DC police names second officer suicide after Capitol riot, rails against Army's 'tepid' response

A second police officer who responded to the U.S. Capitol riot has died by suicide, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department Acting Chief Robert J. Contee told Congress Tuesday. Contee, delivering testimony to the House Appropriations Committee, also described a “tepid response” from the Army, which he claimed was concerned over optics of having boots on the ground…

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Charles Hurt: 'Defund the Police' on Hiatus After Capitol Riot

Rioters clad in paramilitary gear and chanting “balance the federal budget!” swarmed the streets of Seattle last week smashing store windows and bludgeoning innocent citizens walking down the street. Former Vice President Mike Pence issued a fundraising plea to collect bail money for rioters who stormed the Capitol to get them out of jail in…

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North Korea Conducting Trials of COVID-19 Vaccine Developed From Stolen Tech

North Korea has begun Phase 3 clinical trials of a vaccine against the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19 based on manufacturing processes stolen through computer “hacking activities,” a South Korean-based website dedicated to covering its northern neighbor reported, citing an anonymous source in the communist nation. Although North Korea officially claims the country has no…

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Senators discussing Trump censure resolution

Senators are discussing a potential censure resolution against former President TrumpDonald TrumpBlinken holds first calls as Biden’s secretary of State Senators discussing Trump censure resolution Dobbs: Republicans lost in 2020 because they ‘forgot who was the true leader’ MORE as it becomes increasingly clear that his second impeachment trial is likely to end in acquittal.A spokesperson…

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Likely Biden deputy labor secretary pick could face Senate scrutiny over California unemployment fraud

California Labor Secretary Julie Su, President Biden’s reported pick to serve as deputy secretary in the US Department of Labor, could face tough scrutiny in the Senate regarding her handling of unemployment claims in the state during the coronavirus pandemic.The Biden administration is expected to announce Su’s nomination this week, and the former civil rights…

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Ex-Secretary of State Pompeo Joins Conservative DC Think Tank

Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reportedly will remain in Washington, D.C., to join a conservative think tank. Pompeo accepted a job with the Hudson Institute, a D.C. non-profit, Axios reported Tuesday. The ability to engage in policy discussions and remain close to major Republican Party donors could help Pompeo possibly make a run for…

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Curt Schilling defends legacy, knocks 'cowards' after missing baseball Hall of Fame

Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling said he was “at peace” after failing to receive the required votes to be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.Schilling received 285 of the 401 votes, 71 percent, just 4 points shy of the 75 percent needed for inductions, the Boston Globe reports. However, none of the candidates…

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Rand Paul: Impeachment Trial 'Dead on Arrival' — Democrats 'Don't Have the Votes to Win'

Tuesday, in an appearance on FNC’s “Fox News Primetime,” Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) reacted to the 55-45 vote in the U.S. Senate earlier in the day, which paved the way for former President Donald Trump’s impeachment to proceed on a constitutional basis. Paul insisted the process was still unconstitutional and pointed out that Chief Justice…

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YouTube Temporarily Suspends Trump Lawyer Giuliani From Partner Program

YouTube temporarily suspended former President Donald Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani from its partner program last week, the Alphabet Inc unit said on Tuesday, citing repeated violation of its policy that prevents what it has deemed false claims of widespread fraud in the 2020 U.S. presidential election. The partner program gives content creators greater access to…

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Giuliani election witness who testified at Michigan hearing says she's running for state house seat

A conservative activist in Michigan who Rudy Giuliani called to testify during a hearing on election fraud says she is running for a local state House seat. Melissa Carone, an IT worker, testified before a Michigan House panel in early December that she had seen electoral fraud take place.A Wayne County judge found her allegations “simply are not credible,”…

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