"It was carnage, it was chaos. I can't even describe what I saw," says U.S. Capitol Police officer Caroline Edwards.
"Tonight, I say this to my Republican colleagues who are defending the indefensible: There will come a day when Donald Trump is gone, but your dishonor will remain," Cheney says.
Donald Trump, his namesake son and his daughter Ivanka have agreed to answer questions under oath next month in the New York attorney general's civil investigation into his business practices.
Following a Marshall Project/NPR report detailing violence and abuse at the newest federal penitentiary, three members of Congress asked the Justice Department's inspector general to investigate
After the Dunblane massacre in Scotland left 16 students dead, parents organized to make sure it could never happen again. What can the U.S learn from them as we struggle to combat gun violence?
Federal prisoners said to be the most dangerous are sent to a special unit at a prison in Illinois. NPR and The Marshall Project uncovered violence, abuse and deaths there. Here are five takeaways.
Federal prisoners said to be the most dangerous are sent to a special unit at an Illinois penitentiary. NPR and The Marshall Project have uncovered violence, abuse and a string of inmate deaths there.
NPR's Investigative Unit teamed up with The Marshall Project to look at a penitentiary in Thomson, Ill., that is one of the country's most violent and dangerous federal prisons.
A jury found Timothy Hale-Cusanelli guilty for breaching the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. The trial included dramatic testimony secretly recorded by Hale-Cusanelli's former roommate.