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Impeachment vote: GOP grapples with how to address Capitol violence

Some Republican lawmakers worried impeachment would inflame rather than stifle the passions behind the violence seen in Washington on Jan. 6. read more

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Democrats grapple with how to impeach Trump without hindering Biden's agenda

Some in the party fear that an impeachment trial would prevent the Senate from acting on Biden's priorities. The president-elect is looking for a way out. read more

How was a violent mob able to breach the U.S. Capitol? Activists see double standard in police response

In the days following the Capitol invasion, officials have made conflicting statements regarding security preparation for the rally and the response to the violence. read more

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