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Ryan J. Reilly

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Past articles by Ryan:

'Planned in plain sight': Senate report finds intel agencies failed in the lead-up to Jan. 6

The FBI and DHS downplayed the potential for violence even as rioters openly planned to attack the Capitol online, Democrats on the Senate Homeland Security Committee found. → Read More

Trump ally Bannon subpoenaed in special counsel Jack Smith's Jan. 6 grand jury probe

The Washington, D.C.-based grand jury is separate from one investigating the former president's handling of classified documents. → Read More

Oath Keepers founder sentenced to 18 years in Jan. 6 seditious conspiracy case

Stewart Rhodes, who said after the Capitol attack that the rioters “should have brought rifles," received the longest sentence of any Jan. 6 defendant to date. → Read More

Jan. 6 rioter who put his feet on desk in Pelosi office sentenced to 4.5 years in prison

A photo of a smiling Richard "Bigo" Barnett in Pelosi's office became one of the most notorious images from the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. → Read More

FBI says former agent arrested over Jan. 6 called officers Nazis and encouraged mob to 'kill 'em'

Jared L. Wise, who worked at the FBI for 13 years ending in 2017, was arrested Monday in Oregon. → Read More

Pence testifies before federal grand jury investigating Trump's role in Jan. 6

Special counsel Jack Smith is investigating whether Trump acted unlawfully in his efforts to overturn his 2020 presidential election loss and stop the peaceful transfer of power. → Read More

Jan. 6 rioters trashed a GOP senator's office, and he hasn't acknowledged it

Newly released court documents and video reveal that a mob of rioters broke into the office of Sen. Jim Risch of Idaho on Jan. 6 and trashed it. → Read More

Louisville police use excessive force, invalid warrants and discriminatory stops, DOJ review finds

The review, conducted by the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division, follows the 2020 shooting death of Breonna Taylor in a botched police raid. → Read More

Feds boost reward to $500K for information on Capitol pipe bomber

Federal investigators increased the reward for information on the person who left two pipe bombs near the Capitol the day before the Jan. 6, 2021, riot. → Read More

Intel community escapes major criticism by Jan. 6 committee for missing 'foreseeable' Capitol violence

The intelligence available to law enforcement was "sufficient to warrant far more vigorous preparations for the security of the joint session," the committee's appendix said. → Read More

Jan. 6 participant arrested after hourslong standoff with the FBI

A man who apparently carried a hammer at the Capitol on Jan. 6 was in an hours-long standoff with the FBI before being arrested for his role in the riot. → Read More

Government funding bill gives DOJ extra money for Jan. 6 prosecutions

The massive legislation includes new funding for a sprawling investigation that sources tell NBC News has been under-resourced. → Read More

Jan. 6 committee avoids criticizing law enforcement in report summary

The committee was charged with examining law enforcement and intelligence failures. Analysis was largely left out of the introduction, with the full report expected this week. → Read More

Oath Keepers founder found guilty of seditious conspiracy in Jan. 6 case

The trial was a major test for the Justice Department's sprawling investigation into the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. → Read More

Jury to begin deliberating in Oath Keepers' Jan. 6 seditious conspiracy trial

Stewart Rhodes and four others associated with the far-right Oath Keepers are facing the first seditious conspiracy jury trial in more than a decade. → Read More

Jan. 6 rioter who filmed Pelosi laptop theft jailed after jury convicts her on 6 counts

Jurors deadlocked on two counts against Riley Williams, including a charge alleging she aided and abetted the theft of a laptop from Nancy Pelosi's office. → Read More

Attorney General Merrick Garland names special counsel in Justice Dept.'s Trump probes

Garland named John L. Smith, a former federal prosecutor with experience at the Hague, as special counsel. Smith will focus on Trump’s handling of classified documents and Jan. 6. → Read More

Jan. 6 committee staffers told preliminary plan for final report would focus largely on Trump, not on law enforcement failures, sources say

The House resolution that created the committee said its mission included examining “the preparedness and response” of Capitol Police and other law enforcement agencies. → Read More

Capitol Officer Harry Dunn testifies Oath Keepers weren't helping him on Jan. 6

“We have dozens of officers down, they’re taking them out on stretchers. Ya’ll are f---ing us up,” Harry Dunn says he told rioters. → Read More

Garland to hold news conference on 'significant national security cases'

Attorney General Merrick Garland will hold a news conference Monday afternoon to discuss "significant national security cases addressing malign influence → Read More