America’s allies and adversaries around the world are reacting to Wednesday’s insurrection at Capitol Hill. Some are expressing shock, while others are mocking the U.S., once considered a paragon of democracy.
The first Republican woman elected to Congress from South Carolina, Nancy Mace, talked about her experience at the Capitol and why she’s calling the actions “un-American and wrong.”
We have more news on the massive security breach at the U.S. Capitol, where mobs and protesters were able to get inside with little resistance.
South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham spoke Thursday afternoon about what consequences he wants to see from the government after Wednesday’s events.
The FBI is providing a web site for those who may have information on those who participated in Wednesday’s riot in the nation’s capital.
The Washington, D.C., police chief says at least five weapons have been recovered and at least 13 people have been arrested so far in pro-Trump protests.
One of the deadliest prison riots in South Carolina History spurs Lee Correctional to test new technology to jam contraband cell phones on the prison property.
What both of the candidates vying to be the next commander in chief have to say about the rash of violence that’s been taking place in Charlotte.