Prosecutors are tying former President Donald Trump to the violent events on Jan. 6, 2021. His lawyers asked a court to strip references to that language from his federal indictment.
U.S. Capitol insurrection
In 2016, then-candidate Donald Trump claimed he could shoot someone and not lose any voters. Now, he faces criminal charges in three separate indictments, and voters continue to support "Teflon Don."
Jacob Chansley recieved one of the longest sentences handed down to a U.S. Capitol rioter. He has been freed from prison and sent to a reentry center until late May.
The officer, who was attacked with chemical spray during the insurrection, suffered a series of strokes and died the day after the Jan. 6 attack.
Late Thursday night, the House select committee that has been investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection for 18 months released their long-awaited full report.
The House Select Jan. 6 panel will wrap up its investigation on Dec. 31. It's now in a race to issue its final recommendations and findings in the coming weeks.
Photographs of Keith Packer wearing the antisemitic sweatshirt went viral after the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol. Packer said he wore it because he was "cold," according to a court filing.
Riley Williams is typically only allowed to leave home for work, court proceedings or approved outings. This weekend, that may include jousting and a make-believe renaissance wedding.
Read the full transcript from the July 12 House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol attack hearing.
Former Georgia election worker Shaye Moss testified at the Jan. 6 committee hearing Tuesday about the attacks she and her family received when Trump and Giuliani targeted them with false accusations.