Hours of questioning and testimony enriched the factual record and offered insight into how lawmakers and security officials hope to fix the vulnerabilities that enabled the Jan. 6 attack.
Two Charged With Assaulting Brian Sicknick, U.S. Capitol Police Officer Who Died After Jan. 6 Attack
On March 14, the FBI arrested George Pierre Tanios of West Virginia and Julian Elie Khater of Pennsylvania on charges of assaulting officers, including Sicknick, with bear spray.
The recommendations in the report include expanding the Capitol Police’s intelligence team, installing a retractable fence around the building and establishing a permanent quick-reaction force for all of Washington, D.C..
Testimony last week from former Capitol security officials raises important questions about the FBI’s performance of its own function.
In a new report
The protests expose the limits of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s strongman politics and the decline of Indian democratic institutions. They may be the largest challenge for Modi since he came into power in 2014.
House Impeachment Managers File Five-Page Memo Rejecting Trump Legal Team’s Arguments Ahead of Impeachment Trial
The impeachment managers refuted Trump’s legal team’s claim that the former president engaged in free speech protected by the First Amendment when he claimed voter fraud and urged his supporters to “fight like hell.”