Prosecutors Escalated The Stakes For Proud Boys Leaders In The Latest Jan. 6 Seditious Conspiracy Indictment
Ex–Proud Boys national chair Enrique Tarrio and his codefendants are already set for trial in August.
An Appeals Court Rejected Rep. Madison Cawthorn’s Take On A Post–Civil War Prohibition On Insurrectionists In Public Office
The 4th Circuit didn’t specifically decide if the disqualification language would apply to Rep. Madison Cawthorn, who lost his reelection bid.
Sen. Ted Cruz successfully argued for an end to a cap on how much money candidates can collect after an election to repay their own personal loans.
Here's what you need to know ahead of the Supreme Court's ruling on abortion access.
Gionet was set to plead guilty to a misdemeanor for parading at the Capitol. He proclaimed his innocence instead. A trial is set for March 7.
A Jan. 6 Defendant Is Going To Jail For Having A Loaded Shotgun And A Sword As Others Push To Get Their Guns Back
Barton Shively reached for a shotgun during an unannounced visit from probation officers, according to the judge.
A judge dismissed the RNC’s claims against the Jan. 6 committee, but paused the effect of his ruling while the GOP pursues an appeal.
It’s unknown what the court’s final ruling will be, but a Politico report shows the conservative justices are at least seriously considering ending decades of abortion protections.
Thomas Webster swung a flagpole at police outside the Capitol and then knocked an officer to the ground.
Brian Ulrich pleaded guilty to seditious conspiracy and obstructing Congress.
An Ex-Cop Told A Jury That Video Of His Alleged Assault On A Police Officer On Jan. 6 Actually Showed Acts Of Self-Defense
Thomas Webster is facing multiple felony charges for allegedly assaulting a police officer on Jan. 6.
Thomas Webster claims he acted in self-defense. Officer Noah Rathbun denied that he invited Webster to fight or punched the man in the face.
A New York Man Doesn’t Deny He Swung A Flagpole At Police On Jan. 6. He’s Claiming It Was Self-Defense.
Thomas Webster’s trial kicked off with dueling videos from the Capitol and competing theories of what they showed.
With more Jan. 6 trials looming, defendants are angling to face a jury solo.
Taxpayers Footed The Bill For The Capitol Insurrection. The DOJ Might Make Jan. 6 Defendants Cover More Of It.
Prosecutors recently bumped up the cost estimate of the Capitol attack from $1.49 million to $2.73 million.
Charles Donohoe said he was aware that Proud Boys leaders were considering “storming” the Capitol at least two days before the attack.
The Senate voted 53–47 on Thursday to confirm Jackson.
Steve Bannon Can’t Blame His Lawyer As A Defense Against Contempt Of Congress Charges, A Judge Ruled
The judge found Bannon couldn’t get around binding precedent from a federal appeals court.
A Man Claimed Police Let Him Into The Capitol On Jan. 6. A Judge Found Him Not Guilty Of All Charges.
Matthew Martin, who described Jan. 6 as a “magical day,” had faced misdemeanor charges for going into the Capitol during the insurrection.
The judge concluded the Jan. 6 committee had shown at this stage that Trump and lawyer John Eastman “more likely than not” committed crimes.