More than 400 people are charged in the Jan. 6 riot, but one suspect remains elusive to law enforcement: the person who left bombs near the Democratic and Republican national committee headquarters.
Federal investigators continue to make arrests into the insurrection at the Capitol months after the siege.
Two U.S. Capitol police officers argue former President Donald Trump is responsible for the injuries they received during the Jan. 6 riots at the Capitol.
Judge Zia Faruqui said Federico Klein's alleged role in the deadly siege, while he was still a government aide, makes him a menace. She said he "was literally directing people" to confront officers.
A judge said that Chansley, one of the most recognizable people who stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, must remain in jail ahead of his trial because he remains a threat to the public.
Political scientists say growing acceptance of unfounded conspiracy theories is fueling disengagement and distrust in democratic institutions, an effect that is trickling down to local politics.
Leo Brent Bozell IV, whose father runs the conservative Media Research Center, has been charged in federal court for allegedly joining the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
The House speaker calls for establishing an independent panel to investigate "the facts and causes" related to the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. And she says more money is needed to boost security.
"Almost everyday I remember that 44 Americans gave their lives to stop the plane that was headed to this Capitol building," she said. "The capitol stands because of people like that."
18-year-old Bruno Cua of Milton allegedly breached the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, making it to the Senate floor and getting into an altercation with Capitol Police, according to federal court documents released Monday.
A Seattle judge on Monday ruled that Ethan Nordean could be released on bond but halted the decision, so the Justice Department could appeal. Nordean will stay in custody by order of another judge.