NYPD officers heading to DC for inauguration security

In the wake of the violent assault on the U.S. Capitol last week, the New York Police Department is sending about 200 officers to Washington, D.C., to help secure the events related to the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, a top department official said on Thursday.

Airbnb to block, cancel DC bookings ahead of inauguration

The San Francisco-based home-sharing company said that guests whose reservations were canceled will be refunded in full. It will also reimburse hosts — at Airbnb's expense — the money they would have earned from those canceled reservations.

New videos of Capitol assault paint a more sinister attack

The full extent of the assault on the U.S. Capitol is coming into sharper focus, with scenes of violence so vast they are difficult to grasp. Countless smartphone videos have been emerging from the scene, and more lawmakers are recounting the chaos that was around them.