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All Seattle city employees had to be vaccinated against COVID by the end of the day on October 18.
Video footage also showed Manley allegedly throwing a metal rod at police officers during the riot.
KREM, a local news station in Spokane, Washington aired a pornographic clip during its Sunday broadcast.
A lawyer for Daniel Rodriguez wrote that "it offends due process to convict an individual who was acting upon authorization of a government official."
The trains' wheels were positioned too wide on the axles, which could cause a train to slip off the tracks.
Former president George W. Bush said he and former first lady Laura Bush were "deeply saddened" by Powell's death.
Photos also showed President Biden and the first lady emerging from a Michelin-starred seafood restaurant without masks.
Joshua Doolin's defense team said during a court hearing that the monitoring bracelet causes him "annoying blisters" and limits his ability to play basketball.
Slogans such as "stolen children" and "house of murder" appeared on one church. It comes after mass graves were found at Catholic Church-run schools that housed Indigenous children.
The app has previously denied allegations it used staff members to pose as citizens at incidents and said the staffer was at the Capitol of "his own volition."
Scavino is reported to have now been served after being subpoenaed last month along with Mark Meadows, Kashyap Patel, and Steve Bannon.
The airline said the cancellations and delays were triggered by bad weather and air traffic control issues.
Kendra Coles, 46, was sentenced to 78 days in jail to be served on weekends and ordered to pay back the $40,000, as well as $6,000 in restitution.
The former vice president fell out with Trump over the Capitol riots, but claims to have "amicable" relations with him now.
Richard Watrous told the FBI he went to the Capitol "as soon as" former President Donald Trump had finished making his speech.
Seattle city attorney candidate Nicole Thomas-Kennedy has said she will stop prosecutions for most misdemeanors.
Washington's federal court is clogged with Jan. 6 cases, which more than double the total number of new criminal cases filed there all of last year.
Ronald Sandlin and Nathaniel DeGrave are alleged to have discussed "shipping guns" with another defendant who pleaded guilty to a felony charge of obstruction.
The driver, 72-year-old Richard Lenhart, was fatally stabbed by a man in front of a busload of elementary school students on Friday afternoon.
"Effectively, we've had very few folks who are going to be able to maintain employment," Washington State Patrol spokesperson Chris Loftis told Newsweek.
Some customers were detained, arrested or deported after the company allowed border agents to board buses at the Spokane Intermodal Center.
In a recent survey, vehicle marketplace Bumper analyzed which states were the best for EV ownership, infrastructure and financial incentives.
"This is something that's actually going to take a lot of time, because history itself, as most people know, is a very complicated narrative," Marshall said.
Conservative figures shared the clip in an effort to downplay the riot at the Capitol on January 6.
Nine big cats, presumed positive for coronavirus, are being treated at the Smithsonian National Zoo.
Michael Eckerman has been charged with assaulting, resisting or impeding certain officers, among other federal offenses.
Representative Eric Swalwell said: "Radical Republicans are celebrating cop killers and terrorists at the U.S. Capitol."