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California boy, 12, missing after being swept into the Pacific Ocean, search suspended: report

Officials have suspended a search for a California boy who was swept into the Pacific Ocean on Monday at a beach in San Mateo County, according to a report. 

Adam Johnson, man seen carrying Nancy Pelosi's lectern during Capitol riot appears in court

The man photographed carrying Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s lectern appeared virtually in federal court Tuesday and after being charged on three criminal counts found himself to be a little more free than he was last week.

Florida restaurant manager calls boy saved from 'abusive' parents 'hero'

The Florida restaurant manager who saved an 11-year-old boy from an abusive home with a secret note said "I did what I had to do - he is the hero."

‘Tiger King’ star Joe Exotic books stretch limousine, expecting pardon from President Trump

There was a stretch limousine idling in a Texas parking lot Tuesday night as “Tiger King” star Joe Exotic sat in prison hoping for a last-minute pardon from President Trump, according to local reports.

Capitol photos, videos lead to California doctor’s arrest

A Beverly Hills doctor who has criticized the coronavirus vaccine was arrested Monday in connection with her alleged role storming the U.S. Capitol earlier this month, authorities said.

Some schools won't show inauguration in classrooms over concerns of potential violence

Some schools are electing to forgo live-streaming President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration ceremony on Wednesday over concerns of potential violence that could be broadcast to students. 

Man accused of hanging from Senate balcony appears in court

A man who was captured in a photograph that appeared to show him hanging from the Senate balcony during the U.S. Capitol riots on Jan. 6 appeared in court Tuesday. 

Two Virginia Police officers charged in connection with Capitol riots appear in federal court

Two Virginia police officers accused of making off-duty appearances at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 were ordered to give up their firearms by a federal judge Tuesday.