The new Capitol Police chief acknowledges department morale remains low, but says he’s taken important steps on intelligence and preparation for future incidents.
Video showed Robert S. Palmer cheered on rioters, then joined the mob and hurled a plank, a fire extinguisher and a pole at police
Cleveland Meredith Jr., who drove from Colorado with heavy firepower, repeatedly texted his family about shooting Democrats at Capitol and in D.C. They turned him in.
Jacob Chansley, with a horned hat, painted face and six-foot spear, became the face of the Jan. 6 insurrection.
A U.S. district judge ignored prosecutors’ recommendation of home confinement for a Jan. 6 defendant, saying jail time was needed to serve as a deterrent to others.