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Actresses Kerry Washington and Eva Mongolia will act as hostesses, with former NBA star Kareem Abdul-Jabbar also scheduled to appear. The segments will include tributes to a UPS driver, a kindergarten teacher and Sandra Lindsey, the first American to receive the COVID-19 vaccine outside a clinical trial.
That clears the way for Newsom to appoint fellow Democrat Alex Padilla, now California’s Secretary of State, to serve the final two years of Harris’ term. The threat of extremist groups descending on state capitals in a series of demonstrations Sunday prompted governors to roll out a massive show of force and implement tight security measures at statehouses across the country.
Fencing, boarded-up windows and lines of police and National Guard troops have transformed statehouse grounds ahead of expected demonstrations leading up to President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration on Wednesday. The stepped-up security measures were intended to safeguard seats of government from the type of violence that occurred at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, when a mob supporting President Donald Trump overran the building while Congress was certifying the Electoral College vote.
Some social media messages had targeted Sunday for demonstrations, though it remained unclear how many people might show up. The six resident who were transferred to community hospitals in Mel fort and Niacin continue to be in good stable condition.
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Security was stepped up in recent days after the FBI warned of the potential for armed protests in Washington and at all 50 state capitol buildings ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday. “I don’t trust the results of the election,” said Michigan protester Martin Slag, a 67-year-old semi-retired window salesman from Dearborn Heights.
He wore a sign around his neck that read, in part, “We will support Joe Biden as our President if you can convince us he won legally. Then the healing can begin.” As the day wore on with no bloodshed around the U.S., a sense of relief spread among officials, though they were not ready to let their guard down.
Washington State Patrol spokesman Chris Lofts said he hoped the apparently peaceful day reflected some soul-searching among Americans. “I would love to say that it’s because we’ve all taken a sober look in the mirror and have decided that we are a more unified people than certain moments in time would indicate,” he said.
The security measures were intended to safeguard seats of government from the type of violence that broke out at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, when far-right Trump supporters galvanized by his false claims that the election had been stolen from him overran the police and bashed their way into the building while Congress was certifying the Electoral College vote. Dozens of courts, election officials and Trump’s own attorney general have all said there was no evidence of widespread fraud in the presidential race.
On Sunday, some statehouses were surrounded by new security fences, their windows were boarded up, and extra officers were on patrol. U.S. defense officials told The Associated Press those troops would be vetted by the FBI to ward off any threat of an insider attack on the inauguration.
The roughly 20 protesters who showed up at Michigan’s Capitol, including some who were armed, were significantly outnumbered by law enforcement officers and members of the media. At the Ohio Statehouse, about two dozen people, including several carrying long guns, protested outside under the watchful eyes of state troopers before dispersing as it began to snow.
Kathy Sherman, who was wearing a visor with “Trump” printed on it, said she supports the president but distanced herself from the mob that breached the U.S. Capitol. “I’m here to support the right to voice a political view or opinion without fear of censorship, harassment or the threat of losing my job or being physically assaulted,” she said.
Mike DeWine, a Republican, said he was pleased with the outcome but stressed that authorities “continue to have concerns for potential violence in the coming days, which is why I intend to maintain security levels at the Statehouse as we approach the presidential inauguration.” Utah's new governor, Republican Spencer Cox, shared photos on his Twitter account showing him with what appeared to be hundreds of National Guard troops and law enforcement officers standing behind him, all wearing masks. Cox called the quiet protests the best -case scenario and said many ” agitating groups” had cancelled their plans for the day.
At Oregon's Capitol, fewer than a dozen men wearing military-style outfits, black ski masks and helmets stood nearby with semiautomatic weapons slung across their bodies. Some had upside-down American flags and signs reading such things as “Disarm the government.” At the Texas Capitol, Ben Hawk walked with about a dozen demonstrators up to the locked gates carrying a bullhorn and an AR-15 rifle hanging at the side of his camouflage pants.
At Nevada's Capitol, where demonstrators supporting Trump have flocked most weekends in recent months, all was quiet except for a lone protester with a sign. More than a third of governors had called out the National Guard to help protect their capitols and assist local law enforcement.
People angry over the death of George Floyd under a Minneapolis police officer's knee vandalized capitols in several states, including Colorado, Ohio, Texas and Wisconsin. Last month, crowds in Oregon forced their way into the Capitol in Salem to protest its closure to the public during a special legislative session on coronavirus measures.
Amid the potential for violence in the coming days, the building's first-floor windows were boarded up and the National Guard was brought in. It breaks my heart.” ___ Associated Press writers Famous Amir in Columbus, Ohio; Gillian Flaccid in Salem, Oregon; Mike Householder and David Expert in Lansing, Michigan; Meg Inward in Columbia, South Carolina; Rachel La Core in Olympia, Washington ; Sam Metz in Carson City, Nevada; Marc Color in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; and Paul Weber in Austin, Texas, contributed to this report.
