Feds watching ‘closely’ for attack on Biden’s first speech to Congress, still hunting for more U.S. Capitol rioters

“The first briefing that I received in my new job was about the effort to bring the perpetrators of the Jan. 6 attack to justice,” said John Carlin, the acting deputy attorney general who took office on Jan. 21. He added that roughly 280 of the more than 300 people charged for storming the U.S. Capitol last month in a violent riot have been arrested.

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