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Jessica Bustle's Facebook posts about the riot were included in the criminal complaint. A Virginia woman who wrote at length about storming the Capitol in Facebook posts after the January 6 insurrection has taken a plea deal, along with her realtor husband. Jessica Bustle. One of Jessica Bustle's Facebook posts about the January 6 riot. Speaking in court on Monday, Jessica said the Facebook posts included in the criminal complaint only showed one side of her.
Persons: Joshua, Jessica, Jessica Bustle's, of Justice Joshua, Thomas Hogan, Hogan, I'm, Nabeel Kibria, Kibria Organizations: Capitol, of Justice, US, WUSA9 Prosecutors, Daily, Health, Department, Justice, The Washington Post, Post Locations: Virginia
He said a flight attendant was called a "fat gorilla" for asking a passenger to wear a face mask. Video shows the moment a flight attendant threatened to turn a plane around after a heated confrontation with a man who hurled vulgarities when asked to put on his mask. "But one of the things I will not tolerate is disrespect to any of my flight attendants. We will go back to the gate and you will get arrested if you disrespect any of my flight attendants on board. Some time later, another passenger called the flight attendant who spoke a "drama queen," at which point the flight attendant said that the plane was being turned around.
Persons: TikTok, Brent Underwood, Underwood, It's, Organizations: American Airlines, LAX, NC Locations: Los Angeles, Charlotte, Raleigh , North Carolina, LAX, NC, Raleigh
The Strokes held a concert fundraiser for NYC mayoral candidate Maya Wiley Saturday night. AOC opened for the show, and was later seen dancing with Wiley during The Strokes' set. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and NYC mayoral candidate Maya Wiley were seen dancing at a Strokes concert in New York City Saturday night. The concert was a fundraiser for Wiley, with all proceeds going towards the civil rights attorney's mayoral campaign, according to NME. The Strokes concert was the first indoor full capacity concert of its size in New York City since the pandemic happened, according to NME.
Persons: Maya Wiley, Wiley, John Mulaney, Alexandria Ocasio, Eric Adams, Julian Casablancas, Eric Garner Organizations: NYC, New York City, Twitter, Wiley, mayoral, NME, Brooklyn Borough, City Hall Locations: Alexandria, Cortez, New York, New York City, NYC
The captain of the Ital Libera container ship died in April during a COVID-19 outbreak on board. The ship was subsequently turned away from multiple Asian ports. A container ship owned by the same company as the Ever Given — the ship that blocked the Suez Canal — is sailing back to Italy this week, nearly two months after its captain died on board and the ship was turned away from multiple ports in Asia. According to the maritime news site gCaptain, the Ital Libera container ship works the Far East to South Africa Express, delivering shipments between South Africa and ports in China and Taiwan. The Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs was said to have been turned down by Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, South Korea, the Philippines, and South Africa.
Persons: Angel Capurro, Italy's, Capurro, Lloyd Organizations: South Africa Express, Italia, Evergreen Marine Corporation, Maritime Executive, Maritime, Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Lloyd, Evergreen, AIS Locations: Italy, Suez, Asia, South, South Africa, China, Taiwan, Durban, Doha, Qatar, Johannesburg, Jakarta, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, South Korea, Philippines, Red, Egypt
Some officials were "perplexed" by her comments on the border and feared it might overshadow the trip, per CNN. Some White House officials are "perplexed" by Kamala Harris' comments in which she defended not yet visiting the US-Mexico border, and worry that it might overshadow her first foreign trip as vice president, CNN's Jeremy Diamond reported. "We are going to the border, we've been to the border," Harris said in the interview, which was aired Tuesday. When Holt said, "You haven't been to the border," Harris responded: "And I haven't been to Europe." Shortly after the speech, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York slammed Harris' comments, saying they were "disappointing to see."
Persons: Harris, Kamala Harris, CNN's Jeremy Diamond, Lester Holt, we've, Holt, CNN's Diamond, Diamond, Alexandria Ocasio, Cortez, Jen Psaki, Psaki, Joe Biden, Biden Organizations: CNN, White, NBC News, Central, Republicans, Democratic, House Press Locations: Guatemala, Mexico, Europe, Alexandria, Cortez of New York
Christian Kulas, 24, was arrested Tuesday in connection to the Capitol riot. Charging documents included footage showing Kulas at the Capitol, wearing Burberry. As part of his pretrial release, Kulas agreed to live at his family's $4.5 million mansion. A 24-year-old man from the wealthy suburbs of Chicago was arrested early Tuesday morning on suspicion of taking part in the Capitol riot, after social-media posts appeared to show him following crowds into the Capitol in designer clothes. More than 500 people have been arrested in connection to the Capitol riot so far.
