Two men attacked in DC probed as possible hate crime: cops

Two men in Washington DC were attacked in a potential hate crime by assailants who allegedly used an anti-gay slur and referenced “monkeypox,” authorities said. Metropolitan Police Department said the pair of hateful suspects approached the victims and made derogatory comments “based on their sexual orientation” around 7 pm Sunday. The suspects called the couple … Read more

LA bank exec ID’ed as third killed by lightning strike near White House

A young California bank executive has been identified as the third person killed in a freak caught-on-camera lightning strike near the White House last week. Brooks Lambertson, a 29-year-old Los Angeles-based vice president at City National Bank, was identified by DC police as the third fatality from Thursday night’s strike that also left a fourth … Read more

Democrats suddenly realize open borders are a disaster

Republican border-state governors are sending busloads of illegal entrants — released in their states by the Department of Homeland Security — to DC and New York City, prompting recriminations and pleas for federal cash from the Democratic mayors of those erstwhile immigrant-friendly cities. Those mayors, seemingly unwittingly, are making the governors’ point — that the … Read more

15-year-old boy shot dead at illegal DC festival identified

The 15-year-old boy shot dead at a chaotic Juneteenth concert in Washington, DC, was identified Monday — as police continued to investigate a motive for the shooting that also left three people injured. The teen gunned down in Sunday night’s chaos was identified by cops as Chase Lorenzo Poole. Police found a gun on Poole … Read more

African American White House staffers leaving in mass numbers

More than 20 black White House aides have departed the Biden administration since late last year, an exodus some have dubbed “Blaxit,” according to a new report. While some of the departing staffers have left on good terms to pursue additional career or educational opportunities, others have attributed the turnover to a lack of mentorship … Read more

‘Steele dossier’ firm pushed journalist to spread incorrect Trump-Russia theory: witness

WASHINGTON, DC — Members of the research firm that commissioned the infamous “Steele dossier” met with a journalist to spread an incorrect theory linking Donald Trump and Russia after learning about it from former Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann, a meeting participant testified Wednesday. The testimony from Laura Seago, a former analyst at the … Read more

Hillary, AOC donors among jury pool in ex-Clinton lawyer’s trial

As many as three Hillary Clinton donors—including one who also supported US Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez — are among the prospective jurors for former Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann’s trial. Special counsel John Durham’s team objected to putting one Clinton contributor on the panel after the man said he would “strive for impartiality as best I … Read more

Trump-Russia trial of Hillary Clinton’s ‘Alfa Bank’ lawyer opens

Special Counsel John Durham’s three-year probe into the FBI and Robert Mueller’s investigations of former President Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign will reach a critical moment with Monday’s trial of former Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann. The outcome of the closely watched case in Washington, DC — the first trial to result from Durham’s … Read more

Suspected DC gunman Raymond Spencer posted online during siege

The man identified as a person of interest in Friday’s Washington, DC shooting rampage was making online posts during the siege, according to a report. Raymond Spencer allegedly updated the Wikipedia page for the Edmund Burke School, a prep school across from the apartment building where the sniper’s nest was located, writing, “A gunman shot … Read more