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The Capitol Riot Investigation: What to Watch For Today

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A Senate hearing on Tuesday will feature the testimony of the top two security officials who were at the Capitol on Jan. 6, as well as police officials who responded to the riot.
WASHINGTON — A series of bipartisan investigative hearings will begin Tuesday in the Senate to scrutinize the security breakdowns that failed to prevent the deadly Capitol riot, the most violent attack in more than 200 years on the building where Congress meets.

At a joint meeting of two Senate committees, lawmakers will have a chance to question the officials who were in charge of securing the Capitol during the attack on Jan. 6, when Capitol Police officers and members of the city's Metropolitan Police Department called in as a mob overran…
Luke Broadwater
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