"I don't know how else to explain that," lawyer Dan Eckhart said when asked about a photo apparently showing his client Adam Johnson posing with the lectern of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) during last week's Capitol riot.
Walmart's move to suspend donations to those 147 Republicans follows similar announcements made Monday by other large companies.
Organizers mistakenly called for an armed rally at an Alaska shopping center—and not at a similarly named courthouse nearly 600 miles away.
U.S. Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick died on Thursday at the hospital after "physically engaging" with rioters.
Brandon Fellows plans to return to Washington, D.C., to protest Biden's inauguration and called the Capitol riot a bigger "movement" than the one Trump started.
Republican Senators Josh Hawley (Mo.) and Roger Marshall (Kan.) both voted in favor of objections to President-elect Joe Biden's victory hours after the Capitol riot, prompting Hallmark to demand that they return campaign contributions the company had given them.
"I think if inciting to insurrection isn't [impeachable], then I don't really know what is," the former GOP New Jersey governor said.
The New York Democratic congresswoman called on the Republican senator to resign, saying his "excusal and denial of Wednesday's Neo-Nazi presence is abhorrent and dangerous."
The topic trended briefly, with many people quoting Trump supporters who invaded the Capitol Wednesday chanting the phrase as a noose awaited outside.
Democratic Congressman Adam Schiff called for a quick impeachment of the president, following the riot at the Capitol on Wednesday.
Barnett was among the many protesters who entered the U.S. Capitol as House and Senate lawmakers met to certify Joe Biden's election.
One of the most widely recognizable faces from the Capitol riot called it a "win" because legislators were hunkered down in their offices and wearing gas masks.
Cogensia CEO Brad Rukstales claimed that he "followed hundreds" into the government building.
Several videos taken during the riots have raised questions about police conduct at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.
The trash left behind by the Capitol rioters on Wednesday included a single can of AXE Marine body spray.
After photos of Maus and Pink sitting in a hotel room together appeared on Instagram, fans demanded to know why the musicians appeared to attend the Save America rally in Washington, D.C., on January 6.
"These mass riots were not First Amendment activities; they were criminal riotous behavior," said Chief of the United States Capitol Police Steven Sund.
"I love this building, tonight more than ever," the Democrat said in a Tweet.
The office was left with papers and files scattered over desks and floors and furniture strewn across the room.
Mayor Ted Wheeler called for increased penalties for repeat offenders who continually engage in violent actions and vandalism.
Tensions between rival criminal groups escalated inside the Centro de Rehabilitación Social Cotopaxi in Latacunga on Tuesday afternoon, local media reports.
Several officers have been injured amid the disorder which broke out after Black man Walter Wallace was shot by police while allegedly armed with a knife.
One officer was reportedly hit with a pickup truck in the wake of the shooting of a 27-year-old Black man allegedly armed with a knife.
Footage taken from outside the prison complex in Edo, southern Nigeria, shows men clambering over the barbed prison fences as chaos breaks out on the streets below.
Alan Swinney is alleged to have shot one woman in the chest during violent clashes involving Proud Boys and BLM supporters in August.
The video which was recorded during another night on unrest in Portland has gained nearly 500,000 views online.
There have been calls for Wheeler's resignation after one person was shot during clashes between right-wing groups and counter-protesters.
Police contained around 100 protesters in the Third Street Tunnel during third night of demonstrations in the city.
District Attorney Mike Schmidt announced this week that his office would not pursue charges against most of those arrested as part of the demonstrations.