A 6-Week Abortion Ban Is Taking Effect In Texas And Upending Decades Of Protections For Abortion Rights
The law, which bans abortions after 6 weeks of pregnancy and empowers private citizens to sue to enforce it, went into effect Wednesday in a monumental shift on abortion rights.
There are 14,000 hours of surveillance footage from the Capitol riots. Most of it isn’t public, and the government is fighting to keep it that way.
Evictions Can Resume After The Supreme Court Halted The Biden Administration’s Coronavirus Moratorium
The Biden administration had revived a pause on evictions as the Delta variant causes COVID-19 cases to spike.
The lawsuit is the latest one to accuse Trump of conspiring with right-wing groups to incite the Capitol insurrection.
The judge imposed a series of sanctions against lawyers involved in one of Powell’s “Kraken” cases in Michigan.
The defense that Jan. 6 rioters were simply "tourists" has struck a nerve with prosecutors and judges. "No rioter was a mere tourist that day."
The government says Shroyer went into a restricted part of the Capitol.
A Jan. 6 Defendant Could Go Back To Jail After The Government Caught Him Streaming Conspiracy Theory Content
Douglas Jensen was released from jail in July. The government says he violated his release conditions within the month by accessing the internet.
Most Jan. 6 defendants are pleading guilty to low-level misdemeanors for which supervised release isn’t an option for judges at sentencing.
Robert Reeder pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor for going into the Capitol on Jan. 6, but new videos appeared to show him attacking police.
Internal reports have documented numerous incidents of sexual misconduct involving senior-level officials.
A Capitol Rioter Says He's Working On A Video Game Featuring Donald Trump Shooting “Dem Zombies” And “Antifa”
Jack Griffith pleaded guilty on Thursday to demonstrating in the Capitol.
A Judge Questioned If Capitol Rioters Are Getting Off Too Easy For “Terrorizing Members Of Congress”
Chief Judge Beryl Howell questioned whether allowing defendants to plead guilty to low-level offenses would deter people from storming the Capitol again.
The Justice Department Won’t Agree To Defend Rep. Mo Brooks Against Claims He Incited The Jan. 6 Riots
The DOJ concluded the Alabama Republican was engaging in campaign activity at a Jan. 6 rally and that’s not the US government’s business.
As police officers testified before lawmakers, two rioters pleaded guilty, one defendant was ordered to stay in jail, and new charges were unsealed.
Paul Hodgkins pleaded guilty to a felony and wasn’t accused of violence.
They attacked the “fake news,” denounced the “deep state” and the “swamp,” and vowed to “take back” the Capitol and the country.
Douglas Jensen has been in custody since his arrest on Jan. 8.
A judge initially refused to issue an arrest warrant, but agreed following a fuller explanation about how the government had determined the suspect wasn’t a member of the press.
Trump was kicked off Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube for inciting the Jan. 6 riots at the US Capitol.