President Biden’s commission on the U.S. Supreme Court, tasked with studying potential changes like expansion and term limits, is meeting on Friday.
The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol has subpoenaed a former Justice Department lawyer.
As the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier prepares to mark 100 years at Arlington National Ceremony, a historic first took place Friday during a guard change.
Twenty-five media and transparency groups are asking the Washington Supreme Court to allow the release of the names of the Seattle police officers who attended events in Washington D.C. on Jan. 6 — the day of the insurrection.
A North Carolina man who allegedly shut down Capitol Hill when he parked his truck next to the Library of Congress and told police he had a bomb was found competent to stand trial on Wednesday.
Local leaders are calling upon the Department of Justice and the Federal Aviation Administration to crack down on unruly passengers and assaults on airlines.
Ahead of Saturday’s “Justice for J6” rally, U.S. Capitol Police officials provided insight into some of the security measures in place.
The nation's capital is boosting security ahead of Saturday's rally that is being held to demand justice for the hundreds of people who have been charged in connection with January's insurrection.
The United States Capitol Police have asked the Department of Defense for support from the National Guard ahead of the "Justice for J6" rally planned for this weekend.
A California man who told Capitol police he was "on patrol" while espousing what they described as "white supremacist ideology" was arrested Monday morning after officers noticed a bayonet and a machete in his vehicle, which was decorated with Nazi symbols.
Law enforcement concerned by the prospect for violence at a rally in the nation’s capital next week are planning to reinstall protective fencing that surrounded the U.S. Capitol for months after the Jan. 6 insurrection there, according to a person familiar with the discussions.
A Proud Boys leader who was sentenced in August for burning a D.C. church’s Black Lives Matter banner, along with a weapons conviction, surrendered to police this week.
A Proud Boys leader who was taken into custody days before the Jan. 6 riot was sentenced to five months behind bars on Monday for burning a D.C. church’s Black Lives Matter banner, and also for weapons charge.
The suspect behind a bomb threat on Capitol Hill that prompted a massive police presence is now in custody, Capitol police said Thursday afternoon.
The Washington Monument will remain shut down on Tuesday in order to repair damage caused by a lightning strike over the weekend.
The Pentagon Force Protection Agency identified the law enforcement officer who was stabbed and killed Tuesday as Pentagon Police Officer George Gonzalez.
A suspect is on the run after multiple shots were fired and an officer was injured during an incident on a Metro bus platform that is part of the Pentagon Transit Center.
FOX 5 has learned that an arrest has been made in connection with the murder of a 6-year-old girl in Southeast D.C.
A D.C. police officer who testified for the Jan. 6 commission was subjected to an expletive-filled, threatening rant in his voice mail on Tuesday.
Two men were shot in northwest DC, according to Metro Police.