FBI witness asserts Riley June Williams conspired to sell the laptop to Russia’s foreign intelligence service.
The aftermath of the Capitol riot is generating finger-pointing over who did and didn’t want the Guard deployed.
The military is “trying to identify people who are in hate groups or some of these militias,” a former Navy judge advocate says.
The Senate is in recess until Jan. 19, one day before Trump leaves office, meaning there will be no immediate trial.
Senate Republicans who have frustrated presidents before might prove important to corporate interests.
Trump Warns Second Impeachment Will Bring ‘Anger’ from Supporters but Insists He Wants ‘No Violence’
The president spoke to reporters on the South Lawn for the first time since October as he left to inspect his border wall.
The No. 3 House Republican says she will back a fast new impeachment of Trump; Senate Democrats can take their time with a trial.
The acting Homeland Security chief resigned, but not before ordering new security in D.C. beginning a week before the inauguration
Trump supporters protest as extremists smash windows and batter police. A plainclothes cop kills an activist who was a USAF vet.