Update: The U.S. House of Representatives voted largely along party lines, 222-190, Wednesday to create a select committee to investigate the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. The only Republicans to vote for the new committee were Liz Cheney of Wyoming and Adam Kinzinger of Illinois.

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The House is expected to vote Wednesday on a select committee to launch a new investigation into the Capitol riot on Jan. 6.

This latest effort to investigate the attack comes as a sharp contrast from the last investigation committee in May, when 35 House Republicans joined Democrats to back the creation of an independent commission to examine the riot. House Republicans are now less willing to support this new legislation since most handpicked participants would be appointed by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Pelosi hopes to select a committee of 13 participants, with five picked after consultation with minority leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy. Pelosi would have the power to choose eight participants as well as overrule any participants picked by McCarthy.

McCarthy has said nothing publicly about his plans or involvement with the select committee. His only comment about the panel is that Pelosi, “never talked to me about it.”

Independent criminal investigations on the Capitol riot have been conducted by the FBI since Jan. 6. These investigations have led to more than 500 arrests.

New York Congressman Hakeem Jeffries, who chairs the House Democratic Caucus, said the committee is expected to look into what happened during the riot, why it happened and how they will prevent this type of “violent assault” from happening again. 

"We hope to get to the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth with respect to the events of Jan. 6," Jeffries said.