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Surging Pennsylvania Senate Candidate Said She Was Leading Buses to Capitol on Jan. 6 for ‘Our 1776 Moment’

Click here to read the full article. Kathy Barnette has been surging in the run-up to Tuesday’s Republican primary for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania. Barnette’s Trumpism has been well-documented, but on Monday NBC News reported that the right-wing lawmaker was even part of the mob that marched to the Capitol last Jan. 6. CNN also reported that the candidate encouraged rally attendees, calling it “our 1776 moment” and she said in an interview that she would lead three buses to the Capitol that day. NBC News authenticated photos of Barnette in the crowd of Trump supporters, walking alongside Proud Boys, ahead...
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Amber Heard Tells Jury “Only Person Who Thinks It Is About Johnny Is Johnny” Over WaPo Op-Ed That Sparked $50M Defamation Trial; Details ‘Aquaman 2′ Role Being “Pared Down” – Update

Click here to read the full article. 2nd UPDATE, 12:18 PM: Even before the cross-examination of Amber Heard by Johnny Depp’s lawyers has began in the former Pirates of the Caribbean star’s $50 million defamation trial against his ex-wife, things got very heated and messy today in Fairfax, VA. How To Watch The Johnny Depp-Amber Heard Trial: Livestream Link & Trial Schedule “I tried to protect Johnny … and the secret I tried hard to keep for five years,” Heard loudly told the court of why she never filed charges or a LAPD report against her then-husband. “Unfortunately, all of this...
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Amber Heard Issues Statement Before Being Cross-Examined by Johnny Depp's Lawyers

Amber Heard spoke out Monday morning prior to being cross-examined by ex-husband Johnny Depp's lawyers in court. A spokesperson for Heard said in a statement obtained by PEOPLE, "There's an old saying by trial lawyers: When the facts are on your side, argue the facts; when the facts are not on your side, pound away on the podium. Today, we expect Depp's attorneys will instead pound away on the victim."

Look: Angel Hernandez Getting Crushed For Embarrassing Call

Angel Hernandez is back to being an awful umpire behind home plate. He's been the subject of numerous pathetic calls over the years and it continued on Sunday as he's umpiring a game between the Houston Astros and Washington Nationals. Hernandez called two Patrick Corbin pitches perfectly before he somehow...

Trial opens in Trump-Russia case of Hillary Clinton’s ‘Alfa Bank’ lawyer

Special Counsel John Durham’s three-year probe into the FBI and Robert Mueller’s investigations of former President Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign will reach a critical moment with Monday’s trial of former Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann. The outcome of the closely watched case in Washington, DC — the first trial to result from Durham’s virtually leak-proof efforts — will be both a test of his work and a potential harbinger of the looming 2024 election, according to observers. “If Sussmann, one of Hillary Clinton’s top campaign lawyers, is convicted, it will further confirm that Trump is a crime victim,” said Tom Fitton,...
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Here’s why Cincinnati Mayor Aftab Pureval is at the White House

CINCINNATI (WXIX) - Cincinnati Mayor Aftab Pureval will be in Washington, DC two days this week for events celebrating the heritage of Asian Americans. The White House invited Pureval to the White House Tuesday for a reception hosted by President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden in celebration of Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.

Virginia school district considering suspensions for ‘malicious misgendering’

The school board of Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) in Fairfax, Virginia, is reviewing updated rules that could potentially expose students to suspension or expulsion for “maliciously misgendering” their peers based on “frequency and intensity.” The Fairfax County Public Schools Students Rights and Responsibilities (SRR) handbook, which will be voted on May 26, includes in its updated version rules that make “malicious deadnaming” and “malicious misgendering” of classmates a Level 4 offense, which allows for a suspension up to five days “if frequency and intensity are present,” according to page 19 of the document. “Using slurs based upon the actual or perceived gender...

Woman killed in 3-vehicle crash on I-95 in Springfield identified

The woman who died in last week’s fatal three-vehicle crash on Interstate 95 in Springfield, Virginia, was identified Monday by Virginia State Police. According to authorities, Ciera T. Berry, 28, of Triangle, was driving a Nissan Altima south on I-95 around 3:30 a.m. when she tried to change lanes to the right and struck a Nissan Sentra.

MLB World Reacts To Angel Hernandez's Performance Sunday

Angel Hernandez is at it again. The polarizing umpire is behind home plate for Sunday's game between the Houston Astros and Washington Nationals. That's unsurprisingly led to some head-scratching calls. A casual fan can't name most umpires, so it's telling that the crowd booed his introduction before Hernandez even got...

The Three-Day FantasyWood Festival Transforms a Maryland Farm Into a Magical Forest

A coven of witches boiling small children in a giant cauldron. Zombies skulking around, looking for spare body parts. Colorful mermaids splashing in a tank. These are just a few of the fantastical scenes you can see at a 400-acre farm in the middle of Howard County during Memorial Day weekend. For those three days only, the Living Farm Heritage Museum (12985 Frederick Road, West Friendship, Maryland), which usually hosts educational nature walks and antique car shows, will transform into a magical forest for the FantasyWood Festival.

No foul play suspected after missing Sterling woman found dead, police say

STERLING, Va. — A 33-year-old woman from Sterling, Virginia has been found dead after she was reported missing Saturday. The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office (LCSO) found Kelley Muscara's body in the area of Kincora Drive Sunday. She was last seen alive in the 45100 block of Kincora drive. Officials said that there was concern for her well-being when she was reported missing, but they did not give any additional details.

Ex-Red Sox CEO looking to buy the Washington Nationals

The Washington Nationals could be on the market. And the former CEO of the Boston Red Sox would be interested. The New York Daily News’ Bill Madden reports he’s “Hearing that former Orioles, Padres and Red Sox CEO Larry Lucchino is quietly putting together a group to hopefully buy the Nationals if and when the Lerner family decides to put the team up for sale.”