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Bradley Rukstales, of Inverness, Illinois was forced out of Cogensia and sold interests in the firm after his participation in the violence
Ex-Facebook employee, who accused social media giant of putting profit over public good, to push for regulation
Frances Haugen is set to testify on Capitol Hill after she leaked reams of internal research to authorities and The Wall Street Journal, which detailed how Facebook knew its sites were potentially harmful to young people's mental health
On Inauguration Day, President-elect Biden and both the Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will take Oaths of Office at noon, which will be followed by the inaugural address
The 38-year-old Keller competed in the 2000, 2004 and 2008 Summer Olympics. He captured two golds and a silver as a member of the 800-meter freestyle relay, as well as a pair of individual bronzes in the 400 free.
Unless, for some reason, he departs earlier amid the outrage over the storming of the US Capitol by his supporters. Here are some of the possible scenarios for the coming days
LeBron James has remained a critic of Trump during his four years in office and said that what happened at the US Capitol was a direct correlation of what Trump represents.
US Capitol breach: Joe Biden decries 'darkest days' in US history, says pro-Trump protesters shown leniency
Biden slammed the outgoing president's record, saying the former real estate mogul had 'unleashed an all-out assault on the institutions of our democracy from the outset'
Pro-Trump supporters swarm US Capitol in attempt to overturn election results; four dead, dozens arrested
In Photos: Pro-Trump supporters swarm US Capitol in attempt to overturn election results; one woman dead, dozens arrested
Day after egging on US Capitol rioters, Donald Trump appeals for 'healing' and pledges smooth transition of power
In a video message aiming to calm tensions after his supporters stormed the US Capitol, Trump voiced outrage at the clashes that left at least four dead
'Thought we’d have to fight our way out': Capitol breach leaves senators aghast, many blame Trump for chaos
In a surreal scene of chaos and glee, hundreds of Trump loyalists roamed the halls, taking photos and breaking into offices. No police officers were in view
‘Beautiful sight’: China mocks US Capitol siege online, recalls Nancy Pelosi's remark on Hong Kong protests
State media tabloid Global Times tweeted side-by-side photo comparisons of Hong Kong protesters occupying the city's Legislative Council Complex in July 2019 with the Washington riots
US Capitol siege: Donald Trump supporters occupy Congress, vandalise Nancy Pelosi's office; at least four dead in riots
The pro-Trump mob took over the presiding officer's chair in the Senate, the offices of the House speaker and the Senate dais, where one yelled, 'Trump won that election'
US Capitol breach: A look at how world leaders, US allies reacted to siege by Trump supporters in Washington
Joe Biden called for the restoration of 'just simple decency' as a mob incited by his predecessor stormed the US Capitol and delayed Congress from certifying the results of November's election
US Capitol violence: Facebook, Twitter block Donald Trump from posting over policy breach, appearing to exhort Washington rioters
Donald Trump supporters swarmed the US Capitol, putting it on lockdown, as Vice-President Mike Pence rebuffed the president's demand to overturn his loss to Joe Biden
Pentagon claims US launched airstrikes targeting Iran-backed Shia group in Iraq base; defence dept says 5 weapon storage facilities hit
The US launched airstrikes Thursday in Iraq, targeting the Iranian-backed Shia militia members believed responsible for the rocket attack that killed and wounded American and British troops at a base north of Baghdad, the Pentagon said
US Army officer says he heard Donald Trump-Volodymyr Zelenskiy call, raised concerns over US president seeking 'favour' from Ukraine
Alexander Vindman, a lieutenant colonel who served in Iraq and, later, as a diplomat, is prepared to tell House investigators that he listened to US president Donald Trump's 25 July call with new Ukraine president Volodymyr Zelenskiy and reported his concerns to the NSC's lead counsel, according to prepared testimony
White House dusts off Mueller playbook as pressure mounts on Donald Trump over phone call to Ukraine president
The White House is dusting off its playbook from the special counsel's Russia investigation
Pakistan’s point of view was not ‘appropriately presented’ in front of US, says Imran Khan after meeting with Speaker Nancy Pelosi
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday said that, in the past, Pakistan's point of view was not 'appropriately presented' in front of US.
No senior US official present to welcome Imran Khan on maiden visit; Shah Mahmood Qureshi receives Pakistan PM
On his maiden visit to the United States, where Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan will hold talks with president Donald Trump, the former was not accorded an official welcome as required for heads of states
Donald Trump slams four Democratic Congresswomen during campaign rally in North Caroline; crowd chants, ‘Send her back’
Going after four Democratic congresswomen one by one, combative Donald Trump turned his campaign rally into extended dissection. Trump set off a firestorm when he tweeted that four should “go back” to their home countries, though three were born in US.