building by supporters of President Donald Trump, prosecutors said.

New York Judge's Son Arrested For Taking Part In US Capitol Violence

FBI warned of 'war' at US Capitol day before pro-Trump riot, report revealsAn FBI office in the state of Virginia warned authorities of a potential "war" from extremist supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump, one day before protesters...

FBI warned of 'war' at US Capitol day before pro-Trump riot, report reveals | Daily Sabah

Hundreds of criminal investigations opened after ugly attack that left five deadHundreds of criminal investigations opened after ugly attack that left five dead

Capitol riot: US pursuing seditious conspiracy cases | Americas – Gulf News

Federal prosecutors are looking at bringing “significant” cases involving possible sedition and conspiracy charges in last week’s riot at the U.S. Capitol.Federal prosecutors are looking at bringing “significant” cases involving possible sedition and conspiracy charges in last week’s riot at the U.S. Capitol.

Feds considering sedition, conspiracy charges

Sedition and conspiracy are expected to be among the charges facing some of the participants in last week's attack on the US Capitol, the Justice Department said.Sedition and conspiracy are expected to be among the charges facing some of the participants in last week's attack on the US Capitol, the Justice Department said.

Sedition, conspiracy cases expected over Capitol attack

US federal investigators aim to charge people with assault and seditious conspiracy over the riot in the US Capitol by President Donald Trump's supporters.US federal investigators aim to charge people with assault and seditious conspiracy over the riot in the US Capitol by President Donald Trump's supporters.

'Tip of the iceberg': Hundreds of people to face charges over US riot

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Social media video has released a treasure […]

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More serious charges will likely follow for the leaders of the riot. More serious charges will likely follow for the leaders of the riot.

Capitol riots: Justice Department expecting to charge hundreds more.

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Federal officials encouraged the U.S. Capitol insurrectionists to turn themselves in before the FBI came looking for them.Federal officials encouraged the U.S. Capitol insurrectionists to turn themselves in before the FBI came looking for them.

'Unprecedented': Feds Say Hundreds Of Trump Rioters Can Expect A Knock On The Door | HuffPost Canada

An FBI notice a day before the deadly siege of the U.S. Capitol warned of "war." But Capitol security was not increased to meet the threat. Jeff Pegues has the latest.An FBI notice a day before the deadly siege of the U.S. Capitol warned of "war." But Capitol security was not increased to meet the threat. Jeff Pegues has the latest.

The acting U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia called the Capitol a "crime scene" and the job to find the people responsible unprecedented.The acting U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia called the Capitol a "crime scene" and the job to find the people responsible unprecedented.

FBI continues to arrest suspects after deadly riot at Capitol | National News | wfmz.com

Over 170 Trump supporters are being probed in criminal cases over the storming of the US Capitol building last week when thousands charged in during a session of the US Congress.Over 170 Trump supporters are being probed in criminal cases over the storming of the US Capitol building last week when thousands charged in during a session of the US Congress.

Criminal cases against Trump supporters with charges of sedition, assault over US Capitol riots - World News

The top federal prosecutor for Washington, D.C., on Tuesday promised to investigate threats and assaults on journalists who were covering the deadly riot at the Capitol last week.The top federal prosecutor for Washington, D.C., on Tuesday promised to investigate threats and assaults on journalists who were covering the deadly riot at the Capitol last week.

Federal prosecutor vows to probe threats, assaults on journalists during Capitol riot | TheHill

The top federal prosecutor for Washington, D.C., on Tuesday promised to investigate threats and assaults on journalists who were covering the deadly riot at the Capitol last week.The top federal prosecutor for Washington, D.C., on Tuesday promised to investigate threats and assaults on journalists who were covering the deadly riot at the Capitol last week.

Federal prosecutor vows to probe threats, assaults on journalists during Capitol riot | TheHill

Federal prosecutors are looking at bringing "significant" cases involving possible sedition and conspiracy charges in last week's riot at the U.S. Capitol.

Federal Prosecutors Look To Bring Cases Of Possible Sedition, Conspiracy After Capitol Riot

The threat is ongoing.The threat is ongoing.

Congress Briefed on Capitol Riot Intelligence Failures, Inauguration Threats

The use of one of the largest facial recognition software databases in the country jumped 26% on the day after the storming of the U.S. Capitol, with police and law enforcement agencies turning to the technology to try to identify agitators behind the attack.The use of one of the largest facial recognition software databases in the country jumped 26% on the day after the storming of the U.S. Capitol, with police and law enforcement agencies turning to the technology to try to identify agitators behind the attack.

FBI says 160 cases opened so far are 'tip of the iceberg'; some to face felony charges of sedition and conspiracy that carry sentences of up to 20 yearsFBI says 160 cases opened so far are 'tip of the iceberg'; some to face felony charges of sedition and conspiracy that carry sentences of up to 20 years

US Justice Dep't: Capitol case like terror probe, will bring 'sedition' charges | The Times of Israel

DONALD TRUMP supporters made chilling threats of violence online before last Wednesday's storming of the US Congress according to a document released by the FBI.DONALD TRUMP supporters made chilling threats of violence online before last Wednesday's storming of the US Congress according to a document released by the FBI.

