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FILE PHOTO: A view of the U.S. Capitol building in Washington, U.S. January 17, 2021. REUTERS/Erin Scott/File PhotoWASHINGTON (Reuters) - A Democrat-backed bill to fund the U.S. federal government through Dec. 3 and suspend its borrowing limit until the end of 2022, cleared a House of Representatives procedural vote on Tuesday, advancing to a final debate and vote.
Persons: Erin Scott Organizations: U.S . Capitol, REUTERS, WASHINGTON, Democrat Locations: Washington , U.S
WASHINGTON — A federal law enforcement officer was arrested carrying a gun at Saturday’s rally at the U.S. Capitol billed to support the suspects charged in January’s riot but will not be prosecuted. He was arrested by Capitol Police for illegally possessing a gun on the grounds of the Capitol after people in the crowd reported seeing him with a handgun and notified nearby officers. Four people were arrested, including the Customs and Border Protection officer. Generally, under federal law, law enforcement officers are given reciprocity to legally carry their weapons in other states, even those with restrictive gun laws. Two law enforcement officials said the officer was not at the rally in any official capacity.
Persons: WASHINGTON, , Organizations: U.S, Capitol, U.S . Customs, Capitol Police, Trump, National Guard, Police, Customs and Border, U.S . Capitol, Department, Homeland, Protection Locations: New Jersey, U.S, Washington
The U.S. stock market is on track to post its worst day in months. Dan Clinton, head of policy research at Strategas Research Partners, wrote Monday that Wall Street is increasingly convinced lawmakers won't address the debt ceiling anytime soon. "Much of this is short-term risk and headline risk, but the framework of Washington policy is shifting to more risk after 18 months of unlimited fiscal and monetary policy," he wrote. "Consensus now believes that the debt ceiling will be raised in the second half of October, meaning a last-minute move, and another month of talk of debt ceiling breaches and prioritization of government spending if the debt ceiling is not lifted." Raising or suspending the debt ceiling does not authorize additional fiscal spending.
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In a country where Black Lives Matter remains a controversial, politically charged statement, expectations of equal protection under, by or from the law have always been tempered for conscious Black people. In reality, these emotions should be viewed as justifiable responses to lived experiences of intergenerational structural violence. Viral videos of police killings have recently begun to permeate the national consciousness, but countless, often undocumented, manifestations of structural violence that shape — and take — Black lives have burdened the Black psyche for generations. Over the last year, there have been numerous examples of police officers and other law enforcement professionals who crossed the line with Black Lives Matter protesters and supporters. As we heard during emotional testimony in Congress, plenty of police were fighting for what felt like their lives on Jan. 6.
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"We are not going to tolerate violence," U.S. Capitol Police Chief Tom Manger told reporters Friday at a joint news conference with the Washington Metropolitan Police Department. The U.S. Capitol is seen behind security fencing ahead of a rally in support for those who rioted on January 6. The rally point in Washington is Union Square, a small park just west, and in clear view, of the Capitol. As for the U.S. Capitol, Manger said he is focused on protecting free speech and allowing for lawful demonstration. Capitol Police said the National Guard would be available to assist in securing the Capitol perimeter if necessary, but would not otherwise be deployed.
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WASHINGTON—The nation’s capital on Saturday was bracing for the possibility of violence during a rally of Trump supporters who are gathering to demand justice for the hundreds of people charged in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. As fencing was reinstalled on the Capitol grounds and police stepped up security to prepare for possible clashes and unrest, law-enforcement officials said they knew of no specific or credible plots but had been monitoring online threats of violence.
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WASHINGTON—A rally by Trump supporters protesting the prosecutions of hundreds of people charged in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol ended without the violent clashes law-enforcement officials feared, after authorities applied lessons learned during the attack. Officials took no chances ahead of the Saturday rally, deploying hundreds of officers from across the region—some visibly armed and in riot gear—installing a metal fence around the Capitol and requesting assistance from the National Guard, measures largely absent ahead of the January breach.
Persons: WASHINGTON Organizations: Trump, U.S . Capitol, Capitol, National Guard
WASHINGTON—A rally by Trump supporters protesting the prosecutions of hundreds of people charged in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol ended without the violent clashes law-enforcement officials feared, after authorities applied lessons learned during the attack. Officials took no chances ahead of the Saturday rally, deploying hundreds of officers from across the region—some visibly armed and in riot gear—installing a metal fence around the Capitol and requesting assistance from the National Guard, measures largely absent ahead of the January breach.
