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It has become common in some circles to call the Jan. 6 Capitol riot an "armed insurrection." That leads to a few questions: How many rioters were armed? And what weapons did they have? What were the arms in the "armed insurrection"?

Uber created a fast, convenient means of requesting that an automobile pick you up at some spot. A Google search on “uberization of medicine” and “uberization of healthcare” suggests that many people using these terms focus mostly on the ease and speed of making appointments and reaching doctors. 

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The New Republic ran an article headlined, "Democrats, Stop Negotiating With Traitors" — with Sinema, along with Manchin, being the "traitors" in question. The Nation published "How Kyrsten Sinema Sold Out; The origin story of the Senate's newest super villain." The New York Times asked simply, "What's Wrong With Kyrsten Sinema?"