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Natick Town Meeting member Suzanne Ianni and Mark Sahady march through the streets of Washington, D.C., before they allegedly stormed the Capitol building on Jan. 6. (Joseph Prezioso/AFP via Getty Images)
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05:35Feb 5, 2021

Capitol Protesters And Rioters From Mass. Vow To Increase Ranks

Despite widespread outrage over the attack on the Capitol, membership has grown for Super Happy Fun America, a conservative, self-described "pro-heterosexual group," and Nationalist Social Club (NSC-131), a neo-Nazi group, both of which are based in Massachusetts. Experts say the groups blur the lines between conservatism and extremism.

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An inmate at Essex County House of Correction receives medication in the medical unit months before the coronavirus pandemic in Massachusetts hit. (Jesse Costa/WBUR)

Mass. Prisons And Jails Among Hardest Hit By Coronavirus In U.S.

This is a snapshot in time amid a fast-moving pandemic, as the number of infected inmates, corrections officers and medical staff jumps by the day. As of Tuesday, WBUR found the coronavirus has infected nearly 15,000 inmates and corrections workers nationally and has killed more than 130.

Apr 28, 2020