A federal judge slammed one of the January 6 rioters for waving a 1776 flag while storming the US Capitol, saying his attempt to overturn a democratic election betrayed the values of the American Revolution.
The new defense attorney for Steve Bannon nearly became the 2nd-ranking official in the DOJ office now handling the case against Trump's ally.
A federal judge suggested Friday that former President Donald Trump had some responsibility for the January 6 attack on the Capitol and that rioters were pawns provoked into action.
Bannon's plea isn't entirely surprising because when he turned himself in he said we're "taking down the Biden regime."
Frank Scavo, who reportedly organized bus rides that ferried around 200 people to Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6, was sentenced to 60 days in jail this Monday, HuffPost reports.
'The fact remains that he and others were called to Washington, DC, by an elected official, prompted to walk to the Capitol by an elected official,' Judge Amit Mehta said.
Kylie Kremer, a "March for Trump" group official, told an aide to retrieve three burner phones in the days before the Jan. 6 rally, per Rolling Stone.
Federal prosecutors have accused two men of having ties to a Proud Boys leader and being among the first to breach the police line near the US Capitol on January 6.
For the first time in more than 200 years, a mob sieged the US Capitol, an event that still has survivors and the nation reeling many months later.
Soon, a year will have passed since thousands of enraged Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol, many of them brutally attacking law enforcement agents, desecrating the halls of Congress, and sending lawmakers and the vice president fleeing for their lives. The historic assault on the peaceful transfer of power in Washington left a handful of [
I was warned ages ago that violence is not a solution to any problem, and that if I wanted Carrot Top to stop doing prop comedy I should just bide my time. Did it work? I’m scared to look. Can someone at least let me know if Jeff Dunham is still at large?
An appeals court hearing Tuesday on former President Donald Trump's claim to keep January 6 documents from his presidency private showed that Trump faces an uphill battle to keep the documents out of the hands of House investigators.