It was just last month that Capitol attacker Danny "DJ" Rodriguez was declaring himself "so stupid" after he was arrested for Tasing D.C. Metropolitan Police Officer Mike Fanone until he lost consciousness.
A Nevada man dressed for Halloween was arrested Wednesday on charges that he assaulted police officers with several objects -- including a chair nail with a protruding nail -- at the January 6 Capitol insurrection.
The U.S. Capitol rioters created a grim spectacle as they stormed into the center of democracy to stop the certification of Joe Biden's election win, and some of them created new legal problems for themselves with outrageous courtroom behavior.
On Wednesday, NBC4 Washington's Scott MacFarlane, a leading reporter covering the Capitol riot trials, reported that one of the latest cases portends "big warning signs" for participants in the attack.
Judge Royce Lamberth sentenced a Pennsylvania man to 60 days in jail, more than the two weeks requested by the government.
A court hearing for a January 6 defendant quickly turned contentious Monday after an actor and Oath Keeper tried to reject the United States' authority over him.
Democrats have won the popular vote in every presidential election but one for the last 40 years. But the Supreme Court’s Republican majority has only widened — and that isn’t an accident
"Hypocrisy reeks," Harry Dunn tweeted, adding that Kyle Rittenhouse's emotions were praised while Capitol Police officers' emotions were mocked.
Arguments in the Mississippi abortion ban case came just a few months after justices publicly pushed back on the notion that they were political actors.
Justice Brett Kavanaugh asked if “the states or perhaps Congress," rather than the Supreme Court, should decide questions about abortion.