Protesters supporting U.S. President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol Wednesday, clashing with police and forcing a delay in the constitutional process to affirm President-elect Joe Biden's win.
— The Associated Press
A raging out-of-control mob violently takes over Capitol Hill following a Trump rally. The story of the events of January 6, 2021, in comic form.
Since they were deployed to Washington, D.C. to guard Joe Biden’s inauguration, more than 150 National Guard members have tested positive for the virus Joe Biden’s inauguration went off without any major security problems, and that’s at least part in thanks to the National Guard troops who were deployed to Washington, D.C. from all over 
The new cases mark the highest spike among the agency in months Since the deadly Capitol riot on Jan. 6, 38 Capitol Police officers and about 150 National Guard members have tested positive for COVID-19, officials told CBS News. According to the New York Times, most of the Trump supporters who attacked the Capitol were 
Thousands of pro-Trump supporters descended on the US Capitol on January 6. Three weeks later, more than 180 had been charged with crimes.
The handcuffs raised questions about whether some insurrectionists had plans to take lawmakers hostage.
Today, the House prepares to send its article of impeachment against the former president to the Senate.
In an interview with the Dayton Daily News, Rev. Mark Hodges, who attended the January 6 rally, called his three-month suspension "unjust."
It doesn't matter how you feel about Donald Trump, you can't deny that his words have had tremendous power over a lot of people these last four years. And that was never more evident than on Jan.
A son called law enforcement after his father told him he was ‘planning something big’ After domestic terrorists took over the Capitol on Jan. 6, leaving the nation’s congressional members asking questions about safety and integrity, ultimately leading to another Trump impeachment, Jackson Reffitt had a chilling conversation with his father, Guy Reffitt, that rattled him 
Mandatory Credit: Photo by Nathan Posner/Shutterstock (11007146m) Congresswoman-election Marjorie Taylor Greene waits to speak at a protest of the results of the election, with a “Stop The Steal” rally at the Georgia state capitol ‘Stop the Steal’ protest, Atlanta, USA – 07 Nov 2020 Just one day after President Joe Biden was inaugurated, newly-minted Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, a supporter of the QAnon conspiracy theory, has apparently filed articles of impeachment against him. Ironically, Greene’s aggressive action against the new president comes amid calls from advocacy groups for her own resignation. In a video she posted on Twitter on Thursday, Greene, who represents Georgia’s 14th Congressional District, announced, “I just filed articles of impeachment on President Joe Biden. We’ll see how this goes.” Greene added in a statement that she believes Biden should be removed from office for “enabling bribery and other high crimes and misdemeanors, by allowing his son to influence the domestic policy of a foreign nation and accept various benefits — including financial compensation — from foreign nationals in exchange for certain favors.” Despite repeated claims from some right-wing Republicans that Biden used his position as vice president to promote his son Hunter’s business interests, a GOP-led investigation into the matter found no evidence of any such wrongdoing, The New York Times reported. The FBI and federal prosecutors issued a subpoena in 2019 for a laptop and hard drive that reportedly belonged to Hunter Biden, but upon examination, federal agents found nothing to further their investigation into Hunter’s alleged money-laundering. Most of Greene’s impeachment filing hinges on unsubstantiated allegations, based on a New York Post story placed last year by Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani. Nevertheless, Greene appears to be using the impeachment filing against Biden as a fundraising opportunity — as if QAnon influencers haven’t already grifted enough. The congresswoman asked her supporters to sign a petition and donate funds to her push for an impeachment; however, the donation page states the funds will go to “Greene for Congress,” according to Business Insider. The congresswoman faced calls for her own resignation this week from several gun safety advocacy groups after the progressive media watchdog, Media Matters for America unearthed various false and insulting statements Greene made about the Parkland school shooting. The comments came from a 2018 Facebook post where Greene agreed with a conspiracy theory that the shooting was staged. She also claimed without evidence in another post from December 2018 that “Nancy Pelosi tells Hillary Clinton several times a month that ‘we need another school shooting’ in order to persuade the public to want strict gun control.” As of Thursday, advocacy groups, including March for Our Lives-Parkland, Moms Demand Action, and Everytown for Gun Safety, had called for Greene’s resignation. And they’re not alone. The NAACP also started circulating a petition in the aftermath of the January 6 attack on the US Capitol, demanding the immediate resignation of lawmakers, including Greene, who objected to the 2020 presidential election results, even after the siege. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?QAnon's Big Inauguration Day Theory Was WrongHere's Why TERFs Are Already Mad At BidenTrump Made One Last Pardon Before Leaving Office
"I should prob never tweet again," she joked after the follow.
Democratic leaders have called for Capitol rioters to be placed on the federal no-fly list.
The lawsuit was filed by a pro-Trump lawyer, Paul Davis, who lost his job after he filmed himself storming the Capitol.
The three-story home is located in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Here's how the new president ended up with an actual lunar sample from Apollo 17.
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"We have seen time and again what happens when the real-world cost of misinformation is disregarded."
On Biden's first day, the White House's website was also updated to include a section for people to select their preferred pronouns, including "they."
We all know who secured this win for him. It's time he returns the favor.
"Champ is enjoying his new dog bed by the fireplace, and Major loved running around on the South Lawn."