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DOJ reveals new Signal messages from Oath Keepers leader Stewart Rhodes

Oath Keepers leader Stewart Rhodes will be held in jail while he awaits trial, a federal judge in Washington, DC, ruled on Friday after prosecutors revealed new Signal app messages where Rhodes allegedly called January 6 "the final nail in the coffin of our republic" and instructed his followers to prepare for violence.

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Oath Keepers leader appears in court on seditious conspiracy charges

As the Justice Department's January 6 investigation takes a new turn with the use -- for the first time in the Capitol attack prosecutions -- of the seditious conspiracy charge, the founder of the Oath Keepers and another individual facing the charge made their first appearances in court Friday.

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These female animals don't need a male to reproduce

An Asian water dragon hatched from an egg at the Smithsonian National Zoo, and her keepers were shocked. Why? Her mother had never been with a male water dragon. Through genetic testing, zoo scientists discovered the newly hatched female, born on Aug. 24, 2016, had been produced through a reproductive mode called parthenogenesis.

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January 6 committee subpoenas Proud Boys and Oath Keepers

The House committee investigating the January 6 insurrection issued five new subpoenas on Tuesday targeting right-wing extremist groups that were involved in the attack, including the Oath Keepers and Proud Boys.

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Inside America's 'militias' - from the KKK to the Oath Keepers

America's self-styled militias have roots dating back to the KKK's formation during Reconstruction. In the latest "Reality Check with John Avlon: Extremist Beat," CNN's Sara Sidner joins Avlon as they trace this history, from the Minutemen of the 1960's to the deadly Oklahoma City bombing to today's Oath Keepers.

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Republicans consider dividing up Nashville district to gain US House seat

Rep. Jim Cooper has represented Nashville in the House for nearly 20 years, and a nearby district before that for another dozen, serving in Congress longer than anyone else in Tennessee. In the deep red state, he and his brother John -- Music City's mayor -- are the keepers of one of its last Democratic bastions.

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