Surgical abortions have slowed, but pills and chemicals are reaching more homes—and killing more babies
After a rally to protest the results of the Nov. 3 presidential election in which President Donald Trump spoke, mobs stormed the United States Capitol, delaying proceedings to tally Electoral College votes Wednesday. After members of Congress, staffers, and media members evacuated and sheltered in place for hours, Capitol Police and federal troops cleared the building. At least one person died in the melee. Here are photos from the historic day.
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