One Year Later:
Where the Jan. 6 insurrection investigation stands
It's been one year since a mob of Donald Trump's supporters, armed with everything from pipes and flag poles to chemical sprays, smashed their way through police lines and into the ornate halls and chambers of the U.S. Capitol.
The deadly assault on Congress, as lawmakers met to certify Joe Biden's election win, temporarily forced them to frantically scramble for safety and disrupted the peaceful transfer of power.
The attack, which FBI Director Christopher Wray has called "domestic terrorism," touched off a sprawling federal investigation to track down and bring to account those who took part in the mayhem.
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