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Alex Wong/Getty Images Thursday’s hearing of the Jan. 6 committee is focusing on the pressure then-President Donald Trump and his allies put on the Justice Department to help overturn the 2020 election. Here’s how the hearing is unfolding: Jun 23, 4:46 pm Trump, in emergency meeting, urged DOJ to seize voting machines, former officials say […]

Eric Thayer/Bloomberg via Getty Images, FILE (AUSTIN, Texas) — When she opened the door that one day in April, Sgt. Bishop Evans’ aunt, Felisha Pullen, said she knew instantly that her family’s worst fears had been realized. The 22-year-old Bishop they knew and loved was dead. “The military doesn’t show up without the soldier, if […]

US Marshal’s Service (AUSTIN) — U.S. Marshals found the black Jeep Grand Cherokee registered to Kaitlin Marie Armstrong, the Austin woman suspected of killing professional cyclist Anna Moriah Wilson in May, the law enforcement agency said Thursday. Investigators with the U.S. Marshals Lone Star Fugitive Task Force discovered that Armstrong sold the car to a […]

kali9/Getty Images (ST. MICHAEL, Minn.) — A 30-hour standoff involving Wright County sheriff’s deputies and a suspect carrying a rifle came to end when authorities stormed the home in St. Michael, Minnesota, on Wednesday night. The standoff began after the sheriff’s office received a complaint that a man and woman were verbally arguing and the […]

George Frey/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — Yellowstone National Park reopened three of its five entrances to visitors on Wednesday after unprecedented flooding closed the park on June 13 and reshaped many of its rivers, canyons and roads. The south loop’s Cody, West Yellowstone and Grand Teton/Jackson entrances opened at 8 a.m. on Wednesday. The Madison, Old […]

FILE – AXEL HEIMKEN/DPA/AFP via Getty Images (ATLANTA) — Extreme heat is forcing the Atlanta Zoo to close its gates early on Wednesday and Thursday. The heat index — what temperature it feels like — is forecast to skyrocket Wednesday to 100 degrees in Atlanta. Some animals who call the Atlanta Zoo home may be […]

wsfurlan/Getty Images (LOGAN COUNTY, W. Va.) — Six people reportedly died in a helicopter crash in West Virginia on Wednesday. The Bell UH-1B helicopter crashed by Route 17 in Logan County around 5 p.m., according to the Federal Aviation Administration, which also said six people were on board. Emergency service personnel responded to the scene. […]

KGO-TV (SAN FRANCISCO) — The search continued Thursday for a gunman who shot two people, one fatally, on a packed Muni commuter train in San Francisco on Wednesday, police said. The shooting occurred around 10 a.m. as the light-rail train was moving between stations, according to San Francisco Police Department spokesperson Kathryn Winters. Winters said […]

Drew Angerer/Getty Images, FILE (WASHINGTON) — President Joe Biden’s calls for Congress to pass a gas tax holiday were being met with skepticism Wednesday from both sides of the aisle. In an exclusive interview with ABC News, Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia said he had several concerns with the proposal and signaled he […]

Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images, FILE (UVALDE, Texas) — Hours after Texas Department of Public Safety Director Steven McCraw told a state Senate panel Tuesday that efforts by law enforcement to end the Robb Elementary School mass shooting sooner were an “abject failure,” Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin slammed McCraw and his agency for its lack of […]

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