Federal authorities arrested a woman whose former romantic partner says she took a laptop from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office during the attack at the US Capitol.
US Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, who said just last week that Trump “lit the flame of incitement and owns responsibility” for the attempted coup, voted against impeachment.
Trump faces a charge of "incitement of insurrection" for the deadly terrorist attack on the Capitol building.
There were more people arrested from Pennsylvania than any other state.
And that isn't the only money troubles Republicans are facing. If they financed the terrorists who attacked Capitol Hill, they could become un-bankable.
Amid the pandemic-driven economic recession, fraudsters continue to find ways to scam unemployed Americans out of their money.
Trump's refusal to condemn white supremacist and extremist groups like the Proud Boys was meant to win over suburban voters. However, the suburbs are more diverse than ever—and their voting habits reflect that.