Updated June 9, 2022 at 10:55 p.m. EDT|Published June 9, 2022 at 5:07 p.m. EDT
Leaders of the bipartisan House select committee examining Donald Trump’s drive to subvert the election — and the insurrection on Jan. 6, 2021, that marked its climax — argued in the panel’s first prime-time hearing Thursday night that the former president bears responsibility for the attack on the seat of American democracy, which left several people dead and threatened to interrupt the transfer of power.
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ROME (REUTERS) - The ancient Roman Colosseum is once again going to have a floor thanks to a new, hi-tech project announced by the culture ministry on Sunday (May 2). "It is an extraordinary project," said Culture Minister Dario Franceschini, detailing the plans to create a flexible floor to give tourists a clearer idea of how the arena would have looked when gladiators fought to the death there. "You will be able to walk on it and go to the centre of the Colosseum, seeing it in the same way as visitors used to up to the end of the 19th century," Mr Franceschini said. The last floor was removed by archaeologists to get a better glimpse of the labyrinth of rooms and corridors that lay below the arena. It was never fully replaced. An Italian engineering firm, Milan Ingegneria, won the 18.5 million euro (S$29.63 million) contract to design the new flooring and has committed to complete the project by 2023. The wooden platform will be made up of hundreds of slats that can be rotated to bring natural light into the underground chambers that once used to house the gladiators and animals before their deadly