Persons: WASHINGTON Organizations: Trump, U.S . Capitol, Capitol, National Guard
A U.S. Capitol Police officer patrols the unscalable fence erected around the Capitol ahead of an expected rally Saturday in support of the Jan. 6 defendants in Washington, U.S. September 17, 2021. No suspects have yet been identified in the investigation into who planted pipe bombs at the Democratic and Republican parties' national headquarters near the Capitol on Jan. 5. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has put 100 National Guard troops on standby to help police protect the Capitol if needed. The National Guard troops, who will be unarmed except for batons, would be used after local, state and federal law enforcement capabilities had been tapped, the spokesman said. National Guard troops were stationed in and around the Capitol from early January through late May, with as many as 5,200 troops in place at the mission's peak.
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A sparse crowd of demonstrators gathered in Washington to rally for those criminally charged in the Jan. 6 deadly pro-Trump insurrection. U.S. Capitol Police made a few arrests Saturday in an otherwise nonviolent demonstration, according to the department's social media. Arrests included weapons violation, possession of a firearm and probation violation, according to police. Police in advance of Saturday ramped up security around the Capitol, erecting fences around the Capitol grounds, Supreme Court, the Library of Congress, and other congressional office buildings. One hundred National Guard troops were on standby to help protect the Capitol, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said Friday.
Persons: Donald Trump, Robert Contee, Lloyd Austin Organizations: U.S . Capitol, Washington , D.C, Trump, Organizers, J6, U.S, Capitol, U.S . Capitol Police, Washington Metropolitan Police, NBC News, Police, of Congress, National Guard, Defense Locations: U.S, Washington ,, Washington
Slideshow ( 2 images )WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Republican Representative Anthony Gonzalez, who voted to impeach former President Donald Trump, said on Thursday he will not seek re-election next year. Gonzalez was one of 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump for his role in inciting a riot on Jan. 6 at the U.S. Capitol. In a statement, Gonzalez, who has two young children, cited family responsibilities as the reason for not seeking re-election. But in an interview on Thursday with the New York Times, Gonzalez called Trump “a cancer for the country.”In May, the Ohio Republican Party censured Gonzalez and called for him to resign for his impeachment vote. Trump has endorsed primary challengers to some of the 10 Republicans who voted to impeach him.
Persons: Anthony Gonzalez, Donald Trump, Gonzalez, Trump, Joe Biden’s Organizations: Republican, Republicans, U.S . Capitol, Trump, New York Times, Ohio Republican Locations: WASHINGTON, Ohio
Security fence goes up around Capitol ahead of far-right rally
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailSecurity fence goes up around Capitol ahead of far-right rallyA security fence was put up around the U.S. Capitol and Capitol police asked the National Guard to be on alert ahead of Saturday's 'Justice for J6' rally, a gathering of far-right supporters protesting the arrests of those who participated in January's insurrection.
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A U.S. Capitol police officer adjusts security fencing outside the U.S. Capitol ahead of a planned "Justice for J6" rally in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Thursday, Sept. 16, 2021. WASHINGTON – Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin placed 100 National Guard troops on standby to help protect the Capitol ahead of Saturday's rally supporting people charged in the deadly Jan. 6 pro-Trump insurrection. The 100 National Guard troops will only deploy upon the request of the Capitol Police and will help man entry points to the Capitol complex, a Pentagon spokesman said Friday. The USCP has not asked the National Guard members to be armed, Capitol Police Chief Tom Manger told reporters at a press conference Friday afternoon. The Transportation Security Administration has said that travelers arriving at Regan National Airport in Virginia will face increased security in the run-up to the rally.
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Facebook is taking a more aggressive approach to shut down coordinated groups of real-user accounts engaging in certain harmful activities on its platform, using the same strategy its security teams take against campaigns using fake accounts, the company told Reuters. It could have major implications for how the social media giant handles political and other coordinated movements breaking its rules, at a time when Facebook’s approach to abuses on its platforms is under heavy scrutiny from global lawmakers and civil society groups. Facebook dubbed this banned activity by the groups of fake accounts “coordinated inauthentic behavior” (CIB), and its security teams started announcing sweeping takedowns in monthly reports. The security teams also handle some specific threats that may not use fake accounts, such as fraud or cyber-espionage networks or overt influence operations like some state media campaigns. Facebook is under increasing pressure from global regulators, lawmakers and employees to combat wide-ranging abuses on its services.
