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Past articles by Jordan:

Man who drove stun gun into Officer Fanone's neck pleads guilty to four felonies

Daniel Rodriguez, of California, entered a plea of guilty to felony counts of obstruction, conspiracy and inflicting bodily injury with a dangerous weapon. → Read More

Trump served wrongful death lawsuit in connection to death of Capitol Police Officer

The suit was filed on January 6th this year by Officer Brian Sicknick's longtime girlfriend Sandra Garza. It seeks $10 million from Trump and two others. → Read More

Man pleads guilty to threatening to set off bomb in Capitol Hill if Biden didn't step down

Floyd Ray Roseberry, 51, livestreamed himself threatening to set off a bomb if President Joe Biden didn't step down from office. → Read More

'We were openly expecting a civil war' | Former Proud Boy testifies at seditious conspiracy trial

Matthew Greene, of Syracuse, New York, was the first member of the Proud Boys to accept a plea deal in connection with the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. → Read More

'Retaliation' worries don't derail jury selection in Proud Boys case

Former Proud Boys national chairman Enrique Tarrio and four co-defendants are accused of plotting to attack the U.S. Capitol Building on Jan. 6, 2021. → Read More

Texas man who attempted to cut power to Capitol convicted on all counts

Christopher Ray Grider pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor counts and was convicted after a bench trial of seven others for his role in the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot. → Read More

'A traitor against my own government’ | Oath Keeper testifies about implicit conspiracy on Jan. 6

Graydon Young, of Englewood, Florida, took the stand as a cooperating witness Monday in the seditious conspiracy trial of five Oath Keepers. → Read More

'I want to get busted' | Virginia man pleads guilty to two felony counts in Capitol riot case

Joshua Haynes, of Covington, Virginia, pleaded guilty to obstruction of an official proceeding and destruction of property for his role in the Capitol riot. → Read More

Proud Boy at 'forefront' of the mob on Jan. 6 sentenced to 55 months in prison

Joshua Pruitt, a Proud Boy who came face-to-face with Sen. Chuck Schumer on Jan. 6, pleaded guilty to a felony count of obstruction for his role in the Capitol riot. → Read More

Proud Boy who came 'face-to-face' with Sen. Schumer during riot should serve 5 years behind bars, DOJ says

In sentencing memo, prosecutors say Joshua Pruitt caused the Senate Majority Leader's security detail to immediately reroute him during his evacuation on Jan. 6. → Read More

DOJ wants 17 years in prison for ex-NYPD officer who tackled, choked DC cop on Jan. 6

Prosecutors argue Thomas Webster's history as a police officer and U.S. Marine make his actions during the Capitol riot all the more egregious. → Read More

Man accused of threatening Justice Kavanaugh wants confession suppressed

The attorney for Nicholas Roske is asking a judge to determine whether police violated his client's rights when they questioned him after his June 8 arrest. → Read More

Navy sailor charged in Capitol riot wanted to 'wipe out' Jews, praised Hitler, DOJ says

Hatchet Speed, of Virginia, was arrested Wednesday on four misdemeanor counts in connection with the Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol. → Read More

Judge vacates Proud Boys' August trial date over concerns about ongoing Jan. 6 Committee hearings

U.S. District Judge Timothy Kelly agreed with the group that the ongoing January 6th Committee hearings could unduly impact their seditious conspiracy trial. → Read More

Peter Navarro, former WH trade adviser, cites upcoming book tour in request for delayed trial

Former White House trade adviser Peter Navarro wrote in a book he helped Steve Bannon develop the "Green Bay Sweep" plan to change the outcome of the 2020 election. → Read More

Trump lawyer John Eastman knew Jan. 6 plan was illegal, asked for pardon afterward, committee hears

The third evidentiary hearing of the January 6th Committee focused on the "pressure campaign" to convince Vice President Mike Pence to overturn the election. → Read More

GOP congressman did lead tour on Jan. 5, USCP says, but it wasn't suspicious

Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) said the department's letter proved there was nothing nefarious about a group of 12-15 people he led around House office buildings. → Read More

The Jan. 6 committee has its second hearing Monday

Select Committee aides said witnesses will show Trump was told he didn't have the votes to win 2020, and demonstrate how his claims of fraud tied into Jan. 6. → Read More

Virginia man declared fugitive after failing to appear for Capitol riot hearings

Michael Gareth Adams failed to appear for two hearings in July, and there's been no activity in his case since. On Tuesday, a judge declared him a fugitive. → Read More

Alleged Nazi sympathizer convicted in Jan. 6 trial, could face penalty for 'dubious' testimony

Jurors said they found Timothy Hale-Cusanelli's testimony "contradictory" and didn't believe his claims he had no idea Congress met at the U.S. Capitol Building. → Read More