Arrested in Capitol Riot: Organized Militants and a Horde of Radicals
Yes, there were Proud Boys, QAnon zealots and military veterans. But most of those arrested so far were united largely by a belief that the election was stolen, a New York Times analysis found.
By Jennifer Valentino-DeVries, Grace Ashford, Denise Lu, Eleanor Lutz, Alex Leeds Matthews and Karen Yourish
The 147 Republicans Who Voted to Overturn Election Results
Republican lawmakers raised objections to the official certification of electoral votes in a joint session of Congress that went into the wee hours of Thursday morning, in a futile effort to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election. See who supported the objections.
By Karen Yourish, Larry Buchanan and Denise Lu
How a Pro-Trump Mob Stormed the U.S. Capitol
Hundreds of people barreled past fence barricades and clashed with police officers in an attempt to disrupt the certification of the Electoral College results.
By Larry Buchanan, Lazaro Gamio, Christina Kelso, Dmitriy Khavin, Lauren Leatherby, Alicia Parlapiano, Scott Reinhard, Anjali Singhvi, Derek Watkins and Karen Yourish
What to Expect When Congress Meets to Certify Biden’s Victory
A normally perfunctory joint session will be more dramatic than usual on Wednesday as some Republican lawmakers plan to object to the electoral vote count. Their effort, based on spurious claims of widespread voter fraud, is all but certain to fail.
By Larry Buchanan and Karen Yourish
Since Election Day, a Lot of Tweeting and Not Much Else for Trump
President Trump has tweeted an average of 28 times a day in the last three weeks, mostly lamenting the results of the election, even as the coronavirus pandemic reached new heights across the country.
By Karen Yourish and Larry Buchanan