The Trump supporters who stormed the Capitol were deplorables. But they were also victims.
- by Julie Szego
In scenes captured by veteran war correspondent Luke Mogelson, rioters tell police: "You're outnumbered. We are listening to Trump - your boss."
- by N'Dea Yancey-Bragg
As Trump prepares more than 100 pardons and commutations for the day before Inauguration, he is not expected to pardon himself - because it would make him look guilty.
- by Jennifer Jacobs and Steve Holland
The massive undertaking reflects the extraordinary security concerns that have gripped Washington.
- by Laura Meckler
Pardons and commutations are intended to show mercy to deserving recipients, but Donald Trump has used many of them to reward personal or political allies.
- by Michael Schmidt and Kenneth Vogel
The test thrusts Virgin Orbit into an increasingly competitive commercial space race, offering a unique “air-launch” method of sending satellites to orbit alongside rivals such as Rocket Lab and Firefly Aerospace.
- by Joey Roulette
The number of COVID deaths in the past year is fast approaching the 405,000 US fatalities over four years during World War II.
- by Jorge L. Ortiz
Members of the failed Trump campaign found to have played key roles in orchestrating the Washington rally that spawned a deadly assault on the US Capitol.
- by Richard Lardner and Michelle Smith
Brandon Fellows previously said he had “no regrets” for having entered the Capitol through a broken window, roaming the halls and smoking a joint in a senator's office.
- by William Turton and Kartikay Mehrotra
Spector produced 20 top 40 hits between 1961 and 1965 and went on to work with the Beatles on Let It Be, as well as Leonard Cohen, the Righteous Brothers and Tina Turner.
- by Dan Whitcomb