The Washington Post • Philip Rucker, Josh Dawsey, Ashley Parker • January 13 • washingtonpost.com
Trump is isolated and angry at aides for failing to defend him as he is impeached again
With less than seven days remaining in his presidency, Trump’s inner circle is shrinking, offices in his White House are emptying, and he is angry over the backlash to his incitement of a mob that stormed the Capitol.
The Washington Post • Rebecca Tan • January 13 • washingtonpost.com
A Black officer faced down a mostly White mob at the Capitol. Meet Eugene Goodman.
The Army veteran lured rioters away from the Senate chambers, friends said.
The New York Times • Maggie Haberman, Michael S. Schmidt • January 13 • nytimes.com
Under Heavy Pressure, Trump Releases Video Condemning Capitol Siege
The video was made public after President Trump was impeached a second time and after he told his supporters in the hours following the start of the riot last week that “we love you.”
Queens Daily Eagle • January 13 • queenseagle.com
Queens man impeached — again — Queens Daily Eagle
A Jamaica Estates native made history Wednesday.
The Intercept • Ken Klippenstein • January 13 • theintercept.com
Defense Department Anticipated Election-Related Unrest Before Capitol Riot
The military said it had no intelligence of violent protests on January 6. But a December report identified election protesters as a threat.
VICE • Cameron Joseph • January 13 • vice.com
Pro-Trump Rally Organizer Name-Checks Theory Pushed by Violent Extremists
Ali Alexander denies that he was agreeing with advocates for violent social collapse, saying the statement was made in the "context of technology."
The Boston Globe • Jazmine Ulloa, Steve Annear • January 12 • bostonglobe.com
‘It was like looking at evil’: The Capitol attack through the eyes of the Massachusetts delegation - The Boston Globe
Some Massachusetts lawmakers and staff members said they felt unease Wednesday before the riot at the US Capitol, despite receiving assurances from police that security would be tight.
POLITICO • Natasha Bertrand, Lara Seligman • January 12 • politico.com
National Guardsmen briefed on IED threat to Capitol
The briefing comes as the Guard plans a massive show of force to prevent violence during President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration.
POLITICO • Alex Thompson , Tyler Pager • January 12 • politico.com
Biden team plans inauguration night celebrity TV special
In lieu of an inaugural ball, the virtual event will celebrate "American heroes" who have served on the frontlines during the pandemic.
Fox News • Brooke Singman • January 13 • foxnews.com
Trump calls on Americans, Big Tech to help ensure peaceful transition: 'NO violence'
EXCLUSIVE: President Trump on Wednesday is calling for "all Americans" to help "ease tensions and calm tempers," saying he does "not" stand for violence "of any kind" -- and he's asking Big Tech to join the effort.
Airbnb • Airbnb • January 13 • news.airbnb.com
Airbnb to Block and Cancel D.C. Reservations During Inauguration
Airbnb will cancel reservations in the Washington, D.C. metro area during the Inauguration week.
The New York Times • The New York Times • March 22 • nytimes.com
Coronavirus in the U.S.: Latest Map and Case Count
A detailed county map shows the extent of the coronavirus outbreak, with tables of the number of cases by county.
The New York Times • Ed Shanahan, Nicole Hong • January 13 • nytimes.com
Proud Boys Supporter With 1,000 Rifle Rounds Made Threats, U.S. Says
Prosecutors said Eduard Florea threatened violence against the Rev. Raphael Warnock in online messages on the day of the Capitol riot.
Intelligencer • Allie Conti • January 13 • nymag.com
When an Airbnb Host Realized His Guests Were Insurrectionists
Paul thought they were tourists, until he heard: “We stormed the Capitol.”
The New York Times • Matthew Rosenberg, Ainara Tiefenthäler • January 13 • nytimes.com
Decoding the Far-Right Symbols at the Capitol Riot
There were militia flags and banners of extremist groups, as well as absurd images of dinosaurs and comic book logos that belied the violence that was to unfold.
Axios • Alayna Treene • January 12 • axios.com
House freshman divided over Capitol siege
The divisions we’re seeing in the Republican Party are rippling through every layer of Congress.
The Washington Post • Margaret Sullivan • January 12 • washingtonpost.com
Perspective | Four years ago, I wondered if the media could handle Trump. Now we know.
If only we could have faced facts sooner.
BuzzFeed News • Emmanuel Felton • January 13 • buzzfeednews.com
Capitol Police Officers Said They Wouldn’t Be Surprised If Members Of Congress Helped Plan The Attack
“We are the buffer, so that Congress doesn’t have to deal with the mess that they create in their respective districts.”
CNN • Curt Devine and Scott Bronstein, CNN • January 10 • cnn.com
Man in 'Camp Auschwitz' sweatshirt during Capitol riot identified
A rioter who stormed the US Capitol Wednesday wearing a sweatshirt emblazoned with the phrase "Camp Auschwitz" has been identified as Robert Keith Packer of Virginia, according to three sources who spoke with CNN.
POLITICO • Kyle Cheney, Sarah Ferris • January 12 • politico.com
Dems demand details of ‘suspicious’ Capitol visitors day before attack
Mikie Sherrill first raised alarms that some members of Congress may have provided "reconnaissance" tours to would-be insurrectionists.