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Ex-Proud Boys leader Tarrio to be sentenced for Jan. 6 seditious conspiracy: The government has asked a judge to sentence Henry “Enrique” Tarrio to 33 years in ...
Judge's illness delays sentencing for former Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio in Jan. 6 case
Sentencing of ex-Proud Boys leader delayed due to emergency: A sentencing hearing for former Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio that was scheduled for Wednesday ...
Ex-Proud Boys leader stares down decades in prison for Jan. 6 case : The former leader of the Proud Boys, Enrique Tarrio, is staring down decades in prison at a ...
Judge’s illness delays sentencing for ex-Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio in Jan. 6 case
Sentencing delayed for ex-Proud Boys leader in January 6 case due to judge’s illness
Ex-Proud Boys leaders face sentencing for Jan. 6 attack on U.S. Capitol: Prosecutors are asking a U.S. District Judge to sentence Enrique Tarrio to 33 years in ...
Companies pulling ads from X: Disney, Apple, IBM and more: The company's ad business is in limbo as big companies pull out.
Quick Glance: Media Watchdog Claps Back at Elon Musk
- Media Matters for America found corporate ads for IBM, Apple, Oracle, and Comcast’s Xfinity were placed next to antisemitic content on X.
- Elon Musk threatens a 'thermonuclear lawsuit' against Media Matters and those involved in the fraudulent attack on his company.
- Musk has been accused of fueling antisemitism by agreeing with a social media user spreading the 'great replacement' conspiracy theory on X.
- In September, Musk also threatened to sue the Anti-Defamation League, accusing the group of 'trying to kill this platform' with accusations of antisemitism.
Donald Trump Says Undercover Agents Should Have Stopped Jan. 6 Happening: Trump is seeking disclosure of all undercover agents within five miles of the Capitol ...
Quick Glance: Trump's Request for Disclosure of Covert Investigators
- Trump is demanding the disclosure of all covert investigators within a five-mile radius of the Capitol during the events on January 6.
- According to Donald Trump's lawyers, undercover agents hiding among Trump supporters should have stopped the events on January 6.
- Trump's lawyers are requesting information on undercover agents to demonstrate that it was the security forces, not Trump, who could have stopped the Capitol invasion.
- The presence of undercover agents or informants would indicate a failure of controls and/or covert operations, as argued by Trump's lawyers.
Pence’s son reportedly convinced him to stand up to Trump over January 6: Former vice-president had planned to skip process to certify Joe Biden’s election ...
Quick Glance: Report: Pence's Hesitation to Preside Over Jan. 6 Electoral Count Revealed
- Mike Pence initially did not want to preside over the count of electoral votes on Jan. 6, 2021, amid pressure from Trump to overturn the election results.
- Investigations by special counsel Jack Smith show that Pence left personal notes indicating his initial reluctance to preside over the count of electoral votes.
- Pence told investigators that his loyalty to Trump never wavered at the time.
- Pence was also questioned about his recent memoir, detailing conversations with Trump about certifying the votes, including an investigation into the placement of a comma in one section of the book, which Pence deemed a mistake.
Judge denies Trump's 'fishing expedition' to subpoena Jan. 6 committee records: A federal judge overseeing President Donald Trump's upcoming election ...
Jan. 6 rioter claims he was ‘manipulated,’ requests early release: A rioter at the Jan. 6, 2021, rally at the Capitol said he was “manipulated” into ...
Elon Musk Shares ‘Pizzagate Is Real’ Meme on Twitter: Twitter owner Elon Musk shared a meme suggesting the debunked Pizzagate conspiracy theory “is real.”
Trump wants to use Jan. 6 rioter cases to fight the special counsel’s case against him
Elon Musk: A timeline of his most recent controversial moments: What has Elon Musk said to spark such outrage among advertisers and the public? And how do his ...
Quick Glance: Twitter Successor X: Musk Insults Defecting Advertisers
- Elon Musk lashes out at major advertisers who have withdrawn from X.
- Musk warns that a boycott by advertisers will kill X (formerly Twitter).
- Musk emphasizes that he is not an antisemite and that the visit to Israel was unrelated to the controversy surrounding his X post.
Mother and son January 6 rioters are sentenced - UPI.com: A mother and son who helped steal House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's laptop during the Jan, 6 2021 U.S ...
Liz Cheney Book: Trump Was 'Depressed,' 'Not Eating' After Jan. 6: Liz Cheney alleges in a new book that Kevin McCarthy told her he visited Trump at Mar-a-Lago ...
Colorado judge keeps Trump on 2024 primary ballot as latest 14th Amendment case falters
Quick Glance: Judge Rules Trump Stays on Colorado Ballot Despite Involvement in Insurrection
- Colorado judge rejects attempt to remove Donald Trump from ballot due to his involvement in an insurrection.
