In a 12-page missive, ex-president Donald Trump says instead of focusing on the country's larger problems, Democratic-led panel was "a Kangaroo Court" that seeks to distract Americans.
US House panel investigating January 6 insurrection and Donald Trump's attempt to overturn 2020 election opens prime-time hearing, declaring lies that led to riots put "two and half centuries of constitutional democracy at risk."
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.
Supreme Court rejects bid by former president Donald Trump to block the release to a congressional committee of documents related to the January 6 insurrection by a mob of his supporters.
Americans' "pride" in their democracy drops sharply, from 90 percent in 2002 to 54 percent now, a survey conducted by Washington Post and University of Maryland finds.
Bannon is one of more than 30 people close to Trump who have been ordered by the House committee to testify about the run-up to January 6 when Trump supporters stormed the Capitol.
The letter went to at least some witnesses who were subpoenaed by the House committee and it makes clear that Trump plans to invoke privileges meant to protect presidential communications from being shared with Congress.
Facebook’s independent oversight board keeps ban on former US president Donald Trump but demands social media giant determine a consistent response with rules that are applied to other users of the platform.
Two US Senate panels will review security failings in the run-up to the deadly assault on the Capitol on January 6, starting with interviews of top officials involved in the planning and response of security for presidential electoral certification.
Defence lawyers argued in Donald Trump's impeachment trial that the former president bore no responsibility for the deadly attack on the US Capitol while accusing Democrats of “hatred” and “hypocrisy.”
Senate leaders have agreed to rules of impeachment for the trial, including a debate and vote on whether it’s even constitutional to prosecute former president Trump but the outcome is likely to stop proceedings with Democrats in majority.
Although membership would not constitute a crime, the designation means the group may have assets seized and face harsher terrorism-related criminal penalties. Sending money to the organisation or buying their paraphernalia is now also illegal.
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