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      A security camera image shows Thomas Robertson, center, entering the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
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      Ex-Police Officer Gets 7 Years in Prison for Role in Jan. 6 Attack

      Prosecutors said that Thomas Robertson, 49, had wielded a large stick and donned a gas mask during the riot, and that he confronted police officers who were trying to stop the increasingly violent crowd.


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    Cassidy Hutchinson, 26, during the Jan. 6 committee hearing on Tuesday.

    An Explosive Jan. 6 Hearing

    Cassidy Hutchinson, a former White House aide, gave a forceful and up-close account of the momentous day.

    By Michael BarbaroRachel QuesterMichael Simon JohnsonMooj ZadieJessica CheungNina FeldmanPatricia WillensLisa ChowMarion Lozano and

January 6th Committee News

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    Among the many unresolved issues before the House committee on Jan. 6 as it enters its final months is whether to subpoena former President Donald J. Trump to testify.
    CreditKenny Holston for The New York Times

    House Jan. 6 Panel Faces Key Decisions as It Wraps Up Work

    The committee investigating the attack on the Capitol postponed what was to be its first hearing since July on Wednesday, as it enters the final stage of its inquiry.

    By Luke Broadwater and

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    Virginia Thomas with her husband, Justice Clarence Thomas. Her cooperation comes as the Jan. 6 committee is entering its final months of work.
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    Virginia Thomas Agrees to Interview With Jan. 6 Panel

    The committee has sought for months to interview Ms. Thomas, the wife of Justice Clarence Thomas, about her involvement in efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

    By Luke Broadwater and

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    Stephen Miller, left, with Hogan Gidley, the former White House deputy press secretary.
    CreditHaiyun Jiang/The New York Times

    Two Top Trump Political Aides Among Those Subpoenaed in Jan. 6 Case

    Stephen Miller, a senior policy adviser, and Brian Jack, who served as White House political director, are among those who received requests for information this week from a federal grand jury.

    By Maggie HabermanAdam Goldman and