Tuesday, January 25, 2022

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Kamala Harris condemns ‘inexplicable’ violence at Capitol

"Officer Evans, his family, and all those who knew him are in our hearts and prayers. We mourn with them during this difficult time," the US vice president said in the statement.

Biden to take oath as 46th US President, Harris as 49th Vice President

Biden will take the oath on his 127-year-old family Bible, which will be held by his wife, Jill Biden.

US House impeaches President Donald Trump for ‘incitement of insurrection’ at Capitol

The Democratic-controlled US House of Representatives passed a resolution on Tuesday night by 223 to 205 votes, calling upon upon Pence to mobilise the Cabinet to activate the 25th Amendment to remove the president from office.

Reflection time for US democracy

The Capitol raid shows that the founding principles and core democratic values of America have begun to crumble

Twitter braces for pro-Trump rally at its US headquarters

The San Francisco Police Department is aware of the possibility of a demonstration on the 1300 block of Market Street (Twitter). SFPD has been in contact with representatives from Twitter.

House Democrats to introduce article of impeachment against Trump

California Congressman Ted Lieu, a Democratic member of the House Judiciary Committee, tweeted on Saturday that the article of impeachment, which has so far had 180 co-sponsors, will be brought forward

Trump breaks tradition, to skip Biden’s swearing-in

"To all of those who have asked, I will not be going to the Inauguration on January 20th," tweeted Trump, who faces uncertainty as calls for his removal gain ground ahead of his term

Has ‘The Simpsons’ predicted Capitol violence?

Hyderabad: Twitter is now abuzz with netizens spotting some uncanny resemblances between the pro-Trump protests outside the Capitol on Wednesday and an episode of...

Selena Gomez calls out social media CEOs post US Capitol breach

According to E! News, the 'Wizards of Waverly Place' star took to Twitter and issued a message to the executives of Google, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube after the Capitol Building in Washingto

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