Former West Virginia politician Derrick Evans told a judge he regretted his actions, but is now calling himself a “J6 Patriot.” The first Jan. 6 defendant to be sentenced apologized in court but later seemed to minimize the Capitol riot.
Brian Sicknick suffered two strokes and died a day after he and other officers tried to hold off the mob that stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6.
Matthew Greene testified on Tuesday in the case against former Proud Boys national chairman Enrique Tarrio.
Four members of the Oath Keepers have been convicted of seditious conspiracy in the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol attack in the second major trial involving far-right extremists accused of plotting to forcibly keep President Donald Trump in power.
Anthime Gionet, known as “Baked Alaska” to his social media followers, declined to address the court before U.S. District Judge Trevor McFadden sentenced him to 60 days behind bars followed by two years of probation. Gionet had faced a maximum of six months of imprisonment.
On the 2nd anniversary of the Capitol Riots, we're looking back at our "Siege on Democracy" podcast which explored the January 6th insurrection with exclusive interviews and information.
The nation's capital is marking two years since a violent mob of supporters of then-President Donald Trump, fueled by his false claims of a stolen election, attacked the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, who died after the attack, will receive a posthumous award.
The Jan. 6 committee’s report asserts that Trump criminally engaged in a “multi-part conspiracy” to overturn the lawful results of the 2020 election and failed to act to stop his supporters from attacking the Capitol.
Cassidy Hutchinson was a top aide to former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows and a key witness for the Jan. 6 committee.
The summary also details how the claims were premeditated. Even before the election, Trump insisted the only way he would lose would be by massive voter fraud.
The committee's referrals to the Justice Department carry no legal weight since federal prosecutors are already conducting their own investigation and are the sole deciders of whether to pursue charges against Trump.
The House January 6 Committee voted on Dec. 19, 2022 to send referrals to the Justice Department recommending former President Donald Trump be criminally prosecuted. The referrals include obstructing an official proceeding of Congress, conspiracy to defraud the federal government, making a false statement, and inciting, assisting, or aiding and comforting an insurrection.
The January 6 Committee referred Trump to the DOJ for criminal prosecution.
The Jan. 6 panel voted unanimously to adopt its final report and refer Donald Trump and his associates for criminal prosecution.
Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss, gives opening statements on the last meeting of the Jan. 6 committee before issuing criminal referrals on former President Donald Trump relating to the insurrection.
Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., presented the criminal referrals for former President Donald Trump relating to the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
Enrique Tarrio and four other members of the extremist group are accused of plotting to attack the U.S. Capitol in a desperate bid to overturn Biden's victory.
The committee has called what happened on Jan. 6 an “attempted coup" that warrants criminal prosecution from the Justice Department.
The panel is reportedly considering recommending an unprecedented insurrection charge against former President Donald Trump.