Pro-Trump lawyer Sidney Powell said that the FBI had "a substantial if not leading role in creating the entire debacle" at the Capitol on January 6.
An unidentified witness provided the FBI with information about Glen Brooks after he sent a selfie from the Capitol on January 6 in a church prayer group text.
U.S. District Judge Christopher Cooper rejected defendant Thomas Robertson's explanation for the purchases, which he claimed were World War II collectables.
Daniel Goodwyn's defense attorney told a judge that he cannot wear a mask because he is on the autism spectrum and it is "extraordinarily stressful" for him.
An FBI witness said accused Capitol rioter Donald Smith said his time inside the office Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) was part of "the best day of his life."
The $2.1 billion bill will also provide funds to bolster the security of the Capitol's windows and doors, six months after the January 6 insurrection.
Democrats are intent on transforming Jan. 6 into something more—something that would continue to be politically useful even after Trump exited the White House.
Kinzinger choked up as he addressed officers during the first hearing of the House select committee investigating the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
The House of Representatives has decided to pass a bill that will raise U.S. Capitol Police pay as a result of the January 6 insurrection.
Daniel Christmann of New York was arrested on Wednesday after allegedly breaching the Capitol by scaling the wall with a garden hose.
Police Officer Michael Fanone revealed the message after telling committee members he'd been "grabbed and tased, all while being called a traitor."
The House select committee into the January 6 riot at the Capitol has become a partisan issue with Donald Trump followers questioning its legitimacy.
"God save us from these third-rate theatrics," said the Fox News host after officers testified before the House select committee investigating the Capitol riot.
The Department of Justice wrote that it "cannot conclude the Brooks was acting within the scope of his office or employment as a Member of Congress at the time of the incident out of which the claims in this case arose."
"We must know what happened here at the Capitol. We must also know what happened every minute of that day in the White House," Liz Cheney said at the hearing.
The Congressman also defended being a Republican on the committee. "This cannot continue to be a partisan fight," he said.
Reps. Matt Gaetz, Marjorie Taylor Green and 2 other Republican lawmakers plan to hold a press conference Tuesday outside the Department of Justice while the January 6 committee hears testimonies from Capitol officers.
"People need to know the truth. Will we be so blinded by partisanship that we throw away the miracle of America?" the Republican congresswoman said.
Rep. Johnson said of the Capitol riot: "And all of a sudden, it went from 50 to 60 to hundreds and thousands. And so we stayed locked in that office."
U.S. Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn and other officers talked of the racism involved in the Capitol insurrection during a hearing Tuesday.
"Nothing I experienced in the army or as a law enforcement officer, prepared me for what we confronted on January 6," Sergeant Aquilino Gonell said.
A commission that will investigate what led up to the January 6 riot at the Capitol is set to go ahead later today.
"During the Russia hoax a lot of the criminal process occurred not as a result of any underlying violation of federal criminal law, but instead as a result of these process crimes," Gaetz said on Monday.
When asked if Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger would be punished for serving on the January 6 Capitol Riot committee, McCarthy replied, "We'll see."
Flynn previously called for a Myanmar-style military coup in the United States, comments which he was widely criticized for.
Bernstein's remark, made on CNN's Reliable Sources on Sunday, appeared to shock host Brian Stelter.
"Why do you think so few in your party seem to want to take this seriously and get to the bottom of happened on Jan. 6?" Tapper asked the Pennsylvania senator.
Indiana's Jim Banks said Sunday that Pelosi "only wants members on this committee who will stick to her talking points."
Rep. Mullin said of the officer: "He was physically and emotionally distraught. I actually gave him a hug and said, 'Sir, you did what you had to do.'"
After the Bumble tip, the FBI found videos and images showing Taake using pepper spray and what looked like a metal whip against officers.