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A mob of former President Donald Trump supporters breached the U.S Capitol security on Jan. 6. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A 'Scary' Survey Finding: 4 In 10 Republicans Say Political Violence May Be Necessary

In addition, most white evangelicals and Republicans say Biden's election was illegitimate and Trump was not behind the attack on the Capitol.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., goes back to her office after speaking on the floor of the House Chamber on Capitol Hill on Feb. 4. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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When Republicans Attack 'Cancel Culture,' What Does It Mean?

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President Biden announced a task force on China issues during his first trip as president to the Pentagon on Wednesday. Alex Brandon/Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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'They're Going To Eat Our Lunch,' Biden Warns After Call With China's Xi

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A mob of former President Donald Trump supporters breached the U.S Capitol security on Jan. 6. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A 'Scary' Survey Finding: 4 In 10 Republicans Say Political Violence May Be Necessary

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Kamaiu Johnson practices ahead of his PGA Tour debut on Thursday at legendary Pebble Beach. Johnson, 27, was discovered by a golf pro at age 13 after he had dropped out of school. Courtesy Marc Howard Photo hide caption

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A Golfer's Dream Delayed, But Finally Realized At The Game's Highest Level

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