Jan 6 Insurrection
Former president Donald Trump can be sued by members of Congress and Capitol police for injuries they sustained during the Jan. 6 insurrection, the Department of Justice said Thursday.
A Lawsuit Is Arguing That Donald Trump's Actions Led To Officer Brian Sicknick's Death After The Jan. 6 Attack
Brian Sicknick died of natural causes after being sprayed with a chemical irritant during the Jan. 6 attack. Now, attorneys for his estate are arguing that Trump and the rioters who assaulted him "played a significant role" in his death.
"The central cause of January 6th was one man, former President Donald Trump, whom many others followed," the House committee investigating the attack wrote in its final report. "None of the events of January 6th would have happened without him."
Oath Keepers Founder Stewart Rhodes Was Convicted Of Seditious Conspiracy For His Role In The Jan. 6 Attack On The Capitol
Rhodes and another Oath Keeper are the first people since 1995 to be found guilty by a jury of the Civil War-era charge of seditious conspiracy.
The Man Who Dragged A Police Officer Into A Crowd Of Rioters On Jan. 6 Has Been Sentenced To More Than 7 Years In Prison
Albuquerque Cosper Head was responsible for “some of the darkest acts committed on one of our nation’s darkest days," said the judge.
The committee is demanding that the former president testify under oath on Nov. 14.
"It is our obligation to seek Donald Trump's testimony," Rep. Bennie Thompson said.
No, but seriously, Riverdale was a rollercoaster I wish I never got on.
The Cowboys For Trump Founder Has Been Removed From His Elected Office For His Role In The Capitol Riot
This is the first time that an elected official has been removed from office as a result of their participation in or support for the Capitol attack.
A CPAC booth — organized by a convicted Jan. 6 rioter — was set up as a mock prison cell inside which a man was pretending to cry, while attendees were made to hear testimony from Capitol insurrectionists.
The lengths to which right-wing influencer Brandon Straka cooperated with the FBI were only revealed in court documents that were apparently released to the media by accident.
Sen. Josh Hawley ran away from rioters after fist-pumping them, and then-president Donald Trump argued with staff about making a plea for peace.
“Let me say one more time: We will take any efforts to influence witness testimony very seriously,” Rep. Liz Cheney warned Trump and his supporters.
A Georgia Elections Worker And Her Mom Described How Trump’s Lies About Voter Fraud Tore Their Lives Apart
"I’ve lost my name, I’ve lost my reputation and I’ve lost my sense of security all because a group of people … decided to scapegoat me and my daughter."
Donald Trump Called Mike Pence “The P-Word” For Not Illegally Overturning The Election, According To Jan. 6 Committee Testimony
Both Ivanka Trump and a former Trump attorney described the conversation as “heated.”
The Jan. 6 Committee Wants To Know Why These Tourists Were Taking Photos Of Security Checkpoints Before The Capitol Riot
One of the people on the tour went on to threaten Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other Democrats in a video on Jan. 6, 2021.
Members of Congress and law enforcement who experienced the attack grew emotional on Thursday as they watched the harrowing footage.
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.
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.
William Todd Wilson was the first Oath Keeper to breach the Capitol building, prosecutors claim.
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.
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.