Federal prosecutors and defense lawyers in the sedition case against the far-right group joined forces to request a delay in the trial, citing the hearing by the House select committee.
A right-wing Senate candidate accompanies a squad of heavily armed men as they storm a home looking for ‘Republicans in name only.’
Kevin Seefried was found guilty with his son by a federal judge of obstructing the certification of the 2020 presidential vote along with other lesser charges.
The House committee built the story it laid out around Donald Trump, the Proud Boys and a Capitol Police officer, drawing clear contrasts along the way.
The roster of participants highlights how Mr. Stone, the pro-Trump political operative, was involved with a strikingly large number of people who sought to overturn the 2020 election.
Recordings released to defense lawyers directly challenge assertions by prominent Republicans that an Arizona man named Ray Epps was a federal informant and helped start the Capitol riot.
A dramatic account of how the militia leader, Stewart Rhodes, tried to reach Donald J. Trump on Jan. 6 with a message that the group could help keep him in power was revealed in federal court.
Thomas Webster was found guilty in federal court after assaulting a Washington, D.C., police officer with a metal flagpole during the riot at the Capitol last year.
A onetime member of Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg’s security detail is accused of assaulting a Washington police officer during the Capitol riot.
Dustin Thompson was the first defendant tried for his role in the Jan. 6, 2021, attack to use a Trump-made-me-do-it defense in front of a jury. He was convicted on all six charges against him.