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The president called domestic terrorism “the most lethal terrorist threat to our homeland in recent years.”
Not yet 100 days into the new Congress, the legislative branch has become an increasingly unsettled place.
Thomas Sibick is charged in connection with the attack on Metropolitan Police Officer Mike Fanone.
Questions about the FBI’s preparations for the riot, and investigations into it, are expected to dominate Wray’s appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The former White House press secretary said on Fox News that "everyone was expecting peace" on Jan. 6 when Trump sent a mob to the Capitol.
The deadly U.S. Capitol riot "cannot be minimized," said the third-ranking House Republican.
Patrolman Joseph Fischer, the feds say, charged at a police line at the U.S. Capitol and posted a video of it on Facebook.
Online sleuths looked into Bozell because he wore the sweatshirt of a Christian school and he previously served as a girls' basketball coach.
Capitol attack defendants, lured to D.C. by a mass voter fraud conspiracy theory, didn't like seeing conspiracy theories steal their credit.
"We must get to the truth of how this happened," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said.
Eduardo Nicolas Alvear Gonzalez was caught on video smoking marijuana inside the U.S. Capitol during last month’s riot.
And a month after the riot, few of the Republican political figures have been held to account.
Interviews with 19 current and former officers show how failures of leadership and communication put hundreds of Capitol cops at risk and allowed rioters to get dangerously close to members of Congress.
One America News claims an architect hired by George Washington is responsible for the mob.
The president said Thursday he thought “some minds may have been changed” after prosecutors showed graphic video of the Jan. 6 siege of the U.S. Capitol.
Authorities made arrests in Arizona and Missouri in connection with the violence at the Capitol.
"We lost the line. We've lost the line," an officer warns in one of the Jan. 6 recordings.
The day after burying his son, Rep. Jamie Raskin’s (D-Md.) family accompanied him to the U.S. Capitol. Then the riot began.
“They thought they were going to die,” he recalled of his daughter and son-in-law. The pair had joined him at the Capitol one day after his son's funeral.
Democrats have already referenced Trump's rhetoric, video from the insurrectionist attack on the U.S. Capitol, as well as witness statements.