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Seattle police chief promises to be tougher on rebels after some crimes not prosecuted

Seattle police will begin cracking down on insurgents damaging businesses, the city’s interim police chief warned Saturday. Chief Adrian Diaz’s promise came days after anti-Biden rebels left Pike Place Market’s original Starbucks coffee shop with its windows smashed and many business owners in the city felt abandoned by the city, according to reports. Like his predecessor, Carmen Best – who …

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LIVE UPDATES: Trump impeachment manager Eric Swalwell says Democrats will ‘be ready’ with witnesses if allowed

U.S. Representative Eric Swalwell, who will help prosecute former President Trump for “inciting rebellion,” said house arrest leaders are ready to call witnesses at the upcoming Senate trial. Quick facts The Trump trial, which is unprecedented as no former president has ever been indicted, is scheduled to begin the week of February 8th. Trump was accused by Parliament of “inciting …

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Tacoma police crosses hit pedestrians, videos show

Shocking video footage posted on social media Saturday night shows a Tacoma, Wash., Police cruiser plowing into a group of pedestrians. At least two pedestrians were hospitalized as a result of the incident, the Pierce County Force Investigation Team (PCFIT) told reporters at a Senate conference, according to KOMO-TV in Seattle. Police have handed over the investigation to PCFIT. One …

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The United States reaffirms Taiwanese support after China sent warplanes

BEIJING (AP) – The United States has reaffirmed support for Taiwan following China’s deployment of warplanes near the island in an apparent attempt to intimidate its democratic government and test US determination. The State Department said Saturday that it “notes with concern the pattern of ongoing (China’s) attempts to intimidate its neighbors, including Taiwan.” “We urge Beijing to end its …

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Tacoma police officer drives SUV into a group of pedestrians

A police officer from Tacoma drove through a group of pedestrians Saturday night, and videos shared on social media show people falling to the ground as police SUV speeds through the crowd. The videos show the SUV being driven over a person while spectators scream. Warning: The video on social media below includes graphic content. Tonight, the Tacoma Police team …

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The United States reaffirms Taiwanese support after China sent warplanes

The United States has confirmed support for Taiwan following China’s deployment of warplanes near the island in an apparent attempt to intimidate its democratic government and test US decision ByAssociated Press January 24, 2021 at 07:30 • 3 min reading Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article BEIJING – The United States has reaffirmed support for Taiwan following China’s deployment …

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Kyle Rittenhouse must avoid white supremacy, weapons, booze: judge

Kyle Rittenhouse, the Illinois teenager accused of shooting dead two people during protests in Wisconsin last year, must stay away from white supremacy, guns and booze, a judge has ruled. The decision comes after Rittenhouse, who is free of $ 2 million bail, was seen having a drink at a bar in Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin, and posed for a picture …

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Rep. Perry helped Trump plan to oust acting attorney general

Th A lesser-known GOP congressman from Pennsylvania helped former President Donald Trump come up with a plan to oust the acting attorney general in an attempt to overthrow the election, The New York Times reported. The Republican rep. Scott Perry introduced Trump to Attorney General Jeffery Clark of the Department of Justice. Trump wanted to replace Jeffery Rosen with Clark. …

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Arizona Republicans criticize Cindy McCain and the GOP governor

Arizona Republicans voted Saturday to censor Cindy McCain and two prominent GOP members who have found themselves at odds with former President Donald Trump. The censorship of Senator John McCain’s widow, formerly Senator Jeff Flake and Governor Doug Ducey is merely symbolic. But they show that the party’s foot soldiers are focused on enforcing loyalty to Mr. Trump, even in …

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Arizona GOP censors Cindy McCain, Doug Ducey, re-elects Kelli Ward as chairman

PHOENIX – The gap between the Republican establishment of the Republic of Arizona and the pro-Trump wing widened, with committee members criticizing Republican Gov. Doug Ducey; Cindy McCain, widow of Senator John McCain, the party’s presidential candidate in 2008; and former GOP senator Jeff Flake. Republicans also re-elected Kelli Ward, a key Donald Trump supporter, as president. Approved by Mr. …

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