Representative Eric Swalwell's lawsuit cites an interview "Stop the Steal" organizer Ali Alexander did, in which he said Trump was in "fighter mode" on January 6.
A new poll of Republican voters shows that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and former Vice President Mike Pence are tied for second place in a hypothetical 2024 presidential race behind Trump. Texas Senator Ted Cruz came in third.
The Democratic congressman, one of the House managers during President Donald Trump's impeachment trial, filed a civil claim against them.
Two people said they traveled across the country from California to D.C. believing Trump would return as president on March 4.
The Republican congressman has long been critical of the former president and has questioned remarks he has issued.
Republican Senator Richard Burr will retire after the 2022 election and his seat is expected to be hotly contested.
The Sabmyk network is actively promoting a pseudo-religious narrative by layering its messages between posts meant to appeal to QAnon followers and other supporters of former President Donald Trump.
Conspiracy theorists are blaming others in the radical movement for promoting the day as Trump's reinstatement.
"About this QAnon Trump inauguration, did anyone check Four Seasons Total Landscaping?" said one Twitter user.
Congressional Democrats and President Joe Biden could move to quickly invalidate many federal rules imposed during the waning days of the administration of former President Donald Trump, with or without the cooperation of Republicans.
In 2020, 122 incidents of anti-Asian-American hate crimes occurred in 16 of the nation's most populous cities—a nearly 150 percent increase over 2019.
Gina Raimondo described China's behavior as "anti-competitive" and "coercive," adding that the nation's "human rights abuses are horrific."
"It's pretty clear right now that there is still an elevated risk of violence," YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said Thursday.
Right-wing conspiracists who support QAnon began to express doubt over the significance of March 4—which they previously believed to be the date of Donald Trump's re-inauguration—last month.
"Fortunately, nobody cares much about The Wall Street Journal editorial anymore. They have lost great credibility," the former president said in a statement.
At the conference on February 28, the former president once again refused to acknowledge that he lost November's election.
The Capitol rioter said it "wounded" him "deeply" that Trump did not pardon him, but he said he does not regret his loyalty to the former president.
The former president reportedly received a coronavirus vaccine in January before he left the White House.
Really American PAC had some of its mobile billboards drive around Ted Cruz's neighborhood with the sign "traitor" as part of a targeted campaign against the Texas Senator.
Supporters of the radical conspiracy theory appear hesitant for yet another humiliation when Trump fails to return as president.
QAnon believers think Trump will arrive on March 4th to finally execute the long-awaited "storm"—that is, ordering mass arrests and executions of satanic pedophilies who are part of the "deep state."
"I care deeply about the American conservative movement for an awfully long time now. I aim to keep at it," Pompeo said.
The Federal Election Commission is questioning the campaign finances of Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) after the discovery of errors in campaign donations and spending disclosures that total more than $2 million.
The Republican governor said he would "absolutely" back the former president, should he become the Republican Party's nominee ahead of the 2024 election, during a Fox News interview on Wednesday.
"We have a responsibility to show people in this country what a Democratic majority can do for working people," the New York progressive said.
The Republican senator said the former president's false claims aren't a "winning storyline" and get "in the way of the future."
The former vice president said H.R. 1, also known as For the People Act, was "a brazen attempt to nationalize elections in blatant disregard of the U.S. Constitution."