Pardon Request, Pressure on Pence: Top Video From the 3rd Hearing of the Jan. 6 Panel
The House select committee investigating the Capitol riot said Thursday that Vice President Mike Pence was in danger after he rebuffed President Donald Trump’s scheme to stop the election of Joe Biden. The committee also revealed that the lawyer who devised the scheme, John Eastman, asked for a pardon before Trump left office. Pence turned back entreaties by Trump...
Lawyer Says He Believes Trump Knew Electoral College Plot Was Illegal
Donald Trump apparently knew his scheme to try to force Mike Pence to disregard the Electoral College results electing Joe Biden president was against the law, the general counsel for Pence testified. Greg Jacob was asked in videotaped testimony whether John Eastman, a lawyer working with the former president, ever admitted in front of Trump that his proposal would violate…
D.C. Chiropractor Who Stormed Capitol Arrested on Jan. 6 Charges
A source familiar with the case confirmed to NBC News the arrest of David Walls-Kaufman of the Capitol Hill Chiropractic Center.
Photos Emerge of Pennsylvania Candidate for US Senate Marching in D.C. on Jan. 6, 2021
Kathy Barnette, a Republican from Montgomery County who is among the frontrunners in the Pennsylvania primary for U.S. Senate, can be seen marching during the day of protests in 2021, NBC News has confirmed.
Biden Orders Release of Trump White House Logs to Congress
President Joe Biden is ordering the release of Trump White House visitor logs to the House committee investigating the riot of Jan. 6, 2021, once more rejecting former President Donald Trump’s claims of executive privilege
Jan. 6 Panel Subpoenas 6 More in Fake GOP Electors Scheme
The House committee investigating the U.S. Capitol insurrection has subpoenaed six more people, including former Trump campaign members and state lawmakers
Trump Dangles Prospect of Pardons for Jan. 6 Defendants
Former President Donald Trump is dangling the prospect of pardons for supporters who participated in the deadly Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol if he returns to the White House
Former Acting Defense Secretary Meets With Jan. 6 Committee
The meeting came as the committee ramps up its probe, issuing more subpoenas and requesting several GOP lawmakers voluntarily testify.
Capitol Rioters' Social Media Posts Influencing Sentencings
For many rioters who stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, self-incriminating messages, photos and videos that they broadcast on social media before, during and after the riot are influencing even the sentences in their criminal cases
Risky Business: Some Capitol Riot Defendants Forgo Lawyers
At least five people charged in the riot at the U.S. Capitol have chosen to defend themselves in court