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Alan Canfora, Who Carried Wounds From Kent State, Dies at 71

A forensic analysis of the audio file commissioned by The Plain Dealer of Cleveland confirmed that a voice on the recording was that of someone…

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Before the Capitol Riot, Calls for Cash and Talk of Revolution

Keith Lee, an Air Force veteran and former police detective, spent the morning of Jan. 6 casing the entrances to the Capitol. In online videos,…

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Capitol Attack Could Fuel Extremist Recruitment For Years, Experts Warn

“Luck may be needed in the Second Civil War,” Larry Rendell Brock Jr., a Texas man charged in connection with the attack, wrote on Facebook…

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States Brace for Armed Protests in Wake of U.S. Capitol Attack

Bracing for the potential of violent protests in the days leading up to the presidential inauguration on Jan. 20, state officials are calling up National…

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Inaugural Security Is Fortified in D.C. as Military and Police Links Are Eyed in Riot

Mr. Sanford’s arrest was unrelated to the death of a Capitol Police officer, Brian Sicknick, who was said to have been struck in the head…

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Rare Pentagon Mission: Armed Troops in Capital

Foreign interference that may be masked as domestic unrest is another point of concern. If the protesters cannot get near the inaugural events, Department of…

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