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Jacob Chansley, the self-styled "QAnon shaman," confronts U.S. Capitol Police officers during the Jan. 6 insurrection. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Self-styled 'QAnon shaman' is sentenced to 41 months in Capitol riot

Jacob Chansley, who had pleaded guilty to obstruction, apologized and called his high-profile actions on Jan. 6 "indefensible."

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Jacob Chansley, the self-styled "QAnon shaman," confronts U.S. Capitol Police officers during the Jan. 6 insurrection. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Self-styled 'QAnon shaman' is sentenced to 41 months in Capitol riot

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Four centuries of Black American history are told in new Kronos Quartet performance

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Democratic congressional candidate Rochelle Garza speaks with voters in Brownsville, Texas, in September. Many Latino voters in South Texas turned against Democrats during last year's presidential election — and winning them back could prove critical to the party's hopes of retaining control of Congress during next year's midterms. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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