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Nick Kyrgios gushes over girlfriend Costeen Hatzi after historic tournament wins

Teamwork makes the dream work. Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios credited girlfriend Costeen Hatzi after he made history at the Citi Open in Washington D.C. on Sunday with a 6-4, 6-3 victory over Yoshihito Nishioka. Hatzi — a Sydney-based blogger — took to Instagram to celebrate “[her] boy” in a series of Instagram posts that showed the couple all smiles with Kyrgios’ doubles partner, American Jack Sock, and his wife Laura. “My boy made history 🏆,” Hatzi wrote, including a photo of the couple with Kyrgios’ manager Daniel Horsfall and Will Maher, the pro’s physical therapist. “A very well earned...
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More Shots Fired and Damaging Property in Severn

Anne Arundel County Police report that there were two separate incidents of shots being fired in Severn, this past Friday, August 5. The first happened at about Noon. Police say, “An officer heard multiple gunshots fired in the area of Meade Village Road and Meade Village Circle in Severn. Several buildings and parked vehicles were struck by projectiles. Numerous spent shell casings were recovered from the scene. No injuries were reported. ”
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A fire that killed two Maryland sisters while they were on vacation is under investigation

BALTIMORE -- A summer vacation home in the Hamptons is at the center of a Potomac family's heartache and the focus of a fire investigation.That is because two Marylander sisters died early Wednesday morning in a house fire in Suffolk County, New York, police said.Jillian and Lindsay Wiener, from Potomac, Maryland, were on vacation in the Long Island town of Noyack with their brother Zachary, mother, Alisa, and father, Lewis, according to the Southampton Police Department.About 3:35 a.m., town authorities received a call about a fire at the home on Spring Lane. Fire departments from five different towns responded to...
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Gen. Kellogg: Trump did request Nat’l Guard troops on Jan. 6th; asks Congress to release his testimony

Retired U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg said last week that former President Donald Trump did in fact request National Guard troops be deployed in Washington D.C. before the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. Kellogg said he was present at the time of Trump’s request, and Congress should release his testimony to the public.
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More Bad News for Alex Jones: The Jan. 6 Committee Now Has His Texts

Click here to read the full article. The Jan. 6 committee is in possession of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones’ text messages spanning a period of approximately two years, CNN reported on Monday. The trove of Jones’ communications come by way of Mark Bankston, an attorney representing two parents of Sandy Hook victims in their lawsuit against Jones. Or, rather, they come by way of Jones’ own lawyer. In a stunning moment during the InfoWars host’s defamation trial, which resulted in a jury finding that Jones owes $45.2 million in punitive damages for lying about the 2012 school shooting, Bankston informed the court...
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Police officer accidentally shot and killed by retired lieutenant during training exercise at DC library

A retired Washington DC police officer has been charged with manslaughter after a city library police officer was shot and killed during a training session.Officials say that Jesse Porter, 58, was conducting the session on baton use for special police officers at the Anacostia Neighborhood Library when he fired a shot that killed Maurica Manyan.First responders were called to the scene and found the 25-year-old victim had been shot in a conference room and was “unconscious and not breathing”.Mr Porter, who retired as a Metro PD lieutenant in 2020, was working as a private contractor and leading a...
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How to watch Commanders vs. Panthers Preseason

Football season is finally here. The Washington Commanders' 2022 season unofficially kicks off on Saturday, Aug. 13, when the Burgundy and Gold welcome the Carolina Panthers to FedEx Field in Week 1 of the preseason. Washington head coach Ron Rivera stated on Aug. 6 that Carson Wentz will play in...
CHARLOTTE, NC
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Biggest burning questions for Nats’ top upper-level prospects

It’s been a long time since the Nationals’ farm system has been as big of a focal point as it is right now, but that’s the position the organization finds itself after trading star players away for prospect capital the last two trade deadlines. While the major-league...
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Feds seek 8-year prison term for officer who stormed Capitol

Federal prosecutors are recommending an eight-year prison sentence for an off-duty Virginia police officer who was convicted by a jury of storming the U.S. Capitol to obstruct Congress from certifying President Joe Biden’s 2020 electoral victory. Former Rocky Mount Police Sgt. Thomas Robertson used his law enforcement training to block police officers who were trying to protect the Capitol from a mob’s attack on Jan. 6, 2021, prosecutors said in a court filing Thursday supporting their sentencing recommendation. “Instead of using his training and power to promote the public good, he attempted to overthrow the government,” they wrote. An eight-year prison sentence would be the longest among hundreds of Capitol riot cases. The lengthiest so far is seven years and three months for Guy Reffitt, a Texas man who attacked the Capitol while armed with a holstered handgun.
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