After the Bumble tip, the FBI found videos and images showing Taake using pepper spray and what looked like a metal whip against officers.
It isn't clear if the investigation at the facility was connected to last month's arrest of a former correctional officer for allegedly sexually abusing inmates.
Barrack has been accused of acting and conspiring to act as agents of the United Arab Emirates between April of 2016 and April of 2018.
The FTC's suit alleges that Environmental Safety International (ESI) hired telemarketers to initiate calls all across the U.S.
The two men allegedly wanted to start a movement to overthrow the federal government.
A tipster contacted the FBI to report the rioter after spotting him during a broadcast on MSNBC.
Nassar, the former USA Gymnastics doctor, in 2018 was sentenced up to 175 years for sexual assault.
Appearing in court on Wednesday, Danielle Doyle admitted to committing a federal crime on Jan. 6 after two of her Oklahoma City Thunder co-workers identified her in footage from the Capitol attack.
The Iranian journalist, and author of the memoir "The Wind in My Hair: My Fight for Freedom in Modern Iran," is an outspoken critic of the Iranian government.
"Our assistance is to help the people of Haiti and to help them get through what is a very challenging time," the White House's press secretary said.
"The suspect showed up there before Detective Ferency came out of the building," said Paul Keenan, the special agent overseeing the FBI's Indianapolis office.
A judge said the Air Force's failure to report prior felony convictions of the 2017 Texas church shooter "caused the deaths and injuries" of the victims.
The videos show police being tackled, kicked and punched. In one video, insurrectionists surround an officer and declare, "This is a hostage."
"I don't care how long it takes. If they are looking for them, they will find them," said the former executive assistant director of the FBI's Criminal, Cyber, Response and Services Branch.
Fi Duong said he attended the riot alone, dressed all in black, to look like a member of Antifa, according to an FBI affidavit.
"Charlie 4 Charlie, would you please call law enforcement because we are gonna head back to the gate...Looks like they may have blown one of our slides on the right side as well," the pilot said.
The Republican congresswoman has suggested some of those arrested are being held in "inhumane detention conditions."
Jamie Buteau and Jennifer Buteau both featured in the recent HBO series "Q: Into The Storm," as well as a 2018 Vice News segment on the conspiracy theory.
David Harris, 51, was booked Thursday on charges of aggravated crimes against nature and indecent behavior with children under the age of 13.
The audit report urged the Justice Department to "carefully reassess" the lack of body cameras and take steps to implement their use.
"The drone appeared to launch from an area about 5 miles south of Tucson and flew across Tucson and north over Marana," the FBI said. "No one was injured and no other similar incidents have been reported involving this specific drone."
"If Democrats want to defund the police, they should start with the FBI," the tweet read. Rep. Gaetz deleted the tweet a minute later. The congressman is currently being investigated by the FBI.
"They're trying to whitewash history," Rep. Seth Moulton said of Republicans who pushed the conspiracy theory. "They need to go."
The FBI reportedly aided in the investigation of the student making threats against students.
The Florida congressman discusses the conspiracy theory about the insurrection on Newsmax which has also been pushed by Tucker Carlson.
"First, how many of the so-called insurrectionists on January 6 had a relationship with the FBI? How many of these FBI moles encouraged others that day to break the law at the Capitol?" Carlson said if the answer was none, he would apologize for being wrong.
Nathan Yedinak, a 36-year-old resident of Ocala, was arrested on June 10 following an incident in which he threatened his neighbor. He then threatened his neighbor's son with a rifle, saying "You're going die today if you [expletive] with me."
The Fox News host claimed on his show that the storming of the Capitol had been orchestrated "at least in part" by government agents.
Carlson suggested that unindicted co-conspirators involved in the Capitol riot could have been FBI agents.
FBI Director Christopher Wray claimed ignorance, saying, "My understanding is that they sent emails to a particular Field Office and that some of those contained possible threat information and some of them were referred to domestic terrorism squads."