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.
Sixty-three percent of voters said they disapprove of Trump's performance, making him one of the lowest-rated presidents in U.S. history.
Sarah Groh, chief of staff for Ayanna Pressley, said all the office panic buttons had been removed ahead of a pro-Trump mob storming the Capitol.
The ban will be in place until at least January 21, after Joe Biden is inaugurated as president.
Kinzinger is among the five Republican members of the House who have said they support the president's impeachment.
"Imagine that: you take part in one little insurrection to overthrow the United States government and suddenly you can't communicate, you can't fly on an airplane," Meyers said on Tuesday night.
Emma Jablonski from Billings, Montana, wrote D.C. Officer Daniel Hodges a letter of support after watching footage that showed him being crushed by a pro-Trump mob.
The "No Fly List" is a subset of the government's Terrorist Screening Database, also known as the "Terrorist Watchlist."
The Republican congressman responded to backlash from colleagues and civilians in a statement issued Tuesday.
Walmart's move to suspend donations to those 147 Republicans follows similar announcements made Monday by other large companies.
Whatever one may think of President Trump's speech last Wednesday—I personally found it deeply upsetting—one thing is clear: It was fully protected by the First Amendment.
William Arthur Leary said he doesn't trust mainstream media and prefers Infowars, the far-right conspiracy site run by Alex Jones.
Stefanik was one of 147 Republicans in Congress to vote against the election certification for Joe Biden after a violent mob attacked the U.S. Capitol last week.
Kristopher Dreww, a 32-year-old hairstylist, recorded a series of videos in order to clarify that he and other rioters purposely went to Washington "to attack people," describing the protest as "exhilarating."
"I mean, how dare you salaciously gossip about this woman after she 'Be Best' for you!'" Meyers joked on Monday's installment of "Late Night with Seth Meyers."
Several companies have paused funding for those who voted against the certification of the 2020 election results.
The conservative network is facing competition from its liberal competitors and it the attack at Capitol Hill has contributed to the ratings win.