Garret Miller told a social media commenter during the Capitol riot that he and others had "stormed" the Capitol building.
Large bruises and lacerations were found on the child's arms, legs and face, according to officials.
Former firefighter Thomas Fee allegedly sent visual proof of his participation in the January riot at the Capitol to an agent with the Joint Terrorism Task Force.
The latest arrest comes amid heightened tension and security concerns across the country, including at the California State Capitol.
He died on Saturday by suicide after a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest and was just one of 70 individuals arrested for their role in last Wednesday's riots.
Filmed in November but posted only recently, the video shows two women being handcuffed and taken from the airport by police. The TikTokker said that other people on their flight said the two weren't wearing masks and had assaulted a flight attendant.
Just after the verdict of the Breonna Taylor shooting case was announced, 127 people were arrested in Louisville, Kentucky overnight.
Agents discovered that Milam had several devices containing child pornography, some depicting sex acts with children as young as 3.
The mother remains in critical condition and unresponsive in an intensive care unit after suffering a severe brain injury and broken bones.
Other parents claimed that police blocked their exit and escalated the situation which led to the parent's arrest.
Tracy Cole, the mother of Alvin Cole, was arrested during Thursday protests over Alvin Cole's death at the hands of a Wauwatosa, Wisconsin police officer.
Representative Attica Scott authored Breonna's Law, which banned no-knock warrants in Louisville, Kentucky.
"The defendants provided aid and comfort to an individual who is accused of murdering his own daughters," said FBI Dallas Special Agent in Charge of the Dallas Field Division Matthew DeSarno.
Kenneth Ayers, 49, was arrested Thursday night after allegedly shooting at least seven cars from his UPS work truck, injuring one woman, over the course of three months.
The suspected murderer was reportedly renting a room to the two people whose remains were found by teens on a scavenger hunt.
Protests in Portland remained calm for three consecutive nights after federal agents withdrew from the city, but the Portland Police Bureau declared an unlawful assembly on Saturday night.
The NYPD said she was wanted for damaging police cameras, but some on Twitter took issue with the way the police framed the situation.
The 18 Portland demonstrators were arrested for alleged criminal conduct, including failing to comply with a lawful order and assaulting a federal officer.
The non-profit faced a backlash on social media.
William Bryan had previously said he was trying to be a "good Samaritan" by recording the slaying and has been in "complete shock" since witnessing Arbery's alleged murder.
The Kentucky senator offered his condolences to the family of Ahmaud Arbery Saturday and called for the U.S. justice system do better in the wake of the February shooting death of the Georgia jogger.
"They might as well have shown up with a noose in a tree," attorney Jim Lea III told Newsweek about the armed mob on Friday.
Two suspects were arrested Thursday by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation in the murder of black Georgia jogger Ahmaud Arbery, an event Georgia Governor Brian Kemp called "horrific."
A Florida woman allegedly flew into a drunken rage and punched out a window and then her boyfriend's face after he refused to have sex with her Sunday.
A Louisiana-based couple faces prison time after participating in a growing trend involving skateboarding on freeways. Their goal: to recreate a skateboarding stunt filmed on the same bridge in the 1970s.
Researchers in Iran were given sentences for up to ten years after being arrested on charges of being American spies.
Critics are skeptical after the former New York City mayor apologized for the "stop-and-frisk" policy he aggressively enforced for more than a decade.
Five months of protests is taking its toll among young people heading to the front lines, who risk serious injury, arrest or even death.
Clifton A. Blackwell, already accused of an acid attack against a Hispanic man that is being investigated as a hate crime, was previously convicted of false imprisonment when he held a group of hunters at gunpoint when they stumbled across his property.
An ex-Prince Edward Island sheriff and host of the public access cable show "Bill's Country Jamboree" has been charged with sexual assault and numerous other sex-based offenses.