Security concerns are bringing big losses for businesses in the Washington D.C. area ahead of the presidential inauguration.
The FBI has intensified its search for Riley June Williams for her role in the protest at the Capitol.
Despite an increased police presence near the city’s federal buildings, Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser said she’s still concerned about possible attacks elsewhere in the city.
Lodging app ‘Airbnb’ plans to review and cancel bookings as deemed necessary in the wake of planned demonstrations at the Michigan Capitol building.
Social media giant Facebook is continuing to place limits on conservatives.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has chosen retired Lt. Gen. Russel Honore to investigate the Capitol building’s security. Pelosi made the announcement Friday, saying they must “subject the whole complex to scrutiny in light of what happened and the fact that the inauguration is coming.”
The former U.S. envoy to Northern Ireland explained why he stepped down after Wednesday’s attack on Capitol Hill.
Reports are emerging from numerous eyewitness accounts that Antifa was actually behind the acts of violence at the Capitol on Wednesday.
The FBI is seeking information on people who stormed the nation’s Capitol. One America’s Taylor Tinsley has the latest.