Donald Trump is marshalling his supporters for another tilt at the presidency in 2024. If he wins, American governance, alliances and democracy could be destroyed.
- by Peter Hartcher
Steve Bannon defied a subpoena from the congressional committee investigating last year’s attack on the US Capitol.
- by Sarah N. Lynch
Former White House staffers say Donald Trump was repeatedly urged to call off the violent mob but instead sat back in his private dining room and watched the rampage for hours.
- by Farrah Tomazin
After a year-long investigation, the January 6 inquiry is seeking to wrap up what may be its last hearing, even as its probe continues to heat up.
- by Hope Yen
Texts sent and received by Secret Service agents amid the January 6 attack were deleted, even after they were requested as part of an investigation into the events.
- by Farnoush Amiri
The Capitol riots investigation has revealed disturbing details of an Oval Office meeting in which Trump allies tried to convince the president to use the military to seize voting machines.
- by Farrah Tomazin
It’s a remarkable about-face for Bannon, one of the most obstinate of the committee’s potential witnesses, but it was apparently authorised by Donald Trump.
- by Luke Broadwater and Maggie Haberman
The prosecutor investigating Donald Trump’s conduct is trying to compel the former president’s allies to testify before a special grand jury.
- by Kate Brumback and Jill Colvin
Of all the officials who have given evidence about the storming of the Capitol on January 6, Wandrea Moss and her mother, Ruby Freeman, have been the bravest.
- by Jacqueline Maley
Nicholas Cowdery, QC, the longest-serving director of public prosecutions in Australian history, spent the best part of two decades up close to some of the nation’s most complex legal cases.
- by Peter FitzSimons
Just a handful of years ago, there was global hand-wringing over the death of social democracy, and yet this week, there it was, in all its righteous glory,
- by Parnell Palme McGuinness