Persons: Christian Kulas, Kulas Organizations: Capitol, Burberry, WGN, FBI, CBS, Trump, CBS Chicago, Washington DC, Chicago Sun Times Locations: Chicago, Kenilworth , Illinois, Washington, Kenilworth, Lake Michigan
The report said Bill Gates had affairs that were an open secret to those around him. Someone close to Melinda French Gates also worked with a private investigator, the report said. Two sources also told Vanity Fair that someone in French Gates' inner circle had worked with a private investigator leading up to the divorce. A spokesperson for French Gates told Vanity Fair: "Neither Melinda nor anyone at her direction ever hired a private investigator." Insider has contacted representatives of Bill Gates and Melinda French Gates for comment.
Persons: Bill Gates, Melinda French Gates, Fair's Gabriel Sherman, Nick Bilton, Emily Jane Fox, Gates, weren't, Melinda, Bill Organizations: Microsoft, New York Times, Street
A bipartisan Senate report detailed failings of the US Capitol Police during the January 6 riot. Officers quoted in the report said they received little to no direction from senior staff that day. US Capitol Police officers have described feeling "betrayed" and receiving little to no direction from their leaders on how to defend the Capitol from rioters on January 6 in a new bipartisan Senate report on the insurrection. Five people — including USCP Officer Brian Sicknick — died after the riot. The Senate report came nearly two weeks after Senate Republicans voted against setting up a 9/11-style, bipartisan commission to study the insurrection.
Persons: Joe Biden's, Brian Sicknick —, Steven Sund, Yogananda D, Pittman Organizations: US Capitol Police, Capitol, Trump, Capitol Police Board, Capitol Police, CNN, Senate, Republicans Locations: USCP
Katerina Tikhonova is widely believed to be one of the daughters of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Tikhonova, 34, gave a speech at Russia's equivalent of Davos on Friday. A woman widely known as Vladimir Putin's daughter attended Russia's equivalent of Davos last week — but nobody there acknowledged her family relations for fear of getting in trouble with the Kremlin, The Washington Post reported. On Friday, Tikhonova spoke at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum — Russia's version of Davos, The Post reported. Tikhonova speaking at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum in Russia on June 4, 2021.
Persons: Katerina Tikhonova, Vladimir Putin, Tikhonova, Putin, Vladimir Putin's, Maria Vorontsova, Lyudmila Putin, He's, Katerina Vladimirovna, Evgenia Novozhenina, Reuters Tikhonova Organizations: Kremlin, The Washington Post, St ., Economic, The Post, Reuters, Institute for Mathematical Research, Systems, Moscow State University, Post Locations: Davos, Russia, St, St . Petersburg, Petersburg
Qantas Airways, Australia's biggest airline, may have been infiltrated by organized-crime groups for international drug-smuggling operations, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, and "60 Minutes" reported Sunday. Sources briefed on the report, who spoke to the news outlets anonymously, said Project Brunello found that up to 150 Qantas staff were connected to crime organizations. Insider has contacted Qantas Airways and the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission for comment. "We have not been advised of any current investigations of Qantas Group employees involved in organized crime. Here are some of the report's findings, according to The Sydney Morning Herald:Almost 60 Qantas staff members were linked to "serious drug offenses" or "organized crime groups."
Persons: hadn't, Brunello, Luke Bramah, Bramah, Robert Cianflone, Hakan Ayik, Michael Phelan Organizations: Qantas, Qantas Airways, Australia's, Sydney Morning Herald, Australian Criminal Intelligence, Qantas Group, Seven Qantas, Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission Locations: Melbourne, Australia, Sydney, Australian
Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky said he'd received death threats for his criticism of Dr. Anthony Fauci. Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul told Fox News on Friday that he's been receiving death threats for his public criticism of Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious diseases expert. "I've had five death threats just for being outspoken on it this week," Paul told Sean Hannity on Friday. "I've had five death threats. As of Sunday morning, the US Capitol Police had not returned Insider's email requesting confirmation of the death threats.
