Biden signed the Crime Victims Fund Act, which takes money from criminal fines and uses it to increase funding for victims of violent crimes.
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- Rolling Stone
Watch: Marjorie Taylor Greene and Matt Gaetz Get Heckled off the Stage While Defending Capitol Rioters
Greene has been publicly harassing people she opposes for years. On Tuesday, the tables were turned
- Business Insider
Police officer responds to GOP claims that Capitol rioters were tourists: 'If that's what American tourists are like, I can see why foreign countries don't like American tourists'
Officer Daniel Hodges referred to insurrectionists as "terrorists" and defended his remarks by reading the definition of domestic terrorism under US law.
The Fox News personality mocked police officers who testified about fending off violent Donald Trump supporters with a spoof awards ceremony.
A woman facing multiple hate crime charges for a string of attacks against Asian Americans in New York City was held without bail over the weekend. What she did: Maricia Bell, 25, was arrested on Thursday for allegedly attacking four Asian Americans, beginning in May. All incidents took place in Queens, according to NBC New York. Bell allegedly punched a 24-year-old man in the face, took his glasses and ran off, as per CBS New York.
- Washington Examiner
A gunman in Fort Worth, Texas, opened fire on a group of people, killing one person before being stoned to death.
- Washington Examiner
An Oklahoma man whose home is adorned with Nazi insignias claimed he is immune from prosecution because he feared an "imminent antifa attack" before police said he shot a fleeing woman who stole one of his flags last June.
Home Depot deploys Bluetooth to combat organized retail crime, by preventing stolen items from working
Home Depot Inc. is using Bluetooth to deter organized retail crime, such as coordinated groups that steal from the retailer and take the goods to pawnshops or resell them on online marketplaces. Home Depot (HD) is piloting the use of the technology on power tools at select stores across select states. A stolen item equipped with this Bluetooth technology won’t operate.
- Miami Herald
The mail carrier walked up to Charlie Holley’s Florida City townhouse and tried to leave a small box addressed to “Whitey white.”
- KTRK – Houston
In the video, you see a person sneaking up toward the victim's passenger door as the heist happens. Now, police believe a team of robbers did this.
Pro-Trump political commentator Julie Kelly called police officers testifying at the Capitol riot inquiry 'crisis actors'
Officers Michael Fanone and Harry Dunn offered testimony about how they were attacked while defending the Capitol.
- NBC News
Nathaniel David Rowland was found guilty of the 2019 kidnapping and murder of Samantha Josephson, a University of South Carolina senior.
Atlanta police officer suspended after video appears to show him kicking handcuffed woman in the head
Video posted to Instagram purports to show the aftermath of a "domestic incident" in the Summerhill area of Atlanta.
He kissed up to Trump only for the former president to endorse his rival.
- Yahoo News UK
Alan Styles groomed victims as young as eight years old between 2014 and 2018.
- Associated Press
A red siren perched atop a small town’s volunteer fire department sounds every night at 6 p.m., sending a piercing noise echoing through the ranches and towns of northern Nevada’s Carson Valley including Dresslerville — a community governed by the Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California. To Serrell Smokey, the tribe's chairman, the sound is a reminder of racism and violence inflicted upon Native Americans — a "living piece of historical trauma” with an enduring legacy. “The siren is a reminder to a lot of people out here, especially in Dresslerville, of that past,” he said of the tribal community just 5 miles (8 kilometers) south, where stories of brutality have been passed down generations.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
All-SEC player allegedly did not report millions in income on tax returns.
- NBC News
Phillip Campas, 35, was a five-year veteran of the force and had served as a Marine in Afghanistan.
- Raleigh News and Observer
Police say the child was left unattended in the living room when he found the gun.
Capitol riot suspect who bragged about macing cops, posed for pictures with Trump allies has been charged with assault
Samuel Lazar, 35, reportedly attended an event in support of Rudy Giuliani even as he was on an FBI wanted list for his role in the Capitol riot.