The Washington Metropolitan Police Department confirmed in a statement that officer Gunther Hashida died on July 29.
Carlson keeps forgetting to mention his son Buckley works for GOP Rep. Jim Banks, who was blocked from the Jan. 6 commission by Nancy Pelosi.
“They tortured me. They beat me. I was struck with a taser device at the base of my skull numerous times,” said D.C. Police Officer Michael Fanone.
“We must also know what happened every minute of that day in the White House—every phone call, every conversation, every meeting,” Cheney said.
“The unprecedented nature of January 6th demands this unprecedented decision,” Pelosi said in a statement.
But the bill faces long odds in the Senate—and President Joe Biden isn’t on board.
Civil rights groups are furious that Biden still won't call for the Senate to end the filibuster—even to stop what he called a “21st century Jim Crow assault.”
A Texas Democratic legislative source told VICE News that lawmakers are at the Austin airport and plan to fly to Washington to block the bill.
It’s been six months since the Capitol Riot, and GOP candidates are Trumpier than ever.
The reporters who survived the insurrection are still covering Congress. But things don’t feel normal.
In a 6-3 decision, the U.S.'s highest court upheld two restrictive Arizona voting laws—and paved the way for other Republican voting restriction laws to survive legal challenges.