Congressional Investigators Looking Into Riots On Capitol HillCongress is looking into the possibility that some members of Congress may have played a role in the riots at the Capitol.
Pat Toomey Becomes Second GOP Senator To Urge President Donald Trump To Resign Over U.S. Capitol RiotsPennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey is now urging President Donald Trump to resign, becoming the second GOP senator to call for the president's resignation.
Gov. Wolf Says U.S. Capitol Riots Were 'Traumatic' For AmericansGovernor Tom Wolf addressed the riots at the U.S. Capitol during a press conference about COVID-19 on Friday.
West Virginia State Lawmaker Derrick Evans Charged After Entering Capitol With RiotersWest Virginia state lawmaker Derrick Evans has been charged with entering a restricted area of the U.S. Capitol after he livestreamed himself with rioters, the Justice Department announced Friday.
Investigators Ask For Help Identifying Suspects As They Charge More People Accused Of Crimes During U.S. Capitol ChaosThe FBI and federal prosecutors here and across the nation are asking the public’s help in identifying more suspects related to the U.S. Capitol riots as they charge individuals nationally and locally.
Ohio School Therapist Resigns After Alleged Involvement In U.S. Capitol RiotsA Cleveland school occupational therapist resigned from the district after her alleged involvement in the riots and breach at the U.S. Capitol this week.
'We Were Terrified': Western Pennsylvanians At The Capitol Describe What They Saw During Civil UnrestWhen chaos broke out at the capitol, over 100 Western Pennsylvanians were there. They say they were scared and didn't know what to do when the protest turned violent.
Multiple Pennsylvanians Arrested In Civil Unrest In Washington D.C.Multiple Pennsylvanians were arrested amid the civil unrest in Washington D.C. on Wednesday.
U.S. Attorney Says Western Pennsylvania Residents Who Incited Violence In Nation's Capitol Could Face ChargesU.S. Attorney Scott Brady said his office is working to identify any local residents who incited or participated in the acts of violence at the Capitol on Wednesday and that they could face serious charges.
'It Just Has To Stop:' Elected Officials Of Both Parties Condemn Violence In WashingtonElected officials, former presidents, and cabinet members all condemned the violence at the capitol.
'There Are Guns Drawn': Rep. Mike Doyle 'Sheltering In Place' In His Office At U.S. CapitolSeveral lawmakers from Pennsylvania were evacuated or put on lockdown in order to protect their safety at the U.S. Capitol.