The House committee investigating the Capitol riot called for documents and testimony from Rudolph W. Giuliani and three others.
The problems the president is facing are an almost perfect inversion of the problems Obama faced.
The American people have little respect or patience for a weak leader but support and stand with a strong one.
The outsider from the 2020 presidential race ponders what’s next.
With their broad voting rights push nearing a dead end, Democrats must soon decide whether to embrace a far narrower bipartisan effort to protect vote counting and administration.
The panel investigating the attack on the Capitol is demanding information from Alphabet, Meta, Reddit and Twitter.
Senator Kyrsten Sinema’s comments came after the House approved a set of voting rights measures on a party-line vote of 220 to 203.
A sweeping 2021 law drew a legal complaint from the Justice Department. Legislators in the state are considering several new measures focused on ballot access and fraud investigations.
Democrats used an arcane maneuver to pass the legislation, denying Republicans in the Senate the ability to block it from being brought up, as they have done four times previously.
A country is held hostage by a former president’s vanity.
It’s plausible that the United States as we know it could disintegrate. Institutions need to consider worst-case scenarios — to help avoid them.
The proposed legislation and the push to reform the Electoral Count Act leave open a variety of pathways to subvert a presidential election.
Former President Donald J. Trump abruptly ended the interview after a lengthy back-and-forth over his claims of widespread election fraud.
After President Biden’s speech on voting rights, we explain the two camps in the debate about how to protect them.
It’s possible to worry about America’s divisions without falling into perpetual alarmism.
Getting the former vice president to answer questions under oath could be crucial as the House panel focuses on Donald Trump’s responsibility for the Capitol riot.
Readers are upset that Republicans in one of the focus groups still believe that the election was stolen. Also: Vaccine mandates; marriage and divorce.
The new year is off to an unusual start.
The Republican congressman from Ohio, a close ally of former President Donald Trump’s, denounced the House investigation of the Capitol riot as one of the Democrats’ “partisan witch hunts.”
Steve Bannon is thinking globally and acting locally. He’s not wrong.
The renewed bid for office by Mr. Johnson, who has spread many false claims about the 2020 election and Covid, ensures that both parties will be highly invested in Wisconsin’s 2022 Senate race.
Two different leaders with differing approaches landed on a policy of coexisting with the virus. Analysts say they had little choice.
The organization that conducted the widely derided review of the presidential vote in Arizona’s largest county said it was insolvent and had laid off its employees.
Could the nation’s election system sustain another attack?
The Republicans aren’t apologists for Jan. 6 — some chastised President Trump and don’t want him to run again. They just want the country to move on.
The lack of consequences for Republican leaders over Jan. 6 has Democrats worried for the future. But some also expressed empathy for the rioters.
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President Biden took a confrontational approach to his predecessor, who isn’t going away, and other takeaways from the commemoration events.
The president commemorated the anniversary of the attack on the Capitol with an emotional address forcefully denouncing his predecessor.
They need to get busy at the grassroots.
American democracy may depend on a conservative-liberal alliance.
A conversation with the Republican House member about the Capitol riots and the state, and future, of the Republican Party.
And it is still being wielded in service of Trump’s fictions.
Even established democracies can fall to military juntas and despots. We can’t let that happen here.
A wave of misleading revisionism has become epidemic in both autocracies and democracies. It has been notably effective — and contagious.
Ten House Republicans voted to charge President Donald J. Trump with inciting the Capitol attack. All of them are still struggling with the consequences.
Readers worry about the future of our Republic.
Progressive philanthropists who fund groups that promote extreme views are “exacerbating intraparty conflict and stoking interparty backlash.”
Authoritarians don’t just want to control the government, the economy and the military. They want to control the truth.
A year after the Jan. 6 insurrection, what have we learned?
In the year since the assault on the Capitol by a pro-Trump mob, more than 700 people have been arrested, with little public indication from the Justice Department of how high the investigation might reach.
The committee told Mr. Hannity it had obtained “dozens of text messages” he exchanged with senior Trump White House officials around the time of the riot.
Only weeks after instigating the Capitol riot, Donald Trump was back in command of the Republican Party.
Drop talk of dismantling the police and taking steps to dismantle the Constitution.
A new study analyzed nearly 1,500 episodes, showing the extent to which podcasts pushed misinformation about voter fraud.
“The Steal,” by Mark Bowden and Matthew Teague, memorializes those brave Republicans who defied their party and refused to overturn the 2020 election.
For many officers, their bodies, minds and lives will never be the same after the attack.
Our institutions, from the Electoral College to the media, have convinced conservatives that they are denizens of the real America.
From a nondescript office building, a few dozen investigators and members of Congress are rushing to dissect what led to the worst attack on the Capitol in centuries.
The organization, called 1st Amendment Praetorian, is not as well known as the Oath Keepers or the Proud Boys, but it worked closely with pro-Trump forces in the months after the 2020 election.