The Fulton County sheriff says he'll treat the former president according to the jail's normal practices. That includes taking a booking photo, which could become a famous — or infamous — image.
The bill would enforce new measures protecting local state election administrations from partisan interference.
Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott warned colleagues not to "give the crazies an inch" after the 2020 elections. Dominion Voting Systems revealed her words in its $1.6 billion defamation suit against Fox.
There were a number of eye-opening findings in the Jan. 6 committee's fourth hearing that showed the depth and breadth of Trump and his allies' pressure on local and state officials.
British documentarian Alex Holder confirmed on Tuesday that he had complied with a Jan. 6 committee subpoena for never-before-seen footage of the president in the leadup to the insurrection.
Tuesday's hearing is expected to focus on former President Trump's pressure on officials to change the results of voting in their states.
The federal government has charged Stewart Rhodes and 10 others with seditious conspiracy in the most serious case to emerge from its investigation into the Capitol riot.
Robert Costa's book Peril, which he co-wrote with Bob Woodward, goes inside Trump's war room on the eve of the Jan. 6 insurrection. Costa says the 2024 election could trigger a constitutional crisis.
Today on Political Rewind: The board that oversees Stone Mountain Park meets today to hear proposals for how to reshape the story that for decades has celebrated the “Lost Cause” of the south. Also, a Superior Court judge has ordered yet another recount of 2020 presidential ballots in Fulton County.
A bipartisan group of 10 former secretaries of defense criticized attempts to challenge November's presidential election and called it a dangerous threat to the nation's security.
Dozens of Republicans in the House and Senate have said they will object to certification of the Electoral College results. Others say it's time to move on.
Eleven senators and senators-elect said they would reject electors "from disputed states" without an investigation into the votes in those states. They did not provide evidence for their concerns.
Democrats were elated to defeat President Trump this year, but overall voters sent their party some mixed signals. Now, the party is trying to figure out what they mean for the future.