Two House committees heard testimony from officials on security preparedness and the response to the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. CBS News correspondent Skyler Henry reports on domestic extremist threats. Then, CBS News reporter Cassidy McDonald
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Published: 2021-06-15 06:52 pm
Officials examine security failures ahead of Capitol riot and ongoing extremist threats
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