Played in by a Steven Begin chipped pass, Ndebele used the outside of his boot to lob goalkeeper Aaron Rams dale and the ball landed in the far corner. Begin saw his strike tipped over by Rams dale and Serge Airier headed in from Son Heung-min’s resulting corner.
After Son hit the post, Tottenham eventually got its second in the 40th through Harry Kane's 12th goal of the league campaign. The striker received the ball from Pierre-Emile Homburg, then turned and drilled a low shot into the corner from the edge of the area.
Spurs, who have thrown away 10 points from winning positions this season, might have been feeling nervy, but Ndebele came to rescue with his goal-of-the-season contender. “And again, a very, very basic mistake, 2-1 and the game is open again but a great mentality and an amazing action and incredible goal, but it should be a bigger result.
But an attachment to the National Park Service public gathering permit granted to the group lists more than half a dozen people in staff positions for the event who just weeks earlier had been paid thousands of dollars by Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign. The riot at the Capitol, incited by Trump’s comments before and during his speech at the Ellipse, has led to a reckoning unprecedented in American history.
The president told the crowd to march to the Capitol and that “you’ll never take back our country with weakness. But the political and legal fallout may stretch well beyond Trump, who will exit the White House on Wednesday before Democrat Joe Biden takes the oath of office.
Women for America First, which applied for and received the Park Service permit, did not not respond to messages seeking comment about how the event was financed and about the Trump campaign’s involvement. The AP’s review found at least three of the Trump campaign aides named on the permit rushed to obscure their connections to the demonstration.
Caroline Wren, a veteran GOP fundraiser, is named as a “VIP Advisor” on an attachment to the permit that Women for America First provided to the agency. Between mid-March and mid-November, Donald J. Trump for President Inc. paid Wren $20,000 a month, according to Federal Election Commission records.
Wren retweeted messages about the event ahead of time, but a cache of her account on Google shows at least eight of those tweets disappeared from her timeline. One of the messages Wren retweeted was from “Stop the Steal,” another group identified as a rally participant on a website promoting the event.
The Jan. 2 message thanked Republican senators who said they would vote to overturn Biden’s election victory, including Josh Hawley of Missouri and Ted Cruz of Texas. Wren did not return messages seeking comment, and locked her Twitter account after the AP reached out to her last Monday to ask her about her involvement in the Trump rally and the tweets she had removed.
FEC records show Maggie Juliana was earning $5,000 every two weeks from Trump’s reelection campaign, with the most recent payment reported on November 13. Maggie Juliana retweeted several messages on Jan. 6, including one from the president that urged support for the Capitol Police.
The insurrection at the Capitol prompted Mick Juliana to quit his position as Trump’s special envoy to Northern Ireland. He told CNBC a day after the assault that remaining in the post would prompt people to say “‘Oh yeah, you work for the guy who tried to overtake the government.’” The leaders of Women for America First aren’t new to politics.
Amy Kramer, listed as the group’s president on records filed with Virginia’s state corporation commission, is “one of the founding mothers of the modern day tea party movement,” according to her website. The IRS granted Women for America First tax-exempt status as a social welfare organization a year ago, with the exemption retroactive to February 2019.
In a statement issued the same day rioters attacked the Capitol, Amy Kramer denounced the assault and said it was instigated after the rally by a “handful of bad actors,” while seeming to blame Democrats and news organizations for the riot. “Unfortunately, for months the left and the mainstream media told the American people that violence was an acceptable political tool,” she said.
It is not.” The AP Press reviewed social media posts, voter registrations, court files and other public records for more than 120 people either facing criminal charges related to the Jan. 6 unrest or who, going massless during the pandemic, were later identified through photographs and videos taken during the melee. The review found the crowd was overwhelmingly made up of longtime Trump supporters, including Republican Party officials, GOP political donors, far-right militants, white supremacists, off-duty police, members of the military and adherents of the QAnon myth that the government is secretly controlled by a cabal of Satan-worshiping pedophile cannibals.
A woman from California was shot to death by Capitol Police and three other people died after medical emergencies during the chaos. Trump’s incendiary remarks at the Jan. 6 rally culminated a two-day series of events in Washington, organized by a coalition of the president’s supporters who echoed his baseless accusations that the election had been stolen from him.
