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(CNN)At this time yesterday, it was already shaping up to be a busy news day: Two Georgia Democrats were poised to flip the Senate with imminent runoff wins. Congress was getting ready to confirm the results of the Electoral College amid objections by several Republican members. Coronavirus deaths in the US were rocketing to a new all-time high. Then, around midday, a violent mob of Trump supporters, egged on by the President himself, breached the US Capitol, sending politicians into hiding and sparking hours of chaos, violence and insurrection on what is sure to go down as one of the darkest days in American political history.

Here’s the latest on the situation, plus everything else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and On with Your Day. (You can also get “5 Things You Need to Know Today” delivered to your inbox daily. Sign up here.)CAPITOL RIOTWhat happened: Washington was already planning for pro-Trump groups to protest yesterday’s Electoral College count. But in the early afternoon, some protesters began tussling with police. About 90 minutes later, they were inside the Capitol, and Capitol police say they were overwhelmed by the crowd. Others inside the building, including Congressional staff, legislators and Vice President Mike Pence, were evacuated or told to seek shelter. Images show rioters with Confederate flags and Trump paraphernalia ransacking offices and parading about the Senate floor. One woman died after being shot on Capitol grounds, and three other people died following medical emergencies during the riot. The Capitol was finally cleared at 5:40 p.m. ET, and all in all, 52 people were arrested. Elsewhere across the nation, smaller but similar scenes unfolded, including in front of Georgia’s capitol building and the governor’s mansion in Washington state.A rioter holds a Trump flag inside the US Capitol near the Senate chamber on Wednesday, January 6.A rioter holds a Trump flag inside the US Capitol near the Senate chamber on Wednesday, January 6. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressA rioter holds a Trump flag inside the US Capitol near the Senate chamber on Wednesday, January 6.Hide Caption 1 of 41Members of the DC National Guard stand outside the Capitol on Wednesday night after the riots.Members of the DC National Guard stand outside the Capitol on Wednesday night after the riots. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressMembers of the DC National Guard stand outside the Capitol on Wednesday night after the riots.Hide Caption 2 of 41Law enforcement officers point their guns at a door that was vandalized in the House chamber after the Capitol was breached.Law enforcement officers point their guns at a door that was vandalized in the House chamber after the Capitol was breached. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressLaw enforcement officers point their guns at a door that was vandalized in the House chamber after the Capitol was breached.Hide Caption 3 of 41A rioter hangs from a balcony in the Senate chamber.A rioter hangs from a balcony in the Senate chamber. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressA rioter hangs from a balcony in the Senate chamber.Hide Caption 4 of 41Trump supporters cover their faces after tear gas was fired in front of the Capitol.Trump supporters cover their faces after tear gas was fired in front of the Capitol. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressTrump supporters cover their faces after tear gas was fired in front of the Capitol.Hide Caption 5 of 41US Rep. Jason Crow, a Democrat from Colorado, comforts US Rep. Susan Wild, a Democrat from Pennsylvania, while taking cover in the House chamber on Wednesday.US Rep. Jason Crow, a Democrat from Colorado, comforts US Rep. Susan Wild, a Democrat from Pennsylvania, while taking cover in the House chamber on Wednesday. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressUS Rep. Jason Crow, a Democrat from Colorado, comforts US Rep. Susan Wild, a Democrat from Pennsylvania, while taking cover in the House chamber on Wednesday.Hide Caption 6 of 41A Trump supporter sits inside the office of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi after breaching the Capitol.A Trump supporter sits inside the office of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi after breaching the Capitol. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressA Trump supporter sits inside the office of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi after breaching the Capitol.Hide Caption 7 of 41Papers and other materials litter the House chamber after it was evacuated.Papers and other materials litter the House chamber after it was evacuated. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressPapers and other materials litter the House chamber after it was evacuated.Hide Caption 8 of 41A Trump supporter carries a Confederate battle flag in the Capitol Rotunda.A Trump supporter carries a Confederate battle flag in the Capitol Rotunda. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressA Trump supporter carries a Confederate battle flag in the Capitol Rotunda.Hide Caption 9 of 41Tear gas is deployed as rioters gather outside the Capitol.Tear gas is deployed as rioters gather outside the Capitol. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressTear gas is deployed as rioters gather outside the Capitol.Hide Caption 10 of 41Capitol Police detain rioters outside of the House chamber.Capitol Police detain rioters outside of the House chamber. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressCapitol Police detain rioters outside of the House chamber.Hide Caption 11 of 41Trump supporters storm the Capitol during clashes with police.Trump supporters storm the Capitol during clashes with police. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressTrump supporters storm the Capitol during clashes with police.Hide Caption 12 of 41Rioters walk through the Capitol after breaching barricades to the building.Rioters walk through the Capitol after breaching barricades to the building. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressRioters walk through the Capitol after breaching barricades to the building.Hide Caption 13 of 41Members of Congress run for cover as rioters try to enter the House chamber.Members of Congress run for cover as rioters try to enter the House chamber. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressMembers of Congress run for cover as rioters try to enter the House chamber.Hide Caption 14 of 41Congressional staffers hold up their hands while Capitol Police SWAT teams secure the US Capitol.Congressional staffers hold up their hands while Capitol Police SWAT teams secure the US Capitol. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressCongressional staffers hold up their hands while Capitol Police SWAT teams secure the US Capitol.Hide Caption 15 of 41One of <a href="https://www.cnn.com/2021/01/07/us/insurrection-capitol-extremist-groups-invs/index.html" target="_blank">the most recognizable figures in the crowd</a> was a man in his 30s with a painted face, fur hat and a helmet with horns. The protester, Jake Angeli — known by followers as the QAnon Shaman — quickly became a symbol of the bizarre and frightening spectacle. In recent months, Angeli has been a regular presence at pro-Trump protests in Arizona, including demonstrations outside the Maricopa County vote-counting center.One of <a href="https://www.cnn.com/2021/01/07/us/insurrection-capitol-extremist-groups-invs/index.html" target="_blank">the most recognizable figures in the crowd</a> was a man in his 30s with a painted face, fur hat and a helmet with horns. The protester, Jake Angeli — known by followers as the QAnon Shaman — quickly became a symbol of the bizarre and frightening spectacle. In recent months, Angeli has been a regular presence at pro-Trump protests in Arizona, including demonstrations outside the Maricopa County vote-counting center. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressOne of the most recognizable figures in the crowd was a man in his 30s with a painted face, fur hat and a helmet with horns. The protester, Jake Angeli — known by followers as the QAnon Shaman — quickly became a symbol of the bizarre and frightening spectacle. In recent months, Angeli has been a regular presence at pro-Trump protests in Arizona, including demonstrations outside the Maricopa County vote-counting center.Hide Caption 16 of 41A rioter sits in the Senate chamber.A rioter sits in the Senate chamber. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressA rioter sits in the Senate chamber.Hide Caption 17 of 41Police keep a watch on demonstrators who tried to break through a police barrier outside the Capitol on Wednesday.Police keep a watch on demonstrators who tried to break through a police barrier outside the Capitol on Wednesday. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressPolice keep a watch on demonstrators who tried to break through a police barrier outside the Capitol on Wednesday.Hide Caption 18 of 41A Trump supporter sits at a desk after invading the Capitol.A Trump supporter sits at a desk after invading the Capitol. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressA Trump supporter sits at a desk after invading the Capitol.Hide Caption 19 of 41People take shelter in the House chamber as rioters try to break in. House members were given gas masks that were under the seats, according to a pool reporter on the House floor.People take shelter in the House chamber as rioters try to break in. House members were given gas masks that were under the seats, according to a pool reporter on the House floor. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressPeople take shelter in the House chamber as rioters try to break in. House members were given gas masks that were under the seats, according to a pool reporter on the House floor.Hide Caption 20 of 41Trump supporters stand on a Capitol Police armored vehicle as others take over the steps of the Capitol.Trump supporters stand on a Capitol Police armored vehicle as others take over the steps of the Capitol. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressTrump supporters stand on a Capitol Police armored vehicle as others take over the steps of the Capitol.Hide Caption 21 of 41US Reps. Lucille Roybal-Allard and Annie Kuster take cover while rioters were in the Capitol.US Reps. Lucille Roybal-Allard and Annie Kuster take cover while rioters were in the Capitol. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressUS Reps. Lucille Roybal-Allard and Annie Kuster take cover while rioters were in the Capitol.Hide Caption 22 of 41A Capitol Police officer sprays a person who was trying to enter the Capitol.A Capitol Police officer sprays a person who was trying to enter the Capitol. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressA Capitol Police officer sprays a person who was trying to enter the Capitol.Hide Caption 23 of 41Trump supporters climb a wall outside the Capitol.Trump supporters climb a wall outside the Capitol. