At a hearing this week, officials said longstanding issues at the jail, where most inmates are Black, did not get much attention until the largely white rioters were held there.
The sentence given to Scott Fairlamb, a former New Jersey gym owner, is the most severe so far for any of the more 650 people charged in the Jan. 6 attack.
Across the country, parents have threatened board members and vandalized their homes. One board member scans his driveway before walking to his car.
A federal judge ruled that top officials of Washington, D.C.’s jail had improperly delayed medical treatment for a man being held without bail in connection with the attack on the Capitol.
An accused rioter has told the F.B.I. that Joseph Biggs, a leader of the far-right Proud Boys, directed him to challenge the police at a key moment on Jan. 6. Mr. Biggs’s lawyer denied the allegation.
Days before lawyers allied with Donald Trump gave a news conference promoting election conspiracy theories, his campaign had determined that many of those claims were false, court filings reveal.
A rally scheduled for Saturday in Washington is intended to continue a Republican effort to rewrite the narrative of the assault on the Capitol. The facts undercut their assertions.