The far-right group who were buoyed by Donald Trump's presidency were among those taking part in the attack on D.C.
Congressman Adam Kinzinger said some of his party had "failed to rise" to the moment.
The congresswoman blamed the senator who represents her state Missouri for the violence in the Capitol on Wednesday.
Representative Zoe Lofgren, chairwoman of the House Administration Committee, said the breach "raises grave security concerns", and confirmed that her committee would work with House and Senate leaders to review the police response.
the president has one unresolved China item on his desk that could be his administration's most consequential China policy yet: a formal finding, under the Genocide Convention, of genocide in Xinjiang.
Twitter warned it would remain blocked unless the policy-breaking posts were removed and said future violations of its rules would result in a permanent suspension for Trump.
The two-time NBA MVP said he couldn't imagine his kid growing up as a Black man in the current climate in America.
"Have you had enough?" the late-night host asked, hitting out at the politicians who have enabled the president over the past four years.
Condemning the "acts of violence," many leaders called for the "peaceful transfer of power."
Unless there is verifiable dismantlement of Iran's enrichment program, Tehran will always retain the ability to renege on its non-proliferation promises.
The Twitter account of Wood's Fightback organisation, which its website says was established to "defeat the evil forces of the left," was also suspended.
Jake Angeli has been spotted at a number of right-wing protests showing support for QAnon and wearing his horned hat.
Congress ratified President-elect Joe Biden's election victory in the early hours of Thursday morning.
"If my grandfather were alive today and saw the country he fought for today, he'd be disgusted," Fallon said on "The Tonight Show."
The president continues to reject the election outcome, though he has said there will be an orderly transition.
Mainstream social media platforms temporarily restricted Trump's profiles as he released a video describing a mob of his supporters who stormed the U.S. Capitol as "very special."
The CNN anchor gave his assessment of the tenure of President Donald Trump after the scenes of the chaos in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday.
The Golden State Warriors head coach criticized President Donald Trump for encouraging a mob of his supporters to storm the Capitol.
Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46th president of the United States on January 20—something President Donald Trump and his most loyal allies couldn't stop, especially after pro-Trump protestors mobbed the U.S. Capitol as lawmakers worked to certify the election results Wednesday.
"They were masquerading as Trump supporters and in fact were members of the violent terrorist group Antifa," Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) said after supporters of President Donald Trump rioted and breached the U.S. Capitol building on Wednesday.
Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Police Chief Robert Contee announced four deaths related to Wednesday's riot at the Capitol, including one officer-involved shooting.
"93-6 in the Senate to ratify the illegal certification in Arizona," Ellis wrote. "The Republican Party is officially over today."
Multiple White House officials resigned after supporters of President Donald Trump violently rioted and breached the Capitol building in a failed attempt to stop Congress from certifying President-elect Joe Biden's victory.
"I prayed Joe Biden would lose," Graham said. "He won. He's the legitimate president of the United States."
"Mr. Trump is a menace," the editorial board of The Washington Post said Wednesday, "and as long as he remains in the White House, the country will be in danger."
Hawley condemned the violence that occurred but said Congress needed to address concerns Americans had nationwide about the validity of the election.
The law enforcement and security people responsible for maintaining order in D.C. weren't ready, weren't properly organized and weren't impartial.