Court documents in dozens of cases show the scale of the chaos at the Capitol, from kicked-in doors to a stolen bottle of bourbon.
“We want to push the administration to be better. It’s not just, ‘You’re not Trump.’”
The prince was a central figure in British public life for almost three-quarters of a century.
President Joe Biden announced he is cracking down on “ghost guns," but major changes like universal background checks and an assault rifle ban are up in the air.
Schools, international travel, and military service — people in the US already have to prove they are vaccinated against many diseases.
Prosecutors Are Nearing A Cooperation Deal With A Man Accused Of Using Bear Spray Against Capitol Police
Jon Schaffer, who wore an Oath Keepers hat on Jan. 6, has been doing “debrief” interviews and is a potential cooperator, according to a court filing that was mistakenly posted publicly.
The Progressive Group That Helped Bring Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez To Congress Is Launching Its First Primary Challenge Of 2022
Odessa Kelly, 39, is taking on an incumbent Democrat in Tennessee. She would be the first openly gay Black woman elected to Congress.
Two Members Of The Oath Keepers Who Allegedly Rode A “Grand Theft” Golf Cart To The Capitol Riot Were Indicted
Two more members of the Oath Keepers were added to the government’s conspiracy case. Their conversations while riding to the riot are detailed in a new indictment.
Garret Miller also tweeted “Assassinate AOC” after the Jan. 6 insurrection. (Warning: This article contains graphic racist language.)
“It appears that a little boy died in his mother’s arms as she was trying to save him during this horrific massacre,” the Orange County district attorney said.
A Judge Ruled Trump’s Campaign Can’t Enforce An Ex-Staffer’s “Unduly Burdensome” Nondisclosure Agreement
The decision keeps alive a legal fight that could end up voiding all NDAs signed by staffers who worked on Trump’s 2016 campaign.
“I think it’s a step towards our vision of a Green New Deal,” an activist from the Sunrise Movement said. They just think it falls far short.
Because there was no end in sight, the pandemic paused the idea of a future where the tech disruption would end, the economy would level out, and we'd ascend to our final post–social media forms. And some things looked ridiculous inside.
In the latest case, two US Capitol Police officers sued Trump for the injuries they sustained during the Jan. 6 insurrection.
The White House announced judicial nominees who would break barriers if confirmed.
A judge ordered Eric Munchel and Lisa Eisenhart released to home detention.
“In some way, everyone in this country is incriminated by the violence contained in the photographs in this book.”
The DC Circuit ruling was applied almost immediately to two defendants in the Oath Keepers conspiracy case who were granted bond.
A millennial stay-at-home mom from South Carolina, a gay couple from Texas, and a social worker in New York believed in QAnon. Now that Biden is president, they’re not sure where to go from here.
Sixty-five days into his first term — as 1,000 people a day continue to die of COVID-19 in the US — reporters asked Biden whether he was going to run for reelection.
With no space to hold the families in US facilities, and Mexico refusing to take them back, they’ve started to be released in Texas border cities.
In His First Press Conference, Biden Moved Closer To Supporting Radically Changing How The Senate Works
In his first White House press conference, Biden suggested he could support drastic change to how the Senate works.
Photographer Tōyō Miyatake, who was forced into a camp himself, documented the experiences of Japanese Americans during their World War II incarceration by the US government.
The Justice Department Is Investigating Officials Who Talked To The Press About The Capitol Riot Investigation
Michael Sherwin, the former acting US Attorney in DC, had told media “the facts” support charging some Capitol rioters with sedition.
Republican language is changing as party members fight to kill increasingly popular gun control measures in Congress after shootings in Colorado and Georgia.
The president called on Congress to close background check loopholes and ban assault weapons after shootings in Boulder, Colorado, and Atlanta.
Ten people, including one police officer, were killed in a mass shooting in Boulder, Colorado, on Monday.
Powell is facing billion-dollar lawsuits after accusing voting technology companies of rigging the election.
The case hasn’t revealed concrete information so far about how Sicknick died.
Joe Biden And Kamala Harris Condemned The “Scapegoating" Of Asian Americans After The Shooting In Atlanta
“For the last year, we've had people in positions of incredible power scapegoating Asian Americans," Vice President Kamala Harris said in Atlanta.