Trump loyalist Steve Bannon Jan. 6 committee

Steven Bannon is now willing to testify in front of the House select committee looking into last year’s Capitol riot 

The letter, which was sent to the investigating body late Saturday night, told them about the change, lawmakers said...

Bannon, a former White House strategist, and Trump ally was charged with two criminal counts of contempt of Congress...

He claimed his testimony is protected by Trump’s claim of executive privilege, even though the committee argued that claim was..

Bannon was fired from a White House role in 2017. Trump said he’d waive the privilege assertion, according to a letter to...

Rep. Jamie Raskin, a Maryland Democrat, said on CBS’ “Face the Nation” he believes Bannon “had a change of heart” after watching...

“He’s decided that he wants to come in, and if he wants to come in, I’m certain that the committee would be very interested in...

No one knows if or how much Bannon plans to help once he shows up. He has said he’d rather appear in a public hearing...

Raskin said, “Every witness has been treated the same way: they come in and talk to the committee there.” “They take an oath...

The committee thinks Bannon “knew exactly what was going to happen on Jan. 6 before it did,” based on what he said in a...