Todd Branden Casey, 53, faces several felonies, after authorities say he shoved a Metropolitan Police Department officer in the chest while storming the U.S. Capitol
Concerned he would be arrested, Jeffrey Sabol, 53, microwaved his laptop and dropped his phone in a body of water days after the insurrection, according to court documents
Columnist Mike Littwin notes that Georgia DA Fani Willis makes racketeering charges against Trump and 18 others — using law normally reserved for mobsters — for allegedly attempting to overturn 2020 election results.
Seventeen Coloradans have been accused of storming the Capitol. Several have been sentenced while others still await trial
Robert Gieswein is the latest Coloradan to be sentenced in the federal investigation of the Jan. 6 attacks
In “What’d I Miss?” Myra observes Denver paid a lot in settlements over claims of police abuse during the George Floyd protests.
Thomas Hamner pleaded guilty in May to interfering with law enforcement during a civil disorder. He will be on supervised release for three years after his prison term
If you were wondering whether the midterms could get any hotter, Biden’s speech made it clear that they will
I’ve read over the heavily redacted affidavit justifying the Mar-a-Lago search warrant several times because, well, it’s my job. And because it points even more directly than the warrant itself to the potential guilt of Donald J. Trump for crimes against the Constitution, truth, democracy, national security, proper filing methods, and, well, good manners, not […]
I just watched the finale of “Better Call Saul” — the “Breaking Bad” prequel that some critics rate even higher than the original. Many “Breaking Bad” fans consider this blasphemy, I know, but consider whether you’d rather spend time with Slippin’ Jimmy or Walter White. The ending to “Better Call Saul” — I promise not […]