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NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks with former National Security Council official Javed Ali about the security operation in advance of Inauguration Day, and an FBI warning of armed protests nationwide.

President-elect Biden's inaugural week kicks off under high security in Washington, D.C., and elsewhere. His team says it's vital that he takes the oath of office outside the Capitol as is tradition.

A Century ago, English magician P.T. Selbit debuted a trick in London: He sawed a woman in half. The illusion continues to be popular with audiences, and magicians are always looking for volunteers.

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