If, after the latest January 6 hearing, House Republicans persist in their policy of pro-Trump cover-up, American democracy is in dire peril.
Cassidy Hutchinson’s account of Donald Trump’s behavior destroys any defense the president once had.
The voice inside that tells them how wrong they are.
Jenny Cudd might regret storming the Capitol. But she’s still pushing election conspiracies.
The hearings give the former president’s followers a new excuse to quietly back away.
Donald Trump’s plot to overturn the election was not a whisper, but a roar.
Its first two sessions have already made a powerful case for why this investigation matters.
Caroline Edwards’s testimony about the January 6 insurrection was a reminder that words can convey truths that even images cannot.
The sheer scale of Donald Trump’s depravity is unmatched in the history of the American presidency, and the Republican Party made it possible.
Without the Electoral College, America would never have come so close to an overthrow of its government.
The first of six House Select Committee hearings aimed to shape the president’s standing in the eyes of future voters.
Just as Watergate was not only about the Watergate break-in, January 6 shouldn’t come to stand only for the events of that date.
Two of our writers look at the former POTUS’s sometimes-tenuous relationship with history itself.
The seven-hour gap in the record of January 6 should still be knowable, despite efforts to suppress it.
Seven hours and 37 minutes of missing phone records on January 6 suggest consciousness of guilt.
Judge David Carter sliced through rhetorical nonsense and confirmed what everyone saw on January 6.
Americans across the country participated in an effort to subvert democracy.
The possibility that prosecutors might abuse the charge in the future is hardly a reason to shrink from it now, when it is most applicable.
Surveying the divide as America marked a fraught anniversary