Police will be on high alert Saturday for the “Justice for J6” rally at the U.S. Capitol, and officers from Maryland could be called in to help. Possibly hundreds of people are expected to gather in support of those charged in the January 6th riot.
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CBS4's Eliott Rodriguez reports a top U.S. military leader was concerned the commander-in-chief might launch an unnecessary war.
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In Stephen's Tuesday night monologue he looks at revelations from Bob Woodward's new book, which alleges that China and the Pentagon each had serious concerns about the former president's access to nuclear weapons, and he checks on friend of the show Nicki Minaj after her comments about vaccines set off a social media firestorm. #Colbert #Comedy #Monologue
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Hundreds of protesters are expected to gather in Washington, D.C., on Saturday for a rally supporting the January 6 Capitol rioters. The "Justice for J6" rally is expected to be much smaller, but officials are preparing using lessons they learned from January 6. CBS News homeland security and justice reporter Nicole Sganga joins CBSN "Red & Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano with more.
New police body camera footage captured a visibly distraught Gabrielle “Gabby” Petito and her fiancé after an alleged physical altercation between them on a
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YouTubeA young woman who mysteriously vanished while road tripping across the U.S. with her fiancé got into a physical altercation with him two weeks before he returned to Florida without her, according to a police report obtained by The Daily Beast. And while the couple’s online postings made the journey appear perfectly idyllic, the strain of having been together nonstop for months on end had in fact escalated tensions between the two, the document provided by the Moab City, Utah, Police Depar
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A man was killed, and two others injured Thursday in a brawl at a landmark cheesesteak restaurant in Philadelphia, authorities said.
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REUTERS/Kevin MohattMonths before George Floyd was murdered by police in Minneapolis, the death of Elijah McClain in Aurora, Colorado, sparked broad outrage at what critics painted as lethal brutality by racist cops.On Wednesday, state attorney general Phil Weiser added new fuel to the fire, releasing a damning probe that detailed systemic racism in the department behind the young man’s brutal demise.In August 2019, McClain, a 23-year-old Black man, was walking home in Aurora when local police t
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Why is Trump the only ex-president willing to say the truth about Bush?
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A woman told authorities she performed sexual acts on a hospital employee in Fort Worth out of fear.
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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte would rather “die first” before facing an international tribunal, his spokesman said Thursday, the day after the International Criminal Court announced it would investigate allegations of crimes against humanity during his bloody war on drugs. Duterte’s spokesman, Harry Roque, said the president was unfazed when he’d informed him late Wednesday of the court’s decision. “The president didn’t have any reaction, because from the get go, he has said that he’ll die first before he faces any international courts,” Roque told reporters.
Corrections officer arrested after assault of bank employee in Grover Beach
A fitness influencer and bodybuilder was charged with 6 counts of drug possession after investigators say she received a package of steroids
A Canadian bodybuilder and Instagram influencer, Melissa Kate Bumstead, was arrested after police say she received a package of steroids.
Sorry, Scarface. Your beloved Miami Beach house, which you purchased for $40,000 in 1928, is scheduled to be torn down. The new owners of your Florida refuge, who purchased it for $10.75 million this summer, told the Miami Herald that the house has flood damage and standing water under it. One of the owners, prominent […]
Sgt. Welton Simpson was convicted via bench trial on Monday of giving a false statement to law enforcement and misconduct […] The post Baltimore officer convicted of lying about altercation shown in viral video appeared first on TheGrio.
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Angry that her husband and brother are jailed on criminal charges, a former Staten Island woman used her Facebook account to make a death threat against a federal prosecutor who worked one of their cases, authorities say. Yasmeya Mehmeti, 37, said that unless her brother, Pearlie Johnson, was freed, she would also demand another federal prosecutor and an assistant district attorney in Staten ...
RAW: Surveillance Video of Suspects Who Left Walnut Creek Restaurant Without Paying, Fired Gun Outside
Police in Walnut Creek have released surveillance videos that show a couple who tried to leave a restaurant without paying their bill before the male suspect fired shots outside the establishment as they drove off. (9-14-2021)
What happened to Gabby Petito? Private investigators say police are 'on the right track' focusing on the missing road tripper's boyfriend
Private investigators told Insider that since Brian Laundrie is likely the last person who saw Gabby Petito, talking to him is key to figuring out what happened.
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The 33-year-old was a bishop in Nampa’s 30th Ward for over a year.
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“You disgrace the USA,” she told the active serviceman at a pizzeria in Connecticut.
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A Michigan lawmaker ordered to jail in a drunken driving case is accused of taping a handcuff key to his foot. The key was discovered when state Rep. Jewell Jones, a Detroit-area Democrat, was placed in jail Tuesday for violating bond conditions, authorities said. "He truly believes that he doesn’t have to follow the judge’s orders, doesn’t have to follow rules,” said Livingston County Sheriff Michael Murphy, who runs the jail.