The two men were photographed inside the Capitol in front of a statue of John Stark and making an obscene gesture in the photo, the DOJ says.
Coronavirus updates: WHO researchers arrive in Wuhan to investigate COVID-19 origins; Moderna seeks adolescent volunteers for vaccine trial
The Mississippi Health Department reported a "monumental surge" for vaccination appointments. Montana to lift some restrictions. Latest COVID news.
Our challenge is determining who's expressing a political opinion, who's susceptible to violent extremism and who's already planning the next attack.
Powerball jackpot grows to $640M, the eighth largest in US lottery history, after Wednesday's drawing goes without a winner
The Powerball jackpot has grown into one of the largest in the game's history since the last winner on Sept. 16, a $94.6 million prize in New York.
High winds halt Union Pacific trains in Wyoming, set records in Montana. Thursday will bring more of the same, forecasters say.
More than 300,000 people were still without power in Oregon and Washington on Wednesday night after a powerful storm killed one person.
James Harden and Kyrie Irving, soon to be Nets teammates, have consistently allowed their negative habits to overshadow their All-Star talent.
Biden has said that he wants to take a more conciliatory approach with Iran, but the Iran-al-Qaida relationship makes that challenging.
Moderna needs at least 3,000 adolescent volunteers for its COVID-19 vaccine trial. They're struggling to find them.
More than 2 million minors were diagnosed with COVID-19 in 2020, and many more probably contracted the disease but were never diagnosed.
Former Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder faces 2 misdemeanor charges of willful neglect of duty in Flint water crisis
Each charge against the state's former Republican governor is a misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in prison or a fine of $1,000 or less.
Banned from Facebook and Twitter, pro-Trump extremists hatch Inauguration Day violence in dark reaches of the web
Trump supporters, QAnon conspiracy theorists, white supremacists and armed agitators have found new staging grounds on Gab, Telegram and Signal.
Terri Watkins won a $1 million drawing from the North Carolina Education Lottery, taking home more than $400,000 in cash.
Dorsey says Twitter made the decision to ban Trump "with the best information we had based on threats to physical safety both on and off Twitter."
Amid second impeachment, Toby Keith, Ricky Skaggs receive National Medal of Arts from Trump: Reports
As the House voted to impeach President Trump for a historic second time, Toby Keith and Ricky Skaggs were reportedly honored at the White House.
"The tours being conducted on Tuesday, January 5, were a noticeable and concerning departure from the procedures in place," Sherrill wrote.
Snapchat permanently suspends Trump, saying it is 'in the interest of public safety' after Capitol riots
Snapchat has permanently suspended President Donald Trump's account, saying the ban is based on attempts to incite violence and spread misinformation.
No president has ever found himself so shunned and so isolated, with repercussions for his political legacy and his earnings potential.
The people who have supported Trump need to come to terms with what they've done and with what they've allowed to happen — or it will happen again.
Days after Parler was shut down, CEO John Matze said he's unsure if the social media platform favored by conservatives will ever go back online.
The lectern went from being stolen during the Capitol riot to being used Wednesday after the historic impeachment vote.