Washington Gov. Jay Inslee sued by dozens of state employees over vaccine mandate religious provision

Fox News Flash top headlines for September 13 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com. Dozens of State Patrol troopers, firefighters and other state employees have filed a lawsuit against Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, a Democrat, for his COVID-19 vaccine mandate, alleging he is overstepping his authority and violating… Continue reading Washington Gov. Jay Inslee sued by dozens of state employees over vaccine mandate religious provision

Washington allocated $46 billion to help prevent an eviction crisis. What went wrong?

When the first wave of coronavirus spread across the country in the spring of 2020, it ravaged the economy, pushing millions of low-income tenants to the brink of eviction. Over the next year, Congress responded with a series of relief packages that included a $46.5 billion fund for emergency rental assistance. But the promise of… Continue reading Washington allocated $46 billion to help prevent an eviction crisis. What went wrong?

Washington, DC, police search for suspects after shooting leaves 3 dead, 3 wounded

Fox News Flash top headlines for Sept. 4 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on FoxNews.com. Police in Washington, D.C. were searching for suspects after a Saturday evening shooting that left three people dead and two others wounded in the northwest part of the city, according to reports.  The three… Continue reading Washington, DC, police search for suspects after shooting leaves 3 dead, 3 wounded

Intel Shows Extremists Plan To Attend Capitol Rally Later This Month

WASHINGTON (AP) — Far right extremist groups like the Proud Boys and Oath Keepers are planning to attend a rally later this month at the U.S. Capitol that is designed to demand “justice” for the hundreds of people who have been charged in connection with January’s insurrection, according to three people familiar with intelligence gathered… Continue reading Intel Shows Extremists Plan To Attend Capitol Rally Later This Month

VIDEO: Fox steals Washington woman's sandals from her doorstep

Fashionista fox! Sneaky animal is caught on CCTV stealing a pair of sandals from woman’s front doorstep Sajan Mohammed of Potomac, Maryland, was reviewing CCTV footage at home His wife complained about someone stealing her sandals from outside the door Mr Mohammed scrolled through the footage when he identified the suspect One expect said foxes… Continue reading VIDEO: Fox steals Washington woman's sandals from her doorstep

Jeep Is the Next Washington Redskins

The Washington Football Team, the NFL team based in the nation’s capital, was called the Washington Redskins from 1932 until 2020. The Indian head logo has disappeared from the team’s helmets. The organization was pressured for several years to drop its longtime name. Many critics made the point the team had waited too long and… Continue reading Jeep Is the Next Washington Redskins

Gutfeld on the Washington Post saying Trump shouldn't have a presidential library

Gutfeld on The Washington Post saying Trump shouldn’t have a presidential library ‘The Five’ co-host relives four years of Trump smears by mainstream media The Washington Post has made a surprising suggestion — Donald Trump deserves no presidential library. I could list the reasons why, or you could just look them up in Trump’s presidential library…but,… Continue reading Gutfeld on the Washington Post saying Trump shouldn't have a presidential library

Three National Guard Members Recall Rushing to Duty After D.C. Riot

Brandie Santana’s phone rang in the evening after she finished her shift as a hospice nurse at Cavalry Hospital in the Bronx. Television news was still showing images of rioting that day at the U.S. Capitol, some 225 miles away, and she realized what was coming. “I pretty much knew we were going to get… Continue reading Three National Guard Members Recall Rushing to Duty After D.C. Riot

Soldiers Flow Into Capitol in Scene That Recalls Civil War

Soldiers took up positions in the U.S. Capitol in a scene reminiscent of Civil War deployments as Washington braced for the inauguration of a new president and a vote to impeach the current one. With more than 20,000 National Guard units summoned, the Capitol and its park-like campus resembled an armed camp, with rifle-bearing soldiers… Continue reading Soldiers Flow Into Capitol in Scene That Recalls Civil War

Psychedelic Schools for ‘Shamans’ Are Popping Up Like Mushrooms

Want to live richly in the year ahead? Sign up here for our newsletter featuring the best of Bloomberg Pursuits, delivered weekly. Even before Oregon and Washington, D.C., decriminalized medical psilocybin, the active ingredient in “magic mushrooms,” in November, a market was emerging for schools that teach mental and medical health professionals how to use psychedelics in… Continue reading Psychedelic Schools for ‘Shamans’ Are Popping Up Like Mushrooms

Trump’s Role in Capitol Riot May Figure in Criminal Probe

The U.S. charged 55 people with crimes stemming from the siege of the U.S. Capitol and President Donald Trump’s actions ahead of the riot may be investigated by federal prosecutors. Asked whether the U.S. Attorney’s office would scrutinize the president’s role in inciting the storming of the Capitol, Michael Sherwin, the acting U.S. Attorney in… Continue reading Trump’s Role in Capitol Riot May Figure in Criminal Probe

Project Veritas Leader Overheard on Amtrak Talking Strategy

James O’Keefe is the face and chief executive officer of the activist organization known as Project Veritas. He specializes in undercover audio recordings or videos that seek to reveal supposed dishonesty or corruption, usually by Democrats or organizations perceived to be liberal. His critics say his methods are deceitful and that his group peddles disinformation.… Continue reading Project Veritas Leader Overheard on Amtrak Talking Strategy

