Oath Keepers, Proud Boys Subpoenaed By Jan. 6 House Panel
The groups and their leaders are the latest to be subpoenaed by the House committee investigating the Capitol insurrection.LEARN MORE
The investigative committee is seeking documents from the former president — something he says should be kept under executive privilege.
Former President Donald Trump's attorneys say the House panel investigating the Capitol insurrection could permanently damage the presidency of the United States.
In a court filing, Trump's lawyers accuse the lawmakers on the panel of having "clear disdain for Trump."
The panel is attempting to get its hands on documents and communications surround Trump's actions on and leading up to January 6. Trump says those documents should be kept under executive privilege but the Biden Administration disagrees — and so do two federal judges.
A federal court is set to hear arguments on the case next week.
More delegates are up for grabs at Republican caucuses in Idaho and Missouri, as well as at a party convention in Michigan.
Judge Scott McAfee says he still has work to do. He will deliver an initial ruling in the case within the next two weeks.
Darrell Leon McClanahan says the GOP knew "exactly" who he was, but the party says it condemns his and any association with hate groups.
Britt Reid's three-year prison sentence is converted to house arrest, over a 2021 incident where he drove drunk and seriously injured a 5-year-old.
Madeline Soto had last been seen on the morning of Feb. 26, when her mother’s boyfriend, Stephan Sterns, was supposed to drop her off at school.
California authorities shut down 100 miles of I-80 due to "spin outs, high winds, and low visibility."