As the first nationwide voting got underway, there have been a few complaints of intimidation by poll workers and routine problems with voting machines, but no major disruptions.
Author: Aaron C. Davis
Capitol Police cameras caught break-in at Pelosi home, but no one was watching
The attack on Paul Pelosi last week has sparked an urgent conversation about lawmaker security amid increased threats.
House Jan. 6 committee intensifies focus on law enforcement failures that preceded Capitol attack
In recent weeks, the panel has interviewed a half-dozen people with knowledge of intelligence-sharing and security planning before the siege.