Security Being Beefed Up for Biden Inauguration After Riot

Authorities plan to erect a temporary fence around the Capitol for President-elect Joe Biden’s inaugural ceremony, and beef up security for the event in general after a mob of Trump supporters was able to storm the building. The Pentagon will deploy more than 5,000 National Guard troops from several states to Washington to stay through… Continue reading Security Being Beefed Up for Biden Inauguration After Riot

Georgia Election Official Avoids Ex-Klansman Amid Safety Concern

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger on Wednesday avoided an encounter with a former Ku Klux Klan member who showed up looking for him at the Atlanta statehouse. Armed militias were demonstrating there at the same time protesters were storming the U.S. Capitol in Washington. Chester Doles, a former KKK member who heads a far-right… Continue reading Georgia Election Official Avoids Ex-Klansman Amid Safety Concern

U.S., Taiwan Sign Pact to Hold Annual Economic Talks for 5 Years

The U.S. and Taiwan signed a pact to establish annual economic talks for five years despite objections by China to Washington’s support for Taipei. The memorandum of understanding was signed after an inaugural round of economic talks in Washington on Friday. Future discussions will alternate between the U.S. and Taipei, Brent Christensen, director of the… Continue reading U.S., Taiwan Sign Pact to Hold Annual Economic Talks for 5 Years

Washington governor bans Thanksgiving gatherings, announces new COVID business restrictions

Trump admin getting coronavirus vaccine in months is ‘incredible achievement’: Steve Forbes Forbes Media Chairman Steve Forbes shares his thoughts on President Trump’s handling of the coronavirus vaccine and the state of the economy. Washington Gov. Jay Inslee will implement new sweeping restrictions on businesses and activities as the state reported over 2,000 cases a… Continue reading Washington governor bans Thanksgiving gatherings, announces new COVID business restrictions

Washington state National Guard, authorities prep for election-related unrest: Report

Seattle businesses rocked by protests, pandemic and crime City officials respond to surge in violence by cutting police force; Dan Springer reports on ‘The Daily Briefing’ Authorities in Washington state are preparing for the possibility of civil unrest that could arise around Election Day following months of tense protests, according to a report Sunday. The… Continue reading Washington state National Guard, authorities prep for election-related unrest: Report

Postal Police Warn Limits on Probes Threaten Election Integrity

The union representing the U.S. Postal Service’s police force asked a federal judge to block a new rule that limits police to investigating mail theft only when it occurs on postal property. The rule, issued by the Postal Service in late August, “threatens the integrity of the mails” on the eve of an election that… Continue reading Postal Police Warn Limits on Probes Threaten Election Integrity

Stimulus Stalemate Lingers as Senate Returns to Washington

The Senate returns to Washington Tuesday with the Trump administration and Democrats no closer to agreement on a new virus relief package than they were when talks broke off in early August — despite the pressure of the U.S. election in 56 days. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will try to break the logjam this week… Continue reading Stimulus Stalemate Lingers as Senate Returns to Washington

Washington state sets aside $40M in coronavirus relief for workers in US illegally

Fox News Flash top headlines for August 12 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com. Seattle residents and Washingtonians applied for relief funds as the coronavirus pandemic diminished their incomes and savings. But for the state's undocumented workers, that wasn't an option. After months of pressure from immigration activists… Continue reading Washington state sets aside $40M in coronavirus relief for workers in US illegally

Boeing Faces Financial Drag From Dozens of Undelivered 787 Jets

Boeing Co. is running out of space to stash newly-built 787 Dreamliners, with jetliners seemingly tucked onto every available patch of pavement on airfields near its factories in Washington and South Carolina. Dozens of the planes are sitting on the company’s premises, according to people familiar with the situation. Uresh Sheth, a much-followed blogger who… Continue reading Boeing Faces Financial Drag From Dozens of Undelivered 787 Jets

Holiday Demos Back to D.C.; Indians to Review Name: Protest Wrap

Protests are planned for President Donald Trump’s second July 4th celebration, a fireworks show and military flyover in Washington. A focus was reported to be the Emancipation Memorial, which depicts Abraham Lincoln with a freed slave crouched at his feet. Protesters have called for its removal, and it has been fenced off to avoid attacks… Continue reading Holiday Demos Back to D.C.; Indians to Review Name: Protest Wrap

California Leaders Agree on Budget Counting on Washington Rescue

The budget agreement struck between California Governor Gavin Newsom and lawmakers counts on the federal government to provide additional funds to fill a yawning coronavirus deficit, a compromise from his plan to slash spending first and fill in those cuts only after Washington comes to the rescue, according to a person familiar with the deal.… Continue reading California Leaders Agree on Budget Counting on Washington Rescue

AP: China Hid Coronavirus’ Severity to Hoard Supplies, Per Report

Sign up here for our daily coronavirus newsletter on what you need to know, and subscribe to our Covid-19 podcast for the latest news and analysis. Washington (AP) — U.S. officials believe China covered up the extent of the coronavirus outbreak — and how contagious the disease is — to stock up on medical supplies… Continue reading AP: China Hid Coronavirus’ Severity to Hoard Supplies, Per Report