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A 3D printed Facebook logo is placed between small toy people figures in front of a keyboard in this illustration taken April 12, 2020. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File PhotoSept 16 (Reuters) - Facebook (FB.O) is taking a more aggressive approach to shut down coordinated groups of real-user accounts engaging in certain harmful activities on its platform, using the same strategy its security teams take against campaigns using fake accounts, the company told Reuters. Facebook dubbed this banned activity by the groups of fake accounts "coordinated inauthentic behavior" (CIB), and its security teams started announcing sweeping takedowns in monthly reports. The security teams also handle some specific threats that may not use fake accounts, such as fraud or cyber-espionage networks or overt influence operations like some state media campaigns. In July, Reuters reported on the Vietnam army's online information warfare unit, who engaged in actions including mass reporting of accounts to Facebook but also often used their real names.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Donald Trump, Elizabeth Culliford, Fanny Potkin, Kenneth Li, Nick Zieminski Organizations: REUTERS, Reuters, Facebook, BuzzFeed, U.S . Capitol, Vietnam, U.S, Thomson Locations: Russia, Moscow, Tulsa , Oklahoma, London, Singapore
"I plan to get to the bottom of how fossil fuel companies have raked in trillions of dollars of profit at the expense of our planet and our health, all while spreading doubt and disinformation about the dangers of fossil fuels," Maloney said through a spokesperson. read more The day the footage aired, Darren Woods, Exxon's chairman and chief executive, condemned the lobbyist's remarks. The requests also come as Democrats seek to pass climate measures in the massive budget reconciliation bill, some of which fossil fuel interests oppose because they could add costs to drilling and mining. The two other companies did not immediately respond to requests for comment. A spokesperson for the Chamber said the group believes that inaction on climate change is not an option and that it has been working with lawmakers on solutions "most notably" in the bipartisan infrastructure bill.
Persons: Carolyn Maloney, Greg Nash, Ro Khanna, Maloney, Darren Woods, Curtis Smith, Bethany Aronhalt, Timothy Gardner, Aurora Ellis Organizations: U.S . Capitol, Democratic, Environment, Exxon Mobil Corp, Chevron Corp, BP USA, Royal, Shell Oil Co, New York Times, American Petroleum Institute, Chamber of Commerce, Exxon, BP, Shell, Chamber, Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S
The sun rises behind the U.S. Capitol, surrounded by a security fence ahead of an expected rally Saturday in support of the Jan. 6 defendants in Washington, U.S. September 16, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan ErnstWASHINGTON, Sept 16 (Reuters) - Travelers arriving at the airport nearest Washington, D.C., will face increased security in the run-up to a planned Saturday rally supporting people charged with taking part in the deadly Jan. 6 riot, the Transportation Security Administration said. "Travelers will notice increased law enforcement and canine presence along with a generally higher level of awareness in TSA’s intelligence-driven, risk-based approach to transportation security," a TSA spokesperson told Reuters, referring to Reagan National Airport, in Virginia just across the Potomac River. There were few other signs of beefed-up security, though plexiglass police shields could be seen stacked at police checkpoints inside doorways to the Capitol building. The U.S. Capitol Police on Wednesday said it has asked the Pentagon to provide National Guard troops if they are needed to help with security.
Persons: Jonathan Ernst WASHINGTON, Donald Trump, Joe Biden's, Trump, Mike Pence, Nancy Pelosi, David Shepardson, Jan Wolfe, David Morgan, Richard Cowan, Scott Malone, Alistair Bell Organizations: U.S . Capitol, REUTERS, Travelers, D.C, Transportation Security Administration, TSA, Reagan National Airport, District of Columbia, J6, U.S, Capitol, Trump, Police, of Congress, Capitol Police, U.S . Capitol Police, Pentagon, National Guard, " Police, Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S, Washington, Virginia, Potomac, District, Capitol Hill, House, Britain
WASHINGTON, Sept 14 (Reuters) - The top U.S. general secretly called his Chinese counterpart twice over concerns then-President Donald Trump could spark a war with China as his potential election loss loomed and in its aftermath, the Washington Post reported on Tuesday. Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Army General Mark Milley holds a news briefing at Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, U.S., August 18, 2021. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas/File PhotoRepublican Senator Marco Rubio called on President Joe Biden, a Democrat, to immediately fire Milley. Asked about the Washington Post report, White House spokesperson Karine Jean-Pierre declined to comment and referred questions to the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Defense Department. According to the cited call transcript, the general replied, "I agree with you on everything."