Persons: Sen, Rand Paul of Kentucky, he'd, Dr, Anthony Fauci, Paul, Fauci, Kentucky Sen, Rand Paul, he's, I've, Sean Hannity, Rachel Maddow Organizations: Fox News, foxnews.com, Sheriff's, US Capitol Police, MSNBC, CNN Locations: Kentucky, coronaviruses, Wuhan, Warren
A rural area of Southern California was hit by a swarm of earthquakes Saturday morning. A seismologist on Twitter said Imperial Valley is known to have earthquake swarms. A swarm of 152 earthquakes were felt Saturday morning in California's Imperial Valley, a rural area about two hours east of San Diego, according to CNN. Seismologist Dr. Lucy Jones wrote on Twitter that earthquakes in the Imperial Valley often come in swarms. California and Nevada have an average of five earthquakes between 5.0 and 6.0 magnitude each year, according to the LA Times.
Persons: Lucy Jones, Lilia Gonzales, wasn't Organizations: Geological Survey, Twitter, CNN, Fire Department, Emergency Services, Los Angeles Times, LA Times Locations: Southern California, Imperial, San Diego, Calipatria, Los Angeles, Brawley, California, Nevada
of State Katie Hobbs is documenting irregularities with the Maricopa County election audit. Hobbs told CNN on Thursday that the GOP-commissioned audit is "prime for cooking the books." Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs has once again slammed the GOP-backed audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County, suggesting that it was "prime for cooking the books." Jen Fifield, a reporter with The Arizona Republic, noticed blue pens being used back in April, when she raised the issue with Cyber Ninjas. Insider has contacted Cyber Ninjas and the Arizona Senate Republican Party for comment.
Persons: Katie Hobbs, Hobbs, Joe Biden, , CNN's Jake Tapper, Insider's Grace Panetta, Jen Fifield, Fifield Organizations: CNN, GOP, Arizona, Republican, The Arizona, Arizona Senate Republican Party Locations: Maricopa County, Arizona, Florida, The Arizona Republic
George P. Bush is currently running for Texas attorney general. He's the only member of the Bush clan to publicly support Donald Trump. Matthew Dowd, chief strategist of the 2004 Bush-Cheney presidential campaign, told CNN on Wednesday that he knew George P. Bush from their days on the campaign. Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush seen in November 2014. Former President Donald Trump leaves Trump Tower in Manhattan on May 18, 2021.
Persons: George P, Bush, Donald Trump, Matthew Dowd, George W, Politico, Trump's, Jeb Bush, George P . Bush, Dowd, Mediaite, Erich Schlegel, Republican Party —, I'm, Bush's, Trump, James Devaney, Barbara Bush Organizations: Republican Party, Texas, Cheney, CNN, Mediaite ., Trump, Republican Locations: Texas, Mediaite . Texas, Manhattan
Stepan Latypov, 41, was filmed trying to cut his own throat with a pen in court on Tuesday. Latypov was arrested in a crackdown on dissent by Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko's regime. It comes days after Belarus forced a Ryanair flight to land in order to arrest another opposition figure. A Belarusian prisoner detained in protests against President Alexander Lukashenko's disputed reelection was filmed stabbing himself in court on Tuesday after saying he was tortured and threatened by the police. The EU has responded to that incident by banning Belarusian planes from its airspace and establishing a no-fly zone over the country.
Persons: Stepan Latypov, Latypov, Alexander Lukashenko's, Viasna, Irina, Reuters Viasna, Lukashenko, Latypov's, Roman Organizations: Ryanair, RFE, Reuters, Radio Free, Radio Liberty, Police, Health Ministry, The New York Times, European Union, EU, The Times Locations: Belarus, Radio Free Europe, Latypov, Greece, Lithuania
Israel and Hamas exchanged fire overnight amid new clashes between Palestinians and Israeli police. The Democrat Andrew Yang weighed in on the issue, tweeting his support for Israel Monday night. Yang's comments got the support of Republicans like Sen. Ted Cruz, Meghan McCain, and Stephen Miller. Andrew Yang tweeted in support of Israel amid the country's latest unrest with Palestinians on Monday, provoking anger from fellow liberals and support from top Republicans. "The people of NYC will always stand with our brothers and sisters in Israel who face down terrorism and persevere," Yang tweeted.
