Top of The World: Many around the globe were alarmed by the insurrection in Washington, and raised concerns about the violent testing of democratic norms as other countries have seen their institutions falter and drift closer to authoritarianism. And, rescue efforts continue in India on Wednesday following the collapse of a glacier in the northern state of Uttarakhand. Also, a 20-year-old woman was shot in the head in a police crackdown of protests in Myanmar.
The US relationship with Poland has been important since the nation gained autonomy from the Soviet Union 25 years ago. But as Europe becomes more important to Poland, the US place in Polish foreign policy is shifting.
Historian Anne Applebaum says Russia's plan for Ukraine might be to create an ungovernable space in Crimea — a problem the new government can't solve. Reporter Charles Maynes says pro-democracy activists are drawing parallels between Russia and Ukraine.
Members of the European parliament have launched a campaign to stop Tony Blair from running for president of the European Union. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from Washington Post reporter, Anne Applebaum.