A Kentucky man has been sentenced to a record-setting 14 years in prison for attacking police officers as he stormed the U.S. Capitol with his wife.
The Democratic congresswoman spoke out after she was attacked in an elevator at her Washington apartment building on Thursday.
While there were fewer threat investigations last year, the number is "still too high," U.S. Capitol Police Chief Tom Manger said.
Steven Sund’s upcoming book, “Courage Under Fire,” reportedly looks at failures both within and outside of his former agency.
Sgt. Aquilino Gonell said he originally planned a full return but his medical condition won’t allow it.
The family of Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick, who died after the Jan. 6 attack, refused to shake hands with the GOP leaders.
“I was very scared,” Pelosi told CNN in an interview. “I’m thinking my children, my grandchildren. I never thought it would be Paul.”
The detail renews concerns about the difficulty of protecting lawmakers amid surging threats and limited policing resources.
“We believe today’s political climate calls for more resources to provide additional layers of physical security for” lawmakers, Tom Manger said.
The 29-year-old man fired a gun into the air after crashing his car into a barricade just after 4 a.m. His vehicle then caught fire as he escaped the wreckage, authorities said.