Yet another US Capitol suspect was caught this week, all thanks to his Bumble match.
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The Justice Department announced Thursday that it has charged a US Capitol riot suspect with assaulting a cameraman during the January 6 attack, saying the Illinois man is the first insurrection defendant to be arrested for allegedly harming a member of the media.
US Capitol Police's main intelligence unit "was aware of the potential for violence" ahead of the January 6 US Capitol attack but failed to share critical threat information with the department's own officers and other law enforcement partners, a new Senate report says.
Two Middle Tennessee residents have been arrested in connection with January’s U.S. Capitol riot, according to the Department of Justice.
National Guard troops who have been deployed at the US Capitol over the past four months will be leaving Sunday, said the man tasked with leading a review of Capitol security following the January 6 insurrection.
Former President Donald Trump on Thursday attempted to whitewash the history of the January 6 Capitol riot by pushing the false suggestion that his supporters were "hugging and kissing" police officers and posed "zero threat" despite widespread violence, injuries to law enforcement officers and five deaths.
The outer fencing put up to protect the US Capitol following the January 6 insurrection has started to come down, allowing the public to regain access to the iconic building's grounds.
Former President Donald Trump is coming back to social media -- but this time with his own network, a Trump spokesperson told Fox News' Howard Kurtz on MediaBuzz on Sunday.