- High-profile challenges against Trump backed by well-funded advocacy groups have so far failed.
- Judge decides Trump can remain on the ballot despite involvement in an insurrection.
- Colorado Secretary of State expects the case to go through the appeals process and will respect the ruling when the primary elections happen next year.
Kevin McCarthy Said He Visited Mar-a-Lago After Jan. 6 Because Trump Was ‘Depressed’ and ‘Not Eating’
The election interference case against Trump is taking shape: Prosecutors are tying former President Donald Trump to the violent events on Jan. 6, 2021 ...
Mike Johnson plans to release 44,000 hours of Jan. 6 footage: House Speaker Mike Johnson says he plans to publicly release hours of footage from the Jan. 6, 2021 ...
Republicans begin posting Jan. 6 footage online: House Republicans have begun releasing thousands of hours of footage from inside the Capitol from Jan. 6, 2021 ...
Quick Glance: U.S. Speaker's Decision: Public Release of 44,000 Hours Jan. 6 Footage
- House Speaker Mike Johnson is planning to make thousands of hours of footage from the Jan. 6, 2021, U.S. Capitol attack available to the public.
- The decision aims to give millions of Americans, criminal defendants, public interest organizations, and the media the ability to view the events firsthand.
- Approximately 90 hours of security footage will be released on a public committee website on Friday, with over 40,000 hours expected to follow in the coming months.
- A public viewing room will be established in the Capitol to enable viewing of the footage while the faces of individuals are blurred in the processing of the recordings.
Trump's relationship with far-right groups under scrutiny during Colorado 'insurrection' trial
Quick Glance: Police recall Jan. 6 at Colorado hearing to remove Trump from ballot
- Attorneys argue Trump should not run again due to his role in inciting an insurrection and according to the 14th Amendment.
- The case is part of a series of legal challenges across the country to exclude Trump from the ballot under the 14th Amendment.
- Gessler, a former Colorado Secretary of State, urged the judge to let Trump's name appear on the ballot and let voters decide if he should serve as president again.
- The case has also involved Trump and the state Republican Party.
Trump Praises Speaker Johnson’s Release Of J6 Tapes Fueling Far-Right Conspiracies
Jan 6. Defendant Nathan Donald Pelham Sentenced to Two Years: Nathan Donald Pelham, of Greenville, Texas, opened fire on deputies in April days before he was ...
Trump's lawyers hope to distance him from Capitol rioters he's embraced: Former President Donald Trump’s lawyers have suggested their strategy in his election ...
Feds Nab Another Capitol Rioter Thanks to His Beanie: David Paul Daniel, 36, was accused of leading a “violent push” against the barricaded Senate wing door.
Former State Department official sentenced to nearly 6 years in prison for Capitol riot attacks
Quick Glance: Former official sentenced to nearly 6 years in prison for Capitol riot attacks
- Klein repeatedly assaulted officers, urged other rioters to join, and tried to stop police from closing entrance doors, according to federal prosecutors.
- Klein, who didn’t testify at trial, declined to address the court before U.S. District Judge Trevor McFadden sentenced him to five years and ten months in prison.
- Prosecutors recommended a 10-year prison sentence for Klein, an Alexandria, Virginia resident who was 42 years old at the time of the riot.
- In July 2023, McFadden heard trial testimony without a jury before convicting Klein and co-defendant Steven Cappuccio of assault charges and other Capitol riot-related offenses.
A judge says Trump incited insurrection. Other judges have come close. : The Colorado judge is the first to rule that Trump incited an insurrection ...
Capitol rioter who berated judge sentenced to 3 months in jail: A New York massage therapist who joined the mob of Trump supporters attacking the U.S ...
Democratic rep says Jan. 6 tapes will prove it was an insurrection: Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-Fla.) went on the defensive amid the Republicans’ release of Jan. 6 ...
Quick Glance: Dem. Rep: Jan. 6 Tapes Will Prove Capitol Attack Was Insurrection
- Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-Fla.) seen during 7th Speaker ballot on Jan. 5, 2023, amid release of Jan. 6, 2021 footage.
- Wilson defends against Republican release of Jan. 6 footage, stating tapes will prove it was an insurrection.
- House Republicans begin releasing thousands of hours of Capitol footage online, with some redaction due to security concerns.
- Multiple Republicans, including former President Trump, praise release of tapes, suggesting it will change the narrative of that day.
Former Fox News reporter says in lawsuit he was fired after challenging Jan. 6 coverage
Quick Glance: Former Fox News Reporter Sues Over Jan. 6 Coverage Dispute
- Jason Donner filed a lawsuit on Nov. 13, 2023, claiming he was fired for challenging false claims about Jan. 6.
- Donner was part of a wave of employees who refused to report information pleasing to Trump and his supporters.
- He was inside the Capitol during the riot and criticized the network's coverage for months.
