Tucker Carlson aired previously unseen footage from the January 6 Capitol riot, arguing the footage proves Jan. 6 was not an insurrection.
Was the event widely referred to as the Jan. 6 Capitol riot truly an “insurrection,” or just a riot? Media outlets on the left and right reveal political bias in how they describe the events of Jan. 6.
In 2022, the U.S. House Select Committee on the January 6 Capitol riot held nine public hearings in an effort to reveal evidence acquired in the investigation to tell the story of the storming of the U.S. Capitol. AllSides conducted an analysis of 50 news stories from prominent U.S. news outlets covering five of the most-prominent public hearings. Here’s what we uncovered.
The divide over which riots mattered more was evidenced by a recent discussion between two AllSides team members.
One testimony from the hearings has been particularly overlooked, but no words from these hearings will end up mattering more.
The House committee probing the Jan. 6, 2021 Capitol riot held its first public hearing Thursday.
A few hours after Biden concluded his Jan. 6 remarks, a potentially uncomfortable challenge to the Democrats’ anti-Trump commitment emerged at the Capitol.
Left- and center-rated outlets have focused more than right-rated sources on the Jan. 6 committee's investigations, the trials of Jan. 6 rioters and who they are, and Trump's role and culpability.
The House committee investigating January 6 revealed text messages sent to Trump's chief of staff by his son and Fox News personalities.
Left- and right-rated media offered extensive coverage of former President Donald Trump and the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse this week, but the framing often differed greatly.