Persons: Democrat Andrew Yang, Yang's, Sen, Ted Cruz, Meghan McCain, Stephen Miller, Andrew Yang, Yang, David Cross, Chelsea Manning, Bishop Talbert Swan, Bravo, Omar, Tlaib, Ilhan Omar, Rashia Tlaib, Donald Trump, Meghan McCain retweeted, Israel, Mustafa Hassona, Organizations: Democrat, Israel, Service, NAACP, Anadolu Agency, Getty, Associated Press Locations: Israel, New York City, Gaza, NYC, Springfield , Massachusetts, Texas, Jerusalem's Old City, Gaza City
Melinda Gates' body language hinted at trouble in her marriage, a source told The New York Times. In a New York Times report from Saturday, a source described as someone who knows Melinda Gates well pointed to her body language when appearing in public alongside Bill. Melinda Gates seemed more at ease in another interview in 2015. Insider reached out to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for comment on this story, but did not immediately receive a response Monday morning. Further behind-the-scenes details of the Gates divorce were revealed in The Wall Street Journal on Sunday.
Persons: Melinda Gates, Melinda, Bill, Rebecca Jarvis, I've, Gates, that's, Jeffrey Epstein Organizations: New York Times, Times, Service, TED, Melinda Gates Foundation, YouTube, Microsoft, The New York Times
The Gates announced they were divorcing on May 3, two days after Berkshire Hathaway's annual meeting. "They spared Warren [Buffett] having to deal with it," a close associate told The New York Times. Buffett is a trustee of the Gates Foundation, a big donor, and a longtime friend of Bill Gates. Bill and Melinda Gates may have timed their divorce to avoid creating issues for Warren Buffett according to a report in The New York Times on Saturday. "They spared Warren having to deal with it, by waiting until after his annual meeting," an unnamed source described as an associate told the newspaper.
Persons: Warren, Buffett, Bill Gates, Bill, Melinda Gates, Warren Buffett, Gates, Mary, Susan Thompson Buffett Organizations: Gates, Berkshire, New York Times, Gates Foundation, The New York Times, Berkshire Hathaway, The Times, Forbes, Reuters, Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation Locations: The, Berkshire
Adam Toledo and Anthony Alvarez were shot dead after being chased by Chicago police in March. In 2017, the DOJ said too many Chicago police foot pursuits were ending in unnecessary death. CPD had been in the process of instituting a foot-pursuit policy when Toledo and Alvarez died. The police killings of Adam Toledo and Anthony Alvarez in Chicago are drawing attention to the city's deadly record of police foot pursuits. The Chicago Tribune in 2016 reported that between 2010 and 2015, one in three police shootings started as foot pursuits.
Persons: Adam Toledo, Anthony Alvarez, Alvarez, Laquan McDonald, Lori Lightfoot, Kamil Krzaczynski, David Brown, Brown Organizations: Chicago police, DOJ, Toledo, Department of Justice, Chicago Police Department, Chicago, The Chicago Tribune, REUTERS, Chicago PD, Alvarez, Associated Press . Chicago Police, CBS Chicago Locations: Chicago, Toledo
At least 45 people were killed at a Jewish religious festival Thursday night in northern Israel. A stampede at a large gathering of ultra-Orthodox Jews in northern Israel Thursday night led to the deaths of at least 45 people. A police officer and an Ultra Orthodox Jewish man walk at the scene where dozens were killed in crush at a religious festival in Mount Meron, Israel, on April 30, 2021. Velvel Brevda, a rabbi who witnessed the stampede, told the AP that he believes the police are to blame for the tragedy. Meron in northern Israel, Friday, April 30, 2021.
Persons: — Al, reponders, Fleur Hassan, Amir Levy, Getty, Velvel, Brevda, GIL COHEN, Benjamin Netanyahu Organizations: Associated Press, Reuters, Israel, Ultra, AP, Ministry, MAGEN, Getty Images Locations: Israel, Meron, — Al Arabiya, Nahoum, Mount Meron, Mt, An, Benei Brak
The DOJ has been building a police-brutality case against Derek Chauvin, the Star Tribune reports. Feds reportedly planned to arrest Chauvin in court if he was not convicted of murder. The three other officers who were present at George Floyd's arrest, from left to right: J. Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane, and Tou Thao. That incident was described in court documents by prosecutors in Floyd's murder case, who wanted to use it as evidence of a possible pattern of behavior by Chauvin. The Star Tribune reported that the three other officers would be charged only in connection to Floyd's fatal arrest.