- He alleges he was discriminated and retaliated against for his political views after recently affiliating with Democrats as a longtime Republican.
NY man who bear-sprayed officers sentenced in Jan. 6 case: A New York man who used bear spray on Capitol Police officers during the Jan. 6 Capitol riots was ...
Ohio Man Who Attacked Officers on Jan. 6 Gets Nearly 5 Years in Prison: Kenneth Joseph Owen Thomas has failed to express remorse for his actions that day and ...
Capitol's Jan. 6 surveillance video will finally be released. Here's what could happen next
Woman Who Used Bullhorn to Rally Rioters on Jan. 6 Gets Nearly 5 Years: The Pennsylvania woman also smashed a window with an ice ax and a cardboard tube ...
January 6 rioter found guilty after judge calls defence argument ‘gobbledegook’: Taylor James Johnatakis was found guilty of seven charges for his role in 2021 ...
The judge overseeing former President Donald Trump’s Jan. 6 case has reinstated the gag order she imposed over Trump after temporarily halting the limited gag ... Show more
Quick Glance: Federal judge imposes limited gag order in Trump's 2020 election interference case
- The federal judge, Tanya Chutkan, has issued a narrow gag order preventing Trump from publicly commenting on prosecutors, court staff, and potential witnesses.
- Trump's lawyers will seek an emergency stay of the order.
- The defense argues that Trump has the right to criticize prosecutors and 'speak truth to oppression'.
- Trump denies any wrongdoing in the case.
Advocates argue to disqualify Trump from Colorado ballot over Jan. 6 attack: Lawyers representing a group of Colorado voters delivered closing arguments on ...
Steve Bannon appeals conviction in Jan. 6 committee contempt case: Bannon's attorney argued he didn't ignore the subpoena but was trying to avoid ...
Quick Glance: Steve Bannon Challenges Jan. 6 Committee Verdict
- Steve Bannon has contested his conviction for failing to comply with a House subpoena regarding the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol.
- Bannon's lawyer claimed that he didn't ignore the subpoena, but tried to avoid an executive privilege objection raised by Trump.
- According to prosecutors, Bannon was no longer working at the White House and refused to cooperate with the committee to determine if there were questions he could answer.
- Another Trump advisor, trade advisor Peter Navarro, was also convicted of contempt of Congress last September and has also announced plans to appeal.
Cheney says in new book GOP rep called Trump ‘Orange Jesus’: Report: In her new book, former Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) reportedly recalls a scene in which a ...
Donald Trump Says He Never Swore Oath 'to Support the Constitution': The former president's lawyers argue why he cannot be barred from running for office for ...
Liz Cheney Reacts After Mike Johnson Announces Jan. 6 Video Release: Johnson's office announced recently that it intends to release the full 44 ...
#WATCH | The United States has charged an Indian national with conspiracy to assassinate a U.S. citizen in New York.
Quick Glance: US Thwarts Alleged Assassination Plot in New York
- An Indian national, Nikhil Gupta, was charged in connection with the plot.
- According to the indictment, he was allegedly instructed by an Indian government employee.
- The alleged target was not named in the indictment.
- The White House discussed the alleged plot with the Indian government at the highest levels.
DeSantis refuses to condemn Elon Musk for endorsing antisemitic conspiracy theory
Quick Glance: DeSantis Dodges Condemning Musk's Antisemitic Post
- Florida Governor Ron DeSantis refuses to condemn Elon Musk's antisemitic post, citing lack of context.
- CNN's Jake Tapper pressured DeSantis to condemn the post on X, which prompted Apple and Disney to pull their ads from the platform.
- DeSantis claimed not to have seen the post, but Tapper read it to him and quoted Musk's support of the conspiracy theory.
Colorado judge keeps Trump on ballot, rejecting challenge under Constitution's insurrection clause
Fired Fox News Reporter Sues Network, Accusing It of Retaliation: Jason Donner, a 12-year employee, said he had lost his job after raising concerns about false ...
Bid to hold Trump accountable for Jan. 6 violence stalls at appeals court: The long-awaited D.C. Circuit ruling in a trio of civil lawsuits could influence ...
Trump Was Obsessed With Far-Right Theory He Could Be Reinstated: Book: Donald Trump, according to Jonathan Karl's upcoming book, became fixated on a ...
Jan. 6 Rioter Frank Giustino Gets 3 Months in Jail After Ditching Court and Deriding Prosecution
Trump describes imprisoned Jan. 6 rioters as ‘hostages’: Former President Trump on Thursday referred to those jailed over their actions during the Jan. 6, 2021 ...
Marjorie Taylor Greene Warns 'War' on Trump Is Spreading: Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene called the Department of Justice's investigation into the Capitol riot a ...
Donald Trump: Michigan secretary of state can't block my spot on 2024 ballot: Donald Trump's lawyers say the former president didn't engage in an insurrection on ...