Donald Trump news: FBI issued warning before Congress stormed by president fans | World | News | Express.co.uk

The FBI warned law enforcement agencies ahead of last week's breach of the U.S. Capitol about the potential for extremist-driven violence, U.S. officials said on Tuesday, contradicting earlier statements that they were caught off guard by the assault by supporters of President Donald Trump.The FBI warned law enforcement agencies ahead of last week's breach of the U.S. Capitol about the potential for extremist-driven violence, U.S. officials said on Tuesday, contradicting earlier statements that they were caught off guard by the assault by supporters of President Donald Trump.

FBI says it warned about prospect of violence ahead of riot :: WRAL.com

Photo by Wes Orshoski Neil Young has shared a statement regarding the Jan. 6 demonstration-turned-riot at the U.S. Capitol, saying, "I was shocked to seePhoto by Wes Orshoski Neil Young has shared a statement regarding the Jan. 6 demonstration-turned-riot at the U.S. Capitol, saying, "I was shocked to see

"I Feel Empathy for the People Who Have Been So Manipulated": Neil Young Reflects on Insurrection at The Capitol

The US has opened criminal investigations of more than 170 people who stormed the Capitol last week and plans to charge some of the most...The US has opened criminal investigations of more than 170 people who stormed the Capitol last week and plans to charge some of the most...

US pursues seditious conspiracy cases in 'unprecedented' probe of Capitol assault | Inquirer News

The FBI says 70 people have been arrested and 100 other suspects identified after last week's Capitol riot—and that's just the "tip of the iceberg." The FBI and the Department... US News Summaries. | Newser'The gamut of cases is mind-blowing,' US attorney says

FBI Says Hundreds More Will Be Charged Over Riots

New report contradicts previous claims that said the bureau was unaware of calls for violence during riotsNew report contradicts previous claims that said the bureau was unaware of calls for violence during riots

‘We get our president or we die’: FBI warned of ‘war’ prior to pro-Trump mob attacks on the Capitol | The Independent

A man who was out on bond on drug charges on the condition he not leave the state of Alabama has been taken into custody on charges of participating in last week’s riot inside the U.S. Capitol.A man who was out on bond on drug charges on the condition he not leave the state of Alabama has been taken into custody on charges of participating in last week’s riot inside the U.S. Capitol.

Records: Alabama man on bond arrested after Capitol riot

Federal agents have arrested the son of a New York City judge on charges that he was among the protesters who stormed the U.S. Capitol, the FBI said Tuesday.Federal agents have arrested the son of a New York City judge on charges that he was among the protesters who stormed the U.S. Capitol, the FBI said Tuesday.

FBI arrests fur-wearing son of New York City judge on Capitol riot charges | KTLA

Federal agents have arrested the son of a New York City judge on charges that he was among the protesters who stormed the U.S. Capitol, the FBI said Tuesday.

FBI arrests fur-wearing son of New York City judge on Capitol riot charges | KTLA

Federal authorities in Washington, D.C. said Tuesday that they’ve charged more than 70 people and opened over 170 individual case files stemming from last week’s deadly attack on the US Capitol and defended their handling of the probe so far, stressing that it’s only beginning.Federal authorities in Washington, D.C. said Tuesday that they’ve charged more than 70 people and opened over 170 individual case files stemming from last week’s deadly attack on the US Capitol and defended their handling of the probe so far, stressing that it’s only beginning.

Federal authorities expect hundreds of people to be charged in attack at the Capitol; probe spans across the country - The Boston Globe

The FBI says it notified other law enforcement agencies, including the U.S. Capitol Police, the day before the riot at the Capitol about an online message about a “war” and storming the U.S. Capitol. The FBI said Tuesday that the warning was issued through the Joint Terrorism Task Force, and the U.S. Capitol Police have […]The FBI says it notified other law enforcement agencies, including the U.S. Capitol Police, the day before the riot at the Capitol about an online message about a “war” and storming the U.S. …

FBI says it warned Capitol police, other law enforcement agencies about ‘war’ message before riot | KTLA

According to a report in The Washington Post, the FBI had warned that extremists were preparing to come to Washington, attack Congress and engage in “war.” The report says the warning was issued in…

FBI warned of plans for assault on U.S. Capitol, report says | KTLA

The US House of Representatives votes to urge the Vice-President to invoke the 25th amendment to remove Donald Trump from office, a symbolic action due to Mike Pence already saying he will not do so.The US House of Representatives votes to urge the Vice-President to invoke the 25th amendment to remove Donald Trump from office, a symbolic action due to Mike Pence already saying he will not do so.

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