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Controversial GOP Representative Madison Cawthorn was hit with a legal challenge to his re-election hopes on Monday, as a group of voters filed a lawsuit contending that his comments at a rally the morning of January 6th, 2021 disqualified him from running for office as they violated the 14th Amendment of the Constitution.

President Biden framed insurrection as an attack on democracy, echoing the messaging of his 2020 presidential campaign of bringing America back together.

The hero cop who lured a violent group of white supremacists away from the corridors that safely hid lawmakers at the U.S. Capitol during the insurrection is now being sought after by Vice President Mike Pence. Too bad he's not interested in hearing what the VP has to say.

Almost two weeks from the violent insurrection on the U.S. Capitol, the FBI is making major headway on arresting white supremacists across the country. We've collected the top 15 arrests you should know about that's made headlines so far.

In one of the most harrowing images to emerge from the so-called insurrection, Eugene Goodman averted the angry mob away from the Senate chambers.

Adam Johnson is suspected of being one of several members of domestic terrorists who attacked the U.S. Capitol.

Ainsley Earhardt says that the 75 million people who voted for outgoing president Donald Trump are, "worried about what the future of this country looks like. They are confused and heartbroken that their candidate didn't win and they don't want to be forgotten."