For the first time, ABC News is hearing from some of the courageous police officers who rushed to protect the Capitol during the riots last week. Officials say they put their lives on the line to defend democracy.
People from South Carolina who were in Washington last week during the riot at the Capitol are receiving backlash at home. Some are calling for those in attendance to leave their jobs or even be arrested.
South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson has joined a coalition of 50 state attorney’s general in condemning last week’s attack on the U.S. Capitol.
The Transportation Security Administration is on high alert at Washington’s three airports leading up to Inauguration Day, saying there will be additional law enforcement and K9 presence.
The social media platform, Parler, is suing Amazon in response to being deplatformed.
There are new arrests and federal charges as the fallout continues from the riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Starting this week and running through at least Inauguration Day, armed protests are being planned at all 50 state capitols and at the U.S. Capitol, according to an internal FBI bulletin obtained by ABC News.
The White House and other federal buildings are flying flags at half-staff to honor two Capitol Police officers who have died.
According to CNN, at least 83 people involved in the Capitol riot have been arrested.
House Democrats are pushing to remove President Trump from office.