The U.S. Justice Department has opened criminal investigations of more than 170 individuals for their involvement in the riot at the U.S. Capitol by President Donald Trump’s supporters, and investigators are working toward charging people with assault and seditious conspiracy, acting U.S. Attorney Michael Sherwin said in a press briefing on Tuesday.
The announcements are a sign that some corporate donors, which typically spread their money widely around Capitol Hill, are re-assessing their strategy after supporters of President Donald Trump attacked the Capitol last week in an effort to prevent Congress from formalizing Biden's victory.
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Wall Street recovered some of the losses from the prior session as a jump in manufacturing activity soothed investor fears of an economy rattled by a global pandemic.
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Other blue-chip companies including AT&T Inc, Amazon.com Inc and Mastercard Inc announced similar moves in the past several days.
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