Two Seattle police officers are facing termination after they stood by and watched as rioters scaled walls, climbed barricades, and break windows.
The reporters who survived the insurrection are still covering Congress. But things don’t feel normal.
Ryan Samsel was seen in video footage wearing a red MAGA hat and standing on the front lines of rioters as they pushed past Capitol police.
It's the first time the Republicans have filibustered a bill during the Biden administration, and they did it at the behest of Trump.
Patrick Montgomery was not allowed to have firearms as part of a condition of his pretrial release.
Matthew Greene was fired from his executive role at a design company that had done work for the Disney Star Wars series, “The Mandalorian.”
Jon Ryan Schaffer just gave prosecutors their first guilty plea in the sweeping investigation—and it might be bad news for the far-right militia group he co-founded.
Our “Source Material” series takes you inside the insurrection, courtesy of the rioters and witnesses.
Federico “Freddie” Klein, a Trump appointee, repeatedly praised the Argentinian military junta of the 1970s and ’80s while working at the State Department.
“We now know there was no armed insurrection,” Rep. Louie Gohmert said Wednesday. “Nobody had arms.”
“I don't think we're through the worst of it at all,” said Mike Duncan, the host of podcasts “The History of Rome” and “Revolutions.”
Federico "Freddie" Klein, a Trump State Department official and campaign staffer, was charged with assault and theft in 2013, according to charging documents obtained by VICE News.