Capitol Hill Riots

  Security ramped up at state Capitol as Biden’s inauguration nears

Jan. 20 isn’t just inauguration day. Its also the first day of the new legislative session for Hawaii.

  Trump impeached after Capitol riot in historic second charge

  The Latest: In video, Trump condemns deadly riot he fomented

  McConnell open to convicting Trump in impeachment trial

  Mix of extremists who stormed Capitol isn’t retreating

  Airbnb to block, cancel DC bookings ahead of inauguration

Twitter suspends account of ‘Proud Boys Hawaii’ founder who was in Capitol mob

Continued Coverage

  Schatz urges public to be on ‘high alert’ as Congress takes up Trump impeachment

  Trump takes no responsibility for riot, visits Texas

  ‘Our party is divided’: Republicans in Hawaii try to set a course for the future

  Hawaii extremist group leader who was in Capitol mob is released on bond

  Trump Homeland Security chief abruptly quits at tense time

NY bar association seeks Giuliani ban over ‘combat’ remarks

  Hawaii lawyer anticipates release of his client seen in mob that stormed U.S. Capitol

If convicted, lawyer for Nick Ochs says he's “looking at possibly any where from zero to six months incarceration.”

  ‘Proud Boys Hawaii’ founder arrested after returning to Honolulu following US Capitol riots

CNN earlier identified Ochs — who’s part of the “Proud Boys,” a far-right extremist group — as one of several alleged instigators of the mob.

  Hawaii GOP condemns rioters at US Capitol and Trump impeachment

The death toll from the Capitol siege rose to five Thursday with the passing of a police officer who fought with rioters.

  Capitol Police rejected offers of federal help to quell mob

Despite plenty of warnings of a possible insurrection and ample resources and time to prepare, the Capitol Police planned only for a free speech demonstration.

  Capitol siege by pro-Trump mob forces questions, ousters

  Hawaii’s congressional delegation backs effort to remove Trump from office

  Man who ran for office in Hawaii among ‘Proud Boys’ who stormed US Capitol

  Social platforms lock down Trump accounts, some indefinitely

  Trump finally concedes -- amid talk of ouster from office

  Lawmakers openly discuss ousting Trump, possible impeachment

  Biden win confirmed after pro-Trump mob storms US Capitol

Congress confirmed Democrat Joe Biden as the presidential election winner early Thursday after a violent mob loyal to President Donald Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol in a stunning attempt to overturn America’s presidential election, undercut the nation’s democracy and keep Trump in the White House.

  Woman fatally shot at Capitol echoed Trump on social media

Ashli Babbitt’s husband, Aaron Babbitt, told KSWB-TV, a Fox affiliate in San Diego, that he and his wife, 35, live in San Diego and that she was in Washington on Wednesday to support Trump.

  Hawaii GOP chair: ‘We must begin the peaceful transfer of power’

The chair of the Hawaii Republican Party on Thursday accepted Joe Biden’s presidential win despite contradictions on social media.

  Capitol police chief defends response to ‘criminal’ rioters

Lawmakers are vowing an investigation into how Capitol police handled Wednesday’s violent breach at the Capitol, saying it “raises grave security concerns.″

  Congress certifies Biden win after pro-Trump mob storms US Capitol

Congress eventually confirmed Democrat Joe Biden won the presidential election after violent protesters loyal to President Donald Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol, forcing lawmakers into hiding.

  Chaos, violence, mockery as pro-Trump mob occupies Congress

An announcement was played inside the Capitol as lawmakers were meeting and expected to vote to affirm Joe Biden’s victory. Due to an “external security threat,” no one could enter or exit the Capitol complex, the recording said.

  Twitter, Facebook suspend Trump amid Capitol violence

Facebook and Twitter removed a short video by President Donald Trump in which he urged supporters who stormed the U.S. Capitol Wednesday to “go home” while also repeating false accusations about the integrity of the presidential election.

  Biden urges restoring decency after ‘assault’ on democracy

President-elect Joe Biden is calling for the restoration of “just simple decency” after a mob incited by his predecessor stormed the U.S. Capitol and delayed Congress from certifying the results of November’s election in which Biden won the White House.

  Members of Hawaii’s congressional delegation recount a terrifying day in DC

Hawaii News Now spoke with U.S. Rep. Ed Case while he was locked down in his office. U.S. Rep. Kai Kahele was sheltering in place with his wife and children away from the Capitol Hill. Both Senators Mazie Hirono and Brian Schatz tweeted that they were safe.

  Hawaii Republican, Democratic parties issue joint statement calling for calm

“We strongly denounce today’s storming of the U.S. Capitol."

  Trump supporters, detractors gather in Hawaii; most condemn pro-Trump mob in DC

“The violence has got to stop. That is not the way we do things,”

  Amid violence, Trump says, ‘Remember this day forever!’

In a video message tweeted as authorities struggled to take control of Capitol Hill, President Trump refused to refrain from promoting his baseless allegations of mass voter fraud and said loyalists who had swarmed the seat of American democracy were “very special.”

  Amid violence, members of Hawaii’s delegation in DC took to Twitter to confirm they were safe

US Sen. Mazie Hirono tweeted out an update at 10:55 a.m., thanking everyone for their concern.

Former presidents Obama, Bush, Clinton denounce violence at U.S. Capitol

Three of the living former presidents of the United States issued statements denouncing those acts of ‘insurrection.’

  Protesters swarm Statehouses across US; some evacuated

Protesters who back President Donald Trump massed outside statehouses from Georgia to New Mexico on Wednesday, leading to some evacuations as cheers rang out in reaction to the news that pro-Trump demonstrators had stormed the U.S. Capitol.

  Pence defies Trump, says he can’t reject electoral votes

In the days before the joint session, President Trump has pressured his vice president to toss electors from battleground states that voted for Biden to overturn the will of voters.

  Ige condemns violence in the US Capitol as ‘assault on democracy’

A small number of protesters have gathered at the Hawaii Capitol and they are remaining peaceful.