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Dozens of pro-Trump rioters who stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 have since been arrested for curfew violations, disorderly conduct, unlawful entry and other crimes. We breakdown the initial charges and where those arrested came from: https://t.co/i8vWDWomyp
The U.S. House passed a resolution urging the vice president to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove President Trump. Before the vote, Pence informed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi that he would not comply. Here’s how lawmakers voted. https://t.co/CqUgb6ytIb
8/8 8 p.m. 🕗 After the chaos on Capitol Hill, a shaken Congress resumed its work late on Wednesday. The Senate and the House rejected two objections to the tally and finally certified the final Electoral College count, with Biden receiving 306 votes and Trump 232 votes. https://t.co/sdLKHK69Cb
4/ 🕐 Several federal buildings around the Capitol were evacuated after a pipe bomb was found and detonated at the Republican National Committee headquarters and another was recovered from the Democratic National Committee headquarters. https://t.co/Tofb4p2gBD