GOP candidate Blake Masters suggested that a third of the pro-Trump mob at the Captiol on January 6 were "FBI agents hanging out."
"When you lie, cheat and steal, justice is blind as to your fame, your fortune, and your position," said FBI Special Agent Keri Farley.
Jackson denied having any contact with people allegedly involved in the riot and has decried what he described as the committee's "malicious" agenda.
Ron Watkins said he supported military aid to Ukraine but falsely added that if Joe Biden had not shut down a pipeline from Alberta to Nebraska, the U.S. would not be involved in the conflict.
The claims surfaced in a documentary in which Bryan Ardis said COVID is a result of king cobra venom being pumped into drinking water.
"This is all planned and designed to collapse the United States down so we would be so weakened that we would go into this global government system," she said.
Ethan Nyugen and Andre Llacuna were charged after a criminal complaint said they rug-pulled investors for a fraudulent NFT.
"The lawsuit...outlines the Defendants' nefarious plot to vilify Donald J. Trump by spreading lies to weave a false narrative," Trump's attorney told Newsweek.
Jacob Fracker pleaded guilty to conspiracy in the latest plea filed by January 6 participants.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Jonathan Roth said that the four men "would shoot, blow up and kill anybody who got in their way" of kidnapping Gretchen Whitmer.
James will pleaded guilty to two counts against him and agreed to appear in front of a grand jury, as well as talk to federal investigators.
The men believed that a large-scale grid outage would send the United States into a race war, according to court documents.
The engineer had a security clearance that allowed him access to information on nuclear weapons, and he was busted by an FBI agent posing as a foreign official.
One QAnon follower said: "When he came out…I instantly felt it was not him. I kept trying to convince myself that it was."
Stewart Rhodes was one of 11 people charged Thursday and could face up to 20 years in prison for his role in the January 6 Capitol riot.
Rhodes was arrested on Thursday in what is being seen as a major step forward in the January 6 investigations.
Judge Timothy Kelly said the four men charged in relation to January 6 had many nonviolent options to protest that are protected by the First Amendment.
Defense attorneys claim that the federal government invented a conspiracy theory in order to entrap five men who now face up to life in prison.
Dongwook Ko was originally charged with beating and attacking a 13-year-old while they both attended a summer violin camp.
It is the latest conviction that has rocked the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers union chapter Local 98 in Philadelphia.
"Mr. Bobga preyed on American citizens looking for comfort from a pet during the COVID pandemic," said Special Agent in Charge Mike Nordwall of FBI Pittsburgh.
"AT&T has never had a financial interest in OAN's success and does not 'fund' OAN," the company responded following a report from Reuters on Wednesday.
The New World Order is a debunked conspiracy theory that claims a secretive cabal is working to push agendas that will destroy individual freedoms.
The convention is organized by a man who goes by the name "QAnon John" on his Telegram channel, which has more than 38,000 followers.
"I'd like the Biden Administration to show some gumption and take action against the Islamic Republic," she told Newsweek. "Only a stern response will make the Iranian government stop its malign behavior."
The Bidens announced on Saturday the passing of the family dog Champ. Some read more into it than others.
Makhan Parhar brought a lawsuit against government officials after he was arrested last year for allegedly breaching a quarantine rule.
At its height, the Sabmyk disinformation network had more than 1 million followers across dozens of Telegram channels.
Media Matters for America, a left-leaning media watchdog, said it identified at least 14 ban-evasion channels that were still spreading the baseless conspiracy theory.
A story claiming a person named Bill Gates was detained by police in relation to a "knife incident" has circulated on social media this week. Here's what we know.