1. Former Vice President Mike Pence discovered documents with classified markings in his Carmel, Indiana home on Jan. 16.
2. The documents were immediately put into a safe and collected by the FBI at Pence's home on Jan. 19.
3. The Department of Justice or the agency that issued the documents will need to make a final determination on whether the documents are considered classified or not.
The article is generally reliable and trustworthy, as it provides factual information about former Vice President Mike Pence's discovery of classified documents in his Carmel, Indiana home on Jan. 16 and subsequent actions taken by his team and the FBI to secure them. The article also mentions that the Department of Justice or the agency that issued the documents will need to make a final determination on whether they are considered classified or not, which is an important point of consideration for readers to be aware of when assessing its trustworthiness and reliability.
However, there are some potential biases present in this article that should be noted. Firstly, it does not provide any counterarguments or explore any other possible explanations for why these documents may have been found in Pence's home other than what he has stated himself - namely, that they were from his time as vice president. Secondly, it does not provide any evidence for its claims regarding Pence's actions after discovering the documents - such as putting them into a safe - nor does it mention any risks associated with their discovery or potential mishandling of them by Pence's team prior to their collection by the FBI. Finally, while it does mention Chairman James Comer's statement praising Pence for his transparency in comparison to Biden White House staff who "continue to withhold information from Congress and the American people," it fails to provide any evidence for this claim or explore any counterarguments regarding Biden White House staff's handling of similar situations involving classified documents.