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressTrump supporters climb a wall outside the Capitol.Hide Caption 24 of 41Trump supporters gesture to Capitol Police in the hallway outside of the Senate chamber.Trump supporters gesture to Capitol Police in the hallway outside of the Senate chamber. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressTrump supporters gesture to Capitol Police in the hallway outside of the Senate chamber.Hide Caption 25 of 41A crowd of Trump supporters can be seen from inside the Capitol.A crowd of Trump supporters can be seen from inside the Capitol. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressA crowd of Trump supporters can be seen from inside the Capitol.Hide Caption 26 of 41Trump supporters walk through the Capitol's Statuary Hall.Trump supporters walk through the Capitol's Statuary Hall. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressTrump supporters walk through the Capitol’s Statuary Hall.Hide Caption 27 of 41People evacuate the House chamber as rioters attempt to break in.People evacuate the House chamber as rioters attempt to break in. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressPeople evacuate the House chamber as rioters attempt to break in.Hide Caption 28 of 41Trump supporters try to break through a police barrier outside the Capitol. Shortly after 1 p.m., some pushed through barriers set up along the perimeter of the Capitol, where they tussled with officers in full riot gear.Trump supporters try to break through a police barrier outside the Capitol. Shortly after 1 p.m., some pushed through barriers set up along the perimeter of the Capitol, where they tussled with officers in full riot gear. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressTrump supporters try to break through a police barrier outside the Capitol. Shortly after 1 p.m., some pushed through barriers set up along the perimeter of the Capitol, where they tussled with officers in full riot gear.Hide Caption 29 of 41Trump supporters gather outside the Capitol.Trump supporters gather outside the Capitol. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressTrump supporters gather outside the Capitol.Hide Caption 30 of 41Capitol Police tries to hold back people outside the east doors to the House side of the Capitol.Capitol Police tries to hold back people outside the east doors to the House side of the Capitol. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressCapitol Police tries to hold back people outside the east doors to the House side of the Capitol.Hide Caption 31 of 41Trump supporters try to break through a police barrier.Trump supporters try to break through a police barrier. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressTrump supporters try to break through a police barrier.Hide Caption 32 of 41Vice President Mike Pence and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi officiate the joint session of Congress on Wednesday. Congress was meeting to count and certify the Electoral College votes before the Capitol was breached.Vice President Mike Pence and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi officiate the joint session of Congress on Wednesday. Congress was meeting to count and certify the Electoral College votes before the Capitol was breached. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressVice President Mike Pence and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi officiate the joint session of Congress on Wednesday. Congress was meeting to count and certify the Electoral College votes before the Capitol was breached.Hide Caption 33 of 41Republicans applaud after US Rep. Paul Gosar, lower right, objected to certifying the Electoral College votes from Arizona.Republicans applaud after US Rep. Paul Gosar, lower right, objected to certifying the Electoral College votes from Arizona. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressRepublicans applaud after US Rep. Paul Gosar, lower right, objected to certifying the Electoral College votes from Arizona.Hide Caption 34 of 41The certification of Arizona's Electoral College votes is unsealed during Wednesday's joint session of Congress.The certification of Arizona's Electoral College votes is unsealed during Wednesday's joint session of Congress. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressThe certification of Arizona’s Electoral College votes is unsealed during Wednesday’s joint session of Congress.Hide Caption 35 of 41Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer blows a kiss to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as he and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell arrive for Wednesday's session.Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer blows a kiss to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as he and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell arrive for Wednesday's session. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressSenate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer blows a kiss to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as he and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell arrive for Wednesday’s session.Hide Caption 36 of 41Congress begins its joint session on Wednesday.Congress begins its joint session on Wednesday. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressCongress begins its joint session on Wednesday.Hide Caption 37 of 41Trump arrives to speak to his supporters on Wednesday. His speech included calls for his vice president to step outside his constitutional bounds and overturn the results of the election. "Hope Mike is going to do the right thing," Trump said at the rally. "If Mike Pence does the right thing, we win the election."Trump arrives to speak to his supporters on Wednesday. His speech included calls for his vice president to step outside his constitutional bounds and overturn the results of the election. "Hope Mike is going to do the right thing," Trump said at the rally. "If Mike Pence does the right thing, we win the election." Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressTrump arrives to speak to his supporters on Wednesday. His speech included calls for his vice president to step outside his constitutional bounds and overturn the results of the election. “Hope Mike is going to do the right thing,” Trump said at the rally. “If Mike Pence does the right thing, we win the election.”Hide Caption 38 of 41People rally near the White House in support of Trump.People rally near the White House in support of Trump. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressPeople rally near the White House in support of Trump.Hide Caption 39 of 41Chamber assistants carry Electoral College ballot boxes at the Capitol.Chamber assistants carry Electoral College ballot boxes at the Capitol. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressChamber assistants carry Electoral College ballot boxes at the Capitol.Hide Caption 40 of 41Trump supporters participate in a rally near the White House on Wednesday.Trump supporters participate in a rally near the White House on Wednesday. Photos: Pro-Trump rioters breach the US Capitol on historic day in CongressTrump supporters participate in a rally near the White House on Wednesday.Hide Caption 41 of 4104 electoral college vote protests 010636 electoral college vote protest 010603 house chamber 010611 electoral college vote protest 010623 electoral college vote protest 110619 electoral college vote protests17 electoral college vote protests 010606 house chamber 010601 capitol confederate flag 010621 electoral college vote protests 010601 capitol protestors arrested 010634 electoral college vote protest 010637 electoral college vote protest 010601 house chamber 010640 electoral college vote protest 010601 Jake Angeli capitol 010642 electoral college vote protest 010618 electoral college vote protests 010611 electoral college vote protests 010604 house chamber 010605 electoral college vote protests 010638 electoral college vote protest 010612 electoral college vote protests 0106 RESTRICTED15 electoral college vote protests 010622  electoral college vote protests 010641 electoral college vote protest 010614 electoral college vote protests 010639 electoral college vote protest 010603 electoral college vote protests 010618 electoral college vote proteststrump rally protesters u.s. capitol 0106 19 electoral college vote protests 010603 electoral college vote count 0106 pence pelosi06 electoral college vote count 0106 az objection15 electoral college vote cuont 0106 ariznoa19 electoral college vote count 0106 Schumer McConnell13 electoral college vote count 010603 trump speaks DC protest 010605 trump rallies 0106 washington DC05 electoral college vote count 0106 ballot boxes RESTRICTED06 trump rallies 0106 washington DCRead MoreThe President’s response: It took President Trump hours to respond to the domestic terrorism. In tweets and a video message, the President offered only lukewarm admonition and repeated some of the baseless claims that motivated the protests in the first place. “We love you,” he said to rioters in the video. “You’re very special.” The video and some of his tweets were taken down by Twitter and Facebook in what the companies said was an attempt to prevent more violence. Both platforms temporarily locked Trump’s accounts.Hear what Trump told crowd before riotHear what Trump told crowd before riotHear what Trump told crowd before riotJUST WATCHEDHear what Trump told crowd before riotReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Hear what Trump told crowd before riot 02:54Electoral College affirmation: After abandoning the proceedings as rioters forced their way inside the Capitol, House and Senate members reconvened last night and, just a few hours ago, finally affirmed Joe Biden’s Electoral College win. Several GOP senators who’d planned to object changed their minds because of the day’s events. The process was understandably tense. Two House members nearly came to blows during a debate over Pennsylvania’s election results, and Sen. Lindsey Graham, a staunch supporter of Trump, vigorously defended certifying the electoral votes. Earlier in the day, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Vice President Mike Pence had voiced their belief in the legitimacy of Biden’s victory and rejected Trump’s claims of voter fraud. See moment Congress finalizes Joe Biden's victory See moment Congress finalizes Joe Biden's victory See moment Congress finalizes Joe Biden's victory JUST WATCHEDSee moment Congress finalizes Joe Biden’s victory ReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

