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President Joe Biden Didn’t Expect Republicans To Obstruct His Agenda

“What are they for? Name me one thing they’re for,” Biden said on Wednesday.View Entire Post ›

Alleged Capitol Rioters Are Getting In Trouble For Guns, Blowing Curfew, And Other Violations After Going Home

A common theme popping up in violations among those on pretrial release has come from defendants who are reluctant to give up access to firearms.View Entire Post ›

Congress’s Jan. 6 Committee Subpoenaed Rudy Giuliani And More Trump Allies

The committee is also looking to speak with Jenna Ellis, Sidney Powell, and Boris Epshteyn.View Entire Post ›

Worried About 2024’s Election Being Stolen? Pay Attention To 2022 First.

House and Senate races can be overturned by a majority vote. In an era of lies about stolen elections, that can get messy fast.View Entire Post ›

The Supreme Court Blocked A Vaccine Mandate For Private Companies, But Allowed One For Healthcare Workers

The court ruled that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration was empowered to "set workplace safety standards, not broad public health measures."View Entire Post ›

The Founder Of The Oath Keepers Has Been Charged With Seditious Conspiracy

The case against Rhodes and 10 others is the first sedition case brought in connection with the Jan. 6 attack on the US Capitol.View Entire Post ›

Biden Said Voting Rights Reform Isn’t Going To Happen Right Now

“I hope we can get this done, but the honest to god answer is I don’t know,” Biden said.View Entire Post ›

Big Brands Are Still Working With This Clothing Company Closely Tied To Xinjiang, Where Forced Labor Is Rampant

Amid rising tensions and the approaching Beijing Olympics, the US banned Xinjiang cotton last year. But Hugo Boss still took shipments from Esquel, which gins cotton in Xinjiang.View Entire Post ›

Biden Made His Most Forceful Rebuke Of Republicans Yet Over Voting Rights, But There’s Still No Progress On Reforms

Joe Biden’s speech in Georgia was “stirring,” but the two major voting rights bills are still far from becoming law.View Entire Post ›

Congressional Staff Pressed Justice Department Officials For Safety Plans Before The Capitol Riot

“Soooo this has taken a turn for the worse,” one congressional staffer wrote to federal law enforcement agencies during the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.View Entire Post ›

Donald Trump Is Once Again In Court Arguing He Can’t Be Sued For What He Said While President

Trump wants a judge to dismiss three lawsuits seeking to hold him responsible for the Jan. 6 insurrection.View Entire Post ›

Biden Plans To Talk About Voting Rights In Georgia Tomorrow. Advocates On The Ground Want Him To Stay In DC And Get It Done.

“What we're saying is we don't need another speech. What we need is actually a plan.”View Entire Post ›

A Judge Had Zero Patience For An Alleged Capitol Rioter’s Request To Travel To Jamaica

Chief Judge Beryl Howell wrote that approving such a request was not the right way to “commemorate” the one-year anniversary of the Jan. 6 attack.View Entire Post ›

After A Year Of Mostly Avoiding Trump, Biden Condemned Him On The Anniversary Of The Insurrection

In Biden’s clearest and most prolonged denunciation of Trump from the executive office, he addressed the ongoing threats to democracy related to his predecessor's brand of politics.View Entire Post ›

Republicans Bailed On Congress’s Capitol Riot Commemorations. Except For…Dick Cheney?

Democrats, at least for a minute, are very happy to shake Dick Cheney's hand.View Entire Post ›

This Photo Exhibition Looks Back At What Really Happened On Jan. 6

The Bronx Documentary Center’s exhibit on Jan. 6 looks at not only one day, but the years that led up to it.View Entire Post ›

Biden And Harris Issued A Dire Warning: Democracy Is In Danger And Political Violence Is A Threat One Year After The Jan. 6 Attack

"Are we going to be a nation that accepts political violence as a norm?" President Joe Biden asked during a speech at the US Capitol.View Entire Post ›

These Numbers Tell The Story Of Jan. 6 One Year Into The Prosecution

More than 700 people charged, 174 guilty pleas, and 74 sentences. And an unknown number of cases to go. This is where the sprawling legal effort stands one year in.View Entire Post ›

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