The events from last Jan. 6 in Washington unfolded on live television but they've since been up for debate.
The riot at the Capitol briefly looked like it had broken Trump's hold on the GOP. Instead, he has reaffirmed his dominion over the party.
The House panel investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection is planning televised hearings and a series of reports in the coming months to present its findings and bring its private interviews out into the open
Pence's recent comments are a "disgrace," the sergeant said. "We did everything possible to prevent him from being ... killed in front of his daughter and his wife."
On New Year's Day 2022, we have yet to see any major political figure held accountable for the assault on our democracy.
Three out of five respondents say Trump is responsible for the events that led to the U.S. Capitol riot.
As lawmakers weigh how to safeguard the certification of elections from a future Jan. 6 attack, they’re facing one huge constitutional roadblock.
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