The Estranged Wife Of The Leader Of The Oath Keepers Just Launched A GoFundMe To Pay For Her Divorce
Tasha Adams joins a growing group attempting to raise money off publicity surrounding the armed right-wing organization in the wake of the Capitol insurgency.
Kelly Meggs had a 97-second phone call with the Oath Keepers' founder, Stewart Rhodes, on the day of the Capitol insurrection, prosecutors said.
Roughly 800 people entered the Capitol on Jan. 6, but few were arrested on the spot.
Thomas Caldwell and eight members of the Oath Keepers are accused of conspiring in the Jan. 6 insurrection.
“Come to the South Side of the Capitol on steps,” Rhodes allegedly instructed on Jan. 6.
“Like a moth to the flame,” one former Oath Keeper said of founder Stewart Rhodes. “He flies in, throws up a PayPal, and then disappears.”
Prosecutors Suggested That The Oath Keepers Had A Special Force Ready With Weapons During The Capitol Insurrection
New details about Jan. 6 were discussed in court, as Oath Keepers member Jessica Watkins failed to convince a judge she should be released from federal custody.
Jessica Watkins, An Oath Keeper Charged In The DC Attack, Fears Harsh Treatment Because She Is Transgender
Her attorney argues in a new court motion that she is no threat and should be allowed to go home with a monitoring device.
An Oath Keeper Charged In The Capitol Riot Texted She "Wouldn't Worry" About The FBI A Week Before Her Arrest
A federal grand jury has added six new people to its indictment of the Oath Keepers in one of the Capitol insurrection cases.
A Man Charged With Planning The Capitol Riot Will Stay In Jail After A Judge Said He Is “A Grave Risk To The Community”
Thomas Caldwell, who allegedly conspired with the Oath Keepers, a far-right extremist group, to storm the Capitol and destroyed evidence afterward, must stay in jail pending trial.
The Men Accused Of Plotting To Kidnap Michigan’s Governor Also Practiced Breaching The State Capitol
New details have emerged as part of a guilty plea by one of the defendants, and they include the allegation that extremists also discussed the best way to attack a Secret Service convoy.
Jessica Watkins’ boyfriend describes the influences in her life that brought her to the Capitol — and now have her sitting in jail.
Right-wing extremists used Facebook to call for the overthrow of the government and storm the US Capitol in the period leading up to the Jan. 6 insurrection, according to a new report.
The men allegedly exchanged a message about killing police on the day they were arrested.
Maradona, one of the game's most brilliant and controversial players, underwent brain surgery just weeks ago.
While news junkies debate how accurate this year’s election forecasts were, experts warn the whole enterprise could be distorting the way candidates campaign and voters vote.
Previously secret portions of the Mueller report show the special counsel declined to prosecute due to lack of evidence.
Just days before the election, these records, which BuzzFeed News sued the federal government to get, provide a new look at the two-year inquiry.
One Of The Alleged Michigan Kidnapping Plotters Used Facebook To Coordinate With Other Extremists And Target Other Governors
The FBI had been surveilling Barry Croft on Facebook since April. “The lock up your Governor challenge,” he posted. “Which of the beautiful colonies is going to be the first to snatch a criminal bastard?!?!”
A Leaked Internal Report Reveals The Wall Street Journal Is Struggling With Aging Readers And Covering Race
The report, obtained by BuzzFeed News, was dated the same month that ongoing tensions between news and opinion sections at Rupert Murdoch’s broadsheet spilled into the public.