New Jan. 6 Videos Released—Launching Wild Conspiracies From The Far Right: Right-wing loyalists of former President Donald Trump are using newly released footage ...
The attempt to bar Trump under the 14th Amendment, explained: An effort to use the legal system to bar former President Trump from returning to the White House — ...
Man wanted by FBI for Jan. 6 turns himself in after search: A man wanted by the FBI in connection to the Jan. 6 riot turned himself in to authorities Friday ...
New January 6 Videos Praised by Republicans: 'Narrative Has Crumbled': Speaker Mike Johnson has begun releasing 44,000 hours of security footage taken during the ...
Rioter or journalist? Man who said he was only filming Jan. 6 convicted.: John Earle Sullivan was accused by conservatives of being an “antifa” plant to incite ...
Details of Scott Perry’s role in Trump efforts to stay in power unsealed: The text messages and emails were made public as part of a fight over whether the ...
Trump asks for stay of narrow gag order in Jan. 6 case: The former president's lawyers argued a gag order would violate his First Amendment rights.
Quick Glance: Judge Tanya Chutkan imposes gag order on Donald Trump in 2020 election subversion case
- The order by Judge Tanya Chutkan is a milestone in the federal case accusing Trump of conspiring to overturn his 2020 election loss.
- The order could end a line of attack central to Trump's campaign as he seeks the GOP nomination in 2024.
- Prosecutors say it is part of Trump's effort to erode public faith in the judicial system, just as he sought to undermine confidence in the 2020 election.
- The defense claimed Chutkan's comments about Trump in other cases raised questions about her impartiality, but Chutkan denied the allegations.
Conviction in conspiracy-fueled attack on Paul Pelosi: The conviction could land Pelosi's attacker in jail for decades.
Trump signaled to extremist groups on Jan. 6, experts testify in Colorado 14th Amendment case
Capitol Riot Defenders Trolled With Video of 'Peaceful' 9/11 Hijackers: Some conservatives have claimed that recently released Capitol riot security footage ...
Donald Trump's Interactions With Secret Service on Jan. 6 Revealed in Audio: In an audio released by CNN on Thursday, Trump said he wanted to go the Capitol ...
Jan. 6 rioter who hit officer with wooden plank gets 33 months in prison: Clark was among the first people to enter the U.S. Capitol through the Senate Wing ...
Sidney Powell’s Plea Deal Is So, So Bad for Donald Trump: She appears poised to offer damning testimony against the former president, as soon as next month.
Quick Glance: Sidney Powell admits guilt and reaches deal with prosecutors to reverse Trump's loss in Georgia
- Lawyer Sidney Powell admits to reduced charges and reaches a deal as the second defendant with the prosecutors.
- Initially charged with racketeering and six other counts to maintain power for the Republican president.
- She was also involved in an unauthorized breach of election equipment in a rural Georgia county office.
- If compelled to testify, she could provide insights into a press conference she participated in on behalf of Trump and his campaign shortly after the election.
Donald Trump Demands Details of Undercover Jan. 6 Plotters: The former president's new request could delay his trial by months.
Trump attempting to delay trials 'at any cost,' special counsel tells judge: Trump is seeking delays in both the classified documents and Jan. 6 cases.
Man who used Trump flag to assault officers on Jan. 6 arrested, DOJ says: The DOJ says he was identified in part by a photo on his social media account.
Mike Pence Drops Out of 2024 Presidential Race: He increasingly attacked Donald Trump over Jan. 6, but gained little traction and struggled to raise money.
Quick Glance: Trump calls on former VP Pence to endorse him
- Trump urges Mike Pence to support his bid for the White House.
- Trump reaffirms his strong support for Israel and Jewish Americans.
- Trump falsely claims that Pence had the power to overturn the election results.
- Trump speaks positively about his relationship with Netanyahu and supports increased military assistance to Israel.
This Colorado Trump Trial Will Decide If Cheaters Can Run for Office: A Colorado lawsuit seeks to bar Trump from running for president again ...
Trump co-defendant Kenneth Chesebro pleads guilty in Georgia election case: Chesebro became the second former Trump lawyer to plead guilty in as many days ...
Quick Glance: Lawyer Chesebro Pleads Guilty in Georgia Case
- Lawyer Kenneth Chesebro pleads guilty in Georgia election interference case after authoring fake voter memos.
- Chesebro pleads guilty to one felony count of filing false documents on Friday.
- He was set to go to trial with attorney Sidney Powell, who also took a plea deal.
- Chesebro was charged with seven felonies, including racketeering, in the indictment.
Trump attorney ‘pretty satisfied’ with Colorado ballot decision despite Jan. 6 claims
DOJ: Trump attempting to ‘sanitize’ his Jan. 6 conduct in motions to dismiss case
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