LOOK: U.S. Secretary of the Senate Sonceria “Ann” Berry is sworn in at the U.S. Capitol on Monday as the first African American to serve in the position since that role was created in 1789.
U.S. Secretary of the Senate Sonceria “Ann” Berry is sworn in at the U.S. Capitol on Monday as the first African American to serve in the position since that role was created in 1789.
Judge Merrick Garland appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee for the first day of his confirmation hearing on Monday, vowing to pursue prosecutions of those who participated in the January 6 attack on the Capitol. @CMcD123 explains what challenges he could face.
The insurrection at the Capitol incited by Donald J. Trump was a day none of us will ever forget. There must be truth and accountability. The House Managers will come to the Senate to read the Article of Impeachment on Monday. Here’s how the trial will proceed:
CAPITOL RIOTS ARREST UPDATE: *William Watson of Auburn, Ala., was taken into federal custody on Monday. *Authorities say Watson, 23, violated his bond on a July 2 drug case when he traveled to DC to join mob that stormed the Capitol.
Capitol Police say protesters arrested today for the 2nd time will not just be released after paying a fine... The repeat offenders will be booked and jailed without the opportunity to be released until Tuesday because Monday is a holiday. via/