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More Than A Dozen GOP State Lawmakers Attended Rally That Gave Way To Riots

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| GOP Virginia State Sen. Amanda Chase faces calls to resign after attending the rally that gave way to a riot on Wednesday. Following the events, she called those who stormed the Capitol "patriots."

COVID-19 Vaccinations Are Off To A Slow Start — But Not In Some Rural Areas


Some rural areas, where health care is usually harder to get, appear to be leading the nation in delivery of the COVID-19 vaccine. But health leaders are cautioning there are caveats.

On Far-Right Websites, Plans To Storm Capitol Were Made In Plain Sight


The groundwork for the attack on the U.S. Capitol was laid five years ago, say experts on extremism and social media — but one was surprised when this time, the rhetoric turned into real violence.

Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo Is Biden's Commerce Secretary Pick


If confirmed, Gov. Gina Raimondo, the first woman to lead Rhode Island, would oversee the Census Bureau as it finishes a fraught national count that has been upended by COVID-19 and Trump officials.

'It's Just A Shame': Trump Voters React To Insurrection At U.S. Capitol


After Wednesday's insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, the response from people around the country who voted for Trump is mixed, with some blaming him and others saying the protesters hurt their cause.


Video Shows Newly Elected W.Va. Lawmaker Among Mob That Stormed The U.S. Capitol


West Virginia Del. Derrick Evans, sworn in last month, was seen in a since-deleted video entering the building. It is unclear whether Evans will face disciplinary action from fellow state lawmakers.

After Chaos, Insurrection And Death, Pro-Trump Rioters Defy D.C. Curfew


The extremists are calmly milling about the Capitol grounds, despite the D.C. curfew in effect. The relatively peaceful dispersal is in stark contrast to the response to last summer's BLM protests.

States Also See Protests — And Angry Responses — To D.C. Violence


While local police reported some arrests, many of the rallies remained peaceful.

After Slow Start, Europeans Call For Quicker Vaccines Against COVID-19


From France to Germany to The Netherlands, citizens are venting frustration over the pace of the mass vaccination program.