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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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Wyoming candidate Hageman eyes seats on US House Committees

GILLETTE, Wyo. — Congressional candidate Harriet Hageman has her eyes locked on two U.S. House committees should she win a bid to represent Wyoming in Washington D.C. this year. Hageman, who’s running for Wyoming’s lone seat in the U.S. House of Representatives against incumbent Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyoming, made...
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Former partner, FBI agent to testify against ex-Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann

Hillary Clinton’s top campaign lawyer will be among the first witnesses against a former colleague who’s charged with lying to the FBI, a prosecutor revealed in court Monday. Democratic election lawyer Marc Elias could be called to the witness stand at Michael Sussmann’s trial in Washington, DC, as soon as Tuesday, said Michael Keilty, a member of special counsel John Durham’s team. FBI agent David Martin will be the prosecution’s first witness following opening statements Tuesday morning, Keilty said. Keilty made the remarks after 12 jurors and four alternates were sworn in for the trial, which is expected to last around two weeks. Reporters...

Why Johnny Depp Didn't Look at Amber Heard During Her Testimony

Amber Heard and Johnny Depp's defamation trial has resumed after a weeklong hiatus, with the 36-year-old Aquaman actress taking the stand on Monday. While the trial continues to be watched by people across the country, having been live-streamed since it began in Fairfax, Virginia in April, those paying close attention to the day-to-day workings of the courtroom have likely noticed that Depp, 58, refuses to look at his ex-wife.

UPDATED: Thousands without power in Hybla Valley after storm

(Updated at 6:30 p.m.) The thunderstorm has passed, but it has left some destruction in its wake, taking out electricity for more than 8,000 people in Fairfax County. According to PowerOutage.US, there are currently 8,707 customers without power in the county. The worst damage is in the Groveton and Hybla...

Victim in Fatal Glen Burnie Drunk Driving Accident Remembered as Wife, Mother, Grandmother and Pastor

The woman killed in a recent Glen Burnie area drunk driving accident is being remembered as a dedicated wife, mother, grandmother and pastor of a local church. On May 12, 2022, 47 year old Tramellia Nicole Wright-Fox (pictured above), of Glen Burnie, died shortly after being struck by a drunk driver while getting help with fixing a flat tire near Route 10 and Ordinance Road, the Anne Arundel County Police Department said.

Jeremy Yaruta, 36, Listed in Critical Condition Following Dirt Bike Collision with Tractor Trailer in Glen Burnie

A 36 year dirt bike rider is listed in critical condition at the Baltimore Shock Trauma Center after colliding with a tractor trailer in Glen Burnie. According to an Anne Arundel County Police press release, on May 11, 2022, at approximately 8:40 p.m., officers responded to East Ordnance Road and Blades Lane for a crash involving a commercial vehicle and an off-road dirt bike.

Local group gets creative to help families find formula amid shortage

With parents hunting for infant formula amid a nationwide shortage, one D.C.-based group is stepping up to help. “It’s been really great to see the community come together,” said Svetlana Vallie of The Napkin Network. The organization — which was created at the beginning of the pandemic —...

Alcantara dominates Nats while Sanchez struggles early in loss

MIAMI – It’s been all or nothing at all lately for the Nationals. They won by five-run and seven-run margins in their two victories over the last week. They then failed to score more than two runs in any of their four losses. On Sunday, they ran into...
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16-Year-Old Arrested After Allegedly Entering Manassas Mall With Gun: Police

A 16-year-old boy was arrested Saturday in Manassas, Virginia, after allegedly entering a mall with a gun while wearing a ski-style mask, authorities said. Prince William County police said the teen was seen concealing a firearm in his waistband before going inside the Manassas Mall on 8300 Sudley Road. After...

CHP officers shot in Riverside in 2019 receive Medal of Valor

WASHINGTON, D.C (KION) Three California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers received the Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor during a ceremony hosted by the U.S. Department of Justice earlier today in Washington, D.C.  The award presented to CHP Officers Ryan Smith, Vince Mendoza and retired CHP Officer Robert Paul is considered the highest national award for valor by a public safety officer. The post CHP officers shot in Riverside in 2019 receive Medal of Valor appeared first on KION546.