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Trump supporters gather in front of the Texas Capitol while the U.S. Capitol building was breached.

While 2020 gave us at least two weeks of relative sanity before COVID-19 struck, 2021 started out in utter chaos.

Despite New Year's Day being relatively quiet for the American people, a break from the madness would turn out to be short lived. Here's a look at what the new year has brought so far:

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Hundreds gathered Saturday for the Women's March in downtown Austin from Wooldridge Square to the Texas Capitol.

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Assistant Police Chief Joe Chacon briefs reporters Tuesday afternoon about the first day of early voting in Austin and department plans for managing potential election-related unrest in the coming weeks.

The Austin Police Department reports no issues that required their attention during the first day of early voting, Tuesday.

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Hiram Garcia, on the right with a white mask, talks to a protester after he is shoved to the ground for live streaming.

After a Kentucky grand jury ruled not to charge two of the three police officers involved in the killing of Breonna Taylor, protesters across the country took to the streets, including at the Texas Capitol and Austin City Hall to stand against the decision.

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