First Prime-Time Public Hearing on Jan. 6 Attack Will Be Held Tonight

The panel's 7 democrats and 2 republicans will begin to present their findings.

After nearly a year and hundreds of interviews, the committee investigating the January 6th insurrection will take their work public.
The panel’s 7 democrats and 2 republicans will begin to present their findings tonight in a prime-time hearing. They’ll detail what they’ve described as a months-long conspiracy to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election, which culminated in the attack. The hearing is expected to include testimony from at least two witnesses, filmmaker Nick Quested, who was shooting a documentary on American extremism and capitol police officer Caroline Edwards, one of the first officers injured when the mob broke police barricades. Congressman Jim Jordan of Ohio and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy have rejected committee requests to testify.