Evidence provides "a good-faith basis for concluding that President Trump has violated a law that makes it a crime to "conspire either to commit any offense against the US.
The anti-Covid mandate protests that started in Canada’s capital and spread to the US and Europe are reinvigorating right-wing populism.
Prosecutors charge founder of Oath Keepers Stewart Rhodes and 10 alleged members of militia with seditious conspiracy for their role in deadly 2021 attack on Capitol.
President Joe Biden on Thursday asked Congress to extend the moratorium in line with a Supreme Court opinion last month that suggested legislative approval was required.
Paul Hodgkins, 38, illegally entered the Capitol as members of Congress gathered for a vote certifying the victory of President-elect Joe Biden.
Deal likely unlocks the most funding for roads, bridges and ports in decades that will help stimulate the country's economy.
New attack on US Capitol that left one officer and suspect dead does not appear to be related to terrorism, police say.
Two Capitol police officers suffered "physical and emotional injuries" in the riot they said was fomented by Trump after refusing to accept his election defeat.
In a statement submitted for a House hearing on Thursday, acting police chief Yogananda Pittman provides new details about the law enforcement response to the Capitol riot and the problems that hobbled the police's response.
Far-right groups rarely face consequences the US or Europe. Will anyone hold their growing numbers accountable?
Hundreds of National Guard soldiers test positive for Covid-19 or are quarantined in nearby hotels after possible exposure due to lack of social distancing measures, POLITICO reports.
The Trumps' departure has been fractious, with the president refusing for months to accept the election result due to false allegations of fraud and declining to congratulate his successor Joe Biden.
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