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Man Arrested With Gun, Ammo And Non-Government Issued Credential

The U.S. Capitol Police arrested Wesley Beeler Friday evening after he tried to pass a security checkpoint.


0:50Dustin Higgs at federal prison in Terre Haute, Indiana in 2015.
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U.S. Executes 13th Inmate After 17-Year Pause In Federal Executions

1:22Two cowboy hat wearing NRA members walk in front of the gun groups logo
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NRA Files For Bankruptcy, Seeking To Evade NY Lawsuit, Probe


Secretary Of Defense 'Cannot Wait To Leave' Ahead Of Inauguration

1:04Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar submitted his resignation letter on January 12.

Alex Azar Resigns Over Capitol Riots, Decries 'Assault On Democracy'

2:18Man walks up a mountain.

KMGH: Colorado Man Issues Warning After Surviving An Avalanche

2:16Phone dialing number

The Power Of Asking 'How Are You Doing?'

2:01Guard members look at the ground.

KTNV: Nevada National Guard Members Head To D.C.

2:11The interface of Telegram's messaging app is seen on a computer screen
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Millions Move To Encrypted Messaging Apps Amid Big Tech Crackdown

2:35CVS Pharmacist Gerard Diebner prepares a shot of the COVID-19 vaccine for nursing home residents.
AP Photo/Yuki Iwamura

COVID Vaccine Scheduling Struggles

0:26Protester holding sign demanding a higher federal minimum wage.
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Fast-Food Workers Strike To Raise Federal Minimum Wage

1:46A man uses a flagpole as a weapon.
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Rules Against Flagpoles Did Not Cover Rioters Marching To Capitol

2:27Students meet on Zoom.

KNXV: Students Push For Honest Conversations After Capitol Attack

0:30The Dome of the Capitol Building is visible through razor wire installed on top of a fence
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FBI Chief: Tracking Potential Armed Protest, Threats

1:42A closed sign hangs in the door.

WTVF: Many Older Americans Are Struggling To Find Work

2:21Person orders food on an app.

Inside The 'Ghost Kitchen' Phenomenon

1:57A picture of the smell test.

KNXV: Researchers Develop 'Smell Test' To Detect COVID Quicker

0:34Booklet describing unemployment benefits.
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Unemployment Claims Soar With 965,000 Jobless Claims Filed Last Week

2:21Holocaust survivor David Lenga
Holocaust Museum LA

Holocaust Survivor On Capitol Siege: 'History Repeating Itself'

2:17Movie poster for documentary "MLK/FBI"
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'MLK/FBI' Spotlights Government Bias Against Martin Luther King Jr.

0:56President-elect Joe Biden
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President-elect Joe Biden To Unveil Coronavirus Plan

0:26Supporters of President Donald Trump stand outside the U.S. Capitol in Washington
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Investigations Opened To Examine Capitol Security Breaches

1:07Boy carries a bag of food.

WCPO: School District Makes Meal Time More Convenient

0:38A registered nurse Merri Lynn Anderson puts on her protective equipment to check on her patient in a COVID-19 unit
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CDC Projects Up To 92K More Deaths Over Next Three Weeks

1:56A lab technician looks puts a label on a test tube during research on COVID-19, at Johnson & Johnson Janssen.
AP Photo/Virginia Mayo

Early Trials: Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine Prompts Immune Response

1:34Trooper looks at a crowd.

KSTU: Utah Highway Patrol Prepares For Protests

0:40Workers put up bunting on a press riser ahead of Inauguration Day
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Biden Urges Senate To Balance Impeachment With Other Work

1:27Men do a COVID test.

WFTS: Tracking How COVID-19 Spreads

1:05Troops hold inside the Capitol Visitor's Center to reinforce security at the Capitol in Washington,
Alex Brandon / AP

Security Stepped Up On Capitol Hill

2:05Family poses with their hospitalized father.

WPTV: Dad Recovers After Spending 223 Days Hospitalized Due To COVID

0:28Supporters of President Donald Trump gather outside the U.S. Capitol
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2 Virginia Officers Charged In Capitol Riot