By failing to remind our audience what Trump did each and every time we mention him, journalists normalize his attempt to end American democracy on that January day.
Federal authorities say a Southern California man who assaulted police with pepper spray during the storming of the U.S. Capitol was sentenced to 4 1/2 years in prison.
Legal experts say the term insurrection has a specific meaning — a violent uprising that targets government authority.
“I can’t help him,” said Christie, a onetime Trump ally and potential 2024 GOP presidential candidate himself.
An attorney for Geoffrey Sills, 31, said he went to Washington on Jan. 6 with a gas mask and tactical gear “because his president asked him to.”
North Dakota Sen. Kevin Cramer said House Speaker Kevin McCarthy should have distributed Capitol riot footage widely.
One judge said he was all too familiar with the fake "crocodile tears" at sentencing.
Meta announced the former president’s Facebook and Instagram accounts will be reinstated after he was kicked off the platforms in 2021.
As concerns about the possible end of American democracy persist, let us remember: It’s always been the end.
HuffPost Senior Editor Andy Campbell explains why despite hundreds of prosecutions & arrests, after two years the spirit of the January 6th, 2021 Capitol riot is still very much alive.