Video from the steps of the U.S. Capitol showed Straka urging the crowd to "take the shield!" from an officer, FBI investigators said.
White supremacists highlight the importance of engaging with Trump supporters strategically, when attempting to radicalize them.
Law enforcement officials say they have identified a number of threats, including plots to attack members of Congress as they travel to and from Trump's second impeachment trial.
The newly elected Colorado congresswoman, who campaigned on a conservative platform that included fierce opposition to gun control, was said to have ignored a new requirement to pass through a scanner inside the Capitol.
Rev. Mark Hodges, an archpriest affiliated with several orthodox churches in southwestern Ohio, was temporarily barred from fulfilling his usual duties after participating in the January 6 rally that preceded the violent assault on the Capitol.
Controversial Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene won't be attending the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden this week.
King discussed the "foolishness" of the potential threat to 50 state governments ahead of Biden's inauguration on Wednesday.
The FBI has publicly confirmed that Schaffer was allegedly in a group of rioters that used bear spray on law enforcement officials in Washington D.C. during the insurrection.
The Republican congresswoman faces criticism for her actions ahead of, and during, the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
She resigned from her job as school therapist on January 7 and has since been charged with three counts of federal offences.
"If it wasn't my job I would have done that for free," Daniel Hodges told NBC News on Thursday.
This was not just a protest or a riot, but an armed insurrection—and this is no coincidence. Many of the participants were motivated by an extreme gun rights worldview that sees armed rebellion as the very reason to own guns.
As the FBI steps up its investigations over those involved in the disorder, the behavior of some Capitol Police officers is also being scrutinized.
The vice president told the troops to have a "safe inauguration" and thanked them for their service.
The 53-year-old former Ohio police officer was charged in Florida over posts he wrote on Facebook.
Once associated with entrepreneurialism, the Trump name has become a politically charged symbol for many since the Capitol riots.
As we watch this process play itself out, more and more evidence mounts suggesting that our political leaders either do not care about healing our divisions.
Court document alleged Lyons told police who found incriminating Instagram post: "Wow you are pretty good, that was up for only an hour."
Neal Kirby, 72, having lived through many political crises, said the January 6 violence in Washington, D.C. would haunt him forever.
The federal agency's chief signed an order Wednesday to tighten enforcement procedures "in the wake of recent, troubling incidents."
The GOP senator wrote that he will not "allow criminals to drown out the legitimate concerns of my constituents."
Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo said he is "highly confident" the unidentified officer will face federal charges on Wednesday.
Trump's YouTube channel has been suspended for one week after the company said a recent video incited violence.
The Trump supporter from Midland, Texas, recounted her participation in the riot with pride in viral video comments that surfaced afterward.
Lawmakers, staff and reporters have been pinning up messages to thank police for their efforts during the Capitol siege.