United States Capitol Police

Death threats against members of Congress have prompted Capitol Police to insist thousands of National Guard troops remain in Washington.
A number of lawmakers expressed deep concern over the reports, prompting a reversal.
U.S. Capitol Police arrested Wesley Allen Beeler, who had an unauthorized inaugural badge and a loaded handgun on him, reports said.
The Ohio Democrat, who chairs the subcommittee that oversees the Capitol Police, said he was "having a hell of a time getting information" from them since the riot.
Unable to grasp how Trump supporters could turn against cops, many officers are blaming antifa for the deadly violence. Others joined the riot themselves.
Unique among major law enforcement agencies, the department in charge of protecting Congress can ignore public records requests.
I was in the Capitol when disabled protesters were dragged out of their wheelchairs. Last week, rioters strolled right in.
Rep. Tim Ryan said that the U.S. Capitol Police have suspended an officer who took a selfie with rioters and another who wore a MAGA hat and gave directions.
The House speaker shared with "60 Minutes" details of when Trump-supporting rioters stormed the Capitol, where lawmakers were certifying Joe Biden's win.
The president ordered flags at half-staff on the day of the funeral procession for Officer Brian Sicknick, who died at the hands of the violent mob Trump incited.