D.C. nears Jan. 6 anniversary with warnings about extremism, awards for courage
WASHINGTON – On the eve of the second anniversary of the U.S. Capitol insurrection, congressional Democrats and dozens of veterans on Thursday in a press conference called on incoming House Republican leaders to condemn political violence and hold their members who supported the attack accountable for their actions. Meanwhile, President Joe Biden is scheduled on […]
Jan. 6 panel issues subpoena to Trump demanding his testimony
The subpoena asks for communications with any members of Congress, and names U.S. Rep. Scott Perry, R-10th District.
One nation, under outrage | Ray E. Landis
We're seeing a repeat of revolutionary anger. How we deal with it will determine the future of the nation.
The MAGA threat isn’t just in Washington. We’re facing it in Pa., too | Opinion
The polling is clear, Pennsylvanians oppose efforts to overthrow our elections.
Willful blindness is no defense when you summon a mob to wreak havoc | Dick Polman
It’s gratifying that nearly six in 10 Americans now believe (finally!) that Trump should be criminally charged.
Trump is a domestic enemy. Treat him like one | Quentin Young
If the former president and his abettors attempted a violent coup, what’s to be done with them?
Trump, allies blame Antifa. They’re looking in the wrong place | Opinion
In whitewashing the Jan. 6 insurrection by comparing it to the Black Lives Matter protests, Trump and his allies may have exposed more white than they intended.
Capitol Police Officer Caroline Edwards reminds us what heroism looks like | John L. Micek
Long after Trump takes his place among history’s reviled strongmen the courage of Caroline Edwards will be celebrated and remembered.
Here’s why the Jan. 6 committee’s public hearings won’t reprise Watergate | Fletcher McClellan
Sad to say, the Jan. 6 Committee investigation may find that we have lost the capacity for outrage.
Jan. 6 panel says Trump, far-right groups responsible for insurrection
A widely anticipated hearing Thursday by the U.S. House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol alleged two groups supporting then-President Donald Trump planned the riot to stop the transfer of presidential power — while Trump tacitly endorsed the insurrection and was indifferent to calls to hang then-Vice President Mike Pence. […]
What to know about Thursday’s public hearing on the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol
Leaders have promised, in general, to unveil new material during the prime-time hearing.
Pa. Sen. Mastriano shares documents, agrees to interview with Jan. 6 committee | Friday Coffee
The Republican gubernatorial nominee, who has questioned the legitimacy of the 2020 election results, was at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.