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Tucker Carlson repeatedly interviewed a man he described as a disabled veteran. The FBI is accusing the same man of organizing an Oath Keepers militia to aid the Capitol insurrection.
Thomas Caldwell was indicted Thursday on charges of seditious conspiracy and faces up to 20 years in prison.
- USA TODAY
Hundreds of packages were stolen out of cargo containers in downtown Los Angeles, leaving the train tracks cluttered with garbage and packages.
- In The Know by Yahoo
Man sparks massive family debate after gifting a $50,000 lottery ticket for Christmas: ‘You’re not giving it away’
His wife refused to part with the money.
The estranged wife of indicted leader of Oath Keepers tells CNN he is a 'dangerous man' and 'complete sociopath'
The wife of Oath Keepers leader Stewart Rhodes said she was relieved that he has been indicted as she "lived in fear" of him showing up at her house.
- Biloxi Sun Herald
Almost three dozen family friends came to search in New Orleans, and found clues left behind.
- NY Daily News
Homeless man shoves stranger to her death in Times Square subway station, then confesses: NYPD sources
An oft-arrested homeless man silently shoved an unsuspecting stranger to her death beneath a Times Square subway train Saturday morning, then quickly confessed to the heinous attack, authorities said. Michelle Alyssa Go was randomly targeted about 9:30 a.m. by Simon Martial, 61, as she waited for the R train in the Times Square-42nd St. station, a high-ranking police source said. There was no ...
- NBC News
A Florida police sergeant has been relieved of his supervisory responsibilities and is under investigation after he was filmed grabbing an officer by her throat, according to officials.
Dozens of freight cars are broken into every day on Los Angeles's railways by thieves who take advantage of the trains' stops to loot packages bought online, leaving thousands of gutted boxes and products that will never reach their destinations.
- The Daily Beast
GoFundMe/Antoinajah EdwardsWhen a 16-year-old girl was shot and killed while working at a Burger King drive-thru in Milwaukee earlier this month, the horrific news reverberated around the nation. Tens of thousands of dollars in donations poured in and Niesha Harris-Brazell’s devastated family wondered how she could be taken “in the blink of an eye.” But after spending two weeks piecing together events, investigators have made the bombshell allegation in court documents that Harris-Brazell was ki
- Business Insider
3 women charged with assaulting Delta employees after flight attendants told them they couldn't board a flight to Puerto Rico because they were too drunk, prosecutors say
The US Attorney's Office in the Eastern District of New York said two Delta employees were taken to the hospital following the incident.
- Business Insider
Mexico seizes 380,000 boxes of Kellogg's cereal, claiming they feature cartoons that breach laws designed to improve children's diets
The raid mainly took place at a warehouse located north of Mexico City. The country is clamping down on food companies that market to children.
- The Abilene Reporter-News
Just 26, he was part of the coverage of JFK's assassination in Dallas, and then part of that history.
- Chicago Tribune
Chicago’s postmaster has left after seven months in the position. Eddie Morgan, who has been leading the U.S. Postal Service’s Chicago district, returned Monday to his previous role as postmaster in Kansas City, Missouri, USPS Chicago district spokesman Timothy Norman confirmed Friday. No replacement has yet been named. Norman did not give a reason for Morgan’s departure. Morgan replaced the ...
Judge Robert Adrian said five months in prison was "plenty of punishment" for sexual assault.
A Korean man ended up injured after trying to help a homeless man in New York City the day before National Korean American Day. The incident, which was caught on surveillance video, occurred on East 41st Street and 5th Avenue in Midtown at round 8:30 a.m. on Jan. 12, according to 1010 WINS. In the video, the victim, identified by NBC New York as 59-year-old Sang Park, can be seen removing his coat and approaching Xavier Israel, 25, to cover him with the coat.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
New criminal complaint alleges Milwaukee Burger King robbery that left a 16-year-old cashier dead was staged
A Burger King employee told police that she, her father and Niesha Harris-Brazell were in on a plan to stage the robbery.
Kroger workers experienced hunger, homelessness, and couldn't pay their rent in 2021. Its CEO made $22 million the previous year.
The median worker pay at Kroger was $24,617 in 2021, researchers found, meaning the CEO made 909 times the pay of the average worker.
- Times Record News
"Opening up more space for the older rites has deepened conflict in the Church and led to politicization of the Eucharist," notes Rita Ferrone.
Cartels have begun to target the lucrative crop and farmers are arming themselves.
Detectives said the incident started on SR-18 near the Tiger Mountain summit when the victim, in a black GMC Sierra truck, was involved in a road rage incident with another driver as they were approaching the summit.