Mark Zaid, attorney for Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn, responds to Fox News’ Tucker Carlson’s attack on Dunn and speaks to how these kind of statements revive the pain for Capitol Police officers. Former RNC Chairman Michael Steele joins in the conversation.
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Garrett Haake talks to new Capitol Police Chief Thomas Manger about why he came out of retirement and next steps for the department after the January 6th attack.
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Gov. Gavin Newsom slammed what he called a “right-wing echo chamber” and disinformation by some political leaders during the pandemic.
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The shooting was reported just before 1 a.m. Monday in the Como neighborhood of Fort Worth.
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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
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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.
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A gunman in Fort Worth, Texas, opened fire on a group of people, killing one person before being stoned to death.
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.
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The disturbing voicemail D.C. Officer Michael Fanone received while testifying about Jan. 6 insurrection
On Don Lemon Tonight Tuesday, not long after giving testimony at the first House committee hearing to investigate the Capitol insurrection, D.C. Metropolitan Police Officer Michael Fanone shared a disturbing voicemail he received from a stranger while he was testifying. But not before a serious warning from host Don Lemon. “It includes some incredibly offensive language, but we think people need to hear the kind of attacks that these officers are facing right now. Just for telling the truth about January 6th,” Lemon said, before playing the near-minute long voicemail that was filled with expletives and offensive language directed at Fanone and other police officers. Some Republicans have claimed recently that there was no armed insurrection, a stance that Fanone called “disgraceful” during his testimony Tuesday, and why he said a voicemail like this can and does happen. “I remember my first reaction immediately after listening to that phone call,” Fanone said. “This is what happens to people that tell the truth in Trump's America.”
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.
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A video shows soccer players leaping over a fence for safety as the shooting began.
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The mail carrier walked up to Charlie Holley’s Florida City townhouse and tried to leave a small box addressed to “Whitey white.”
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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.
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Nathaniel David Rowland was found guilty of the 2019 kidnapping and murder of Samantha Josephson, a University of South Carolina senior.
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Woman exposes boyfriend's alleged cheating after noticing suspicious detail in his photo: 'You're dealing with betrayal'
A TikTok user went viral after apparently catching her boyfriend being unfaithful.
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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.
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Tou Ger XiongAs a raging wildfire burned behind him late last month, Soobleej Kaub Hawj drove a white GMC pickup truck away from his new home in Siskiyou County, a mountainous region in Northern California. The 35-year-old was originally from Kansas City, and had moved there recently to help his family, who are members of a growing 4,000-strong community that includes prolific cultivators of cannabis plants.It was June 28, and Hawj’s wife and children were in a car behind him. They, too, were fl
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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.
Nigeria's plan to have Sunday Igboho extradited are fading as he faces criminal accusations in Benin.
Commissioners in Shiawassee County, Michigan, paid themselves as much as $25,000 in bonuses. One commissioner said she “earned it.”