Civilians could be next target in extremist violence: top NYPD official

A top-ranking New York police official believes right-wing violent extremists also will target civilians going forward, rather than just government and elected officials like last week’s riot at the U.S. Capitol, he said Thursday. John Miller,…

Jacob Blake says he was ready to surrender before being shot

KENOSHA, Wis. – A Black man who was shot in the back by a White police officer in Wisconsin, triggering several nights of violent protests over the summer and leaving…

Delaware man with Confederate flag during Capitol riot is arrested

A man who was caught on camera carrying a Confederate flag while illegally parading through the U.S. Capitol during last week’s deadly riots turned himself Thursday morning, according to federal…

New York man charged in Capitol siege said he considered it a ‘little adventure,’ feds say

An upstate New York man who admitted to being part of the mob at the U.S. Capitol last week told investigators he took pictures in the building during the siege as…

‘Impossible’ to operate: NYC bar owner slams Cuomo’s shifting coronavirus regulations

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo‘s flip-flop on coronavirus lockdowns and regulations “make it impossible for us to operate,” a New York City bar owner told “America’s Newsroom” Thursday. As part of…

Oakland police seize officers’ phones over inflammatory social media posts

California’s Oakland Police Department has taken up to 100 city-owned phones from officers on its Crime Reduction Team while it investigates complaints that some personnel were linked to a social…

Maryland man wearing company ID badge in Capitol arrested, banned from DC

A Maryland man who was photographed inside the U.S. Capitol wearing his company’s ID badge, standing next to the viral horned rioter, turned himself in to authorities Wednesday, and has since been…

Capitol Hill rioter seen climbing down Senate balcony apologizes again

The Idaho man photographed last week climbing down from the Senate balcony during the Capitol Hill riot is once again apologizing for his actions following his release from jail ahead of trial.  Josiah Colt, a…

New Jersey man who witnessed Capitol shooting of Ashli Babbitt arrested

A New Jersey man and former Peace Corps member who said he was standing next to the woman fatally shot during last week’s storming of the U.S. Capitol has been charged in…

NY AG Letitia James to sue for federal oversight of NYPD over protest response

New York Attorney General Letitia James will file a lawsuit Thursday calling for federal oversight of the NYPD in the wake of the department’s use of “excessive enforcement” during the…