A D.C. police officer who testified for the Jan. 6 commission was subjected to an expletive-filled, threatening rant in his voice mail on Tuesday.
Four police officers who defended the U.S. Capitol during the deadly Jan. 6 attack gave emotional testimony about being beaten and overwhelmed by rioters.
A tipster led the FBI to find a family of five from Texas and charge them all in connection to the U.S. Capitol riot.
Officer Michael Fanone claimed Rep. Andrew Clyde, R-GA, refused to shake his hand during a tense encounter at the Capitol on Wednesday.
Two Democrat Michigan legislative leaders want a probe into what happened. Some of the demonstrators in the April 30, 2020 protest in the State Capitol where protesters who legally carried weapons were prevented from entering the Michigan House chambers later participated in the U.S. Capitol riot.
A Chicago police officer was arrested and charged on Friday for allegedly breaching the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
"The reason some of those police lines were breached was the lack of proper planning and the lack of equipment and training," Sen. Gary Peters said. "They did not have riot gear necessary to do that, the shields, helmets and protective clothing. Part of our recommendations is that you need to have plans - and there need to be exercises."
The FBI also found what Puma posted on social media where according to them he wrote, "... You never know we might have to start killing some commie (expletives). #stopthesteal."
Senate Republicans on Friday blocked a House-passed bill to create a bipartisan commission to study the deadly Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. The Senate vote was 54-35 — short of the 60 votes needed to consider the bill.
Should the bill fail in the Senate, it will likely reignite the debate on the fate of the filibuster.
Christopher Grider said he came to Washington on Jan. 6 with no intention of rioting. But he got caught up in the mob of angry supporters of then-President Donald Trump as they surged into the U.S. Capitol, breaking through police barriers and smashing through doors.
The two suspects are wanted for violent assaults on federal law enforcement officers, according to the FBI.
After a weeklong trial, a New York man was found guilty and could face up to 10 years in prison for threatening to kill members of Congress in the wake of the pro-Trump Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Jonathan Munafo made 143 calls to a West Michigan emergency line where he threatened to kill and maim the dispatcher. He was also one of the individuals who stormed the U.S. Capitol in January.
A New York man was arrested and charged in connection with the Jan. 6 riot after he allegedly bragged about storming the capitol to a match on the Bumble dating app. The messages were screenshotted and sent to authorities.
Experts say it's unlikely these defendants can mount a viable defense on First Amendment free speech grounds, but some seem intent on trying.
In the 64-page ruling, Jeffrey Sabol allegedly planned to travel from Boston to Switzerland to avoid extradition for any crimes arising from his conduct at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
"People go through this sort of thing in far worse ways every day," he said. "And folks need to feel it's fine to turn to someone and say I'm not dealing with this as well as I should."
New details from the deadly US Capitol riot show Vice President Mike Pence tried to assert control. In an urgent phone call to the acting defense secretary, he issued a startling demand: “Clear the Capitol.”
Social media photos and a media interview are part of the evidence that was used to charge a 25-year-old suburban Detroit man with his involvement in the riot.