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Putin: US Capitol unrest was a 'stroll'


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Clinton and Pelosi suggest Trump may have been on phone with Putin during Capitol siege


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The U.S. Capitol Riot Wasn’t a Gift to Putin


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US and Russia working toward Biden-Putin summer summit


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Gaunt Navalny in court after 24-day hunger strike

President Putin's arch-critic appears after a hunger strike, as his team say they are being destroyed.
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Joe Biden warns democracy is still threatened and Trump's looming shadow proves it

As President Joe Biden used the grand Washington stage to bemoan the Capitol insurrection as the worst attack on US democracy since the Civil War, a flurry of Trump-era flashbacks underscored the depth of the still unvanquished threat.
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Key senators want a Biden-Putin summit but say no to a reset with Russia


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Rare century-old wood to fix Capitol riot damage


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Internal emails reveal Capitol security officials dismissed warnings about troubling social media posts before riot


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Man who put his feet on desk in Pelosi's office during Capitol riot to be released from jail pending trial

Richard Barnett, the man who put his feet on a desk in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office and left her an insulting note during the Capitol riot, will be released from jail to await further court proceedings from home.
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Internal emails reveal Capitol security officials dismissed warnings about troubling social media posts before January 6 riot

Newly revealed internal emails show an outside group warned Capitol security officials one day before the January 6 insurrection about a series of troubling social media posts calling for people to storm the US Capitol and kill federal employees, evidence that concerns about this kind of online chatter were raised in yet another way ahead of the attack but ultimately still dismissed at the time.
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DC police officer: 'It's been very difficult' seeing elected officials trying to whitewash brutal insurrection

A DC Metropolitan Police officer who was brutally assaulted while defending the US Capitol during the January 6 insurrection said Tuesday evening that it's been difficult to watch some elected officials and others "whitewash" the episode in its aftermath.
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US Capitol rioters charged in Sicknick case were armed with bear spray but only used pepper spray, prosecutors say

The Justice Department on Tuesday abandoned the idea that pro-Trump rioters had used bear spray against US Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick during the January 6 riot, a major change after implying for weeks that bear spray, not pepper spray, had been deployed.
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Lawyers arguing for Capitol rioter's release say he called Pelosi a 'biatch,' which is 'less offensive'

Lawyers for a man photographed sitting at a desk in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office during the January 6 riot at the US Capitol are arguing that he called her a "biatch," not a "b*tch," in calling for his release.
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White House hammering out details of increasingly likely Biden and Putin summit

The White House is hammering out the details of an increasingly likely European summit between President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin, which could happen as soon as early summer, according to sources familiar with the planning.
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White House hammering out details of increasingly likely Biden-Putin summit

The White House is hammering out the details of an increasingly likely European summit between President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin, which could happen as soon as early summer, according to sources familiar with the planning.
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City declares state of emergency as Andrew Brown's family prepares to view video of fatal police shooting

A North Carolina city declared a state of emergency Monday morning amid concerns that video showing the police killing of Andrew Brown Jr. could cause civil unrest when it's released to the public.
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Trump and Bingham stroll into World Championship quarter-finals

Tournament favourite Judd Trump and 2015 champion Stuart Bingham stroll into the World Championship quarter-finals.
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Navalny support network ordered to stop Russia-wide activities

A prosecutor moves to label the network of jailed Putin critic Alexei Navalny as "extremist".
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Biden news - live: President may meet Putin in June as Trump hosts Lauren Boebert’s family at Mar-a-Lago


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'Cowardly and sniveling performance': John Avlon slams Kevin McCarthy's remarks

Kevin McCarthy defended on Fox News former President Donald Trump's handling of the January 6 Capitol insurrection. CNN's John Avlon slammed the House minority leader's comments, saying it is "too kind" to classify his response as whitewashing.
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Biden-Putin summit could take place as early as June, in test of new US foreign policy


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Optimism on police reform in the Capitol collides with anguish in the streets

As President Joe Biden looks to build momentum for police reform in his address to a joint session of Congress this week, there is some optimism in Washington about the potential for a bipartisan compromise that would finally create movement on the issue. But beyond the beltway, there is also deep frustration and anger in the streets of America as young men and women of color keep getting injured and killed by police.
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UPDATE 1-Putin and Biden may meet in June - RIA cites Kremlin aide


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Optimism on police reform in the US Capitol collides with anguish in the streets


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Trump's election lies could incite more violence, DOJ says


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Trump supporters could be incited to future violence by his continued promotion of 2020 election lies, DOJ and judges say

Former President Donald Trump's continued promotion of the "big lie" about the 2020 election could still incite his followers to violence, the Justice Department and judges noted repeatedly this week, as courts weigh the future dangerousness of US Capitol riot defendants.
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Putin: 'Unfriendly' embassies may face Russian hiring bans


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Navalny's Novichok poisoning was Putin sending the world a message, experts say


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Putin critic Navalny ends hunger strike after over 3 weeks


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