We're pausing our live coverage. It was a busy Friday as the new president spent his second full day in the top job:
- The White House has announced it will take "resolute" action against domestic extremism, calling it a rising threat to the country's national security. After radical and violent pro-Trump supporters stormed the Capitol on 6 January, Biden is asking government agencies to work more closely together to combat the menace
- Biden signed two new executive orders, adding to the flurry of actions he's passed since Wednesday. Focussing on the economic fallout from coronavirus, Biden introduced higher food aid for families with children, unemployment benefits for workers who turn down jobs for fear of their health, and a higher federal minimum wage of $15 (£11)
- Preparations for an impeachment trial against Donald Trump will begin next week in the Senate (after passing the House last week, the article of "inciting insurrection" will be voted on by senators after hearings)
- A controversy over National Guard members sleeping in an unheated garage in the Capitol has continued. Biden apologised on Friday and called on the National Guard bureau chief to also say sorry after the soldiers were asked not to rest inside the Capitol - the troops have since returned to the congressional buildings which they have been guarding for two weeks now
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