Persons: Donald Trump, Mark Milley, Li Zuocheng, Milley, Li, Bob Woodward, Robert Costa, Trump, Yuri Gripas, Marco Rubio, Joe Biden, " Rubio, Biden, Karine Jean, Pierre, Nancy Pelosi, Pelosi, Phil Stewart, Susan Heavey, Bill Berkrot, Howard Goller, Grant McCool Organizations: Washington Post, Joint Chiefs of Staff, People’s Liberation Army, Trump, U.S . Capitol, Chiefs, Pentagon, REUTERS, Democrat, White, Joint Chiefs, Staff, Defense Department, Republican, Beijing, U.S, House, Thomson Locations: China, ., United States, Arlington , Virginia, U.S
A U.S. Capitol Police officer patrols the east front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, September 15, 2021. The U.S. Capitol Police said Wednesday it asked the Pentagon to free up the National Guard in case it is needed for an upcoming rally in support of the deadly Jan. 6 invasion. The failure to secure the Capitol from the mob of pro-Trump rioters led the USCP's internal watchdog to call for widespread changes to the department. We will enforce the law and not tolerate violence," Capitol Police Chief Tom Manger said in that press release. Last month, police arrested another man who parked his pickup truck outside the Library of Congress on Capitol Hill and claimed he had a bomb.
Persons: forJ6, Donald Trump, Joe, USCP, Tom Manger, Matt Braynard, Andrew Clyde, Chuck Schumer, Manger Organizations: U.S . Capitol Police, U.S, Capitol, Pentagon, National Guard, Department of Defense, NBC News, NBC, U.S . Capitol, Homeland Security Department, Trump, Electoral, Capitol Police, CNBC, Democratic National Committee, Congress Locations: Washington
United States Capitol Police arrested a California man who had multiple knives in his truck near the Democratic National Committee headquarters. The driver, 44-year-old Donald Craighead of Oceanside, California, claimed to the cops that he was "on patrol" and started talking about "white supremacist ideology," the U.S. Capitol Police said. The Capitol police said later Monday that it is monitoring "concerning online chatter" surrounding that rally. A Special Operation Division officer noticed Craighead's vehicle, a Dodge Dakota pickup truck, around midnight, according to the department. The truck had "a swastika and other white supremacist symbols painted on it," according to the Capitol Police.
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With Washington on edge over potential right-wing violence and domestic terrorism, a cache of what turned out to be replica toy guns prompted a massive response Saturday near the National Mall. The Tidal Basin, next to the Potomac River, is surrounded by the Jefferson Memorial, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, and the FDR Memorial. During the investigation, police closed Maine Avenue between the National Mall and the Wharf, NBC Washington reported. The area in and around the National Mall has been on high alert since the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. A rally at the Capitol to support those arrested in connection with the Jan. 6 riot is scheduled for Sept. 18.
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A U.S. Capitol Police investigation into the conduct of officers during the Jan. 6 riot did not find any criminal behavior, but six officers were recommended for discipline for breaking rules, officials said Saturday. The agency reviewed 38 cases, in which the U.S. Attorney's Office had already found no evidence of crimes committed by officers that day, the Capitol Police said in a statement. In 20 of the 38, no wrongdoing was found, and in some cases investigators could not identify officers at the center of complaints, the department said. The cases stemmed partly from complaints from people who were at the Capitol on Jan. 6. Capitol Police are under high alert ahead of a scheduled Sept. 18 rally to support those arrested in connection with the riot.
Persons: Donald Trump, Ashli Babbitt, Michael Byrd Organizations: U.S . Capitol Police, Attorney's, Capitol Police, Capitol, U.S . Department of Justice, Electoral, NBC News, Seven Capitol Police, Trump
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A man who drove to Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6 with guns and ammunition and threatened to shoot House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in the head on live television pleaded guilty Friday. Cleveland Meredith Jr. pleaded guilty to one count of interstate communication of threats, and court documents say an estimated prison term could be up to two years. The FBI went to his hotel room in Washington on Jan. 7 and searched his phone, truck and an attached trailer, where they found the guns and ammunition, according to court documents. The message about shooting Pelosi, D-Calif., wasn't the only text message referencing violence that was found. More than 600 people have been charged in connection with the Capitol riot.
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A Georgia man who had an assault rifle and was headed to Washington for the Jan. 6 pro-Trump rally at the U.S. Capitol pleaded guilty on Friday to sending threatening text messages about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. In other messages, he said he would run over Ms. Pelosi. “I predict that within 12 days, many in our country will die,” he wrote. Mr. Meredith was one of the first 13 people charged in federal court after a mob in support of former President Donald J. Trump stormed the Capitol. He was charged in January with transmitting a threat in interstate commerce, possession of an unregistered firearm and unlawful possession of ammunition, according to court records.
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