Here are the three things you need to know from Monday's second January 6th hearing.
Attorney General Merrick Garland said that he and DOJ investigators are watching all of the 1/6 Committee hearings.
Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) said that the 1/6 Committee has evidence that Donald Trump paid his family with donations raised under the pretext of legal defense.
The select congressional committee investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol will lay out the effort to overturn the 2020 election.
A Monday hearing laid out the case that Trump’s false election fraud claims conned supporters out of $250 million.
Including how an "apparently inebriated" Rudy Giuliani encouraged Trump to falsely claim he won the election.
Almost everybody around Trump told him his claims of election fraud were bogus.
Trump's inner circle and top officials testified before Congress that Trump knew his fraud claims were false.
Donald J. Trump’s advisers urged him not to declare victory on election night in 2020. He listened to the one who told him what he wanted to hear.
A House hearing Monday is set to air evidence that President Donald Trump was repeatedly told in the wake of his 2020 loss that there was no credible evidence that the election had been stolen.
Dissecting what one member of the House select committee called a "grift."
Numerous witnesses indicated not only that Trump aides knew Trump had lost, but that some debunked his fraud claims in detail.
The House Jan. 6 committee is ready to share what it knows about the attack on the Capitol by a pro-Trump mob. It will do so in a series of hearings, some in prime-time and broadcast on TV, through June.
The chairman of the House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol told reporters Monday that the panel will not make any criminal referral of former President Donald Trump or anyone else to the Justice Department -- a claim that met swift pushback from members of the panel.
The House committee investigating the January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol detailed Monday how those around then-President Donald Trump told him he lost the 2020 election -- but he refused to listen, turning instead to his attorney Rudy Giuliani to embrace false claims that the election was stolen.
Several aides to the former president also said they tried to tell Trump he had lost.
The Jan. 6 select panel’s second day of public hearings on Monday focused on the former president's promotion of his false fraud claims.
Members of the Jan. 6 committee quickly took to the airwaves to declare that a decision has not yet been made on criminal referrals after Chairman Bennie Thompson (D-MS) reportedly ruled it out.
From Joe Biden to Merrick Garland to Chuck Schumer, pressure or neglect toward pressure against Supreme Court continues.
The White House repeated that Joe Biden did plan on running for reelection in 2024, despite growing questions about his age.
Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume said Monday on FNC's "Special Report" that many Republicans would be privately very happy if the House Select Committee, which is investigating the January 6, 2021 Capitol riot, damages Donald Trump to the point he can't be the presidential nominee in 2024. | Clips
Lawrence O'Donnell perfectly explained why Trump listening to drunk Rudy Giuliani on election night was important.
The House Jan. 6 committee has provided all sorts of evidence that Trump knew his election fraud claims were lies. That could open the door to more civil lawsuits.
In its second hearing this month, the committee showed how the former president ignored aides and advisers in declaring victory prematurely and relentlessly pressing claims of fraud he was told were wrong.
For the second time in the last five days, the January 6 committee met publicly to make its case that former President Donald Trump knew he was lying about fraud in the 2020 election -- and did it anyway.
The chair of the January 6 Committee said there would be no criminal referrals of Trump or anyone else to DOJ. Liz Cheney promptly disagreed.