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Washington has one specialty that has long endured — memorializing and coming together over a national trauma. But that unifying impulse has faded. On Friday's second anniversary of the Jan. 6 assault on the Capitol, a moment of silence drew mostly Democrats.

Dozens of military veterans have hand-delivered letters to top Republicans in the U.S. House, calling on them to publicly condemn political violence as the second anniversary of the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol approaches. 

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Lawmakers are wrapping up the two-year session having found surprisingly common ground on big bills, despite enduring bitter political divisions that haunt the halls, and the country, after the bloody Capitol attack by supporters of the defeated president, Donald Trump.

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A $1.7 trillion spending package pending in Congress would give a boost to the Capitol Police as the force grapples with threats against lawmakers. The funding bill marks a $975 million, or roughly 16.5%, increase over fiscal 2022 levels. The measure has taken on larger importance after the recent assault on the husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

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The House Jan. 6 committee urged the Justice Department on Monday to bring criminal charges against Donald Trump for the violent 2021 Capitol insurrection, calling for accountability for the former president and “a time of reflection and reckoning.”

Documentarian Alexandra Pelosi is releasing a new film focusing on her mother’s rise in Congress over three decades. The film follows House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, literally, through the Capitol and behind the scenes as she negotiates key votes for major pieces of legislation. 

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