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Inside The Latest Protest Against Vaccine Coercion At The Nation’s Capital

Thousands from across the world gathered in the U.S. capital to protest the Covid-19 vaccination mandates recently put in place in cities across the country, most prominently last week in Washington, D.C., in an event called “Defeat the Mandates: An American Homecoming.” Protesters marched from the Washington Monument to the Lincoln Memorial, where they heard speeches and music, all encouraging…

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D.C. 911 Dispatch Faces Staffing Crisis Amid Surging Violent Crime Spree

Washington D.C.’s 911 center is faced with a severe staffing shortage as violent crime surges in the nation’s capital. Last week, only 50 percent staff availability led the emergency agency’s interim director, Cleo Subido, to implement mandatory overtime, as first reported by STATter911. “We are committed to following the rules and being transparent about it,” Subido wrote to employees. “Anything…

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Underage ‘Joyrides’ Skyrocket In Washington, D.C.

New data from the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) shows a spike in underage carjackings, several months after the murder of an UberEats driver made national headlines. There have been more than 1,500 motor vehicle thefts reported as of June 23. This represents a 30 percent increase from the entire year of 2020, in which there were about 1,200…

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Hunter Biden Bragged About Smoking Crack With Former D.C. Mayor Marion Barry

President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, bragged about smoking crack with former Washington D.C. Mayor Marion Barry in a recording published by the Daily Mail on Friday. “You know what, I actually smoked crack with Marion Barry, I swear to f***ng god,’” Hunter is heard on the recording in a 2019 conversation with an unnamed friend. Hunter, now 51, said he…

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