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ASSOCIATED PRESS / JAN. 6 Supporters of President Donald Trump stand outside the U.S. Capitol in Washington.
Proud Boys under growing scrutiny in Capitol riot investigation

The leadership of the Proud Boys has come under increased scrutiny as agents and prosecutors across the country try to determine how closely members of the far-right nationalist group communicated during the riot at the Capitol this month and to what extent they might have planned the assault in advance, according to federal law enforcement officials. Read more

ASSOCIATED PRESS / JAN. 25
                                A patient is pushed on a trolley from an ambulance outside the Royal London Hospital in east London, during England’s third national lockdown since the coronavirus outbreak began. The U.K. is under an indefinite national lockdown to curb the spread of the new variant, with nonessential shops, gyms and hairdressers closed, most people working from home and schools largely offering remote learning.
Britain passes a grim milestone of 100K coronavirus-related deaths

Britain today surpassed 100,000 deaths from the coronavirus, a tragic milestone that laid bare the missteps in Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s handling of the pandemic, as well as the tough choices he now faces in trying to keep lethal new variants of the virus out of the country. Read more

JUSTIN T. GELLERSON/THE NEW YORK TIMES / 2017
                                Martin Baron, executive editor of The Washington Post, in the newspaper’s newsroom in Washington. Baron will retire at the end of February, the publication announced today.
Marty Baron will retire from The Washington Post

Martin Baron, a newsroom giant who led The Washington Post, The Boston Globe and The Miami Herald to numerous Pulitzer Prizes in a storied journalism career, said today that he would retire Feb. 28 after eight years as The Post’s executive editor. Read more

ASSOCIATED PRESS / JAN. 6
                                Violent rioters, loyal to President Donald Trump, storm the Capitol in Washington.
Capitol police chief apologizes for security failures during the assault

The acting chief of the Capitol Police apologized to Congress today for the agency’s massive security failures Jan. 6, acknowledging during a closed-door briefing that the department knew there was a “strong potential for violence” but failed to take adequate steps to prevent what she described as a “terrorist attack.” Read more

ASSOCIATED PRESS / 2020
                                A health care worker receives a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine at the N-1 military base in Mexico City. Mexico will start vaccinating teachers and other school personnel in Campeche, one of the country’s 32 states this weekend with an eye toward resuming in-person classes there as early as late next month, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said Friday, Jan. 22.
Mexico looks to reopen schools in just one of its states

Mexico will start vaccinating teachers and other school personnel in Campeche, one of the country’s 32 states this weekend with an eye toward resuming in-person classes there as early as late next month, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said Friday, Jan. 22. Read more

ASSOCIATED PRESS / 2020
                                Ballots are counted at the Allegheny County Election Division warehouse on the Northside of Pittsburgh. Democrats plan to move quickly on one of the first bills of the new Congress, which would set federal election standards. The For the People Act would require states to offer early voting, same-day registration and the option of absentee voting for all registered voters.
Democrats make federal election standards a top priority

Democrats plan to move quickly on one of the first bills of the new Congress, which would set federal election standards. The For the People Act would require states to offer early voting, same-day registration and the option of absentee voting for all registered voters. Read more


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