Prepared remarks obtained by the Associated Press reveal that Miller's upcoming testimony before Congress amount to the most detailed account of the Pentagon's actions following accusations that officials were slow to call in the National Guard.
A Russian-speaking ransomware syndicate that stole data from the Washington, D.C., police department said it rejected an initial offer of a $100,000 payment and that if more money is not offered, it will release sensitive information that could put lives at risk.
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"Muriel Bowser is one of the least impressive, most irrational political leaders in the history of the country," Carlson said. "Her order is among other things, stupid and crazy."
The defendant allegedly assaulted law enforcement officers during the insurrection.
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W. Va.) said that members of Congress who want Washington, D.C. to become a state "should propose a constitutional amendment and let the people of America vote."
DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said in March that ransomware "now poses a national security threat."
Michael Sherwin, the former acting U.S. attorney in Washington, D.C., has left the Justice Department and can no longer suffer disciplinary consequences for comments he made to CBS' "60 Minutes" about the January 6 Capitol attack.
A group of concerned animal lovers managed to save an elephant seal pup after it was discovered trapped in a storm drain.
"It was nothing that I had ever thought would be part of my law enforcement career and nor was I prepared to experience," Fanone told CNN.
Police said the teenager's baby is expected to live after an emergency operation was carried out.
The freshmen Democratic congressman said keeping Washington, D.C.'s 700,000 residents without full representation is "unconscionable."
In an alleged text message sent to a relative, Kelly wrote: "Inside White house [sic] via breaking in windows."
"While these are the first cases of a pet testing positive in Washington, they are not the first in the U.S.," the Washington State Department of Agriculture said in a press release.
"For far too long, the more than 700,000 people of Washington, D.C., have been deprived of full representation in the U.S. Congress," the Office of Management and Budget said.
Michael A. Bolton, the inspector general for the U.S. Capitol Police, spoke before a House committee on Thursday to recommend what needs to be changed within the force.
The Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, D.C., is looking for a suspect who allegedly shot a man in the head after she sideswiped his car early Thursday morning.
The New Spirit Revival Center founder made the claims on his radio show while discussing the recent review about the January 6 disorder.
The Department of Justice said the Capitol Police officer who shot her on January 6 would not face criminal charges.
There have been hundreds of people arrested in connection to the January 6 attack so far amid an ongoing FBI investigation.
The Village Theatre asked potential employees: "How do/would you disrupt the toxic whiteness of the musical theater genre?" and "What does anti-racism look like in your classroom?".
Nearly 400 people have so far been charged in connection with the January 6 attack in Washington, D.C.
Some COVID-19 restrictions, including mask mandates, were gradually eased from 2020 as well as in recent months this year.
Gus Papathanasiou, chairman of the U.S. Capitol Police Labor Committee, said hundreds of officers could "put in their retirement papers tomorrow" if changes are not made.
Facebook posts appearing to be from Noah Green, the 25-year-old man linked to Friday's attack on Capitol Police, included a proclamation that Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan was "here to save me and the rest of humanity, even if it means facing death."
"Jill and I were heartbroken to learn of the violent attack at a security checkpoint on the U.S. Capitol grounds," President Joe Biden said on Friday.
The slain police officer has been identified as William "Billy" Evans, who was an 18-year U.S. Capitol Police veteran.
Law enforcement officials said the suspect also died.
Further details on the identities of the police officers or the suspect were not yet available.