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Facebook Removes 'Stop The Steal' Content; Twitter Suspends QAnon Accounts

Twitter has suspended more than 70,000 accounts spreading the QAnon conspiracy theory since Friday. Facebook is removing content with the phrase "stop the steal."

A health care worker with the Florida Department of Health administers a Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine at a retirement community in Pompano Beach, Fla. New Trump administration guidance is expected Tuesday, urging states to make all people over 65 eligible for the vaccine. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Administration Urges States To Open COVID-19 Vaccination To Everyone Over 65

The federal government announced several big changes to its vaccine plans, upending earlier guidance about who to prioritize for the next phase.

Lisa Montgomery was scheduled to be executed by lethal injection on Jan. 12 at the Federal Correctional Complex in Terre Haute, Ind. The stay lets the court conduct a competency hearing to assess her mental state. Attorneys for Lisa Montgomery via AP hide caption

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Government Appeals Stay Of Execution For Only Female On Federal Death Row

Lisa Montgomery was scheduled to die by lethal injection on Tuesday, and would be the U.S. government's first execution of a female inmate in more than 67 years.

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Israeli Human Rights Group Says The Country Pursues Nondemocratic 'Apartheid Regime'

The highly charged reference to South Africa's former policy of white rule has long been a Palestinian critique of Israel's treatment of its Arab citizens and the occupied territories.

Rep. Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., is calling for any member of Congress who refuses to wear a face mask to be fined and removed from the floor of their chamber. Graeme Jennings/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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3rd Member Of Congress Tests Positive For Coronavirus, Blames Capitol Attack Lockdown

Rep. Pramila Jayapal says people who refused to wear masks during last week's security lockdown created "a superspreader event ON TOP of a domestic terrorist attack."

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Roots Of U.S. Capitol Insurrectionists Run Through American West

Violent acts of insurrection like the U.S. Capitol mob have been incubating in the western U.S. for years, where self-described "patriots" have led armed uprisings, often with few legal consequences.

Roots Of U.S. Capitol Insurrectionists Run Through American West

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Capitol Police Officers Suspended For Actions During Rioters' Attack On Capitol

One suspended officer took a selfie with a rioter. Another donned a MAGA hat and "started directing people around," Rep. Tim Ryan said. Other officers are under investigation.

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Talking With People In Your Life Hesitant About The Coronavirus Vaccine

Many Americans remain unsure about whether to get the coronavirus vaccine. If you're talking to people in your life about getting it, make sure to lead with empathy and acknowledge what you don't know.

Talking With People In Your Life Hesitant About The Coronavirus Vaccine

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Bill Belichick at Gillette Stadium on earlier this month. The New England Patriots head coach turned down the nation's highest civilian honor from the president Monday, citing last week's violent events at the Capitol. Adam Glanzman/Getty Images hide caption

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Bill Belichick Refuses Presidential Medal From Trump After Capitol Riot

President Trump was supposed to present the New England Patriots coach with the highest civilian honor this week. But following the violent protests at the Capitol last week, he declined.

President-elect Joe Biden's swearing in is set to continue as scheduled with several security modifications in place. Public access to the U.S. Capitol and to the Washington Monument is so far banned until after Inauguration Day. Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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How Inauguration Day Is Shaping Up: Beefed Up Security, Limited Public Access

Law enforcement and elected officials have implemented several security changes ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's swearing in on Jan. 20.

Armed protesters congregate at the Michigan state Capitol in Lansing on October 17, 2020. Monday, the Capitol Commission voted to ban open carry in common areas of the building. Jeff Kowalsky/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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After Violent Mobs In D.C., Michigan Bans Open Carry In State Capitol

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Democrats say it doesn't go far enough. Republicans say it goes too far. After armed protests in Lansing and a violent riot in D.C., Michigan capitol bans open carry, joining a majority of states.

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