The U.S. House of Representatives has voted to impeach President Donald Trump for a record second time.
He was first impeached by the Democratic-led House of Representatives in December 2019 over his dealings with Ukraine.
Trump was acquitted by the Republican-led Senate last February and remained in power.
A majority of the House’s 435 members approved bringing charges, known as “articles of impeachment”.
House Democrats accused the 74-year-old president of inciting the “lawless action” that took place at the Capitol on 6 January.
Some Republicans joined Democrats in voting for the article of impeachment, charging him with “incitement of insurrection.”
The process will move to the Senate, the upper chamber.
A two-thirds majority of the Senate is needed to convict him, meaning at least 17 Republicans in the current make-up of the 100-member chamber would have to vote for conviction.