The Women for America First cross-country tour spent the weeks before its Jan. 6 event spreading election lies and, on occasion, calling for violence.
QAnon Faithful Believed Biden Would Never Be President. Now They’re Shocked, Heartbroken, And Angry.
“There isn’t a word to describe the depression and disappointment I feel right now.”
Sens. Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock officially give Democrats tiebreaking power in the Senate. Sen. Alex Padilla was also sworn in to Vice President Kamala Harris’s seat.
Unlike Airbnb, Vrbo isn’t canceling DC stays. UPDATE: It will block new reservations Tuesday afternoon through Friday, Jan 22.
On secret communication channels and open message boards, white supremacists are rejoicing at what President Donald Trump unleashed — and planning their next moves.
At least one person whom "Thad Williams" helped send to DC bragged about carrying a firearm to the nation's capital.
Trump supporters are planning and preparing for more inauguration-related rallies, but they will no longer be able to use GoFundMe to help them get there.
The justices denied requests by Trump and his supporters to take up a group of failed election challenges before Inauguration Day.
Republicans Are Calling For “Unity” After They Voted To Try To Overturn The Election Following The Deadly Capitol Attack
One hundred forty-seven Republicans in Congress voted to try to keep President Donald Trump in power based on what many knew were lies about the election.
For years, Trump has used the social media site to spread hate and lies. Until today.
The social networking app favored by conservatives has been given 24 hours to institute a moderation policy.
The social platform is permanently suspending accounts “that are solely dedicated to sharing QAnon content.”
A group of channels connected to the Epoch Times is pumping out hoaxes and lies without identifying their connections to the right-wing newspaper.
Social media companies banned Trump, but not the groups he inspired.
At least one laptop believed to contain sensitive information was among the items stolen from Congress.
Lin Wood used Twitter to promote yesterday's insurrection and to spread conspiracy theories about the presidential election.
“We are extending the block indefinitely and for at least the next two weeks,” wrote CEO Mark Zuckerberg in the announcement.
Black Lives Matter activists see a sharp contrast between the treatment they received last summer and what happened at the Capitol.
Republicans Are Still Trying To Overturn Trump’s Election Loss Even After His Supporters Took Over The Capitol
A majority of House Republicans along with six senators voted, futilely, to try to overturn President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in Arizona.
“What excuse did we use not to ban him this time?”
Trump and his allies have used the courts over the past two months to push voter fraud conspiracy theories that fueled Wednesday’s assault on the Capitol.
Right-wing figures have spread baseless claims that antifa was behind Wednesday’s violent insurrection at the Capitol.
The president has earned a timeout, but hasn’t been banned — yet.
The collective delusion finally reached the level of violence it always threatened.
The mob that forced Congress to flee organized on both obscure and mainstream sites.
While violent supporters stormed the Capitol, Donald Trump cheered them on using the last tool he has: the internet.
Sixty-seven Republican members of Congress objected to President-elect Joe Biden's win in Arizona before protesters stormed the Capitol.
Democrats will control both chambers of Congress plus the White House, giving President-elect Joe Biden the chance to enact his agenda.
Here are the results for the runoff elections in Georgia, which will determine the balance of power in the Senate.
Mitch McConnell had been trying to prevent such a move, fearing it will force Republicans to make unpopular votes against Trump that could be used by primary challengers.