100 Days After U.S. Capitol Riot, Massive Federal Inquiry Sees Progress And Major RoadblocksOne hundred days after the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol, the unprecedented progress and unexpected roadblocks of the investigation are becoming clear.
'Clear the Capitol,' Pence Pleaded, Timeline Of Riot ShowsFrom a secure room in the Capitol on Jan. 6, as rioters pummeled police and vandalized the building, Vice President Mike Pence tried to assert control. In an urgent phone call to the acting defense secretary, he issued a startling demand.
1 U.S. Capitol Police Officer Killed, Another Injured After Man Rams Vehicle Into Security Barricade, Suspect Also KilledOne U.S. Capitol police officer was killed and another officer was injured after a man rammed his vehicle into a barricade on the north side of the Capitol building Friday afternoon in Washington D.C.
Chris Van Hollen, Other Lawmakers Want To Block Permanent Capitol FencingThe United States Capitol has been surrounded by fencing since just after the deadly Jan. 6 assault on the building, but Maryland Sen. Chris Van Hollen and other lawmakers want to make sure the barriers do not become permanent.
Fencing Around Capitol Comes Down More Than 2 Months After InsurrectionThe outer fencing put up to protect the US Capitol following the January 6 insurrection has started to come down, allowing the public to regain access to the iconic building's grounds.
FBI Releases New Videos Of 10 People Wanted In 'Most Egregious' Attacks On Police Officers During Capitol RiotsThe FBI on Thursday released videos of ten people the agency said are suspects in the "most egregious assaults" on police officers during the deadly January 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol.
Maryland Rep. Andy Harris One Of 12 To Vote Against Awarding Medal To Police Officers For Efforts During Capitol RiotsMaryland Rep. Andy Harris was one of 12 members of Congress to vote against awarding Congressional Gold Medals to police officers who protected the U.S. Capitol during the deadly riots two months ago.
2 Charged In Assault Of Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, Who Later DiedU.S. officials have arrested and charged two men with assaulting U.S. Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick with bear spray during the Jan. 6 riot, but they do not know yet whether it caused the officer's death.
FBI Releases New Videos Of Suspect Accused Of Leaving Pipe Bombs At DNC, RNC Headquarters In DC On Eve Of Capitol RiotsThe FBI on Tuesday released new videos showing the person they believe left pipe bombs at the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee and Republican National Committee the night before the deadly riots at the U.S. Capitol in January.
Pentagon Set To OK Extending National Guard Deployment At US CapitolThe Pentagon is set to approve an extension of the National Guard deployment at the U.S. Capitol for about two more months, defense officials said Tuesday.
Board To Begin Search For Permanent Capitol Police ChiefThe board that oversees the U.S. Capitol Police is beginning a search for a permanent police chief, a person familiar with the matter said, as the fallout from the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol continues.
Security Heightened In DC Due To Far-Right Conspiracy Theory About March 4U.S. Capitol Police are increasing security in Washington D.C. over a "concerning" far right-wing conspiracy theory that could bring more protesters downtown.
National Guard Protecting U.S. Capitol Served 'Raw, Moldy Food,' Some With Metal Shavings, Lawmakers SayA bipartisan group of members of Michigan's congressional delegation sent the chief of the National Guard a letter Tuesday complaining about the food being provided to members of the state's National Guard while stationed at the US Capitol.
Harford County Man Robert Reeder Identified Among Capitol Rioters Using Facial Recognition Software, Officials SayAnother Maryland man was identified among the group of rioters that stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
Judge Rejects Motion To Release Maryland Man Who Allegedly Beat Officer With Bat During U.S. Capitol RiotsA judge has rejected a motion to release a Maryland man accused of attacking police with a baseball bat during the U.S. Capitol riots.