Federico Klein joined other Trump supporters in one of the most violent episodes of the Jan. 6 siege — a mob's fight with outnumbered police for control of a Capitol tunnel entrance.
A high school student who stormed the U.S. Capitol, assaulted a police officer and sat in a Senate floor chair reserved for the vice president has been sentenced to one year in prison. Georgia resident Bruno Joseph Cua was 18 when he attacked the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, making him one of the youngest people charged in the riot.
Rudy Giuliani has conceded he made public comments falsely claiming two Georgia election workers committed ballot fraud during the 2020 presidential race. But he's arguing that the statements were protected by the First Amendment.
Attorney John Eastman was a key player in Donald Trump's legal efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election. The State Bar of California is now seeking to revoke Eastman's law license.
Jacob Chansley recieved one of the longest sentences handed down to a U.S. Capitol rioter. He has been freed from prison and sent to a reentry center until late May.
The officer, who was attacked with chemical spray during the insurrection, suffered a series of strokes and died the day after the Jan. 6 attack.
"If Donald Trump had succeeded, he'd be bragging about it," says Raskin, a member of the Jan. 6 panel. He argues the former president must be held accountable based on the facts and what the laws say.
Christian Secor, a former UCLA student and follower of the far-right racist livestreamer Nick Fuentes, was sentenced on Wednesday for obstructing congress during the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
All nine members of the committee voted to subpoena the former president to testify before them. Presidential subpoenas are complicated but not unprecedented.
Thursday's hearing revealed new video footage of members of Congress working the phones from secure locations, interspersed with scenes of rioters chanting outside.
Denver Riggleman spent 8 months as an adviser to the Congressional committee investigating the January 6th Capitol Riot. Now he's written a book about his experience — called, "The Breach."
Brandon Straka pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor for egging on rioters during the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. The judge in the case said he has since made "questionable" comments about his plea.
Aides to the congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol said the next hearing would focus on extremist groups and their possible links to Trump and his allies.
Read the full transcript from the June 23 hearing from the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol attack.