As Biden inauguration approaches, federal prisons under full-on lockdown
Federal prisons throughout the country have been placed under full-on lockdown until further notice in the days leading up to the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden and amid nationwide threats of unrest, officials recently announced.
California man allegedly lived in airport for months because he was afraid to fly: report
Authorities in Chicago announced the arrest of a California man they say lived inside O’Hare International Airport for three months because he was afraid to fly due to COVID-19 transmission fears, according to a report.
Tennessee man arrested in connection to Capitol riot thanks to incriminating social media posts
According to charging documents from the Department of Justice, Jack Jesse Griffith, who also uses the name Juan Bibiano on Facebook and the "Liberty Dragon" account on Twitter, has been indentified in incriminating social media posts obtained by the FBI which appear to show Griffith celebrating the breach while inside the Capitol Crypt--the columned, circular space one floor below the Rotunda.
Los Angeles County, known for strict lockdowns, hits 1 million COVID cases
Los Angeles County this weekend surpassed 1 million COVID-19 cases since the start of the pandemic and reported its first case of the more contagious variant that was initially discovered in the United Kingdom last year.
FBI arrest another Tennessee man over Capitol riot selfie, Facebook post decrying Antifa, BLM
The FBI arrested a man in Nashville early Sunday morning after he allegedly posted from his Facebook account decrying Antifa and Black Lives Matter, while celebrating riots at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
Minneapolis salon owner reacts to city officials getting raises: Businesses 'need help'
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and 13 city council members are in line to receive raises this year while the city’s small businesses remain under pressure in the wake of last summer's Black Lives Matter riots and the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.