The reviews will cover everything from whether the FBI adequately shared information with other agencies to how the Pentagon mobilized for the Jan. 6 crisis
Chief Art Acevedo says the officer entered the Capitol and will likely face charges
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The deputy was responding to 911 calls from a couple walking on a bike trail east of Placerville. They were walking with their two small children in a stroller and had their two small dogs with them. They were being followed by an adult mountain lion for about 10...
In the call with police chiefs, Christopher Wray, the FBI director, and Kenneth Cuccinelli, the acting deputy secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, warned about potential attacks on state capitols, federal buildings, the homes of congressional members and...
New York’s state Attorney General Letitia James on Thursday sued New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio and the city’s police commissioner over allegations the police used excessive force against protesters after the death of George Floyd in May.
There is an investigation underway and Chief Art Acevedo said he is “highly confident” [the officer] will be facing federal charges. He is now on administrative leave
According to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, deputies called to the scene briefly spoke with someone through the door of room 112, but the person stopped responding. With the help of the property manager, they got the door open and found the room was filled...
A former NYPD commissioner and Houston’s Chief of Police joined calls to investigate why law enforcement was unprepared for the events of Jan. 6
Robert Sanford is accused of being the man seen on video throwing a extinguisher that hit three officers at the Capitol riot
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