Persons: Derek Chauvin, Chauvin, George Floyd's, Andy Mannix, George Floyd, Kerem Yucel, Floyd's, — J, Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane, Tou Thao —, General Merrick Garland, Tou Thao, Thao Organizations: DOJ, Star Tribune, Feds, Justice Department, Minneapolis Star, Hennepin County Government Center, Getty, Minnesota US, The New York Times, Chauvin, Minneapolis Police Department, Department of Justice, Office, ABC News, The Star Tribune Locations: Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minneapolis , Minnesota, AFP, Minnesota, Lane
Kristol weighed in on Carlson's recent anti-mask comments, calling them "really terrible." He said Carlson "always had a slightly mean streak" but said the latest comments went beyond that. Tucker Carlson's old editor had some choice words to say about the Fox News host's recent anti-mask rant. In a CNN appearance on Tuesday, the conservative pundit Bill Kristol was asked to weigh in Carlson's latest comments, as his former editor. "For Tucker Carlson to do this, I mean, I really find it repulsive," Kristol said.
Persons: Bill Kristol, Tucker Carlson, Kristol, Carlson, Tucker Carlson's, haven't, It's, , Pat Buchananism, he's Organizations: Fox News, Walmart, CNN, Fox, Lincoln, CNBC
The former Orlando police chief was asked to weigh in on the police killing of Ma'Khia Bryant, 16. Rep. Val Demings of Florida, a Democrat and former police chief, has come to the defense of the Ohio officer who fatally shot a Ma'Khia Bryant last week. Officer Nicholas Reardon of Columbus, Ohio, shot and killed 16-year-old Ma'Khia Bryant while responding to a call about a fight outside the teen's foster care home. Demings, a 27-year police veteran, served as the Orlando police chief before she was elected to Congress in 2016. The Ohio county where Bryant was killed also has the highest police-shooting death rate in the country.
Persons: Val Demings, Ma'Khia Bryant, Demings, Ohio, Nicholas Reardon of, Bryant, that's, Adam Toledo, Reardon, Gerardo Mora, George Floyd, Jim Jordan Organizations: Democratic, Orlando police, Democrat, Columbus Police, Orlando, Getty, The Columbus Division of Police, Chicago Police Department, Columbus PD, New York Police Department, George, George Floyd Justice, Representatives, Republican Locations: Florida, Nicholas Reardon of Columbus , Ohio, Ohio, Chicago
The CDC reported this week on a March COVID-19 outbreak at a Kentucky nursing home that killed 3. An unvaccinated health worker started a coronavirus outbreak at a Kentucky nursing home in March, which led to three residents dying, a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report released on Wednesday found. An unvaccinated, symptomatic workerThe outbreak was traced to an unvaccinated, symptomatic healthcare worker, who then spread the virus to 46 residents and workers at the facility, the CDC report said. While the vaccination rate among health workers at the Kentucky facility surpassed this rate at the time, it still led to a serious outbreak. In order to protect nursing facility residents, the authors said "it is imperative" that health workers and nursing-home residents "be vaccinated."
Persons: COVID Organizations: CDC, for Disease Control, Pfizer Locations: Kentucky, COVID
Pentland, a sergeant first class, was filmed shoving a Black man in his neighborhood Monday. A US Army non-commissioned officer who was filmed shoving a Black man in his South Carolina neighborhood earlier this week has been charged with third-degree assault, according to the Associated Press. The Black man said he was just walking and that he lives in the area. When the Black man tried to address Pentland's wife, Pentland shoved him, causing the man to almost fall, the video showed. Lott added that the Black man had "an underlying medical condition that may explain the behavior exhibited in the alleged incidents."
Persons: Jonathan Pentland, Pentland, Shirell Johnson, Johnson, Alvin S, Pentland's, Leon Lott, Lott, he's, Fort, Brig Organizations: US Army, Associated Press, Facebook, Glenn Detention, AP, Fort, Department of Justice, Fort Jackson, Milford Beagle, Protesters Locations: South Carolina, Richland, Columbia , South Carolina, Richland County, Fort Jackson, Gen
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