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  • Fireworks are seen above the White House after the inauguration of Joe Biden as the 46th president of the United States in Washington. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

    Fireworks are seen above the White House after the inauguration of Joe Biden as the 46th president of the United States in Washington. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

  • US President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden watch fireworks from the White House after his inauguration as president of the United States on Wednesday. | REUTERS

    US President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden watch fireworks from the White House after his inauguration as president of the United States on Wednesday. | REUTERS

  • Fireworks are seen above the sky after the inauguration of Joe Biden as the 46th president of the United States in Washington. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

    Fireworks are seen above the sky after the inauguration of Joe Biden as the 46th president of the United States in Washington. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

  • Fireworks are seen over the National Mall

    Fireworks are seen over the National Mall

  • The Biden family poses in front of the statue of Abraham Lincoln during the

    The Biden family poses in front of the statue of Abraham Lincoln during the "Celebrating America" event.

  • Military equipment displayed during a parade to commemorate the 8th Congress of the Workers' Party in Pyongyang, North Korea, January 14, 2021. KCNA via REUTERS

    Military equipment displayed during a parade to commemorate the 8th Congress of the Workers' Party in Pyongyang, North Korea, January 14, 2021. KCNA via REUTERS

  • Troops march during a military parade to commemorate the 8th Congress of the Workers' Party in Pyongyang, North Korea, January 14, 2021. KCNA via REUTERS

    Troops march during a military parade to commemorate the 8th Congress of the Workers' Party in Pyongyang, North Korea, January 14, 2021. KCNA via REUTERS

  • North Korean leader Kim Jong Un waves during a ceremony for the 8th Congress of the Workers' Party in Pyongyang, North Korea, January 14, 2021. KCNA via REUTERS

    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un waves during a ceremony for the 8th Congress of the Workers' Party in Pyongyang, North Korea, January 14, 2021. KCNA via REUTERS

  • Military equipments are seen during a military parade to commemorate the 8th Congress of the Workers' Party in Pyongyang, North Korea, January 14, 2021. KCNA via REUTERS

    Military equipments are seen during a military parade to commemorate the 8th Congress of the Workers' Party in Pyongyang, North Korea, January 14, 2021. KCNA via REUTERS

  • North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is pictured on a screen during a ceremony for the 8th Congress of the Workers' Party in Pyongyang, North Korea, January 14, 2021. KCNA via REUTERS

    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is pictured on a screen during a ceremony for the 8th Congress of the Workers' Party in Pyongyang, North Korea, January 14, 2021. KCNA via REUTERS

  • Military equipment displayed during a parade to commemorate the 8th Congress of the Workers' Party in Pyongyang, North Korea, January 14, 2021. KCNA via REUTERS

    Military equipment displayed during a parade to commemorate the 8th Congress of the Workers' Party in Pyongyang, North Korea, January 14, 2021. KCNA via REUTERS

  • Fireworks explode above Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang, North Korea, January 14, 2021. KCNA via REUTERS

    Fireworks explode above Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang, North Korea, January 14, 2021. KCNA via REUTERS

  • The storming of the halls of Congress by a mob of President Trump's supporters is the latest episode of violence to darken the US Capitol in a history dating back to a British arson attack in Washington during the War of 1812. Here is a chronology of some of the most notorious acts of violence to flare at the Capitol - shootings, bombings, a knife attack, a beating by cane and even an assassination attempt. REUTERS/Leah Millis

    The storming of the halls of Congress by a mob of President Trump's supporters is the latest episode of violence to darken the US Capitol in a history dating back to a British arson attack in Washington during the War of 1812. Here is a chronology of some of the most notorious acts of violence to flare at the Capitol - shootings, bombings, a knife attack, a beating by cane and even an assassination attempt. REUTERS/Leah Millis

  • 1814 - Invading British forces torched the original Capitol building while it was still under construction, setting bonfires of furniture in the House of Representatives and the original Supreme Court chamber. Courtesy Library of Congress

    1814 - Invading British forces torched the original Capitol building while it was still under construction, setting bonfires of furniture in the House of Representatives and the original Supreme Court chamber. Courtesy Library of Congress

  • 1835 - In the first known attempt on a US president's life, a disgruntled house painter tried to shoot Andrew Jackson as he emerged from a funeral in the House chamber. The assailant's two flintlock derringers both misfired, and an enraged Jackson clubbed the would-be assassin with his walking stick before the man was subdued. The suspect was found not guilty by reason of insanity and confined to a mental institution. Courtesy Library of Congress

    1835 - In the first known attempt on a US president's life, a disgruntled house painter tried to shoot Andrew Jackson as he emerged from a funeral in the House chamber. The assailant's two flintlock derringers both misfired, and an enraged Jackson clubbed the would-be assassin with his walking stick before the man was subdued. The suspect was found not guilty by reason of insanity and confined to a mental institution. Courtesy Library of Congress