Giuliani submitted this declaration as part of the ongoing civil lawsuit filed in 2021 by election workers Ruby Freeman and Wandrea "Shaye" Moss. The two women sued Giuliani for defamation.
USCP Chief Tom Manger says problems that led to the Capitol riot have been addressed, and he is focusing on expanding field offices to be better prepared for rising threats to congressional members.
Using text messages, video and recorded calls, the DOJ is arguing that the defendants set out to overturn the 2020 election results by storming the Capitol and interrupting the electoral vote count.
The hearing, when rescheduled, could conclude its presentations of investigative findings before a final report due later this year.
The founder of the Oath Keepers and four others individuals linked to the far-right, anti-government group go on trial Tuesday on seditious conspiracy and other charges stemming from the Jan. 6 riot.
Riley Williams is typically only allowed to leave home for work, court proceedings or approved outings. This weekend, that may include jousting and a make-believe renaissance wedding.
Former President Donald Trump's onetime top adviser surrendered to federal authorities Monday. Bannon was indicted last week for defying a congressional subpoena related to the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
Robert Chapman was promptly reported to authorities after reportedly boasting on Bumble about making it "all the way into Statuary Hall." He was arrested in New York on Thursday.
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.
More than 250 people have been charged in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. NPR is looking at the cases. Each provides clues to questions surrounding the attack: Who joined the mob? What did they do? And why?
The U.S. Capitol Police says it is aware of and preparing for a threat by an identified militia group to breach the Capitol complex on Thursday.
Investigators say Connecticut resident Patrick Edward McCaughey III pinned an officer against a door during the Capitol insurrection.
Despite days of widespread incitement on social media in advance of the insurrection encouraging extremist Trump supporters to assault the U.S. Capitol, law enforcement was unprepared and overwhelmed.
"Like all of America, we're waiting to get back to normal — whatever that is," said Dick Thackston, chairman of the Troy Board of Selectmen.