PM Stories

‘American Carnage’ Is Donald Trump’s Legacy Amanda Terkel, HuffPost

Trump grants clemency to 143 people in late-night pardon blast Rosalind S. Helderman, Josh Dawsey, and Beth Reinhard, Washington Post

Trump’s final wave of pardons includes names pushed by criminal justice reform advocates Annie Karni, New York Times

Trump’s Pardons Show The Process Has Always Been Broken Nicole Lewis, Justin George, and Eli Hager, The Marshall Project

Trump’s ‘Law and Order’: One More Deceptive Tactic Is Exposed Elaina Plott, New York Times

Republicans Rethink “Law and Order” Once They Become Its Target Nick Martin, New Republic

Conspiracy Charges Filed Over Capitol Riot Aruna Viswanatha, Wall Street Journal

Members Of Right-Wing Militias, Extremist Groups Are Latest Charged In Capitol Siege Jaclyn Diaz, NPR

Twelve National Guard members are removed from inaugural protection, two for possible links to extremist groups Eric Schmitt, Jennifer Steinhauer, and Helene Cooper, New York Times

Among the Guardsmen Elaine Godfrey, The Atlantic

How US police failed to stop the rise of the far right and the Capitol attack Jason Wilson, The Guardian

“Sense of Entitlement”: Rioters Faced Few Consequences Invading State Capitols. No Wonder They Turned to the US Capitol Next. Jeremy Kohler, ProPublica

This is white supremacist domestic terrorism. We’ve been here before. Jonathan Capehart, Washington Post

Republican Lawmakers Are Using the Capitol Riot to Fuel Anti-BLM Backlash Meg O’Connor, The Appeal

Living in the Age of the White Mob Victor Luckerson, The New Yorker

Donald Trump Is Out. Are We Ready to Talk About How He Got In? Ta-Nehisi Coates, The Atlantic

AM Stories

Among the Insurrectionists Luke Mogelson, The New Yorker

‘I Let You Down’: Klete Keller’s Path From Olympics to Capitol Riot Karen Crouse, New York Times

42 People Now Face Federal Charges for the Capitol Riot Elizabeth Nolan Brown, Reason

Army reservist with secret-level security clearance among the latest charged in connection with Capitol riot David Shortell and Paul P. Murphy, CNN

Nearly a dozen ex-military members among those arrested in connection with Capitol riot Olivia Rubin and Soo Rin Kim, ABC News

FBI vetting Guard troops in DC amid fears of insider attack Lolita C. Baldor, AP News

Capitol Police handling of riots shrouded in secrecy Lee Brown, New York Post

Off-Duty Police Officers Investigated, Charged With Participating In Capitol Riot Eric Westervelt, NPR

Police bias explains the Capitol riot Anna North, Vox

Alliance Between Vigilantes and Law Enforcement: A US Tradition RH Lossin, The Nation

There are two justice systems in America. Ask my nephew, Jacob Blake Justin Blake, The Guardian

Andres Guardado inquest ends without testimony from sheriff’s officials or the deputy who killed him Matthew Ormseth, Los Angeles Times

No charges against 2nd officer in 2009 police killing of Oscar Grant NBC News

What Traffic Enforcement Without Police Could Look Like Meg O’Connor, The Appeal

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