After an eventful summer, the Jan. 6 committee is back:  to investigate

The House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the Capitol did not announce the subject of Thursday's hearings, but a series of large hearings in June and July.

In recent months, a string of Secret Service revelations has included the deletion of texts dated January 6 and the abrupt resignation of key officials.

Committee members have also called for a closer scrutiny of issues the panel has touched on in the past. Topics include the possible impeachment of then-President Donald Trump,

the Trump campaign's recruitment of fake voters for the 2020 election, and cabinet debates on Trump's post-election fundraising.

The 25th Amendment to the Constitution, ratified in 1967, allowed the Vice President, in cooperation with a majority of the president's cabinet, to remove an incompetent president from office.

Trump has raised more than $250 million in what he calls a legal defense fund to challenge the 2020 election results. Instead, according to the commission,

the money was used to pay for his official portrait, his wife's designer, and the salary of a former aide.