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Arizona Republicans voted to censure Cindy McCain and two other prominent party members who broke ranks with Donald Trump. Many traditional conservatives fret that the censures will turn off swing voters who handed Democrats recent victories in the state.
The deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol targeted the very heart of government. It brought together disparate groups, creating the opportunity for extremists to establish links with each other. Experts say that could set the stage for more violent actions.
Russian police have arrested over 2,600 people in nationwide protests demanding the release of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, a prominent Kremlin foe, according to a group that counts political detentions. (Updates with group lowering arrest estimate).
A Nevada lithium mine is one of several energy projects the Trump administration approved in its final days. Although some decisions may be revoked, Biden has signaled support for lithium due to its use in electric vehicles, @metzsam and @ssonner report.
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