Another website, TrumpMarch.com shows a fist-raised Trump pictured on the front of a red, white and blue tour bus emblazoned with the words, “Powered by Women for America First.” The logo for the bedding company “My Pillow” is also prominent. Details of the “DC PROTEST” will be coming soon, it adds, and also lists a series of bus stops between Dec. 27 and Jan. 6 where Trump backers can “Join the caravan or show your support.” Kimberly Fletcher, the Moms for America president, said she wasn’t aware the Trump campaign had a role in the rally at the Ellipse until around New Year's Day.
While she didn’t work directly with the campaign, Fletcher did notice a shift in who was involved in the rally and who would be speaking. The rally on the Ellipse featured a sophisticated sound system and at least three Jumbotron-style screens projecting the president's image to the crowd.
Videos posted online show Trump and his family in a nearby private tent watching the rally on several monitors as music blared in the background. Moms for America held a more modest “Save the Republic” rally on Jan. 5 near the U.S. Capitol, an event that drew about 500 people and cost between $13,000 to $14,000, according to Fletcher.
Tim Uses, the founder and president of Event Strategies, was the “stage manager” for the Jan. 6 rally, according to the permit paperwork. Another person with close ties to the Trump administration, Hannah Salem, was the rally’s “operations manager for logistics and communications,” according to the permit paperwork.
In 2017, she took a hiatus from the consulting firm she founded and spent three years as senior White House press aide, “executing the media strategy for President Trump’s most high-profile events,” according to her company bio and LinkedIn profile. The Regina Police Service is hoping the public can help them solve a robbery investigation after a business in the 2300 block of 9th Avenue North was robbed Saturday afternoon.
The woman had a black toque on with a white mask and a light blue parka with fur on the collar. With many teams, clubs and provincial play downs on ice due to the pandemic, several curling associations have had to get creative in this most unusual season.
Curling Alberta cancelled its championships Jan. 8 but didn't declare representatives for nationals, pending a “decision by the organization’s board of directors.” Curling Canada scrapped that setup for this season only and will instead give wild-card spots to the teams that would have played in the game, based on the 2019-20 final standings.
Kevin Joe was not in the play downs last year since he had an automatic Brier berth as Team Canada. If Curling Alberta goes with an under-the-radar Party pick, it would give the province a worthy representative and allow all three teams to enter rather than just two.
If Party gets the Alberta nod, Botcher and Icemen would secure wild-card spots and Joe would be a virtual lock for the final berth. Boosting Party's case was Nova Scotia's recent decision to give Jill Brothers the Scotties spot based on this season's standings.
Suzanne Bird is a heavy favorite to win the two- team Prince Edward Island championship at the end of the month, but a loss would move her into a wild-card spot at No. Like the men's pick, the third spot is a real guessing game, thanks in part to the uncertain criteria.
19 Casey Heidegger of Alberta, a perennial contender who has played a limited schedule over the last couple of seasons. Jim Justice from proclaiming that the vaccine effort runs counter to preconceived notions about the Mountaineer State.
“Little old West Virginia, that was thought of for hundreds of years, you know, as a place where maybe we were backward or dark or dingy,” Justice said last week. Instead, it turns out that “West Virginia has been the diamond in the rough,” Justice said on CBS’ “Face the Nation” on Sunday.
Rather than relying on national chains, 250 local pharmacists set up clinics in rural communities. A chatty raconteur and former mayor of Ken ova, he can recall generations of patrons frequenting the shop, which is almost unchanged since the 1950s, with a soda fountain and jukebox in the front and prescriptions in the back.
Griffith, 71, began taking over the pharmacy from his father in the early 1990s and was elected to the House of Delegates as a Democrat last year. Holding a vaccination clinic at the town high school, he recalled his uncle telling him he lost four classmates to the 1918 flu pandemic, which killed more than 50 million people worldwide.
When Mark Hayes, a middle school guidance counselor in Ken ova, walked up to receive his first dose, he spotted Griffith, who holds local celebrity status for hosting an extravagant annual Halloween pumpkin-carving party that attracts thousands. Officials also credit a 50-person command center at the state’s National Guard headquarters in the capital of Charleston.
Inside a cavernous hall, leaders of the vaccine operation and state health officials sit between plexiglass dividers to oversee shipments of the precious doses to five hubs. The federal partnership involving both companies would have allowed Washington officials to dictate the terms of nursing home vaccinations, said Marty Wright, the head of the West Virginia Health Care Association, which represents health care companies.
Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Agar praised West Virginia's efforts to vaccinate the elderly. The Griffith & Fall store has had to decline shots for out-of-state customers who caught word of West Virginia's success.
The governor wants in-person learning to resume at as many schools as possible by Tuesday, long before teachers will have received their second vaccine doses. Mitchel Withhold, who leads immunization policy at the American Pharmacists Association, said other governors would be wise to enlist local pharmacies.