The guard members were found to have ties with right-wing militia groups or to have posted extremist views online, according to two US officials.
- by Michael Balsamo and James LaPorta
Rachel Levine is poised to become the first openly transgender federal official to be confirmed by the US Senate.
- by Will Weissert
Washington residents never liked Donald Trump. But instead of party central, the US capital feels like an occupied military zone in his final days as President.
- by Matthew Knott
Riley Williams has disappeared after allegedly abandoning her scheme, but a heavy metal guitarist accused of attacking Capitol police has turned himself in.
The US Capitol complex temporarily locked down during a rehearsal for President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration after a nearby fire caused security concerns.
- by Andrew Taylor, Colleen Long and Eric Tucker
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