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  • A look back at NBC News correspondent Kevin Tibbles’ best moments

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  • Justice Stephen Breyer to retire from Supreme Court

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  • Who is on Biden’s Supreme Court shortlist?

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Inside the FBI’s January 6 investigation

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A year after the January 6 attack, FBI agents and analysts are still combing through tens of thousands of photos and videos to identify participants. Steven D’Antuono, the FBI’s assistant director in charge of its Washington field office, tells NBC News’ Pete Williams a priority is now identifying the rioters who attacked police officers.