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    Art Monk
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    Falls Church, VA
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    Tai Chi, Horology, Skiing
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    Director, Regulatory Affairs

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  1. Rep. Eric Swalwell: I’ve Had Enough With These Marauding Goons In The Marjorie Taylor Greene Crowd Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell said during an interview on MSNBC on Friday that he has “had enough with these marauding goons in the Marjorie Taylor Greene crowd” after he blew up at the QAnon congresswoman’s spokesperson for telling him to remove his mask seconds after he stepped off the House floor, where masks are required. Swalwell reportedly told Greene’s spokesperson Nick Dyer to his face: “You don’t tell me what to ****ing do.” The California Democrat said later he r
  2. Video shows South Carolina deputies repeatedly tasing Black man before he dies in jail Officials in South Carolina on Friday released hours of body-worn camera footage and details about the final hours of the life of Jamal Sutherland, a Black man who died in January after he was pepper-sprayed and electroshocked with a taser in his jail cell. Sutherland, 31, was arrested on Jan. 4 after a "large scale fight" broke out at a psychiatric facility where he was receiving mental health treatment, according to a statement from North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey. He said the c
  3. Oklahoma bucks red-state trend, extends early voting On Election Day last year, state Rep. Jon Echols was mortified to see a 3 1/2-hour line to vote in his district, which stretches from the edge of Oklahoma City’s urban core into suburban neighborhoods that give way to wide stretches of rural land. A nation like the U.S. — with “real, free and fair elections,” Echols said — shouldn’t make people wait so long to participate in democracy. “We should all be humiliated that we had that,” Echols said. He may sound like a voting rights advocate or a D
  4. Lone wolf actors post greatest domestic terror threat, FBI, DHS conclude A joint report released Friday by the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) warns that lone wolf actors pose the greatest terror threat as incidents of domestic extremism steadily rise. “The greatest terrorism threat to the homeland we face today is posed by lone offenders, often radicalized online, who look to attack soft targets with easily accessible weapons. Many of these violent extremists are motivated and inspired by a mix of socio-political goals and personal grievances against
  5. Eye-popping lawsuit portrays GOP lawmaker’s office as a Covid-19 petri dish “Well, I don’t care about you guys getting it.” That’s what Rep. Doug Lamborn (R–Colo.) allegedly told a staffer in October 2020, right after discovering that his Capitol Hill office was turning into a hotbed of Covid-19 infections. It’s one of the many eye-popping accusations in a new lawsuit filed Thursday afternoon in the District Court for the District of Columbia by Brandon Pope, a former Lamborn staffer who says he vocally pushed back on what he called the congressman’s “reckless and dange
  6. So the northern version of the Hatfields and the McCoys: Nine wounded in Providence, Rhode Island, shooting The shooting, which left three with serious injuries, was part of an "ongoing feud" and is thought to be the largest in the city's history, officials said. Nine people were wounded in a shooting Thursday evening in Rhode Island's capital in what police there believe to be the largest shooting in city history. Of the nine, three had serious injuries and were “maybe critical," Providence Police Chief Col. Hugh T. Clements told reporters at the s
  7. US pulls 120 military personnel from Israel, urges Americans not to travel The United States has withdrawn 120 military personnel from Israel and is advising Americans to reconsider any travel plans to the region amid an escalating bloody conflict involving thousands of rocket exchanges and ground troops. News of the personnel removal and the travel advisory came late Thursday, after the Israel Defense Forces announced that it had deployed ground forces near the Gaza Strip four days into a deadly conflict with Hamas and Palestinian militia groups. The US sta
  8. Long Island CVS Worker Caught Trying to Give Out Fraudulent COVID Vaccination Cards Thursday marked the first day that children between the ages of 12 through 17 started getting their COVID-19 vaccinations across the country, with the inoculations offering a shot at a return to normal, pre-pandemic life. And now that the CDC announced that those who have been fully vaccinated no longer have to wear face masks or socially distance in most indoor settings, vaccination cards represent a ticket to freedom, allowing those who have them access to sporting events, concerts and
  9. Woman Bursts Into Flames After Rolling Car Full Of Hoarded Gas A South Carolina woman found herself on fire after rolling a Pontiac G6 during short a police chase. The hoard of gasoline in back exploded, setting both the car and its driver alight. On May 13, a Pickens County, South Carolina, Sheriff’s Office deputy attempted to pull over a 2007 Pontiac G6 after noticing the plates mounted on the car were apparently stolen, reports the Pickens County Sheriff’s Office. The driver, a 28-year-old South Carolina woman, hit the gas instead. She lost control and flipped the ca
  10. 3 major reasons why the Super Blood Moon Eclipse on May 26 will be a very big deal It’s almost time for another “Blood Moon” eclipse in North America—the first for over two years! “Blood Moon 2021,” a total lunar eclipse, will occur in the early hours of May 26, 2021 and be visible to some—but not all—of North America. A total lunar eclipse, during which observers see a red Moon, can only occur at full Moon. The full Moon in May 2021 is called the “Flower Moon,” simply for the time of year it occurs in the northern hemisphere. So why is the event being trail
  11. Mississippi man must serve life sentence for 1.5 ounces of marijuana Allen Russel, a 38-year-old Black man, will still serve a life sentence for possession of marijuana after a Mississippi Appeals Court upheld his sentence. Under Mississippi state law, the possession of 1.05 to 8.8 ounces of marijuana can hold a sentence of up to three years, a $3,000 fine, or both, according to the Associated Press. Russell was reportedly in possession of five bags of marijuana when he was arrested in 2017, and two of the five bags contained 1.5 ounces. Russel
  12. Solamente uno? Tenemos muchas aqui. Creo que corté algunos cuando corté el césped hoy.
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