See moment Congress finalizes Joe Biden’s victory 01:43Political response: In addition to expressing obvious horror and anger, a growing number of Republican leaders and Cabinet officials have told CNN they believe Trump should be removed from office before Biden’s January 20 inauguration, even if it means invoking the 25th Amendment or disqualifying him from ever holding office again. Several White House staffers have resigned, including Trump’s deputy national security adviser Matt Pottinger and Stephanie Grisham, chief of staff to first lady Melania Trump, and more are reportedly considering resignation. Former military officials who served under Trump, including his first defense secretary, James Mattis, strongly condemned Trump’s actions and the actions of others they say have interfered with a peaceful transfer of power. Even industry leaders have weighed in. The National Association of Manufacturers, one of the most influential business groups in the US, called on Pence to consider working to remove Trump from office. All four living former US Presidents decried the Capitol breach.Sen. Romney: This was 'an insurrection incited by the President' Sen. Romney: This was 'an insurrection incited by the President' Sen. Romney: This was 'an insurrection incited by the President' JUST WATCHEDSen. Romney: This was ‘an insurrection incited by the President’ ReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Sen. Romney: This was ‘an insurrection incited by the President’ 03:19World response: US allies and adversaries looked on in shock and revulsion at yesterday’s events. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson condemned the “disgraceful scenes in US Congress.” German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas compared the violence to the Nazis burning the Reichstag parliament building in 1933, saying, “The enemies of democracy will rejoice at these inconceivable images.” Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called Trump a “sick person” who had disgraced his country. Top diplomats and leaders in Iceland, France, Austria, Poland, Ecuador, Colombia and Scotland, among others, reminded the US of its role as a global model of democracy. Russian President Vladimir Putin has been notably silent so far.'Astonishing': Clarissa Ward shocked by Turkey's press release'Astonishing': Clarissa Ward shocked by Turkey's press release'Astonishing': Clarissa Ward shocked by Turkey's press releaseJUST WATCHED’Astonishing’: Clarissa Ward shocked by Turkey’s press releaseReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

‘Astonishing’: Clarissa Ward shocked by Turkey’s press release 02:36What happens next: The US Secret Service is significantly ramping up coverage and bringing more agents to the White House in the wake of the scenes of domestic terror. Trump, meanwhile, issued a statement pledging an “orderly” transition on January 20 — but not without baselessly reiterating that he still thinks the election was stolen from him. The President’s ongoing refusal to accept reality has led to concern, both within the White House and beyond, over what Trump may do — and how his supporters, rivals and, indeed, the world will respond — in his final two weeks in office.These Trump supporters say they're 'proud' of chaos at CapitolThese Trump supporters say they're 'proud' of chaos at CapitolThese Trump supporters say they're 'proud' of chaos at CapitolJUST WATCHEDThese Trump supporters say they’re ‘proud’ of chaos at CapitolReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

These Trump supporters say they’re ‘proud’ of chaos at Capitol 02:39OTHER TOP NEWS• The US reported new single-day records for coronavirus deaths and hospitalizations yesterday, and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned that the total national Covid-19 death toll could exceed 430,000 by month’s end. At least 52 cases of a coronavirus variant first identified in the UK have now been found in the US. FDA-approved Covid-19 saliva test available on AmazonFDA-approved Covid-19 saliva test available on AmazonFDA-approved Covid-19 saliva test available on AmazonJUST WATCHEDFDA-approved Covid-19 saliva test available on AmazonReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

FDA-approved Covid-19 saliva test available on Amazon 01:13• President-elect Joe Biden will nominate Judge Merrick Garland as his attorney general, people familiar with the matter tell CNN.Sen. Klobuchar reacts to Judge Merrick Garland nominationSen. Klobuchar reacts to Judge Merrick Garland nominationSen. Klobuchar reacts to Judge Merrick Garland nominationJUST WATCHEDSen. Klobuchar reacts to Judge Merrick Garland nominationReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Sen. Klobuchar reacts to Judge Merrick Garland nomination 02:58• Democrat Jon Ossoff defeated incumbent Georgia Sen. David Perdue, solidifying a 50-50 Senate split, with Kamala Harris as the Democratic tiebreaker after she’s sworn in as vice president, CNN projects. Ossoff wins the Georgia runoff against Perdue, CNN projectsOssoff wins the Georgia runoff against Perdue, CNN projectsOssoff wins the Georgia runoff against Perdue, CNN projectsJUST WATCHEDOssoff wins the Georgia runoff against Perdue, CNN projectsReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Ossoff wins the Georgia runoff against Perdue, CNN projects 00:45• The Louisville Metro Police Department fired two detectives connected with the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor in March. According to termination papers, one was fired for using deadly force during the encounter, and the other was fired for failing to complete a search warrant operations document and failing to verify details that justified the search warrant. Breonna Taylor juror: There should have been more chargesBreonna Taylor juror: There should have been more chargesbreonna taylor grand juror interview charges orig mg_00001729JUST WATCHEDBreonna Taylor juror: There should have been more chargesReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

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Winter weather double header for the Southeast 02:23Check your local forecast here>>>AND FINALLYThrough the yearsThe US Capitol building has stood for generations as an icon of American democracy. Watch how it has weathered change from one era to the next. (Click here to view.)

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