Know who this is? The FBI doesn't.
The riot at the Capitol was led by a group of Trump supporters, who sought to stop the Electoral College vote count in a bid to overturn his electoral defeat.
The FBI has released new video from its investigation into the still-unidentified suspect who allegedly planted pipe bombs outside the RNC and DNC before the Jan. 6 riot.
Members of Congress and law enforcement are bracing for potential security threats on Sept. 18 when a “Justice for J6” rally is planned to support the more than 570 people charged with crimes related to the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.
According to news reports in the wake of the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, then-Vice President Mike Pence resisted Donald Trump's pressure to help subvert the certification of the 2020 election's results, painting him as an unlikely hero in the final days of Trump's presidency. But details in a new book from Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Robert Costa put a damper on Pence's supposed adherence to the Constitution.
An internal investigation found that six Capitol police officers broke rules during the sacking of the U.S. Capitol on Jan 6 by a mob of Trump supporters. The officers did not break the law, investigators found, but should be disciplined.
Pete Williams reports on the latest in the investigation of an attempted bombing on Jan 6th, 2021.
The new details will also shape how the Jan. 6 select committee conducts its investigation.
None of the officers, or details about the recommended penalties, were identified. Criminal charges will not be filed against any of the officers.
The six, who weren’t named, face violations that range from inappropriate conduct to “improper” dissemination of information.
A judge agreed that Jan. 31 was too soon to hold a trial for three Oath Keepers who stormed the U.S. Capitol to stop the certification of Joe Biden's election win.
Newly released body cam video from the Capitol insurrection shows a Jan. 6 rioter frothing at the mouth as he confronts a Metropolitan Police Department officer guarding the perimeter of the building.