The president set the tone on a day of remembrance that brought fiery speeches, moments of silence and anguished accounts from lawmakers recalling the terrifying hours of January 6, 2021.
Now, after six months of intense work, the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection is preparing to go public.
Florida business owner Robert Palmer cheered on the violence at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 before he joined the fray.
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Among the biggest takeaways far from the prosecution of the insurrection is how large a role social media has played, with much of the most damning evidence coming from rioters' own words and videos.
The latest subpoenas were issued to the Oath Keepers, the Proud Boys and 1st Amendment Praetorian organizations as well as their members, requesting documents and testimony.
Police said that Jeffrey Allsbrooks (57) was taken into custody about four minutes after he entered the Longworth House Office Building.
Harry made the comments on Tuesday while he was taking part in an online panel on misinformation in California.
The committee says the six newly subpoenaed witnesses helped amplify the misinformation in the days ahead of the attack in which rioters violently pushed back police to break into the Capitol.
The committee is looking into every aspect of the riot, including what Trump himself was doing while it unfolded and any connections between the White House and the rioters.
Former Facebook product manager Frances Haugen said in an interview that a 2018 change to the content flow in Facebook's news feeds contributed to more divisiveness and ill will.
Washington's federal court, meanwhile, is clogged with Jan. 6 cases, which more than double the total number of new criminal cases filed there all of last year.
The DC police department is at the ready, and US Capitol Police have requested assistance from nearby law enforcement agencies including the US National Guard.
The department's Office of Professional Responsibility opened 38 internal investigations and was able to identify 26 of the officers involved, the police said in a statement.