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The arrests occurred as the FBI ratchets up its investigation into the role extremist groups played in storming the Capitol, with authorities hoping to head off further violence around Joe Biden’s inauguration.
GiveSendGo.com pages raised more than $247,000 for people who claimed expenses related to the Jan. 6 rally in D.C. and other “Stop the Steal” events.
A demonstrator protests at the home of Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg. Biden will inherit bipartisan momentum to crack down on tech companies’ power. (AP)
Democrats’ calls for regulation have grown more urgent in the days since Biden won the presidency, his party took control of the Senate — and President Trump and his allies further exposed the risks of a largely unregulated web.
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Black Wall Street Liquid Lounge coffee shop owner Guy Troupe. (Joshua Lott/The Post)
A century after the Tulsa massacre, Black entrepreneurs in the city’s Greenwood district feel threatened with erasure yet again.
International pressure mounted for the release of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny answered reporters’ questions, tried to watch cartoons and kissed his wife as he flew toward imprisonment.
In 1956, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was leading the Montgomery bus boycott when his house was attacked with his wife and daughter inside.
President Trump's businesses are taking a hit. He has been impeached a second time and might face legal challenges after he leaves office. Reporter David Fahrenthold answers questions about what’s next for Trump.
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While he will nod to the Capitol riot and unprecedented security in Washington, he plans to make a broader case for national healing and to make government work again.
The women he plans to nominate as deputies at the Departments of Agriculture, Transportation, Health and Human Services, Interior and Education could shore up the vulnerabilities of the Cabinet secretaries they will serve.
The vice president-elect served four years in Congress. California Gov. Gavin Newsom has already said he will name California Secretary of State Alex Padilla to Harris’s seat.
But it's unclear how receptive Iran's leadership remains to renegotiate with world powers after the President Trump pulled out of the pact.
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In previous years, the kingdom earned notoriety as a world leader in executions, along with China and Iran.
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An unusual weather pattern is set to bring damaging winds and "critical" fire weather risk to Los Angeles and San Francisco beginning late Monday.
Defending the storming of the U.S. Capitol as “cool,” the student broadcast her participation on social media — and embraced the firestorm that followed as publicity, the FBI says.
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Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey agreed to ban Donald Trump from Twitter after tearful all-hands meetings, bitter dialogues and employee pushback. It was the biggest decision his company had ever faced.
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Joe Biden adopted Major, a 10-month-old German shepherd, from the Delaware Humane Society. Major will be the first dog adopted from a shelter to live in the White House. (Delaware Humane Association)
The president-elect is “passionate about dogs because he loves them,” said Mark Tobin, a Delaware dog trainer who has worked with the Biden dogs. Tobin said that Joe Biden is a hands-on dog owner.
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