The threat from authoritarian populists endures.
Jair Bolsonaro’s supporters showed that antidemocratic revolutions can be contagious too.
America still needs accountability at every level.
For Trump, the violence on January 6 was a bonus.
Outgoing Representative Jaime Herrera Beutler reflects on the forces that ended her 12-year term, and what might have been different.
Rather than conducting a large-scale dragnet, the committee zeroed in on the former president.
But they are surmountable if the government takes into account his other actions on January 6, 2021.
Every effort to hold Donald Trump accountable has been thwarted by those who made it someone else’s job. Not anymore.
Making extremist leaders answer for their actions will deter future violence.
What was the point of an insurrection that, in the end, was about nothing?
The Oath Keepers imagine themselves to be true patriots, but, as a jury of their peers found this week, their deeds were a crime against the United States.
In his new memoir, the former vice president selectively edits his four years with Trump to avoid a necessary reckoning.
The president turned his back on seemingly everyone.
House investigators have come far closer than I anticipated to pinning both moral and legal responsibility for the insurrection directly on Donald Trump himself.
In most states, you can’t pass yourself off as an election-denying January 6 truther and still be taken seriously by a majority of voters.
A president who understood the power of memes was able to send thousands of people into battle against democracy itself.
We need to ensure that inspectors general can do an effective job of keeping other government officials honest.
The constitutional authority to call out the military is vested in the president of the United States. So what was Pence doing on January 6?
The FBI search at Mar-a-Lago prompts sincere talk of violence. But some threats remain mere threats.
Republicans’ reflexive insistence that the Mar-a-Lago raid is politically motivated is unmoored from the available evidence.