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House cancels Thursday session over attack warning

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The U.S. House of Representatives canceled its session today after the U.S. Capitol Police warned of a possible attack by an identified militia group.

March 4 represents a significant day for conspiracy theorists who believe former President Donald Trump will return to power on that day. Until 1933, presidents were inaugurated on March 4.

The Senate plans to remain in session today.

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