Texas Man Who Participated In Riot At US Capitol Sentenced To 45 Days Behind BarsA Texas man who joined the mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol on January 6 has been sentenced to 45 days behind bars even though prosecutors weren't seeking jail time.
Donald Trump Asks U.S. Judge To Force Twitter To Restore His AccountFormer President Donald Trump has asked a federal judge in Florida to force Twitter to restore his account, which the company suspended in January.
Texas Congressman Among House Members Suing Over Use Of Metal DetectorsA congressmen from Texas has joined a Georgia lawmaker filing a federal lawsuit claiming that using metal detectors to screen members of Congress is unconstitutional and that the security measure is being used unfairly against Republicans.
Justice Department Plea Deals For Texas Man & Other Rioters Who Trapped Cops In US Capitol TunnelThe Justice Department is preparing to offer guilty plea deals to four Capitol rioters -- including one from North Texas -- who are accused of trapping police in a tunnel and attacking them.
During Testimony In DC, Texas Family Says Father's Participation In Deadly Capitol Riot Has Torn Family ApartDuring a hearing in Washington about how politics -- and the Capitol riot -- has divided American families, a 16-year-old North Texas girl testified against her father.
The Colony Resident Daniel Caldwell Arrested, Charged With Police Assault During Riot At US CapitolA North Texas man is in custody after being arrested on February 10 and charged with participating in the deadly January 6 riot on the U.S. Capitol.
'Due To This Footage We Terminated Our Relationship': Texas GOP Fires Staffer Kevin Whitt Seen In Capitol Riot Video“Information has come to light of some troubling video of one of our former employees,” party spokesperson Luke Twombly said in a statement.
Chief Justice Won't Preside Over Senate Impeachment Trial Of Former President Donald TrumpOn Monday, Jan. 25, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi formally sent the Senate the article of impeachment against former President Donald Trump for incitement of insurrection.
Dallas County Man Garret Miller Due In Federal Court For Charges Associated With US Capitol RiotA North Texas man charged in connection with the Capitol riot is due in federal court today. Garret Miller is also accused of posting online death threats against Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and a Capitol police officer.
Texas Resident Christopher Grider Surrenders To FBI After Video Allegedly Shows Him Rioting At US CapitolA Central Texas man has surrendered to the FBI after video allegedly showed him participating in the U.S. Capitol insurrection two weeks ago.
Senate Democrats Call For Ethics Investigation Of Texas' Ted Cruz, Missouri's Josh Hawley 'To Fully Understand Role' In Capitol AttackSeven Democratic Senators said an ethics investigation should determine whether Sen. Cruz and Sen. Hawley, of Missouri, engaged in “improper conduct reflecting on the Senate.”
Capitol Rioters Were Among Those Who Held Out Hope For A Trump Pardon And Didn't Get ItSeveral Texans and others arrested for rioting and storming the gates at U.S. Capitol were among those holding out hope that President Donald Trump would have used some of his last hours in office to grant them a full pardon.
Feds: Accused Capitol Rioter From Dallas, Troy Smocks, Had Plans To Return To D.C. On Inauguration DayThe Department of Justice has released more information about the disturbing Inauguration Day plans of a Dallas man now charged in connection with the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on January 6.
Wylie Resident Guy Reffitt Arrested, Charged In Connection With Deadly Capitol RiotThe number of North Texas men and women charged in connection with the deadly riot at the nation's capitol on January 6 continues to grow. Guy Reffitt, of Wylie, was arrested by the FBI on January 15.
National Guard Troops Being Vetted As They Arrive To Guard US CapitolOfficials say they're worried about an insider attack or other threat from service members involved in securing President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration, prompting the vetting of all 25,000 National Guard troops coming into Washington for the event.