Boebert told Fox News that most of her family left Washington after her swearing-in on Jan. 3, with the exception of her mother, who Boebert said was "was locked in my office during the attack. So everything that's come out of this is just absolutely absurd ... and to say that I was part of a reconnaissance mission is absolutely disgusting." … [Read more...] about Rep. Boebert blasts ‘baseless’ suggestion by Dem lawmaker that she led reconnaissance tour of Capitol
In an arrest warrant filed Sunday, investigators described how an anonymous tipster -- a "former romantic partner" of Williams' identified as W1 -- called the FBI’s tipline to say they saw Williams in footage from an ITV News video of the Jan. 6 Capitol siege. … [Read more...] about Nancy Pelosi says she’s ‘not concerned’ about laptop allegedly stolen during Capitol riot
Carter voiced his support for Trump during the election, and the president’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, reportedly pushed for a pardon for the musician. Kushner, Trump’s daughter Ivanka, and White House counsel Pat Cipollone reportedly consulted with Trump heavily on his choices of whom to pardon. … [Read more...] about Trump Pardons Lil Wayne in Last Minute Clemency Flurry
Former New York Observer editor and accused stalker Ken Kurson Ken Kurson, the former editor of The New York Observer and friend of Jared Kushner, was arrested last fall for what prosecutors described as a “pattern of stalking and harassment against three victims.” Authorities became aware of Kurson’s alleged crimes in 2018 while he was undergoing an FBI background check for an unpaid advisory role in the Trump administration that The Daily Beast first revealed. … [Read more...] about Trump Pardons Cronies and Celebs Hours Before Leaving D.C.
Transit advocates protested that Market Street, one of the most dangerous in the city, will remain so if and when the proposed changes are completed, unraveling nearly a decade of work on the redesign. During Tuesday’s four-hour discussion, staff, board members and a couple dozen public commenters debated the proposal, with taxi drivers, bicylists, transit riders and residents vying for divergent interests. What most shared was disappointment, with many urging the city to go ahead and fix infrastructure, but not spend more money on a project multiple groups didn’t like anymore. … [Read more...] about S.F. Market Street: Transit agency approves changes in part of potential controversial redesign